Bestiary of Krynn

Bestiary of Krynn
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Series: Sourcebooks, Book 3
Genre: Gaming Books
Tags: d20, Age of Mortals Era
Publisher: Margaret Weis Productions
Publication Year: Apr 26, 2004
Length: 156 pages
ISBN: 1931567298
Creatures of Krynn From Across the Ages. Creatures great and terrible have ravaged the lands of Ansalon and beyond through the five ages of the world. Some are familiar, creatures that one might easily encounter should the journey go into the wild. Others are mysterious, unknown…
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Creatures of Krynn From Across the Ages

Creatures great and terrible have ravaged the lands of Ansalon and beyond through the five ages of the world. Some are familiar, creatures that one might easily encounter should the journey go into the wild. Others are mysterious, unknown threats that lurk in the shadows or hide behind magical camouflage.

The Bestiary of Krynn is a resource for games set in the world of Dragonlance. It is a collection of creatures, ranging from the terrifying fire dragons of Chaos to the tiny, dagger-like Feeders. Contained within these pages are a mix of foes, both old and new, challenges for adventuring parties of any level. Each entry has descriptions and game statistics useful for those who plan adventures carefully as well as those who prefer to think on their feet. All game information is fully compatible with the revised edition of the d20 System rules.

How do nobles of Palanthas feel about a vapor draconian mystic? Players interested in monstrous characters will find a full range of options in this volume, while new rules for acceptance in civilized lands will ensure that life never gets dull for powerful, nonstandard characters. The rest of the book will make sure that adventures never get dull—for anyone!

Additional Information

Catalog #: SVP-4405
Print Edition: 2nd
Timeline: 422 AC (39 SC)

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