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Martial Power: A 4th Edition D&D Supplement

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  • Posted April 20, 2009

    One For the Warriors

    You definitely want a broader range of choice for the martial classes presented in the Player's Handbook 1. Martial Power is a great resource when it comes to new ways to wield your steel. Dozens of new powers and feats give you the ability to make four fighters for one game and they could be nothing alike- except they will probably leave a mark or two on someone!
    The Tempest Technique for Fighters and the Beastmaster option for Rangers are fantastic for making characters with lots of flavor (and they kick butt too!) These are only two examples of what lies within the pages of Martial Power. I definitely recommend it to anyone playing 4E Dungeons and Dragons- even if you are not necessarily one for the martial classes. How better to combat your enemies than to know their tricks?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2009

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    More content = More fun!

    This supplement to the 4th edition of Dungeons and Dragons adds numerous powers for the martial classes (even at-will abilities) along with 12 paragon classes for each class, 10 new epic destinies, and a bunch of class features and heroic/paragon/epic tier features for martial characters. Many things from the 3.5 version are brought back in this book with minor differences. So as a whole, this book is really worth getting!

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