By Mark Chance, Scott Schomburg
The Dawnforge crusade environment bargains gamers and DMs a chance to discover a mythic age of magic and beauty. during this full-length event crusade, fledgling heroes take their first steps at the direction of legend. From Saranor to Ebernath, from the sunrise elf urban of Ersevor to the evening elf outposts of the Morningstar Mountains, the heroes needs to discover clues to an historic secret - a riddle whose resolution could exhibit the origins and nature of arcane magic. calls for using the Dungeons & Dragons Player's instruction manual, released by means of Wizards of the Coast, Inc. This product makes use of up-to-date fabric from the v.3.5 revision.
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Dawnforge: Path of Legend by Mark Chance, Scott Schomburg