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E.N. Critters - Beyond the Campfire

E.N. Critters - Beyond the Campfire

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E.N. Critters 2
Beyond the Campfire

Pages 50
Written by Bearded Dragon
Illustrated by Guillotine Studios

What creatures of the darkness lurk just beyond the periphery of the firelight as you settle down for the night? Four new nightshades lurk within the shadows themselves, while other creatures are drawn to the warmth of the fire, or to the campers themselves.

Now in colour, the second book in the E.N. Critters line brings you 24 illustrated creatures for your d20 fantasy campaign.

The creatures in this volume are primarily of lower challenge ratings as when parties reach the higher levels they are more likely to use magic such as secure shelter, teleport, tiny hut and so forth to avoid having to camp under the stars unaided.

For Volume 2 we have added three new features ? full color illustrations, suggested knowledge tables and counter sheets. Each critter now has a table to aid GMs in determining what characters know about them on a successful Knowledge check. In addition, counters (front and back) for all critters in the book have been included after the statistics pages. The counter pages are set up to be printed two-sided on cardstock although you may just as easily print them out on two sheets of paper and glue them to the front and back of even thicker cardboard.


This product is available in two formats, PDF and Print. The print edition is a perfect-bound B&W softcover book and does not include the counters in the book. However, it does come bundled with the PDF edition, which includes the counters, so you can print off as many counters as needed.


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November 10th, 2006
Hi, I bought EN Critters Volume 2 and am very pleased with it. This is my first purchase of a bundle of E.N. Publishing books and its definitely "no regrets" for me. <br><br><b>LIKED</b>: This book contains more [...]
May 17th, 2006
These creatures were usable and some were even good. It was okay for the money.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Acceptable<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br> [...]
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