Enquanto eu respondia comentários de uma matéria sobre D&D 4E no Bym Adventures passei no Amazon para ver a quantas anda minha receita de bolo, percebo que ha novas coisas sendo vendidas sobre D&D 4E:

Martial Power: A 4th Edition D&D Supplement (D&D Rules Expansion)

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New options for fighters, rangers, rogues, and warlords.

This tome focuses on the martial heroes: characters who rely on their combat talents and keen wits for survival.

This book provides new archetypal builds for the fighter, ranger, rogue, and warlord classes, including new character powers, feats, paragon paths, and epic destinies.

Martial Power is the first of a line of player-friendly supplements offering hundreds of new options for D&D characters.

Tava demorando ¬¬

Adventurer’s Vault: A Guide to Weapons, Equipment, and Treasure for Your Character (D&D Supplement)

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Hundreds of new weapons, tools, and magic items for your D&D character.

This supplement for the Dungeons & Dragons game presents hundreds of magic items, weapons, tools, and other useful items for your D&D character. Whether you’re a player looking for a new piece of equipment or a Dungeon Master stocking a dragon’s hoard, this book has exactly what you need.

The book features a mix of classic items updated to the 4th Edition rules and brand-new items never before seen in D&D.

Um guia de armas e equipamentos? Para mim nunca interessou muito, mas vamos ver o que a Wizard tem para nos surpreender…

Manual of the Planes: A 4th Edition D&D Supplement (D&D Rules Expansion)


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If you seek to stem this tide of chaos at its source, follow my lead–I set out for the dreaded Abyss on the morrow.
–Lord Amgar the Bold, Paladin of Bahamut

The planes have always been a place of great mystery and danger in the Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game, and the new array of planes debuting in 4th Edition continue that grand tradition. Home to gods and devils, demons and genies, fey and titans, these strange dimensions offer unlimited adventure opportunities for Dungeon Masters and their players.

This useful travel guide also comes in handy for players seeking to battle demons, devils, elementals, and other iconic D&D monsters native to the planes.

Meu manual dos planos é até legal, mas eu sinceramente não sei se compraria novamente…

Draconomicon I: Chromatic Dragons (D&D Rules Expansion)

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All about the most popular monsters of D&D–the dragons!

Draconomicon I: Chromatic Dragons describes several varieties of dragons, including red, blue, green, black, and white dragons, as well as three completely new chromatic dragons.

This sourcebook gives details of each dragon’s powers, tactics, myths, lairs, servitors, and more. In addition, this book provides new information about draconic nations (such as Arkhosia) and organizations, and how chromatic dragons fit into the D&D game. Wide-ranging story and campaign elements in the book give DMs ready-to-play material that is easily incorporated into a gane, including adventure hooks, quests, and pregenerated treasure hoards.

About the Author
BRUCE R. CORDELL is an Origins award-winning game designer for Wizards of the Coast, Inc., and co-wrote the new Forgotten Realms Campaign Guide. His long list of professional credits include the Expanded Psionics Handbook and Libris Mortis supplements.

ARI MARMELL has been shirking homework in favor of playing D&D since he was nine years old. Now a freelance writer, Ari has contributed to many D&D books, including Forge of War, Complete Mage, Tome of Magic, and Fortress of the Yuan-Ti.

ROBERT J. SCHWALB works as a freelance designer for Wizards of the Coast; his recent credits include Elder Evils, FiendishCodex II, and Exemplars of Evil, as well as numerous articles for D&D Insider. Robert lives in Tennessee with his incredibly patient wife Stacee and his pride of fiendish werecats, but is happiest when chained to his desk, toiling for his dark masters in Seattle.

Obvio, fez bastante sucesso na versão 3.5, agora querem repetir. Alias, eu achei que o Dragon do Dungeon and Dragon nessa edição foi ofuscado por suas mudanças mecânicas. Na outra edição se preocuparam muito em comentar sobre os dragões, nessa edição não lembro disso não. Vamos ver se esse se redime…