Splatbook 132 - This Place Is Legendary....

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Splatbook 132 - This Place Is Legendary....

Post by rendclaw » Wed May 17, 2017 2:41 am

The sage has been paid well in this episode! Join DMs Cory, Brian, Fulongamer and Glen as they explore a legendary place of their own creation. First, they tackle some emails and then get to work. The fellas do an overview of the Tome of Magic supplement, then uncover an seldom-used spell Leomund’s secret chest, and Brainstorm about a legendary place.

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