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Nod 32

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NOD 32 features a new hex crawl that is right next door to the Nomo crawl from last issue. Nomo was a falling empire, but in Kisthenes the whole world might be going straight to Hell ... or Chaos. The nomads have conquered the great city of Ishkabibel and are now using its wealth and power not only to conquer the rest of Kisthenes, but to bring Tiamat (yeah, that Tiamat) into the material world from the Chaos beyond reality. Worse yet, the other cities of the plain are joining in, abandoning the old gods and gestating their own super-beasts to go toe to toe with the Queen of Chaos. Other features include: A new class that is fitting for this issue, the Prophet is a different kind of divine spellcaster, one who is bringing the news of a new deity into the world and trying to found a kingdom in that deity's name, The gods and goddesses of Mesopotamia, Rules for running circus campaigns in GRIT & VIGOR, and some notions on how (and why) to make monsters interesting for players as... More > well as their characters.< Less
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Published
June 10, 2017
Language
English
Pages
145
File Format
PDF
File Size
10.37 MB

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