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    Scarred Lands Campaign Setting: Ghelspad
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    Scarred Lands Campaign Setting: Ghelspad
    Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
    by Jason C. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 10/17/2020 16:37:16

    The second best feature of the Scarred Lands was, as it was in Planescape, was the incorporation of the alignment into the cosmic setup of the world. Rather than being a dumb 9th grader's idea of what morals and ethics might be, instead, alignment became the embodied will of cosmic entities - the gods, in Ghelspad.

    The best feature, of course, is that Ghelsad desperately needs heroes exactly of the sort D&D is set up to deliver. No matter where you go, the cosmic conflicts of the Scarred Lands cause suffering and injustice, which heavily armored magical superheroes can repair. This book is a comprehensive look at Ghelspad as an adventure setting, combining exploratory culture and ancient treasures. It's everything you want D&D to be.

    [4 of 5 Stars!]
    Scarred Lands Campaign Setting: Ghelspad
    Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
    by Allen H. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 12/27/2005 17:22:24

    Thus far the book seems good. Lots of information for a setting, which is what I like. Creative, as well. Low on rules, also a high point for me when campaign settings are concerned. My only concern is the scan of the main map of the continent. The scale is unreadable (invisible) at any level of magnification.

    [5 of 5 Stars!]
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