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|Identifier||3.5e Sourcebook +|
|Rated By||Karrius +, Tarkisflux +, Jota +, Leziad +, Ganteka Future + and Ghostwheel +|
|Rating||Rated 3.8 / 4 +|
|Summary||This is the third installment of our serie … |
This is the third installment of our series exploring portions of the D&D experience that don't work at all, began with the Tome of Necromancy and continued with the Tome of Fiends. This work focuses on the most central of perplexing legacies: The Dungeon. We know you love Dungeons, but you probably have more than a little difficulty justifying them to yourself or to other players of the game.yourself or to other players of the game. +