Metal, Magic and Lore: Heavy Armor Packages—The Race of Gray Elves PDF
5th Epoch Publishing
The Metal Magic and Lore Gray Elfin Heavy Armor PDF is the first in a series which presents the heavier armors in use by each of the six major races. There are three armor packages presented, which are displayed in a format matching the SAPs found in the MML Basic Game Players Rule Book.
The tabular armor protection information is accompanied by a detailed illustration of each package. The "Armored for War" packages are presented in the Early, Middle and Late time periods. An introduction familiarizes the reader with Gray Elfin armor development and provides detailed background information that will enhance any campaign.
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