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E.N. Guilds - Banking Guild

E.N. Guilds - Banking Guild

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Banking Guild

Written by: Robert Sullivan
Art by: Joe Minns

If you thought banks were all about holding your character's wealth, think again. Add to your fantasy world a system of banking little before explored. Here is the glimpse into a complex guild where wealth can influence not only adventurers, but nations.

From E.N. Publishing comes a new line of books: E.N. Guilds. Starting the series off, we bring you the Banking Guild. Enter the world of fantasy financing as never seen before. Adventuring parties can now take out loans, buy life insurance, invest in stocks and fund expensive quests. You'll never look at fantasy banks the same way again.

E.N. Guild books bring you a resource of knowledge and crunchy rules. This first fully bookmarked pdf venture into the secrets of fantasy guilds brings you 26 pages of material ready to use immediately.

This e-book includes:

? A detailed overview of true banking, stock exchange, and insurance.
? A new variant each for Knowledge and Craft skills involving money, and one new feat.
? Two new prestige classes.
? Three new spells and a new monster (the lead ooze).
? Magic bank vaults and alternative currencies.
? A brief glimpse at the gods of Theft, Commerce, and Greed.
When you purchase this product, you receive a zip file containing two editions of the PDF. One is extensively bookmarked for on-screen use, and the second is designed for easy printing.
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Chris G. [Featured Reviewer]
August 23rd, 2006
This is one of the books that I have really been looking forward to seeing. It is rare that I see a book come out about my job; I work in a bank and have for many years. MY father was in insurance and my sister is in investments so I have a bit of real [...]
July 6th, 2005
I don't imagine that many will find this product as useful as I did, but then I am a huge dork. The information in here is truly for the die-hard DM looking to add an element to their campaign that their players by and large will most likely not give [...]
May 29th, 2005
This was nice. It wasn't great, but it was nice. If you don't use d20 this isn't very useful. There's spells, and feats, and prestidge classes as always. The actual banking info wasn't as intensive as I would have liked. I could get all of t [...]
March 30th, 2005
Not bad. Nothing ground breaking but a useful little book for giving a general idea on how banking would work in a fantasy setting. A surprising amount of story generating material, too. (Whose job is it to recover the body in a Raise Dead life insu [...]
March 4th, 2005
I had expected more adventure ideas centered about fantasy banking, more details about organisations etc<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: nice artwork<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: the prestige classes<br><br>& [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on March 01, 2005.