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None so Vile - Disciples of Darkness I: Ravenous of Agramogg $3.75 $1.50
Publisher: Blackdirge Publishing
by Sean H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 08/27/2006 00:00:00
None So Vile - Disciplines of Darkness I: The Ravenous of Agramogg by Black Dirge Publishing / Skeleton Key Games presents a new D20 Prestige Class, the Ravenous of Agramogg.

The Ravenous of Agramogg are introduced with a page and a half of fiction, showing one of the Ravenous at his worst (or best). Not the greatest piece of game fiction but it gets the point across. The Ravenous of Agramogg is a cleric or cleric/fighter-based prestige class, a servant of a dark power, Agramogg, who draws power from the sacrifice and consumption of victims. The Ravenous of Agramogg must eat sentient being to maintain their strength and as a symbol of their devotion.

The Ravenous of Agramogg gains power from its consumption of flesh, sentient and otherwise, becoming ever more bloated with dark power. They gain additional spell casting at every other level, and their body becomes progressively larger, stronger and protected by layers of fat (providing natural armor), lastly their teeth and jaws become huge and dangerous weapons. A few other minor power round out the class. Although this is a clerical PrC, a jump to d10 HD from d8 might have been justified as well.

Advice of the role of Ravenous of Agramogg in a game world and how they can best be played is provided for a DM. Along with an example Ravenous of Agramogg, Isked Doomtongue, a duregar Cleric/Ravenous of Agramogg is present along with full background and personality. As is the dark power, Agramogg the Devourer, himself.

A well-constructed product, though the Ravenous of Agramogg seem a little two-dimension, there are certainly horrific. The product should be avoided by any who do not wish to incorporate cannibalism (even for villains) into their campaign.

QUALITY: Acceptable

VALUE: Satisfied


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