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Behold the Ultimate Tome of Koboldic Lore!

Long have they been abused, misused, and underappreciated. Now, from the depths of the underdark, they come. They come with their weapons. Their magic. Their mastery. They come to take their rightful place among the races of the surface world. I have bore witness to their unholy wrath. Beware! You will not hear them coming. You will not see them coming. But make no mistake...they will see you!
From the Introduction by Simon

Simon's hysterics aside, the Koboldnomicon seeks to offer players the ultimate tome of koboldic lore. Complete with new sub-races, prestige classes, a kobold pantheon, new spells, traps, magic items, bio-weapons (?) and more, this book will provide everything you need to turn the typical mundane kobold into a force to be reckoned with.

Besides the fun of exploring new classes like the Kobold Vermin Kin or destroying enemies with Wikanby's Dragon Bolt, take a moment to relax and enjoy the soothing lyrics of KOBOLD POETRY and a little fiction as well.

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August 8th, 2007
This is a hefty collection of all sorts of kobold silliness. Equal parts fluff and crunch, this book gives plenty of options for a kobold as a player character. The sub-races have a much better survivability than the base kobold, and the Dragonmarked [...]
Peter I. [Featured Reviewer]
September 20th, 2006
The Koboldnomicon is a 64 page pdf product that expands on the lore, knowledge and applicability of the lowly kobold in the fantasy d20 game. It claims to be the ultimate tome of kobold lore, and aims to provide players and DMs alike with a plethora of [...]
Nathan C. [Featured Reviewer]
July 31st, 2006
I will never know the faciniation we gamers have with Kobolds. It seems that just about every gamer has a story regarding a Kobold. There?s the one about the Kobold assault, or the one about the Kobold thief or the one about the time that blind half-or [...]
Derek K. [Featured Reviewer]
July 28th, 2006
Kobolds can either be a lot of fun or a huge annoyance; Bards and Sages? ?Koboldnomicon? seems to try hard to land in the ?lot of fun? camp. This 64-page sourcebook presents variant kobold subraces, spells, feats, weapons and even a kobold-handful of [...]
Andrew B. [Featured Reviewer]
July 26th, 2006
The Koboldnomicon is either a dread tome of unspeakable secrets, penned in blood by a yipping and yapping monk from an eastern land?or a somewhat tongue-in-cheek sourcebook of all things kobold. Based on the feats, spells, and prestige classes, I?m lea [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on July 25, 2006.