Splatbook 137 - The Battle of Bones, The Hill of Lost Souls

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Splatbook 137 - The Battle of Bones, The Hill of Lost Souls

Post by rendclaw » Tue Oct 10, 2017 7:17 pm

We take another trip to Toril in this episode! Join DM’s Glen, Fulongamer and Brian as they explore a rather interesting region of the Realms. After answering a couple of emails, they get down to it. First they discuss the various levels of zombies, and then go deep into the Forgotten Realms supplement, The Battle of Bones /Hill of Lost Souls.

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Snipe Hunt – Zombies (normal, Zombie Lord, Ju-ju Zombie)
Getting out of Dodge - Forgotten Realms - Elminster's Ecologies Appendix 1 - The Battle of Bones/The Hill of Lost Souls
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