Gunslinger Handbook (3.5e Sourcebook)
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The smell of black powder in the air can be just as satisfying as the sound of clashing steel or the sight of powerful spells ravaging the battlefield. Firearms are a very big part of warfare and have been for centuries, but they are mostly ignored by (pseudo medieval) D&D settings. Although recent efforts have been made to include firearms in games, many of these efforts have some problems.
This supplement for the D&D game presents a simple and intuitive ways to include firearms in your games.
- Lead and Black Powder
- Steaming with Fury
- Fury of the West
- Advanced Firearms
- Legendary Firearms
- Miscellaneous Equipment
Chapter 3: Desperado's Best Friend
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|Identifier||3.5e Sourcebook +|
|Summary||The smell of black powder in the air can be just as satisfying as the sound of clashing steel or the sight of powerful spells ravaging the battlefield. +|
|Title||Gunslinger Handbook +|