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Races of the Wild Review

by Merric Blackman

Third in the series of D&D 3.5e splat books that seek to expand upon the core races. Merric investigates the products offerings and reports his findings. [more]

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The Sound of Roleplaying

The Sound of Roleplaying

Pros: Haunting orchestral soundtrack, suitable for nearly any RPG.
Cons: Soundtrack-style music can be difficult to impliment in a tabletop session.
The Bottom Line: Whether you're a DM looking to spice up your game or just an orchestral music enthusiast, the D&D soundtrack is for you. [more]

Incomplete Divine

Incomplete Divine

Pros: Loads of new information and top usa online casinos ideas, some very cool new classes.
Cons: Not enough emphasis on druid-types, some very poor editing.
The Bottom Line: While a bit rough around the edges, Complete Divine holds enough new ideas to make it an interesting addition to any Dungeons and Dragons campaign. [more]

Redefining the Warrior

Redefining the Warrior

Pros: Plenty of new prestige classes, feats, and information.
Cons: A lacking equipment section, "oriental" classes not up to par.
The Bottom Line: Complete Warrior is a great start to the Complete series of Dungeons and Dragons supplemental rulebooks. [more]

3.5 For Newbies and Veterans

3.5 For Newbies and Veterans

Pros: A wealth of new information, for all experience levels.
Cons: Many 3.0 diehards may disagree with some of the changes.
The Bottom Line: There is enough new info in this book to make it a worthy purchase even for 3.0 diehards, and especially for D&D newbies. [more]

Campaign Cartographer 3

Campaign Cartographer 3

Making maps? Here is the best and only program you'll ever need. [more]

Races of Stone is rock solid.

Races of Stone is rock solid.

Pros: Tons of new information and ideas, beautiful artwork.
Cons: Suggested retail price is high, but you can find it at a decent price.
The Bottom Line: Whether you've been a fan of dwarves and gnomes for years, or you're looking for something fresh, Races of Stone is an excellent buy. [more]

Complete Psionic Review

Complete Psionic Review

I wrote this back when Complete Psionic first came out, but a combination of the site downtime and my own forgetfulness has delayed its release. If you're thinking about expanding or introducing psionics into your campaign world, though, here's why you should consider having Complete Psionic on your shelf. [more]

Tome of Battle: The Book of Nine Swords

Tome of Battle: The Book of Nine Swords

Mostly good. Some rough spots, but otherwise a good investment. [more]