» » Races of Stone (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying Supplement)

Download Races of Stone (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying Supplement) fb2

by Jesse Decker,Michelle Lyons,David Noonan
Download Races of Stone (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying Supplement) fb2
Gaming
  • Author:
    Jesse Decker,Michelle Lyons,David Noonan
  • ISBN:
    0786932783
  • ISBN13:
    978-0786932788
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Wizards of the Coast (August 1, 2004)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Gaming
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1599 kb
  • ePUB format
    1543 kb
  • DJVU format
    1593 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    146
  • Formats:
    azw lrf lit mobi


Races of the Dragon (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . Fantasy Roleplaying Supplement). David Noonan works full-time in the Wizards of the Coast R&D department

Races of the Dragon (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . Gwendolyn . Kestrel. Player's Handbook II (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . Fantasy Roleplaying) (Bk. 2). David Noonan.

Races of Stone (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . Jesse Decker, Michelle Lyons, David Noonan. Download (pdf, 5. 3 Mb) Donate Read.

by Jesse Decker & Michelle Lyons & David Noonan. of d20 System material. The Lost City of Barakus (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . Fantasy Roleplaying). Mythic Races provides payers with 30 new detailed cultures for character creation. 29 MB·209 Downloads·New! Plunge into the forgotten city of Barakus where only the bold survive! Explore cavernous dungeons. Adventure I (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . 1 MB·182 Downloads·New!. The Wurst of Grimtooth's Traps (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . 22 MB·163 Downloads·New!

A Dungeons and Dragons Compendium (296 items) list by Fraterlucis.

A Dungeons and Dragons Compendium (296 items) list by Fraterlucis. View all Races of Stone (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . Fantasy Roleplaying Supplement) lists. Manufacturer: Wizards of the Coast Release date: 1 August 2004 ISBN-10 : 0786932783 ISBN-13: 9780786932788. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.

Jesse Decker, Michelle Lyons .

Jesse Decker, Michelle Lyons,. Races of Stone (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . Fantasy Roleplaying Supplem. Download for print-disabled. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Races of Stone (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . Fantasy Roleplaying Supplement) from your list? Races of Stone (Dungeons & Dragons d20 . Published August 12, 2004 by Wizards of the Coast. Dungeons and dragons (Game). Among the races of stone and earth in the DUNGEONS & DRAGONS game, the dwarf springs most readily to mind.

Races of Stone provides Dungeons & Dragons® players with an in-depth look at races that live on, under, or. .

Races of Stone provides Dungeons & Dragons® players with an in-depth look at races that live on, under, or around mountains in the D&D world. There is extensive information on the classic races of gnomes and dwarves, including new rules, information for interaction, new spells, and new magic items attuned to each race. David Noonan works full-time in the Wizards of the Coast R&D department.

D&D, DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, and DUNGEON MASTER are registered trademarks owned by Wizards of the Coast, Inc. The d20 logo is a trademark owned by Wizards of the Coast, Inc. All Wizards characters, character names.

This Wizards of the Coast game product contains no Open Game Content. No portion of this work may be reproduced in any form without written permission. To learn more about the Open Gaming License and the d20 System License, please visit ww. izards.

The Player’s Handbook II builds upon existing materials in the Player’s Handbook

The Player’s Handbook II builds upon existing materials in the Player’s Handbook. This is the first direct follow up to the best-selling and most used D&D rulebook.

Dragon of Icespire Peak. Dungeons & Dragons vs. Rick and Morty. Races Rules Create A Race Browse Homebrew. Bold and hardy, dwarves are known as skilled warriors, miners, and workers of stone and metal. Hoard of the Dragon Queen. Hunt for the Thessalhydra. Infernal Machine Rebuild. Racial Traits +2 Constitution, Darkvision, Dwarven Resilience, Dwarven Combat Training, Stonecunning.

A new D&D sourcebook detailing various mountain-dwelling races.Races of Stone provides Dungeons & Dragons® players with an in-depth look at races that live on, under, or around mountains in the D&D world. There is extensive information on the classic races of gnomes and dwarves, including new rules, information for interaction, new spells, and new magic items attuned to each race. In addition, there are new races, over 20 new prestige classes, over 40 new feats, new equipment, and new magic items.

Maldarbaq
I have had an opportunity to go through the majority of this book now and overall it is a great supplement for the new player. There is a lot of fluff- but for players new to the game, it does provide a good amount of information regarding the role playing of dwarves, gnomes, and the newly introduced races like Goliaths and stone children.

