Storm Isles Gazetteer—Hebrew (d20) PDF
A dawn of a new age...
The chaos war ended with the tearing of the ancient continent, Anouriar. Only a few islands survived, but now they are blossoming. This is an age of new kingdoms, rising cultures and powerful magic; there is struggle between light and dark, Civilization and demonic monsters, law and chaos. The people need heroes to lead them—will it be you?
The gazetteer is the first campaign setting in Hebrew. It provides background for all types of campaign, from dungeoneering through political games and exploration of wild and far places. Inside you shall find descriptions of the islands, information about Gods and magic in the storm isles, new prestige classes and information about creating your own hero.
Note: This product is in Hebrew.
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