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The Noble Wild


2008 ENnie Award Nominee!

This exciting book introduces comprehensive rules for playing intelligent animals in a wide variety of game settings and situations. It will be popular with everyone from groups that want to try all-animal or mixed animal/humanoid parties, to players who want to expand the options for their animal companions and familiars, to game masters who are looking for interesting and unexpected foes to run against their players.

Features of this "Animal Player’s Handbook" include:

  • Statistics for more than 60 playable species of noble animal;
  • Modifications and additions to existing classes, skills, and feats appropriate to animal characters;
  • A new basic character class, the Greater Familiar;
  • Eight new Prestige Classes, including the Man-Eater and War Mount;
  • Special rules for the use of magic by animal characters;
  • Information on running several different sorts of campaigns, along with guidelines for Modern scenarios;
  • Deeds, magical abilities acquired by performing heroic actions;
  • Rules for several new types of magical treasures, including Fetishes, Jujus, and Spellthralls;
  • Hundreds of illustrations;
  • A 24-page set of Noble Animal Spell Lists
  • And much more!
Check out all the Noble Wild Products:
The Noble Wild Character Sheets
The Noble Wild Bonus Deed Tree: ‘Claws of the Sirocco’
Noble Animal Spell Lists
'The Noble Wild' Holiday Bonus Pack
Updated Animal Familiars

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November 27th, 2012
When Savage Species came out for the main 3E D&D system it truly opened the door to play any character you want! When Noble Wild debuted I was ecstatic. Noble wild presents many types of animals for you to play as a character class, but keep in min [...]
April 17th, 2008
This is my first review, so I hope I do it justice. First, let me say that I tend to shy away from the modern idea of “humanized” animals as it sometimes leads down that slippery slope towards contemporary anthropomorphism (i.e. Furry Fandom). Howe [...]
February 15th, 2008
For those of you that want to spice up your familiars...or even your campaign...this one's for you! I actually picked this up for the intelligent animal aspect, for my D20 Gamma World game, which is severly lacking in the animal department. With [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on February 13, 2008.