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Death: Guardian at the Gate

Death: Guardian at the Gate

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Death
Guardian at the Gate


Written By: Darren Pearce
Page Count: 67 pages
Cover Art by: Gillian Pearce
Illustrated by: Gillian Pearce

A sourcebook dealing with the death domain. Includes info on a goddess of death, worshippers, churches, myths and legends, along with crunchy prestige classes, spells, and other things designed to help you flesh out the shadowy figure of death in your home campaign. You can either use the Lady Pale as she is, or you can borrow ideas to flesh out your own campaign's deities.


 
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Jason C. [Featured Reviewer]
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July 24th, 2009
A very early d20 product, it shows to some degree, as several of the features presented in this product have balance issues. However, the great strength of the product is its detailed examination of a goddess, her place in a a pantheon, and a religion [...]
Chris G. [Featured Reviewer]
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January 22nd, 2007
Death: Guardian at the Gate is a book all about a Death Goddess, her priest, and their priesthood. It is a 72-page pdf filled with rich detail. Gillian Pearce did all the art and it?s nice and seems to work for the book. The text is well organized, [...]
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February 13th, 2004
Honestly, this book seemed like a collection of cliches, interpreted into very generic d20. The author is obviously fond of Death As A Hot Woman, but I just couldn't get into it, and the societal aspects were pretty shallow. Plenty of people will like [...]
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November 1st, 2003
A very imaginative and fullly realized product for the size. It could use some editing to make the prose a bit more coherent in places, but otherwise very interesting. If it gets a second edtion, that would be great [...]
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September 22nd, 2003
Someone has been reading Neil Gaiman WAAAAYYYYY too much. A few interesting bits but, as was mentioned in a previous review, not enough to ultimately make this a worthwhile purchase unless you want to bring some pseudo-goth elements to your pantheon. [...]
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Pages
67
Edition
1.0
Publisher Stock #
DQG1201
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7.84 MB
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September 16, 2002
This title was added to our catalog on September 16, 2002.
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Dark Quest Games
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