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Hammer of the Dwarven Lords

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DQG1103 Hammer of the Dwarven Lords (d20 Dwarves sourcebook)

Written by: Matthew Beall, Michael Hammes, Neal Levin, Fraser Ronald, Eric Tam, David Woodrum
Page Count: 86 pages
Cover Art: Kallen
Illustrated by: Gillian Pearce, Sabrina Hart

Are you of the misconception that Merlin forged the blade Excalibur? It is obvious that the blade was a flawed attempt at copying the manner that we Dwarves forge a blade. It could only cut partially through stone, whereas our blades could cleave completely through much denser stone. Others of our blades could cut through steel as if it was butter.

Dwarves are the masters of the forge, displaying skill with the axe and the hammer. We long for glorious battles where we may test our mettle. The mysteries of the dwarves are more substantial than that of the elves and their glitter of fairy dust.

Chapters
1-The Clachduin (The Painted Dwarves)
2-The Hallvring (The Reaving Dwarves)
3-The Khura (The Steppe Dwarves)
4-Dwarven Gods
5-Dwarven Equipment
6-Magics of the Dwarves
7-Dwarven Wrestling
8-NPC and Prestige Classes

Features
3 Cultures
11 Gods
New Weapons, Armor, Alchemical Items and other equipment
New Domains: Sea and Stone
Almost 50 new spells
8 Classes

 
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November 3rd, 2012
Hammer of the Dwarven Lords is a sourcebook about dwarves, with a particular focus on alternate dwarven cultures. The first part of the book describes three such cultures, based loosely on Celtic, Viking, and Mongol themes, respectively. They are describe [...]
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June 24th, 2007
In the days of D&D dwarves have always been a rather well depicted and well defined race. Racial books in d20 were one of the first areas covered. Green Ronin had a very good on in Hammer and Helm, Bad Axe Games had their highly respected Heroes of [...]
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January 9th, 2006
I really liked this book and have gotten good use of it in my current campaign. It's a great book for those of us looking for more in-depth information about alternative dwarven cultures and not more of the same old stereotypes. It's a great book to purch [...]
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June 8th, 2005
If you like Dwarves, this is the book for you. Or, if you're like me, a DM without much care for them, this book is still for you. For that reason alone, this is a fantastic product. If you love Dwarves, this product offers a variety of options and [...]
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May 14th, 2005
I was looking for something to build and expand on dwarves, to give a new perspective to surprise experienced players. I definately got it in this product. The dwarven subraces were new, unique and interesting, with plenty of cultural information. The [...]
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Pages
86
Edition
1.0
Publisher Stock #
DQG1103
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3.23 MB
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November 07, 2004
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Dark Quest Games
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