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City of the Orcs - Skraag

Produkttyp: Quellenmaterial ¸ Buch für [D20-System]

Sprache: Englisch

Verlag: Mongoose Publishing [HP]

Preis: unbekannt

Erstveröffentlichung: 2002

Rezension: keine vorhanden

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Schonmal durch eine Ork-Stadt gewandert? Noch nicht? ... 'Skraag - City of the Orcs' von Mongoose Publishing ist eine Stadtbeschreibung einer Ansiedlung¸ in der 20.000 Orks leben. Ein D20-kompatibles Buch - Preis ist noch nicht bekannt.

Over 20¸000 orcs¸ crowded together within their own city¸ and hating all life but their own - Skraag heralds a new series from Mongoose Publishing¸ Cities of Fantasy. Designed for Games Masters to simply 'drop' anywhere in their campaigns¸ each 64 page Cities of Fantasy book fully details an entire city¸ the like of which has never been seen before. Skraag - City of the Orcs goes into exhaustive detail covering the first city¸ fully exploring the history¸ befliefs and society of a huge number of orcs¸ as well as the impact they may havde on existing campaigns.

Skraag - City of the Orcs begins a series that brings whole cities to life in a way never before seen in fantasy role-playing. Going far beyond the regular medieval-type settings¸ Cities of Fantasy explores the ultimate limits of what is possible in the campaigns worlds of the d20 system. Based on one of the most popular fantasy races of all time¸ Skraag - City of the Orcs is a sure fire hit with role-players looking for a new way to present an old monster. Backed up with full colour¸ full page advertising in Dragon¸ as well as Mongoose publishing's growing good reputation¸ the start of this new series is bound to catch the attention of the gaming public.

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