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Maztica Campaign Set

Produkttyp: Quellenmaterial ¸ Box für [Forgotten Realms] / Vergessene Reiche

Sprache: Englisch

Verlag: TSR * [HP]

Preis: unbekannt

Preis: 0 Euro (ca. Preis, unverbindlich, ggf. gerundet)

Erstveröffentlichung: 1991/2000

Rezension: keine vorhanden

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Boxed Set auf Basis der Romanserie Ironhelm¸ Viperhand und Feathered Dragon¸ die sich an einem aztekisch-mayanischen Vorbild orientiert

Enter the True World. Marvel at the jungles lush greenery¸ the deserts shimmering sands¸ the birds jewel-toned plumage¸ the peoples gentle demeanor. Beware¸ though¸ the dark side of this beauty: the gods of this place are very much alive¸ and their troubles are the peoples troubles.
Set in the countries first described in the Maztica trilogy of novels¸ this campaign set provides players and DMs with all the information necessary to recreate the storyline of Ironhelm¸ Viperhand¸ and Feathered Dragon¸ or to build a campaign of their own. Four new character classes¸ Eagle Knights¸ Jaguar Knights¸ plumaweavers¸ and hishnashapers¸ add to the mystique of Maztica. New magical spells and items¸ new deities¸ new proficiencies all add to the flavor of this setting loosely based on the Aztecs and Mayans of Central America.
This boxed campaign set includes:
* A Journey to the True World¸ a 96-page players book;
* Maztica Alive!¸ a 64-page DMs book;
* Gods and Battles¸ a 32-page book containing * BATTLESYSTEM rules statistics for the Golden Legion and various Maztican armies¸ and profiles of the Maztican pantheon;
* Four poster-size maps showing the True World and Cordells voyage from the Sword Coast to Mazticas shores¸ as chronicled in Ironhelm.

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