Races of Eberron. This document presents versions of several races from the D&D world of Eberron: changelings, kalashtar, shifters, and warforged. For more . Races of Eberron (D&D manual).jpg. Genre, Role-playing game. Publisher, Wizards of the Coast. Publication date. April Media type, Print. ISBN · 0- Races of Eberron is a supplement to the edition of the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing. Complete list of all D&D spells, rulebooks, feats, classes and more!.
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Matt Sernett Goodreads Author. Keith Baker Goodreads Author. The book includes extensive information on each race, plus new race-related feats, prestige classes, spells, and equipment.
In addition, this book highlights the other major races of the Eberron world, including elves, dwarves, halflings, gnomes, half-elves, half-orcs, and drow. Jesse Decker is a designer for Wizards of the Coast, Inc. Keith Baker is the creator and co-author of the Eberron Eberroh Setting. Kestrel is a managing editor for Wizards of the Coast, Inc. Hardcoverpages. To see what fberron friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Races of Eberronplease sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This has ebedron background information for some new races that came about with the creation of the Eberron universe. A lot of the historical and psychological traits these newer races have are really fascinating to me.
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I only wish that there was more information about existing races that have undergone drastic changes within this new universe. For example, the Drow are quite unique in Eberron when compared to something like Forgotten Realms, and having an equal amount of details as to why or how This has decent background information for some new races that came about with the creation of the Eberron universe. For example, the Drow are quite unique in Eberron when compared to something like Forgotten Realms, and having an equal amount of details as to why or how, would have been supremely appreciated.
Nonetheless, this wasn’t bad. It’s enjoyable for folks who are interested in expanding their Eberron repertoire. Apr 12, Charles rated it liked it Shelves: After all, this book deals with all of the races introduced in the Eberron Campaign Setting, though not in any of the additional supplements.
But really, this book introduced a rather shockingly small amount of new material, focusing on reintroducing the races and, what is more likely, making them available to campaign settings other than Eberron. Which makes a sort of sense, and the eberrn of the book that I have looks more like a core supplement than an Eberron supplemnt, and more closely resembles books like Races of Stone and Races of Dragon than it does other Eberron books.
Which is fine, I suppose, as the races of Eberron are some good races, everron especially with the Warforged and Changelings offer any campaign setting a slew of character options.
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I mean, there are some things in the book that are interesting. There are some interesting NPCs that the book introduces, and some race specific feats and such, but in terms of giving the setting more depth this supplement fell woefully short. Find of like The Five Nations, this book divides itself in the beginning between the different races, and then uses the remainder of the book to get into feats and spells and items and that kind of thing.
And the feats and such listed are also fine additions. Technically speaking, the book does bring enough new to the table. Along a similar line, the book does get into variant racial options, from Valenar Elves to some slightly different Gnomes and the like.
Nothing too incredible there, but it does provide ways to further customize a character and flesh them out more. It is, given, mainly a PC tool, it seems, to help with making characters of the races described. I like Eberron, and so wanted to learn more about Eberron.
It had a bunch of useful information and some interesting tidbits. Not many, but they were there. And if you are not running an Eberron campaign and want to use the races, c&d is a great option for just that.
Most of this information exists elsewhere, and everything else is statistics and not further insight into the setting. So I am left to give the book a 6.
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May 08, Phil rated it liked it Shelves: See eberron campaign setting. Nov 03, Dustin rated it did not like it Shelves: This is one of the worst Eberron supplements they released. Derek rated it it was amazing Mar 22, John rated it liked it Aug 11, Daniel Lawson rated it it was amazing Apr 10, Antioch rated it it was amazing Dec 26, Alex rated it really liked it Jan 27, Ted rated it it was ok Feb 04, Wed Adams rated it really liked it Feb 02, Nemo rated it it was amazing Oct 19, Randy Lander rated it it was ok Jun 01, Peat rated it really liked it Dec 08, Christian Kell rated it it was ok Feb 23, A’ndrea rated it liked it Jan 17, Morgan Mcleod rated it really liked it Jul 07, Jeremy Friesen rated it liked it Feb 22, Eric rated it it was amazing Jun 11, Skyler rated it it was ok Jul 24, Emily rated it really liked it Jul 11, John William Roberts rated it liked it Jan 08, Jacob Possin rated it really liked it Feb 26, Kim rated it it was amazing Sep 01, Lonnie rated it liked it Oct 15, Rowan rated it really liked it Jul 28, Alex Turner rated it liked it Apr 21, Curtis Hay rated it really liked it Jul 08, Victor Sanchez rated it it was ok Jun 08, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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