Gnomes: Masters of Illusion

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Unlike those little lawn gnomes that always end up in the wrong spot... Gnomes: Masters of Illusion, the second product in the City Guide Cultures series is yours to take home now! Unlike the stature of the race in question, this is not a small product. Following in our line started with Moon Elves, this product provides 3 cultures to explore the Gnomes, with wonderous bits of magic and mundane details. Imperial Gnomes - Korean/Chinese flavored gnomes. (No soy sauce jokes here). Fit for intergration in any Asian ...
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Overview

Unlike those little lawn gnomes that always end up in the wrong spot... Gnomes: Masters of Illusion, the second product in the City Guide Cultures series is yours to take home now! Unlike the stature of the race in question, this is not a small product. Following in our line started with Moon Elves, this product provides 3 cultures to explore the Gnomes, with wonderous bits of magic and mundane details. Imperial Gnomes - Korean/Chinese flavored gnomes. (No soy sauce jokes here). Fit for intergration in any Asian campaign, or dropped fully into your normal campaign world. Mountain Gnomes - tinkering gnomes (although not to the point of some well known tinkers.) Hill Gnomes - these gnomes are more in line with the classic gaming image of illusionist/prankster gnomes. Numerous Subrace combinations, and rules to design your own: Dozens of Illusion (Glamer) spells; Magical Pipes; Hordes of new mundane equipment, including many alchemical creations;8 Prestige Classes;

Over 50 spells; diseases; A full pantheon of sample gnome deities to use, abuse, or disapprove. No pointy red hats here!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780973281927
  • Publisher: Dark Quest, LLC
  • Publication date: 6/28/2003
  • Pages: 96
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2003

    d20 Gnomes

    For use with Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition (3.0 or 3.5) Unlike those little lawn gnomes that always end up in the wrong spot... Gnomes: Masters of Illusion, the second product in the City Guide Cultures series is yours to take home now! Unlike the stature of the race in question, this is not a small product. Following in our line started with Moon Elves, this product provides 3 cultures to explore the Gnomes, with wonderous bits of magic and mundane details. Imperial Gnomes - Korean/Chinese flavored gnomes. (No soy sauce jokes here). Fit for intergration in any Asian campaign, or dropped fully into your normal campaign world. Mountain Gnomes - tinkering gnomes (although not to the point of some well known tinkers.) Hill Gnomes - these gnomes are more in line with the classic gaming image of illusionist/prankster gnomes. Numerous Subrace combinations, and rules to design your own: Dozens of Illusion (Glamer) spells;Magical Pipes; Hordes of new mundane equipment, including many alchemical creations; 8 Prestige Classes; over 50 spells; diseases; A full pantheon of sample gnome deities to use, abuse, or disapprove. No pointy red hats here!

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