D. Cook's Book of Artifacts (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Rulebook) PDF
By D. Cook
A part of the center principles to the AD&D moment variation video game approach, this e-book offers certain info on magical goods and the way to lead them to. a while 12 and up. All avid gamers and video game masters. Illustrations, a few in colour.
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Jojonek soon found patrons coming to his shop to admire his work. Jojonek began to brag to any and all who would listen that it was his artistic ability that had enabled him to craft such a fine piece of work. Of course, the gods were listening, and were not pleased. Within weeks Jojonek's family began to worry about him. He had become irritable, and all of his work of late was flawed. Jojonek had begun to believe his visitors were trying to steal his greatest creation. Finally, Jojonek fled the dwarven home with the Jacinth, muttering, "Stay back!
Followers of the original deity will want their relics returned. Warlords will want the healing power for their armies. Wizards may covet the potion-making powers of the items. Characters must be ready to fight to keep the artifacts. Once their need has passed, the artifacts should be removed. Ideally, the characters return the relics to their proper masters, or else they finally fall prey to the relentless efforts to buy, steal, or seize the items. If absolutely necessary, the original deity can appear and claim the items.
At the end of the adventure, the characters could experiment with the organ, although this would be most foolish. Alternatively, if the DM wants to remove the artifact, it can simply vanish as soon as a song is poorly played. 3. ) is important for, if set incorrectly, the Organ's curse is automatically triggered. Once all the stops have been set, the song can be played. A successful proficiency check must be made by one skilled in playing such an instrument. If failed, the character has erred during the course of playing, potentially triggering a bad effect.
Book of Artifacts (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Rulebook) by D. Cook