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Class Spell Cards II: Cleric

Class Spell Cards II: Cleric

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Class Spell Cards II: Cleric

All the Cleric spells from the 3.5 System Reference Document (SRD) in easy to use Spell Card format.
A great boon for players and Game Masters alike - you'll never again need to search the core rulebooks for those pesky spell descriptions and parameters!

(Disclaimer: This PDF is not for on-screen-usage. You'll need to print out the Spell Cards.)

All the spell's parameters give only the relevant information for that class - no divine focus for bards, for instance. Additionally, every cross-reverence was expanded - no spell tells you to search other spells for information anymore!

Two PDFs in one ZIP (1.62 MB total):
- Introduction (26 pages)
- Cleric (70 pages, 304 spells)

If possible, print out the Demo before purchase. If you don?t like the result of those pages, you won't like the Class Spell Cards.

All updates to the Class Spell Cards will be free for everybody who purchased them.

Make sure to check out our free but blank Spell Cards.
If you need more than a single class, check out the Complete Spell Cards, featuring each and every spell from the SRD, sorted by class. You won't need any Class Spell Cards if you purchase the Complete Spell Cards, because the Complete Spell Cards has it all (hence the name).

Note: the Cards are of course of the same size, front and back, and aligned at the exact centre. Check out these two pictures SpellCardsFB.jpg (145kb) and SpellCardsFB2.jpg (85kb) for proof - these are screenshots of front and back merged together (no.1 is a detail view at 100%, no2. is a whole page at 50%).
This proof seemed necessary because of a review claiming otherwise.

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May 11th, 2008
very good, easy to use and good quality product, nice and cheap. [...]
May 21st, 2007
Great resource. I use these cards for quick reference for playing a cleric and so does my RPGing wife.<br><br> <b>LIKED</b>: Completeness and detail.<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: small print<br><br&g [...]
December 28th, 2004
Easy to use and simple concept done perfectly. I want an update for FRCS.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: Easy to read, no artwork or funny fonts in the way<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: NA<br><br><b>QUA [...]
May 2nd, 2004
I find these to be very useful for my divine spellcaster. I use these cards like I do the D&D Mini cards. Good job. [...]
February 16th, 2004
Best spell cards I've seen. Print them out on some card stock and you have everything your spellcaster needs to know about his spells. No digging though the PHB for that spell description. Well worth the price. Pick up the blank cards PDF and a [...]
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The Other Game Company
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