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I was very pleased to see that each of the new monsters got its own illustration this time, although some of them were a bit odd like, how does the deathlock’s cape on page 94 stay up? Of course feats are another way to customize a character. I did think the parts on undead psychology and society could be expanded though, since it would have been cool if this went into more detail.
One should be deleted or annotated as a bonus feat. Curtis Hay rated it really liked it Jul 08, The graphic production specialist was Angelika Lokotz, with Candice Baker as image technician.
With 1 HD, it should have 1 feat, not 2. One of the things I like about WoTC breakdowns is that they go by class and level, and for arcane spellcasters, by school. No Level Adjustment is given. On the other hand, since Libris Mortis is much more than just a book of monsters, I can’t really focus as much weight upon the stat errors in this book as I did with Monster Manual III.
I assume 1d6 is accurate; it’s a Small creature. There were even quite a few instances where 3.
Those aimed at a player include some like Energize Spell where you have to be nonevil and have no ability to rebuke undead. A good book with plenty of interesting new prestige classes and monsters. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Chapter three, “Prestige Classes”, introduces eleven new prestige classes. One should either be removed or annotated as a bonus feat.
Cartography was provided by Dennis Kauth, with the cover designed by Tom Libfis. It also makes Toughness pretty pointless unless you have less than 3 HD, since Improved Toughness is a General feat, available even to the living. How do umbral creatures replicate themselves, then? A pretty typical themed sourcebook, this one around the undead.
And that’s my list. No other creatures have evoked such fear and fascination as this dreadful menagerie of malevolent spirits and mindless shells. And while I am overall very pleased with the concepts of most of the new creatures presented in Libris Mortisonce again I’m simply shocked at the vast number of mistakes made in their statistics. Since there are NPCs scattered throughout several of the other chapters and many of those had errors with their stats as wellall in all I think there are probably more stat errors in Libris Mortis than there were in Monster Manual III – not a very good trend there, WotC!
Published October 8th by Wizards of the Coast first published October 1st Eric rated it it was amazing Feb 14, Unfortunitally, while editing mistakes would be caught in the final version, linris would be hurt from all the illegal PDF versions being released before the book, rather then a week after One has only 3 levels in all, and another has 14!
Plenty of options for both PCs and DMs. Other books in the series. Sunday, 29th August, Return to Book Page. Similar books published since include Lords of Madness.
Libris Mortis: The Book of the Undead
Lists with This Book. Derek rated it it was ok Aug 17, And wouldn’t you expect the industry leader to do a better job at the stat ths than this? Join Date Jun Posts 12, Also, “Familiar” is listed as a Special Quality, but he’s chosen not to summon a familiar.
Views Read Edit View history. Well worth the investment for any campaign in which any undead will be present.
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Sorator rated it liked it Jun 12, The feats and spells are all relevant to the topic at hand, and seem pretty well balanced, although naturally some of them will probably see much more use than others.
Dragon offers the best chance for prestige and getting noticed, but organs such as Pyramid pay nearly the equivalent for only electronic rights. Some of these are using undead as simple monsters, often relying on the brainless creatures or using undead as masterminds, requiring the GM to use the more intelligent undead.