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Larry Elmore's Women of the Woods Art Book (d20)
There are many interesting women in the realm of fantasy art, but no one can make them as vivid and intriguing as fantasy artist Larry Elmore. Travel with Larry as he introduces you to ten of the most interesting magic-users, spirits, and witches you have ever encountered.
This 9" x 12", 48-page hardbound book is packed with drawings from the master of fantasy art and includes an encounter to set the mood with the art. Also included in this high quality publication are d20 statistics, so any Dungeon Master can drop one of these interesting characters into any campaign.
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