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The North: Guide to the Savage Frontier

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

Sprache: Englisch

Verlag: TSR * [HP]

Preis: unbekannt

Erstveröffentlichung: 1996/2000

Rezension: keine vorhanden

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The Guide to The Savage Frontier' seltenes Boxed Set zu den Vergessenen Reichen

The Savage Frontier¸ the Barbaric North¸ the Cold Wastes¸ the Uneducated Backyard. These¸ among many others¸ are nicknames for the North. This is a land of rabid monsters and ruthless barbarians¸ where nature is the strongest force foe leagues in any direction. The North campaign expansion for the FORGOTTEN REALMS setting is the authority on the lands from Daggerford in the south to Ten-Towns in the north¸ from Anauroch in the east to the Ice Peak in the west.
This new campaign expansion contains everything a player or Dungeon Master needs to adventure in this savage and perilous territory¸ including:
* The Wilderness - A 96-page timeline and geographical overview of the north¸ featuring a description of the lands natives and monsters and including out-of-print information found in TSRs accessory FR5 The Savage Frontier.
* Cities and Civilization - 64 pages of facts on all the cities¸ towns¸ and hamlets in the North.
* Daggerford - a 32-page book describing a complete city designed to be a hometown for your campaigns bravest heroes¸ with detailed building descritions based on information from the old TSR adventure N5 Under Illefarn.
* Two Poster Maps - Full-color sheets showing the entire environs of the North. On the reverse side is a map of the town of Daggerford¸ plus an extensive set of random encounter tables.

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