The Complete Book of Eldritch Might is an excellent toolbox for any D&D campaign. New spells, creatures and items are just the tip of the iceberg really. The variant of the Bard, along with the Song Mage and most importantly the Knight of the Chord Prestige classes, makes for an awesome variation of the Core concept: some players will love it, others will hate it. The variant sorcerer is excellent, much more focussed and effective than its D&D counterpart, I think. Some DMs may not appreciate. Soul magic is a very flavorful DM tool that will leave more than one player puzzled during the game. The rules for intelligent items are greatly welcome at my game table. The Nexus presents nice locations one can use in a campaign or not, give or take. Overall, I see little that would dissatisfy DMs of D&D. A great resource: 5 stars.
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