Saturday, October 8, 2016
Green Ronin - Corwyl: Village of the Wood Elves
From the back of the book:
"In The Heart of the Forest, Adventure Awaits!
This companion book to Green Ronin's Bow & Blade fully details a wood elf village designed to fit easily in any fantasy campaign setting. The remote tree-top village makes an excellent home base for a wilderness-oriented campaign, or an exotic place for existing characters to visit. The current political and religious crisis offers a starting point for play, while the many adventure seeds and plot hooks ensure that Corwyl will remain interesting for the life of the campaign. Corwyl: Village of the Wood Elves also includes:
A complete history of the village, including details on the Dark War with the drow fortress of Dezzavold.
Over 40 fully detailed NPCs.
Two new core classes (Ancestral Speaker and Terellian Knight) and two prestige classes (Animal Master and Tree Maiden) tied to the village?s background.
A plethora of new feats and spells, complemented by choice additions from a variety of open sources.
Rules fully in line with the 3.5 revision.
A handy "Who's Who" appendix to make the GM's job easier.
Beautiful art from Andrew Baker, Jennifer Meyer, Jonathan Kirtz, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law and Liz Danforth.
Corwyl: Village of the Wood Elves is both evocative and useful, with something to offer any d20 fantasy campaign. Enter the forest, and see what mysteries it holds!"
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