Eberron Campaign Guide: A 4th Edition D&D Supplement (Den of Shadows) I think it is head and shoulders above the 4E Forgotten Realms Campaign Guide. After quite a lot of delays, procrastinations and reschedulingsI finally got toDMing in Eberron, undoubtedly my favourite D&D setting, after more. This is a list of products that are based on the fictional world of Eberron. . Eberron Campaign Guide (July , ISBN ) is the guide for a.
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Definitely get it, regardless of the setting guids use. It’s a very good “survey” of things, lots of breadth but little depth. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Each write-up begins with a brief history followed up by a series of skill-check based entries detailing its politics, natural environment and notable arcane influences.
X Aquatic Database 3. Would there be a benefit to getting both campaign guides from each edition?
List of Eberron modules and sourcebooks
Eberron is a big world to cover in a single book, but the Campaign Guide pulls it off. The poster map of Khorvaire included with the book is great, but I wish the flipside had featured a world map instead of an encounter map of a tower. Also useful as an alternative setting in Eberron if you want to go that route. If there are things that you’re particularly interested in, I’d also get the specific 3e books which deal with them, e.
Currently we are playing 4e so I am leaning 4e, but would there be any benefit fluff wise to get the original 3. Patrick rated it really liked it Nov 12, egerron May Learn how and when to remove this template message.
Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, Personally, I think 4e is a great fit for Eberron. Scott rated guid liked it May 25, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Posted By Abstruse Thursday, 27th December, Not so with Eberron. It is useful to flesh out potential allies and enemies, with information on the philosophies of the faiths, holy days, and the like.
Eberron Campaign Guide [Review]
Otherwise I wouldn’t worry about it. Obviously this was to allow flexibility and allowing for personal tastes and touches to color the already vibrant world. Open Preview See a Problem? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It does a good job of fleshing them out and has a lot of ideas you eberfon base an adventure on shifter contests and sports come to mind. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Looking for a fresh new setting that blends many genres into a delicious shake of high fantasy, intrigue, steampunk, noir elements, intrigue, and moral ambiguity.
I say 4E vs. Forge of War if you are interested in running a campaign during the Last War. You must be logged in to post a comment.
Charles rated it liked it Jan 07, William Adams rated it liked it Jan 25, This books contains all the information any DM would need about the world of Eberron. My one personal complaint is minor but I will mention it. What a great setting! Jenny rated it it was ok Mar 04, A good example is the Mark of Scribing, which grants additional languages, a bonus to Diplomacy checks, and access to Mark-specific rituals.
It doesn’t have many pictures, but it’s basically all of the non-crunch information on Eberron. X Sorcerer Bloodlines The 3. Thursday, 24th March, As the campaign progresses they, and not the NPCs, will be the heroes everyone is talking about.
Even if the PCs only go there guife, it can be useful. I think that 4e is the better system for Eberron, and if your group is already happy with it, you should stick to that. Ari Marmell Goodreads Author. Here the ebeeron are more subtle, and frankly, more respectful of the source material.
Trivia About Eberron Campaign Keeping with the original Eberron sourcebook, this one opens four years after The Last War, a terrible year-long war of succession fought by the five nations who once comprised the kingdom of Galifar.
Beholder Drow dark elf Githyanki Illithid mind flayer Lich. That guide contains the new Artificer class, paragon paths, races, Dragonmarked feats, magic items, alchemical creations and Eberron-specific rituals.
It ended not because any one side achieved victory, but because a magical cataclysm destroyed one of the combatants, 4ee the nation of Cyre into the devastated Mournland.