Stormwrack: Mastering the Perils of Wind and Wave
Wizards of the Coast, 2005 - Games & Activities - 221 pages
A complete guide to playing D&D in sea and storm.
The third in a series of beautifully illustrated supplements focusing on play in specific environmental climes, " Stormwrack"(TM) contains rules on play in watery environments. Not only are rules for sea campaigns offered, but rules for including water environments in land-based D&D campaigns and dungeon adventures are also covered. Included is extensive information on lakes and rivers; hazards such as exposure, storms, and waterspouts; races, including non-aquatic races
associated with the sea; equipment, including detailed deck plans for ships;
monsters; magic, including psionic elements; skills; feats; and more.
AUTHOR BIO: RICHARD BAKER is a senior designer for Wizards of the Coast, Inc. His most recent roleplaying game design credits include, "Complete Arcane"(TM) and "Monster Manual"(TM) v.3.5. Richard is also the "New York Times "best-selling author of the novel "Condemnation."
JOSEPH D. CARRIKER, JR. has developed and written more than 30 titles for various d20 gaming companies, most notably Sword & Sorcery Studios' Scarred Lands setting.
JENNIFER CLARKE-WILKES is an editor for Wizards of the Coast, Inc.
She works primarily on the Dungeons & Dragons(R) Miniatures line, but has
edited various roleplaying game books. She co-authored "Sandstorm"(TM) and
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