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Hollowfaust: City of Necromancers

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Lords of the Dead

A sourcebook for any fantasy campaign, both the Scarred Lands and elsewhere.

In the shadow of a dormant volcano crouched the dead city of Sumara. Wandering necromancers rediscovered it in the wake of the Divine War, and from the bones of that slain nation, the wizards fashioned a new realm: Hollowfaust, City of the Necromancers. Today, this city-state grows and prospers, defended by legions of undead warriors and ruled by a secret society of powerful spellcasters. On the surface, there exists a curious culture that embraces both the joy of life and the inevitability of death, but deep below, in tunnels beneath the city, the necromancers delve into the secrets of mortality and the undead. Welcome, then, to Hollowfaust — one of the strangest cities in all of Ghelspad. Enjoy your visit. And don't die.

This Sword & Sorcery™ book is published under the Open Game License and is 100% compatible with 3rd Edition rules and the d20 System.

 
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Sean M March 17, 2018 2:40 am UTC
Is this PDF an exact page for page copy, or has it been error corrected for typesetting errors from the print version? Page 108 is for example a terrible mix-up with spell descriptions being scrambled for the three spells listed on the page.
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Pages
128
ISBN
1-58846-163-7
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51 MB
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January 03, 2006
This title was added to our catalog on January 03, 2006.