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Races of Destiny (Dungeons & Dragons Supplement)

Races of Destiny Dungeons Dragons Supplement A new sourcebook detailing humans half breeds and exotic almost human races for the DD game Races of Destiny provides Dungeons Dragons players with an in depth look at humans half orcs half elves

  • Title: Races of Destiny (Dungeons & Dragons Supplement)
  • Author: David Noonan Aaron Rosenberg Eric Cagle
  • ISBN: 9780786936533
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A new sourcebook detailing humans, half breeds, and exotic almost human races for the DD game.Races of Destiny provides Dungeons Dragons players with an in depth look at humans, half orcs, half elves, and other almost human exotic races that populate the DD world Often strange or bizarre than completely distinct races, these half races showcase theA new sourcebook detailing humans, half breeds, and exotic almost human races for the DD game.Races of Destiny provides Dungeons Dragons players with an in depth look at humans, half orcs, half elves, and other almost human exotic races that populate the DD world Often strange or bizarre than completely distinct races, these half races showcase the unusual combinations of abilities and cultures possible in a fantasy setting This sourcebook includes brand new races, new rules, feats, spells, and magic items attuned to each race The book contains material for players and DMs alike, including new prestige classes, rules for interaction between races, and a wealth of cultural information.

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      Posted by:David Noonan Aaron Rosenberg Eric Cagle
      Published :2018-06-02T14:29:06+00:00

    1 thought on “Races of Destiny (Dungeons & Dragons Supplement)

    1. Not much meaty crunchy content in this sourcebook, mostly fluff; and even then not much flavour either.Humans, half-elves, half-orcs, and the new illumians are the focus this book on "Destiny" races. There's really not much on destiny though. While trying to cover human civilisation and its variety is a difficult task, I would've expected some attempt at detailing how different cultures evolve, not what appears to be a generic look at western civilisation. At least it managed to avoid real world [...]

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