For those of us that have some experience, I would have to agree with earlier reviews that the revisionism occuring with religion and the deities is ludicrous. This book doesn't provide a lot of crunch- but most of what it does provide is good, especially with regards to some of the specialty equipment and prestiege classes.

Overall this is a good book for newbies and those experienced players that crave more knowledge on dwarves and other creatures that have ties to earth and stone.
Delalbine
First - the obvious. This book covers dwarves, gnomes, and goliaths (a new race). It includes a number of race-specific feats, class options and equipment. Overall, this section is good, and gives a number of different new options. The prestige classes were mostly well-designed, and will make a welcome option.

The Goliaths of course need to be added into a campaign world, as will many of the new races and variants listed in the "Other Races" chapter. The author actually predicted this, and gives several suggestions at the beginning of the chapter (well done!).

The feats chapter gives a number of interesting feats. Of particular note are some of the feats which blend racial elements with psionic elements. For instance Invest Armor lets a psionic improve his armor's defense. Good ideas in here.

The weak point of this book is the chapters on dwarves and gnomes. The section on dwarves fails to give as much of a proper "dwarven feel" as the 2nd Edition Complete Dwarves Handbook did. After reading the CDH, I immediately wanted to play a dwarf. I didn't get the same feeling from this. The chapter mentioned dwarven clans, but failed to really define their function within society except as a subgroup for a character to belong to. Finally, the section on religion ignored most of the well-established dwarven gods, and created a mostly new batch (or renamed a few). Some can be incorporated easily into the existing pantheon (Valkauna makes a great wife for Clangeddin). But why the name changes? Mya is an absurd name for the wife of Moradin! Finally, any discussion on the various dwarven subraces and their relations was totally missing. Where were the deep dwarves?

The section on gnomes is similar to the dwarves. Lots of information, but sadly lacking. The 3rd edition gnomes have had something of an identity crisis, and this book does work to bridge the gap to the illusionist-pranskters of old. But again there is little effort to capture the previous gnomish "feel", and instead the gnomes are subjected to some amount of revisionism. The deities are given the same treatment of the dwarves, and an entirely new divine-level conflict for gnomes is created. Finally, though I am a BIG fan of Ron Spencer's art, his gnomes (and for that matter, most of the 3rd edition gnomes) look like nothing more than short humans. Talk about identity crisis.

The goliaths are well-done, and create a race with almost a totemistic attitude. With their nomadism and primitive lifestyle, it should be easy to add them into existing campaigns.
Xlisiahal
Just the depth this book goes into the primary races ALONE (dwarves and gnomes) is worth it! I don't care anything for the fluff race goliaths but the 'indepth study' as it seems of dwarves and gnomes is well thought and well done and can be used even beyond rpg as a source material for writers and just about as any 'scholarly' (though hardly definitive) look at mythlogical race as I've seen. If you are a big fan of dwarves, rpger or not, this is your book! I have a big hankering for those short and stocky bearded fellows and how they manage to stay in there despite it all!
blodrayne
This supplement provides more in-depth information on the already existing races of dwarf and gnome, and additional races such as goliaths. It provides settelments, subraces, prestige classes, plus race-specific feats, spells, and powers (for psionics). I've used the earth dreamer to good effect as an npc, creating a space cadet, or rather, earth cadet, personality, to the amusement of the players.

All in all, and incredibly useful tool to enhance the game.
heart of sky
The only problem I had was the packing used for the book wasn't good, it ended up becoming damage in shipping. The top left hand corner of the book is completely torn up, and the binding was not as good as promised. I was sadly disappointed with this since the product description said the binding was good.

My husband is still happy with the book, but we both where just disappointed at the lack of care and the damaging of the product.
Nto
Probably my favorite cheese race, the whisper gnome, comes from this book. Also Goliaths are neat and some of the feats and weapon and armor options are awesome.

Great book for expanding your character options for players. Also not bad for DMs looking to beef up their monsters or improve the loot to be more than the standard DMG and MIC fare.
Naa
This book was shown in good condition and used but after receiving it it was not in good condition, IT WAS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION, the fact that this book had been on someone's shelf and actively used for years and it still looks this good tells me they really take care of their books
The book is in excellent shape, but smells of mildew as if stored in a moist attic. Overall I am happy with it though..