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ARTIFACTS: Lawn of the Dead

ARTIFACTS: Lawn of the Dead

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This 20 page pdf contains 11 artifacts with an undead theme. Inside you will find a wide variety of artifacts from the Bone Sword to the Wooden Army of Kristiane. Each Artifact has Name, a Common Name for flavor, a Description, and a detailed History.

Written by Nathan Hill and illustrated by Brad McDevitt, there is plenty here to sink your teeth in for your 3.5e Fantasy Campaing.

This zip file contains a Landscape PDF for easy online reading, Portrait PDF for low-ink printing, and our standard RTF version so that you can cut/copy/paste to your hearts content!

"Lawns of the Dead does offer a nice selection of magical items with a fair range of power that literally goes from children's toys to ungodly tools of destruction... The fact that the art consistently matches the theme, even with the classic pieces, is the last nail on this excellent collection. Game masters should take a look, and players should worry."

"Overall it is a nice PDF that offers a series of undead themed artifacts. If undead are a large part of ones campaigns, then this would be a god book to pick up and to use. Many of the artifacts are good to be used as a plot device."

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February 3rd, 2005
Again, I worry that the titles in this series may deter from the sales of what are really pretty fine products. This (along with Ducks of Ultimate Doom) was one of those things that I skipped over in a product listing because it looked like a joke... [...]
November 12th, 2004
Nice ideas. Fantasy Gm's should pick this one up. Modern GM's should be able to use some of the artifacts as well.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: Nice layout. Good background info.<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: Not much. [...]
October 30th, 2004
:) Fun! I am sure that I will beable to use this in my games :)<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Very Good<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br> [...]
August 23rd, 2004
This is written by the guy who did Eldritch Ass Kicking so I eagerly picked it up and I'm glad that I did. There are some really nice necromantic items in here. If your campaign tends to stray towards darker elements, you'll find a lot to like here. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on April 30, 2004.