Category: D&D 4th Edition

Enhanced 4E: Combat in Motion

I like crunchy things. When I have a sandwich at lunch time, I like to have a packet of crisps with it (that’s chips if you’re in the US of A) and eat it with my sandwich because it adds a touch of saltiness and a lot of crunch. What can I say, I am a crunchy kind of man. But it has to be the right kind of crunch. For example, the crunch from pork crackling or cheese and onion nachos (I don’t like cheese and onion) wouldn’t be right. Also it has to come in the right dose. I don’t to have to have a huge slab or crunchiness, I want bite sizes. This product is to D&D 4E what a packet of crisps is to my sandwich. It adds that extra bit of crunch.

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The Haunting of Larvik Island

For centuries the legendary exploits of the mighty warlord Larvik have inspired storytellers and adventurers. Despite his glory, Larvik’s fortunes were lost in the war between his sons following his death. What remains is a dangerous island that bears his name and the legend of its treasure accessible only once every 35 years.

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Imperial Gazetteer

I only own the dead-tree version for this book, thus I can’t comment on bookmarks and the like. The dead-tree copy is soft-bound, has 1 page front cover, 1 page back cover, 1 page blank inside the front cover, 1 page blank inside the back cover, 2 pages of advertisements, 1 page SRD, 2 pages of editorial, 2 pages ToC and kicks off with a short introduction to the topic at hand by Wolfgang Baur himself before going on to provide 68 pages of information on the undead lands.

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Altered Earth: Corebook

“It is said that this planet was once green and full of life. They also say that a great civilization stretched across the entire globe. We can never be sure, for all we know of this forgotten civilization comes from the crumbling ruins that lie buried deep beneath the sands of the wastes.

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Children of Orion: The Venu Sourcebook

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