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Tournaments, Fairs, and Taverns: D&D 3.5

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This is the original D&D 3.5 version of this book. There is a separate Pathfinder version.
D20 sourcebook containing various "games within the game". Need rules for a card game or a fairground contest for your game? Need a quick archery tournament, or rules for arm-wrestling? Then this is the book for you! Also includes a sample tournament, fair and tavern making full use of these rules and plenty of new uses for old skills. This book also includes brand new d20 rules for drinking, a new system for the resolution of opposed skill and ability checks over time, a simple system for running conpetitions involving hundeds of competitors and much more.

Now your PCs can engage one another in a battle of wits, compete in an jousting tourney or a national poker competition. You can run exciting races and chases, indulge in a game of strategy or a magical duel. 29 games and contests of all different types, including martial contests, magical contests, common games of chance or skill and various fairground games. Plus three sample plug-in locations - a tournament, a fair and a tavern, making full use of these rules.

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This product is well done and easy to add into the game it added a lot to my last game. [...]
June 13th, 2015
"It comes in pints? I'm getting one!" - Pippen, The Fellowship of the Ring There are a lot of very useful supplemental rules in this. The drinking rules alone are worth it for my group—they've very well thought out, and what campaign [...]
December 5th, 2014
I don't usually do reviews. You'll see why shortly. Basically this product was not worth its cost. It has only a superficial description of any particular game and then a dry list of difficulty numbers. In other words, the easiest thing possible to com [...]
March 24th, 2009
One of the Best sorcebooks I ever laid my hands on- You can use it in any Fantasy/DarkAge Setting. [...]
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June 24th, 2007
Review of Tournaments, Fairs, and Taverns by Natural 20 Press This is one of the most universally useful books I have ever seen. It is also a fun read. Tournaments, Fairs, and Taverns is a pdf book about contests and games. They have done a grea [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on May 03, 2002.