This is an expansion of the Monster Manual with some added prestige classes. I'm not a fan of the MM's interpretation of were nature so this book didn't do it for me. For those that do like that version then this would probably be an excellent book to get as it covers a lot of background culture to round out a character. I marked this book down for personal preference - not for actual content.
Finally a lycanthrope template that recognises an animal's natural actions! Wolves are pack animals so why are werewolves solo? Bears can be grumpy and dangerous especially if you get between them and food - so look out Goldilocks. And similar interpretations for other weres. This book takes a bit of work and thinking but is much more in line with non villainous roles for weres. Designed for D&D 3.5 but that is fine with me as I don't like the 4th edition.
It took me a while to see this product properly but (once I realised what the plans showed) it will have regular use in the future. The artwork is excellent and the suggestions for alternate uses are very handy. Another great product from Ki Ryn.
Another excellent product from Ki Ryn. I love the detail and ease of use in these products. The only complaint that I have (and probably because I'm female) is that the number of bathrooms appears to be rather small. I've been in the Air Force and we were encouraged to maintain hygiene standards. That's difficult if you're sharing a small number of showers with a large number of people. But that is a small peeve against the rest of the product.
I love these deckplans because they are so vivid and easy to use. And they look like real spaceships - not like blocks of rooms stuck together. These ships are aerodynamic and appear possible to actually land on planets rather than orbit around them. For a small team that is more useable.