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Laying the Smack Down! Revision 1.1

Laying the Smack Down! Revision 1.1

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When butts must be kicked and names must be taken, accept no substitutes! Laying the Smack Down! is a hearty helping of choice d20 combat goodness, and the first supplement for Deeds Not Words Revision 1.1, the popular d20 super-hero resource from Cryptosnark Games!

Originally released in August, 2002, LTSD has been revised and expanded to conform to Revision 1.1 standards as well as the latest adjustments to the d20 system. Are you looking for longbows that can launch four-foot metal spars through automobile doors? Deadly combinations of 15 different worldwide martial arts styles? Lethal advanced fighting techniques like daga y daga kali? Even more exotic weapons, historical firearms, and improvised weapons? New ways to change "I lost five hit points," into "That guy tore my fingers off and pinned me to the wall with them?" You'll find all that and more in Laying the Smack Down! Revision 1.1!

Expect the following:

  • More than 175 new feats, including new martial arts style feats and adapted feats from the d20 Modern SRD;

  • Rules for oversized ranged weapons for super-strong characters;

  • New armor and protective gear;

  • New classes of powered armor;

  • New injury and hit location options;

  • Trick projectiles, including 25 different types of special-purpose arrows;

  • Background information for two worldwide fighting organizations. Wrestle super-powered opponents on pay-per-view television in the Unlimited Mayhem Federation, or face off against superhuman kumite fighters in the illicit worldwide Shadow Tournament; and
  • Last but not least, more than 60 pregenerated NPC opponents of all classes and power levels are also provided! Vie with vampires, martial artists, cybernetic monsters, super-soldiers, secret agents, mutant champions, and other dangerous opponents, ranging from a meager Threat Rating of 2 to a world-beating TR 27!

    Laying the Smack Down 1.1 weighs in at 110 pages, written by Scott Lynch, featuring illustrations by Clarence Harrison and Jason Lego.

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    February 18th, 2005
    A great addition to Deeds Not Words. It starts with about 14 pages of feats, about 14 pages of weapons and armor (including quite a lot of improvised weapons), about 6 pages of combat rules, and about 60 pages of NPCs and setting data.<br><br [...]
    November 11th, 2004
    Combat. Fighting. Mayhem. All these things and more. What a great suppliment to the DnW line!<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Very Good<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br> [...]
    January 17th, 2004
    Great Product. Looking forwaard to more. The added feats and sample characters are well thought out [...]
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