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Bastards & Bloodlines: A Guidebook to Halfbreeds

by Owen K. C. Stephens

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Some really great race options in here, mostly with reasonable level adjustments. All are presented in Player's handbook format--no racial hit dice to contend with here. All of the crossbreeds have interesting names, some of which are drawn from mythology (e.g., Wendigo). Many provide ways to play interesting "monster races" at reasonable levels. For example, if you'd like to play a satyr, they mix one with a halfling to result in the piper (LA +2). Like gargoyles? Howabout a half-gargoyle dwarf? Intrigued by unicorns? There are two varieties of alicorn (depending on which parent is an elf and which is the quadruped). ( )
  branadain | Mar 30, 2007 |
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