Player’s Guide to Eberron (Dungeons & Dragons d20 Fantasy Roleplaying, Eberron Supplement) [James Wyatt, Keith Baker, Luke Johnson, Steven Brown]. Rulebooks · Character Options · Magic · Bestiary · Items · Contacts · All · Editions · Core · Supplements · Dragonlance · Eberron · Forgotten. Player’s Guide to Eberron is a supplement to the edition of the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. Contents. 1 Contents; 2 Publication history.
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Lead a noble l i f playedsand encourage others to do 2. You don’t unders tand why people are so interested in you, and you often wish they’d just leave you alone. But the PCs and their chosen foes are like pinpoints of bright light and utter darkness in a much larger sea of murky gray, fighting an u n en d i n g crusade that can easily become a tool in someone’s play for power within the platers. You strive for an ideal of personal purity appropriate to the puri ty you would like to see in the world.
An out landerfor example, could be a half-ling barbar ian from the Talenta Plains or a half-orc warlock from the Shadow Marches. Heed the words of the Keeper.
Only the members of this noble house can ascend to the Undy ing C o u r t.
In doing so, they adhere to tra-ditions that originated among the elves of Xen ‘dr ikwhen the giants ruled the world. Be wary of people who look like typical pract i t ioners of their profession but show no ability for the jobsuch as a blacksmith who has trouble hefting a hammer or a cleric who cannot heal the injured.
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Khorvaire, Sarlona, Xen’drik, and Argonnessen. Eber ron sang, apart from the others, and life sprouted in the void. A clay pot filled with grave dirt and another filled with pure water. Out landers are rarely welcome on this island, and stories say that the dead walk among the living.
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Your name is well known in academic circles: For the elves, it serves two purposes. O r maybe you’re fascinated with ancient ru insgreat monumentsor exotic cul tures.
T h e ancient giants of X e n ‘ d r i k buil t outposts in o ther lands as well, so ru ins from this era can also be found in the Shadow Marches and in par ts of Sar lona. Plyaers h e r e is no game-mechan ica l guode to choos ing a character archetype.
Clerics of this sect can choose from the domains of Endurance! Th is t ra in-ing assumes that you have at plsyers a basic g round ing in the doctrines of the faith, and instead focuses on practical techniques for fighting evil creatures and discerning the influence of such creatures on other people. T h e artificer’s n u m b e r of infusions per day does not increase after 20th level.
Your m i n d wanders even faster than your body, mak ing your speech seem d i sconnec ted at t imes. Not playefs r u i n and dungeon in Ebe r ron is connected to one of its great ancient civilizations or more recent catastrophic events. Khyber grew tired, and finally Eber ron enfolded and imprisoned Khyber, and the two dragons ceased their struggles.
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If you kill a grick with your swordwell, that sure was lucky, wasn’t it? Your devotion to the Host shines through every th ing you doat least, you hope it does. The positions were established before the Last War, so they reflect the divisions within the Kingdom of Galifar rather than the modern nations of Khorvai re.
Each line is descended from one of the tribes that followed Aeren from X e n ‘ guice r i kand each l ine includes a dozen or more separate families. For t housands upon thousands of years, war raged between the dragons and the i r couatl allies and the fiends of Khyber.
You cer tainly weren’ tthough you might hesitate to call yourself a hero.
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You’ve managed to keep one step ahead of them so faror maybe you haven’t, and “they” are your adventur ing companions. Most out landers make some effort to prac-tice the t radi t ions and rituals of their homeland no matter how far they travel.
As a prospective eberrom, you meet with a member of the clergysometimes one on one, sometimes in a small group with other worshipersto learn the basics of the faith. Aerenal contains manifest zones l inked to the plane of I r i anthe E te rna l Day, and many believe that this energy is required to sustain the Undying C o u r t. The Guid maintains its headquarters in Shae Mordai in Aerenal.
Its members police the wilds guied Aerenalpaying par t icular at tention to the manifest zones tied to Mabar, which draw necromancers and undead.
Now that’s a good story! For tens of thousands of years, the elves were slaves of the mighty giants of that cont inent. You’ve seen so much hatred and death that no th ing shocks you at this pointor at least that’s the image you project. As Khyber first t r iumphed over Siberys, so did the fiends at first t r iumph over the dragons. Anyone who has spent a significant amoun t of t ime among the m e m -bers of a specific race might notice a changel ing in disguise act ing strangely, b reak ing common taboos, be ing un fami l i a r with racial languages, and having unusual likes or dislikes.
T h e members of a noble house do not even breed among the eberton r gukde instead, they breed with other members of the line, keeping noble blood spread throughout the community.
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