Book of Exalted Deedsby James Wyatt, Christopher Perkins, Darrin Drader
Book of Exalted Deeds is the second title in the line of Dungeons & Dragons products specifically aimed at a mature audience. As the Book of Vile Darkness was a resource book on the most evil elements of campaign play, this title focuses instead on the availability of good resources and features in the D&D¨ spectrum. There are tips and information for running heroic campaigns and characters, and the text is written to instruct and inspire players to take a broader view of their game as they engage in exalted or valiant activities. Consequently, the choice to become heroic and the consequences that accompany that choice are treated in a mature and sensitive manner. Additionally, this title will explore a wide range of exalted features specifically designed to enrich truly heroic play, including new feats, prestige classes, spells, races, and magic items.
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This book is too good! It has more outsiders that are worshiped (or can be if you desire) than the BOVD, about twice the amount of prestige classes, more feats, intelligent items (BOVD doesn't have any), and more other stuff. After reading this book I hope they write a companion book to the BOVD to make up for all the things that my evil characters didn't get. They made the paragon celestials more powerful than the archfiends, how gay is that! Since they put a history of the BOVD in the book, I was dissappointed that there was no history for the BOED in it. If anybody knows the history of the BOED please email it to me. Favorite things I like are the vow of poverty, the Bahamut prestige class, the saint, the exalted feats, the paragon celestials, and the tulani eladrin. You will get a kick out the CG paragon celestials (the Queen and her male tulani and female brulani consorts, those are her favorite).