City of Splendors: Waterdeep offers an in-depth examination of the great city of Waterdeep in the Forgotten Realms setting. An overview of the city includes. City of Splendors: Waterdeep () – Explore the Shining Jewel of Faerûn Waterdeep beckons! For centuries, this grand city has stood at the. City of Splendors has ratings and 3 reviews. The first in-depth look at Waterdeep, the shining jewel of the Forgotten Realms setting, in many years.C.
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It you start comparing it against other city books, it looks even worse. However, as someone who has the Volo guide, the boxed set and Splendirs, it is nice to see WotC give me something that compliments everything I have already bought, instead of re-hashing old material in 3E.
City of Splendors: Waterdeep
This book weighs in at something like pages and has a removable map by Ed Bourelle from Skeleton KeyGames. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Wake of the Ravager Dark Sun Online: A city is not just its history though. Refresh and try again. I really, honestly did, having bought nearly every 2nd Ed.
Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, Friday, 17th June, Boyd has been a fan of the Forgotten Realms product line since the first time Elminster graced the pages of Dragon magazine. Robert Glenn rated it liked it Dec 13, Also included in waherdeep book are discussions of specific Waterdeep locales, adventure locales, and new monsters.
Forgotten Realms product back in the nineties. Alias old Bloodhelm, I knew him well. Those looking to immerse themselves in the background of the city will find much of that information in chapter one, City of Splendors.
Although the City of Splendors does not formally claim any territory outside its walls, the Lords of Waterdeep have always kept a close watch over the region stretching from the Mere of Dead Men to the mouth of the River Delimbiyr, and from the Sea of Swords to the Dessarin Vale.
Cover art was by Scott M. PrCs include the following: Daniel rated it did not like it Apr 06, Like the Legacy Champion from Weapons of Legacy, for primary spellcasters, it seems too powerful with its high hit dice and full bab.
Jason Chambers rated it really liked it Feb 28, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Another area where the book is lacking, is when looking at Waterdeep Locales.
I was a little surprised at the spells though. Errors The following errors occurred with your submission. The PrCs here include background details, ideas on how to play the PrC, how the class fits into the setting, and a section of Lore with various DC checks for local knowledge checks. This is truly one of the worst things about modern printing conditions that accessories like maps have gone by the wayside in many products.
It also covers a quick look at some of the other bits associated with a city. Each one comes with a location, EL of the encounter, and occasionally game stats. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. For example, why was so much spent on religion and temples? Shame there wasn’t more of it!
City of Splendors: Waterdeep (Forgotten Realms)
Join Date Oct Posts waterdeeep Dark Sun Dark Sun: The game mechanics then continue in chapter six, Monsters of Waterdeep. What are the festival days? Doppelgangers in the city of Waterdeep, are they welcome?
Seeing as how one of the things that almost all adventurers do in cities is battle in the sewers, the author has wisely included a full page map of Waterdeep with the sewers in full view and numerous location keys and random waterdefp, both common and rare.
City of Splendors: Waterdeep – Wikipedia
This includes some unique constructs made either to protect the city, like the Walking Statues of Waterdeep, or those made by mad men like the Scaladar, large scorpion shaped constructs.
Return to Book Page. Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. The more opinions and ideas out there, the more well rounded and well informed a reader can be before deciding to pick it up. All are handled well.
For example, my players in the past have generally been of a warrior spleneors and favored Tempus as their patron deity. I do however agree this should have been a page book period. I could be wrong.
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