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by James M. Ward,Troy Denning

eBook Advanced Dungeons and Dragons: Legends and Lore ePub
Author: James M. Ward,Troy Denning
Language: English
ISBN: 0880388447
ISBN13: 978-0880388443
Publisher: TSR, Inc.; 2nd edition (August 1, 1990)
Pages: 192
Category: Puzzles & Games
Subcategory: Humor
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 799
Formats: lit docx lrf txt
ePub file: 1337 kb
Fb2 file: 1793 kb

The Dungeons & Dragons Basic Set was the successor to original Dungeons & Dragons and was released while TSR, Inc. was working on the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons se. James M. Ward, Troy Denning.

The Dungeons & Dragons Basic Set was the successor to original Dungeons & Dragons and was released while TSR, Inc. was working on the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons set. This set was the beginning of the split into two separate games, driven by disagreements on the direction the game should take  .

Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual Hardcover – March, 1980. Dungeon Masters Guide (Advanced Dungeons and Dragons). This book provides the Dungeon Master with details of heroes, gods, and monsters from myth, fiction, and legend for use in creating an AD&D® fantasy world.

This is a positive change that make the priest class seems more realistic to me. However the new concept of avatar (a weaker physical representation of a god that can be sent on the prime plane in his place) is unecessary to say the least.

Legends and Lore: Cyclopedia of Gods and Heroes from Myth and Legend (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 1st .

I preferred this book way above Legends and Lord because it contained characters from Call of Cthulu and from Faffrd and the Grey Mouser, as well as number deities from various regions around the world. When they discarded this book for Legends and Lore, pretty much onto the deities of the various regions around the world (mostly dead religions, you don't get stats for Buddha) were all that it contained, and in a way I was simply not interested in that.

ISBN13:9780880388443. Release Date:August 1990.

Cover title: Official Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, legends & lore. Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, legends and lore. and cover the registered trademark symbol "R" is superscript within a circle following "Dragons" in the title. Official Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, legends & lore. Official Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, legends and lore.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Legends . Pages and Internal Spine in excellent condition. Book in good condition for it's age. Publication Date 1980-01-01. Publication Year 1980.

Pages and Internal Spine in excellent condition.

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Items related to Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Legends and Lore. James Ward; Robert Kuntz Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Legends and Lore. ISBN 13: 9780880380508. James Ward; Robert Kuntz. This book provides the Dungeon Master with details of heroes, gods, and monsters from myth, fiction, and legend for use in creating an AD&D fantasy world.

Special attention has been paid to the priests who worship the deities in this book. Each entry outlines the powers and spells granted to followers of a specific faith.

Thoroughly revised and updated, this classic AD&D game accessory provides valuable background information on the monsters, deities, heroes, and villains of diverse mythological pantheons
Dark_Sun
Really good!
Kulafyn
the book was in good condition
Tansino
Average book at best
Umge
The book was in excellent condition!
MisTereO
If the 1st edition of the book wasn't a necessary item for most gamers, the second edition is. The reason for this is that the book tell you which sphere of control are accessible to a priest depending on his deity and also the special powers granted to priest by their deities. This is a positive change that make the priest class seems more realistic to me. However the new concept of avatar (a weaker physical representation of a god that can be sent on the prime plane in his place) is unecessary to say the least. The gods have already many servant Solaar, Planetar ,Deva, Demons & Devils to do their work that the creation of the ambiguous notion of avatar (probably created to avoid the sacrilege of having high level players posing a threat to the gods) is only complicating the problem. The beautiful artwork that was one of the strong point of the original edition is absent from the second edition and you also loose two pantheons (finnish & sumerian )in the mix. All in all you can consider that the second edition is completing the original one but is a little weak to stand on it's own.
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