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Dragonstar Player's Companion

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Your Survival Guide to the Dragon Empire

 

Player’s Companion is an indispensable compendium of new classes, feats, spells, spellware, psionics rules, and more for the Dragonstar campaign setting. Player’s Companion is designed for both players and DMs. The book presents new options for both player characters and non-player characters, as well as new rules a DM can incorporate into his campaign.

  • More than 20 new prestige classes, including the arcane commando, imperial legionnaire, and Dark Zone explorer.
  • New feats and a variety of special schoools that allow characters to improve their skills and abilities, such as the Children of the Blade, the Duelists, and the Soldiers of the Iron Star.
  • New spells, such as might of the dragon and haywire, and new spellware enhancements, such as magic touch and golem arms.
  • A full chapter on integrating psionics and psionicist characters into Dragonstar, including new classes, new rules for existing classes, and new psionic feats, skills, and powers.

 

Requires the use of the Dungeons & Dragons® Player's Handbook, Third Edition, published by Wizards of the Coast®

 

 
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October 16th, 2008
A useful, but not essential suppliment to the Dragonstar Campaign. 60% of the book is new PrC classes unique to Dragonstar. The new spells help expand the role of the spellcaster in this Sci-Fi setting. Spellware is interesting but I was disappointed [...]
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