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Dungeons & Dragons Player's Handbook 3
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786939206, Hardcover)

Monster Manual IV is the most recent volume in the best-selling Monster Manual line. Sure to be popular with both Dungeonmasters and players, this supplement to the D&D® game provides descriptions for a vast array of new creatures. Each monster is illustrated and utilizies a new statblock format that facilitates faster gameplay. In addition, each monster gets more pages than used in previous supplements to detail sample encounters and pregenerated treasure hordes. Also included are details on how to incorporate creatures in a Forgotten Realms® or Eberron® campaign. This product is tied to 2006’s Year of the Dragon theme, which will be the target of marketing from RPGs, novels, and miniatures brands.

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This supplement for the D&D game offers a fully illustrated horde of new monsters such as the clockwork steed, the tomb spider, and the evil creatures known as the spawn of Tiamat. It also includes monsters that have previously appeared as D&D miniatures, including the bloodhulk, the justice archon, and the wizened elder. Finally, the book provides varieties of existing monsters such as the drow arcane guard, the orc battle priest, and the yuan-ti pureblood slayer.… (more)

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