There is a 5 page preview (that includes the contents page) if you want to figure out more).Skirmisher Publishing at DriveThru RPG wrote:Dhanurvidya & Varman: The Arms & Armor of India (4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons)
From Skirmisher Publishing
Licensed for use with the 4th Edition of the Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game, this fully-illustrated supplement contains more than 70 new powers; full descriptions and statistics for 24 weapons and 20 items of armor or shields; two new weapon groups; and a section on familiar weapons that might appear in an Indian milieu.
While a few arms and armor items from India appear in traditional D&D campaigns, the region's rich and colorful variety of ancient and medieval armaments are largely unknown in most campaign settings. Such arms and armor can be used both to enhance the action of a traditional campaign and to punctuate the distinct, exciting adventures and characters possible in settings inspired by the vast region.
This book contains information about the weapons used throughout the Indian subcontinent - to include what are now the nations of India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, along with the border regions of Afghanistan, Bhutan, Burma, Nepal, and Tibet - from the most ancient times right up to the pre-Colonial era. It also considers significant influences on the arms and armor of India, such as the 900-year Muslim domination of the region that began in the 7th century A.D.
I was wondering if this might be useful with a setting like Mahasarpa. But the book is written for 4e, while Mahasarpa was written for 3e, so a bit of converting might be required.
I guess someone might also want to hack together some sort of Indian-inspired Points of Light world.
Does anyone know of any Indian-like campaign settings that run under 4e rules?