DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS LIBRIS MORTIS PDF

The contextual internal art, of colour and monochrome, is of highly variable quality although shows some notable aptitude in creativity; the bored lich is a particularly nice piece as an example. The book comes with a one page table of contents, but no index. The content is in two colum justified serif text with good use of white-space and clearly marked chapter title and page numbers in the margins. As with all books in the edition, the use of black-on-yellow chapter pages is annoyingly difficult to read. The writing also leaves a little to be desired; it is far too vebose, often chatty, and there are an unexpected number of minor typographical errors. The content consists of seven chapters; Introduction and All About Undead 14 pages , Character Options 17 pages , Prestige Classes 16 pages , Spells 13 pages , Equipment 6 pages , New Monsters 51 pages , and Campaigns 57 pages , which are all pretty much what they say on the tin.

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Nightmares from beyond the grave: Hushed voices tell spine-chilling tales of encounters with the walking dead and other unliving horrors. No other creatures have evoked such fear and fascination as this dreadful menagerie of malevolent spirits and mindless shells. Libris Mortis: The Book of Undead also provides new rules, feats, spells, and prestige classes, along with a host of new monsters and monster templates.

They really got it right with this one; while lots of supplements over the years have taken an in-depth look at the undead, very few have gone beyond game statistics to explore what motivates them beyond sheer hunger.

Understanding and riffing off of that background can help a DM propel her adventures from pedestrian to inspired. There are also more than 30 new monsters and templates, advice for undead-heavy campaigns, descriptions of undeath cults, and several adventure sites. Extensive player-oriented rules cover undead-related spells, feats for fighting the undead, prestige classes, and rules for playing undead characters. Getting Enough Exorcise? Ever wonder about the vast range of diets enjoyed by undead?

More importantly for the players, there are tactics, rules, and options to make heroes more effective when fighting the forces of darkness.

If you need a listing of good offenses and defenses against the undead, including special weapons, this is the place to go. New feats are largely broken into metamagic feats such as causing spells to do extra damage against undead , divine feats which may improve undead turning or provide resistance to energy drain , and general feats including one that speeds up undead turning.

Undead share in the love. Vampiric sorcerers and liches are going to be significantly more terrifying after taking advantage of some of these feats.

A Class of Their Own. As first laid out in Savage Species , monsters here have their own monster classes. This makes them simple for a GM to scale to different level parties, increasing their relative power as they become more powerful, and it becomes much easier for a player to actually play an undead as a character.

The prestige classes are interesting, and not all are designed for your villains. The prestige classes are strongly themed and well balanced.

There are also undead prestige classes that are only meant for undead. Spells, equipment, magic items, and "undead grafts" round out this section. This is a particularly good selection of new undead, particularly in terms of new templates.

Ghost brutes, negative energy-soaked evolved undead, half-vampires Libris Mortis is worth it for this alone. Whether you need ravening beasts or nefarious masterminds, this final chapter makes it relatively simple to run a fun, undead-themed campaign.

The book closes out with sample adventuring sites and a handful of undeath cults that can be dropped into any game where the DM needs robust villainous conspiracies.

Overall, this is an excellent book for anyone playing a variant of d It is highly recommended for DMs, but includes plenty of useful player information too. About the Creators. Please feel free to mail corrections, comments, and additions to kevin. Customers Who Bought this Title also Purchased.

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Feb 04, J Leif rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: There is new information on traditional undead creatures liches, zombies, and so onas well as new monsters and information on customizing monsters to any adventure. There is new information on traditional undead creatures liches, zombies, and so onas well as new monsters and informati. Its re-assuring to see the quality we expect llbris WotC in this department. Received this one for Christmas and enjoyed going through it dungwons a fourth or fifth time.

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The chapter discusses the ecology of undead creatures, though this section was described as "very small", [3] and talks about undead religion, introducing new deities. The Dirgesinger is a Bard-specific class, and a "personal favourite" of Smith. It also has adventure sites and back-stories for various cults. Nothing terribly remarkable here.

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Nightmares from beyond the grave: Hushed voices tell spine-chilling tales of encounters with the walking dead and other unliving horrors. No other creatures have evoked such fear and fascination as this dreadful menagerie of malevolent spirits and mindless shells. Libris Mortis: The Book of Undead also provides new rules, feats, spells, and prestige classes, along with a host of new monsters and monster templates. They really got it right with this one; while lots of supplements over the years have taken an in-depth look at the undead, very few have gone beyond game statistics to explore what motivates them beyond sheer hunger.

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