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The Moons of Arksyra

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A Fantasy Campaign Setting for the d20 System
112 pages, pdf
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In a distant galaxy, nine moons circle the gas giant Arksyra. Magically linked by the ancient and mysterious Ghiharan Towers, the Moons of Arksyra are home to many unique races and strange creatures, from the feline Ky-Bril to the twisted and evil Eledin. Available now as a downloadable PDF file, Moons of Arksyra is the first in a series of tabletop roleplaying sourcebooks and adventures for the d20 system, exploring this unique fantasy setting. The 112-page sourcebook includes details on the temperate moon of Inswar, along with new PC races, prestige classes, magic items, and monsters that convey the unique flavor of the Moons of Arksyra setting.

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Katherine W July 14, 2019 9:47 pm UTC
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Just a quick comment. Where the cleric domains are listed, the Weather domain is partially cut off (pg. 96), and the Wrath domain doesn't even appear. Might want to fix that.

I will leave a review once I have read and understood more of the book, though that might be awhile in coming. Overall, I like the setting, a nice twist from the whole medieval fantasy sword and sorcery world trope. I enjoy the latter too, but it's nice to have a change from time to time. :)
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