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Lords of Madnessby Richard Baker
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An art-filled sourcebook about aberrations in the D&D world.
Lords of Madness: The Book of Aberrations takes a comprehensive look at the most bizarre monsters of the D&D world, and the heroes who fight them. It provides detailed information about beholders, mind flayers, aboleths, and other popular aberrations, while also introducing several new aberrations. In addition, this book provides new rules, feats, tactics, spells, and equipment for characters that hunt aberrations. Extensive story and campaign elements and flavor information add interest and dimension to playing or fighting creatures of this type. The book itself features a prestige format, with heavy use of art throughout and a full-painted cover.
This art-filled sourcebook about aberrations in the D&D world takes a comprehensive look at bizarre monsters and the heroes who fight them. Illustrations.
About the Author
RICHARD BAKER is a senior designer for Wizards of the Coast, Inc. His most recent roleplaying game design credits include Complete Arcane™ and Monster Manual™ v.3.5. Richard is also the New York Times bestselling author of the novel Condemnation.
JAMES JACOBS is the associate editor of Dungeon® Adventures and has also published numerous articles in Dragon® Magazine. His most recent credits with Wizards of the Coast, Inc. are co-authoring Races of Faerûn™ and Frostburn™.
STEVE WINTER has worked on numerous products as editor, designer, developer, and manager. His most recent credit with Wizards of the Coast, Inc. is Monster Manual™ II.
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