Player Races: Dwarves (Savage Worlds) PDF
This product provides you with expanded information on a favorite race of fantasy settings: the dwarf.
Within are nearly a dozen new Racial Edges, stats for the dwarven waraxe, stoneblood ale, rules for adamantium and mithral, two metals used by dwarves to make superior weapons, the half-dwarf player race, and a new power trapping: Earth/Stone.
This product’s content may appear—as is or in some variation thereof —within Misfit Studios’ upcoming Savage Worlds product, SpirosBlaak.
This game references the Savage Worlds game system, available from Pinnacle Entertainment Group at www.peginc.com.
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