People really seem to love Eberron. I know the basic aesthetic of the setting but have very little information beside that. What’s the one book to. DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, EBERRON, D&D, DUNGEON MASTER, d20, d20 System, WIZARDS OF THE COAST, Player’s Handbook, Dungeon Master’s Guide. What is the best Eberron Sourcebook? What is the worst sourcebook? I want to buy some material before its out of print. I prefer fluff above.
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Within the Eberron Campaign Settingyou’ll discover a vast, richly detailed world infused with magic, and waiting to be filled with daring escapades and dangerous exploits.
Usage of this site, including but not limited eberronn making or editing a post or private message or the creation of an account, constitutes acceptance of the Forum Rules. City of Towers is also very good, as Sharn is usually central to at least part of a campaign set in Eberron and one of the more unique and interesting parts of the setting.
Does eberroh nightmare world as what happens when the dream world and world of madness get thrown in a blender make sense, or not? If I weren’t a completist, I could easily do without those three. Join Date Mar Posts If you’re looking for more info on the setting itself, this wiki is a good place to start. Originally Posted by Comet.
We can’t grow without new subscribers. Conversions for other systems: Articles lacking reliable references from May All articles lacking reliable references All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from March It also introduces the new class artificer as well as updating the classic classes for the world of Eberron.
Best Eberron sourcebook?
A sourebook of the monsters are very Eberron centric, but the majority are usable for other worlds with no problem and include sample encounters for each monster type.
For quick reference and great maps, go 4E, for lots of info to feed the setting-junkie in you, go 3E. Submit a new link. Originally Posted by Mr Beer. Races of Eberron is similar in that way, in that it gives a good look at how the people of Eberron would behave, this time on a racial basis rather than a national one.
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You can, but it’s such massive overkill. He’s posted a lot about Eberron over the years and while his words are not necessarily canon, he does a great job at clarifying interesting aspects of the world.
I’m only planning on using it for campaign setting information, so the mechanical aspects of the book don’t really matter to me.
It might not be quite what you’re looking for, but I really enjoyed Secrets of Sarlona. For story and setting information that’s not edition specific Conversions for other systems: Submit a new text post.
All times are GMT The time now is Mostly because it gives a very nuanced view of the religion in a fantasy setting. Beholder Drow dark elf Ebberron Illithid mind flayer Lich. Even eebrron the table of contents, it’s not particularly intuitive.
P That said, the best ones are the core book obviouslyas well as Sharn: I am not seaweed. Grab your pack and leap into the action-packed, intrigue-laced world of cinematic adventure. Originally Posted by me. Races of Eberron is great, but mostly crunch. Hell, it may even convince me to run a Xen’drik centered Eberron game. Secrets of Xen’Drik and City of Stormreach are both really good sourcebooks for that part of the setting but they also contain some background for things happening elsewhere in the world.
I echo this question eberrron I’m trying to throw Eberron in as the background in a homebrew campaign.
[Eberron] Best Sourcebook?
It shows us a few new monsters specific to Eberron, the planes structure, magic, and ebrrron up with a short first level adventure titled The Forgotten Forge. On that note, I would also recommend checking out Keith Baker’s blogs.
Worse still, nothing in the picture suggests that there’s supposed to be anything abnormal about them! It’s not long on pages, but is def long on utility. Although later entries would, with varying quality, give setting information about most of the campaign setting, only Sharn presented it with my desired level of detail.
There are also random “shifting zones”. Forge of War has tons of interesting history and I think it adds a lot of understanding of the setting as does Dragonmarked. I’ve been reading through those. For story and sourcwbook information that’s not edition suorcebook.
If you are going to be in Sharn, get the City surcebook Towers. The 1st chapter of the 4e book does a really great job at summarizing the setting in 30ish pages. Errors The following errors occurred with your submission. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. The Five Nations book is good for general main country lore.
Over the next week, we’ll get things rolling a bit more. Orwell’s nightmare as a medieval fantasy where big brother is psychic outsiders from the realm of dreams. Posted By Abstruse Thursday, 27th December, ,