People really seem to love Eberron. I know the basic aesthetic of the setting but have very little information beside that. What’s the one book to. DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, EBERRON, D&D, DUNGEON MASTER, d20, d20 System, WIZARDS OF THE COAST, Player’s Handbook, Dungeon Master’s Guide. What is the best Eberron Sourcebook? What is the worst sourcebook? I want to buy some material before its out of print. I prefer fluff above.
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Forge of War has tons of interesting history and I think it adds a lot of understanding of the setting as does Dragonmarked. Retrieved from ” https: Welcome to Sourcebooi, the front page of the internet. The other books are fantastic at augmenting your understanding, but if you chop out all the 4e mechanics, it is hands-down the best standalone book of Eberron lore you can get your hands on.
Join Date Jan Posts 1, For those who are not familiar with Xen’Drik, it is Eberron’s “lost continent”, where 10s of thousands of years ago Giants Titans? Get’s a two thumbs up from me. Results 1 to 7 of 7. Log in or sign up in seconds. I’m planning on running an Eberron game for 5e, but haven’t picked up a setting book yet. On the other hand, my least favorite was Five Nations, owing to the multiple continuity errors in describing the 5 Nations, specifically Aundair.
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Originally Posted by me. I’m a fan of Five Nations even though it’s one of the more tame ones Khorvaire isn’t quite as exotic as some of the other continents. I want to buy some 3. Even with the table of contents, it’s not particularly intuitive.
[Eberron] Best Sourcebook?
Posted By Abstruse Thursday, 27th December, Those books such as sourcebpok Explorer’s Handbook and Secrets of Xen’drik would probably fit better into something like the DDI, if that had existed at the time.
On that note, I would also recommend checking out Keith Baker’s blogs. Magic sojrcebook Eberron is mostly crunch, and most of it is weird ‘n’ wacky stuff.
All these books are indeed good, but they are poor introductions to the setting. I mainly just want to sit down with well-written text and cool illustrations and soak in the magical technology, interesting factions and exotic locations.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I’d make a recommendation for the Player’s Guide to Eberronbut I have real issues with the way the content is presented dourcebook that book. Over the next week, we’ll get things rolling a bit more. This article may rely excessively on sources too closely associated with the subjectpotentially preventing the article from being verifiable and neutral.
Only two major towns exist, and one is basically “off limits” to the PC’s anyway. Another cool feature of Xen’drik is The Travellers Curse.
[5E] Which source book to use for setting info? : Eberron
Originally Posted by Zyzzyva. Tuesday, 22nd December, Views Read Edit View history. It might not be quite what you’re looking for, but I really enjoyed Secrets of Sarlona.
Originally Posted by Mr Beer.
Faiths of Eberron seems cheesy in parts, but it’s a very useful book nonetheless. If the Dragonmarked Houses are going to feature promiently then grab Dragonmarked.
However, now that I’m very familiar with it, I would have paid full price for it. Originally Posted by root. The book was released in and is essential for playing an Eberron game.
Eberron Campaign Setting (book)
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Scott The New World, Part 9: It’s not long on pages, but is def long on utility. I would def reccomend to take a half hour or so and read through some of it at your FLGS or Bookstore. So it makes for a great player-handout if your players are unfamiliar with the setting.