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Template Troves, Volume II: Oozes & Aberrations


Silverthorne Games is pleased to announce Oozes & Aberrations as the second in our new line of creature supplements. Twenty new and exclusive templates are featured here by RPG industry veterans Philip J. Reed and Michael Hammes - from the blasphemous terror to the half-ooze to the rustwyrm! Template Troves, Volume II features nearly two dozen new and unique ways to transform, twist, and beef up monsters for your campaign!


About the Template Troves Series


One of the best and most flexible additions to the third edition revised game is the creature template. With a minimum of effort, DMs can create dozens of new and exotic creatures from monsters he or she already owns. Rather than spending untold amounts of money on each new $40 monster collection, templates allow for exciting variety at an economical price. To that end, we created Template Troves.

Each volume in this new series will be a loosely-themed collection of creature templates designed by a top professional from the RPG industry to inspire DMs with new and interesting ways to use existing creatures in their game.

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February 13th, 2005
This file has 20 templates. The ones for oozes include those affected by disease and those that are undead among others. The undead oozes can make a haunted graveyard so much more interesting. Those for aberrations include 4 half-nagas (a [...]
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