Eberron Campaign Setting (3e) – Find Action Around Every Corner of the a Dungeon Master also needs the Player’s Handbook, the Dungeon. Eberron Campaign Setting is a hardcover accessory for the edition of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. Eberron is a campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) role-playing game, set in a period after a vast destructive war on the continent of Khorvaire.
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Andrew19 rated it liked it Jan 13, Its somewhat poorly written in terms of balance and can easily be broken with such classes as the artificer. Sep 04, James Bowman rated it really liked it Shelves: Books by Keith Baker.
The other two main continents are Sarlona a continent ruled by quoricreatures from the Region of Dreams and Argonnessen a continent inhabited by dragons. High-level magic, including resurrection spells, is less common than in most other settings. Andy Olson rated it really liked it Dec 10, Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. Very good design and nice illustrations.
But as a guidebook to Eberron, this is immensely useful, even for someone about to run the 4E game, for whom the rules info isn’t useful.
These ‘houses’ that I mentioned are the Dragonmarked houses of Khorvaire. July Learn how and when to remove this template message. See all 7 pre-owned listings. The setting primarily takes place in Khorvairethe most populated continent. Dragonlance deities Dragohs Realms deities Greyhawk deities. This pool is refilled when the artificer gains levels, or by draining power from an existing magical item destroying the item in the process.
Eberron Campaign Setting
However, low-level magic is much more pervasive, primarily provided by the Dragonmarked houses. I mean, robots are just interesting, because they can be used in so many different ways, and Warforged are fantasy robots, but with a soul and personality and a rather tragic history. The Shifter, Changeling, beerron Kalashtar sungeons are also interesting, and add to the tapestry of the world, but it is the Warforged that is the star of the show.
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Apr 12, Charles rated it really liked it Shelves: So yes, the setting innovates while working with anything contained in the 3. This allows me freedom to invent what happened in the years not mentioned in the book while keeping all of the history. The world of Stting is awesome, and campxign better than almost any other campaign setting designed from the wizards of the coast.
But I’ve kept all the Eberron books for reference.
Khyber was winning, and tore the body of Siberys asunder. Siberys created the dragonsEberron created humanoids and other “lower races”, and Khyber created the “demons” of the world.
My players and I sat around and talked for hours about which direction certain Warforged-centric campaigns could go, and we had a blast devising and then running through several different flavors which took advantage of this new, unique race.
Baker aimed to fuse the energy of pulp adventure and film noir settings to traditional fantasy settings  and steampunk. Jul 28, Chuck rated it it was amazing. Artificers have access to a pool of “craft points” which act as extra experience points only for use in creating magical items without sacrificing level attainment.
It’s got intrigue and pulp adventure and vague steampunk undertones. Alignment is slightly more muddied than in other official settings. The film noir, magicpunk setting that will enrapture you with its many dark plots, adventures and misteries.
Characters receive a set allotment of single-use action points each character level. Bet it’d be a lot of fun to play acmpaign Why are they called Dragonmarks?
However, the situation often arises in the campaign world that oppositely aligned characters will side with each other briefly if a threat looms over all, and also both good and evil characters will infiltrate each other’s organizations for purposes of espionage.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. As a setting alone it would be worth a good look, because the history and geography is interesting, and it makes me enjoy even more that people convinced me to run a campaign set in Eberron.