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The Wise & The Wicked

 * '''Published:''' 17 December 2001
 * '''Publisher:''' Sword & Sorcery Studios
 * '''Author:''' Mario Boulanger, Chris Campbell, Roosevelt T. Eldridge, Michael Gill, Conrad Hubbard, Ben Iglauer, Kristian Kime, K. David Ladage, Ben Monk, Anthony Pryor, Stuart "Karis" Renton, Ethan Skemp, James Stewart, Jason Ungart, Steve Wieck, Stewart Wieck
 * '''Format:''' 128 page softcover
 * '''Rules:''' D&D 3.0 Edition
 * '''Product:'''
   * [[|RPG Geek]]
   * [[|RPG Net]]
   * [[|Scarred Lands Wiki]]
   * [[|TSR Archive]]
 * '''Review:'''
   * [[|RPG Net]]
   * [[|RPG Net]]

Requires the user of the Dungeons & Dragons Players Handbook, Third Edition, published by Wizards of the Coast.

Sword and Sorcery books are published under the Open Gaming License and are 100% compatible with 3rd edition rules.

Champions of Gods and Titans

The Wise and the Wicked introduces a host of extraordinary movers and shakers - those who carry out the will of the fates and who can be valuable friends, useful resources or tenacious foes for the player characters of your campaign. Herein you will meet King Virduk, master of a vast and powerful empire of evil, and his wife Geleeda, beautiful and black-hearted. Also introduced are heroes like Katonis, vigilant of Vesh; Meerlah the Bard, infamous throughout the realm; and Andelais the incarnate, servant of nature. As for Yugman the Sage, the mysterious and capricious source of wisdom and knowledge: who can say what side he is on? These people and others lurk within the pages of this volume, a compendium of fascinating characters suitable for campaigns in both the Scarred Lands and elsewhere - the kind and the cruel, the courageous and the craven and, of course, The Wise and the Wicked.

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