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The grudge between the Warring Kingdoms of Nostria and Andergast has burned for almost two thousand years…

Do you seek a “three-handed sword” for your proud Andergastan knight? How about a longbow for your Nostrian huntswoman from the Forest Wilderness? The Armory of the Warring Kingdoms includes stats, rules, and artwork for all the weapons, armor, equipment, and unique artifacts of Nostria and Andergast—the Warring Kingdoms.

This comprehensive volume describes everyday tools such as hunting knives and spears, special equipment for knightly tournaments, heirloom blades such as the Andergastan combat mage’s stag-catcher, ritual weapons such as the druid’s flint dagger, and improvised weapons such as the Nostrian dike fork and the much-feared war scythe invented by the ingenious and resourceful citizens of the Warring Kingdoms.

This supplement also includes three example merchants, ready to open shop in your campaign. Steel weapons are rare and expensive in the Warring Kingdoms, so stock up for your next adventure while you still have coin to spend!

This supplement for the regional sourcebook The Warring Kingdoms includes expanded rules for weapons and equipment. To make full use of this supplement, you need the TDE Core Rules and the Aventuria Almanac.

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July 24, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on February 01, 2018.