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Fantasy
Author: Timothy Brown,James A. Ward
ISBN: 0971959811
Subcategory: Gaming
Pages 224 pages
Publisher Fast Forward (January 1, 2002)
Language English
Category: Fantasy
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 296
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eBook Green Races: A Monstrous Campaign Setting (D20 System) download

by Timothy Brown,James A. Ward


Dark Sun: Campaign Setting (Advanced Dungeons . Green Races by Timothy Brown and James A. Ward (2002).

Green Races by Timothy Brown and James A. Advanced Dungeons & Dragons : Dark Sun, The Wanderer's Journal by Troy Denning and Timothy B. Brown (1991).

This is a d20 System campaign setting where monstrous races vie for power and control of its many dungeons, ruins, caverns, and lairs. Fifteen unique Green Races factions - goblins, ogres, gnolls, trolls, and more - are fully described with background, exciting new prestige classes, armies, and a dungeon ar lair to protect. Shipping: US$ . 7 Within . Destination, rates & speeds. ISBN 10: 0971959811 ISBN 13: 9780971959811.

Find nearly any book by James A. Ward. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. J. Edgar Thomson: Master of the Pennsylvania (Contributions in Economics and Economic History ; No. 33). by James A. Ward III. ISBN 9780313220951 (978-0-313-22095-1) Hardcover, Praeger, 1980.

Timothy Brown, James A. Ward

This is a d20 System campaign setting where monstrous races vie for power and. Timothy Brown, James A. This is a d20 System campaign setting where monstrous races vie for power and control of its many dungeons, ruins, caverns, and lairs.

Green Races is a d20 System campaign setting where monstrous races vie for power and control of its many .

Green Races is a d20 System campaign setting where monstrous races vie for power and control of its many dungeons, ruins, caverns and lairs. A monstrous world that thrives on trechery and greed!" "Monsters prey upon monsters, where humans, elves and dwarves fear to tread!" "Green Races is a d20 System campaign setting where monstrous races vie for power and control of its many dungeons, ruins, caverns and lairs.

Timothy B. Brown is a game designer, primarily of role-playing games. Dark Sun is an original Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) campaign setting set in the fictional, post-apocalyptic desert world of Athas. Dark Sun featured an innovative metaplot, influential art work, dark themes, and a genre-bending take on traditional fantasy role-playing.

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A monstrous world that thrives on treachery and greed! . The lands of the Green Races teem with other creatures aligned with none of them. Green Races is a d20 System campaign setting where monstrous races vie for power and control of its many dungeons, ruins, caverns, and lairs.

A monstrous world that thrives on treachery and greed! Monsters prey upon monsters where humans, elves, and dwarves fear to tread! . Fire and stone giants live in the mountains, and the swampfolk pretty much keep to themselves. Fiften unique Green Races factions - goblins, ogres, gnolls, trolls, and more - are fully described with background, exciting new prestige classes, armies, and a dungeon or lair to protect.

From new magical items to dangerous locales, this book has everything you need to build adventures for years to come!

From new magical items to dangerous locales, this book has everything you need to build adventures for years to come! Hardcover, 8 1/2-in, x 11-in. Dungeons & Dragons novels. Dark Knight of Karameikos (1995). In his 1991 book Heroic Worlds, Lawrence Schick calls the adventure "a classic illogical "gilded hole" dungeon". TSR used the module coding system on modules for several of non-Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying games including modules for Marvel Super-Heroes and the Conan Role-Playing Game. The module code was de-emphasised in the late 1980s, which saw the campaign setting logo become a main feature of the cover.

This is a d20 System campaign setting where monstrous races vie for power and control of its many dungeons, ruins, caverns, and lairs. Fifteen unique Green Races factions - goblins, ogres, gnolls, trolls, and more - are fully described with background, exciting new prestige classes, armies, and a dungeon ar lair to protect.
Carrot
Great book, well produced.
Nuadora
fun! more evolved and involved version of a 2nd ed. D+D accessory.
Anaginn
I love this book--but for a very specific reason that's specific to me. See there's a game called Dungeon World that's like a quick indy roleplaying take on Dungeons & Dragons style fantasy. There's another game, also called Dungeon World, that's completely unrelated that I fell in love with back when I worked at a game store and used to thumb through all the generic third party 3rd edition D&D style books.

Dungeon World is a massive realm, perhaps infinite, that is entirely dungeon--twisting bone staircases, niches with gargoyles, fonts of magical fluids. There is no outer world beyond. As far as anyone knows there is no sky, no grass, no sun, just the crackle of torches and dripping of water. It is ruled by the mysterious Caretakers. Some folks are born here, peoples of every race civilized and monstrous, though it drives most of them mad. To keep sane they try to build communities and cling to each other and the necessities of life. Others get transported in by the Caretakers, mostly individuals, but sometimes whole cities at a time. From where?

Well that's where this book comes in. It details the world on the "other side" from Dungeon World. And for that I love it an unreasonable amount. It's not a great book--it may not even be a particularly good book, but it took me a long time to hunt it down and I prize the answers it contains.