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Thu, 23rd Aug '01, 6:51am
What is the wildest/strangest/wierdest D&D book you have.....?
as for me I have the Offical AD&D Legends and Lore book, which has stats on almost every major diety and hero from earth mythos.
From egypt to the Greeks, from Arthur to Zues, they're in there....
Thu, 23rd Aug '01, 1:22pm
The DM-Guide.... I only have the players guide, DM guide and Monters guide jet.
Fri, 24th Aug '01, 7:20pm
To Headbanger: Did you buy these books over the internet or did you buy them in a store? The reason I am asking is that I am looking for those book, but not a single store has them and I am not so enthousiastic about buying over the internet, because I had some problems with it in the past.
If you did buy them in a store could you tell me the name of the store and I'll hope that it is near my town as well.
Fri, 24th Aug '01, 8:44pm
NoYur_Role, L&L is a great book. It's great for picking a 'historical' deity to worship. I used it when designing the Gods for one of my new campaign worlds years ago.
As for stange books, I've got a lot of stuff but I'm not sure if I'd call any of them weird. Spelljammer is kind of strange, and the most unique book I have is the Viking handbook. The Viking Beserker was, in my opinion, the only balanced kit in all of 2E.
Mon, 27th Aug '01, 1:11am
Monte Cook's Book of Eldritch Might, available at www.montecook.com (http://www.montecook.com)
Now that's a cool book. And eldritch is such a cool word too.
Fri, 31st Aug '01, 5:46am
I used the Lorebook for quite a few good campaign ideas too. I always think it's interesting to read stories about people, then find their official stats.
Sat, 29th Sep '01, 1:27am
Tome and Blood. It's the Wizard and Socerer supplemental. The prestige classes in there are crazy; Blood Magnus, Dragon Disciple... The book is awesome.
Sat, 29th Sep '01, 6:34am
The Forgotten Realms campaign setting is pretty cool. Very nice art, interesting spells and prestige classes, much better info on subraces, and, of course, descriptions of all the interesting locales of FR.
Sat, 29th Sep '01, 10:09am
We now also have the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting and the book is great.
To Silverblade: I bought them in a shop called Spelkwartier in Arnhem. Just a shop where you can buy games like War Hammer, Magic, Middle Earth etc. There these books are also for sale (and also all novels of Dragonlance and Forgotten Realms :)) Well you live not too close to Arnhem so when you don't accidentaly drop by soon, I should advice you to go to Amterdam and look there. There are shops where you can buy them but I really don't know where.