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[3.5/OGL] The Shaman


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Shamans are passionate followers of a path that often lies at an oblique angle to the pursuits of other people. While the pursuit of wealth, knowledge, and creature comforts is what drives most people, shamans have an insight into a world where the ambition is to help others, and in doing so, to progress towards a personal state of heightened spiritual awareness. This class book, useable in any d20 game, presents for the first time the 3.5 version of the Shaman first introduced in the Diomin corebook. Updated and expanded, this book provides rules for creating Shaman characters and interacting, binding, and commanding spirits.

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August 2nd, 2012
I can't see how to make this work in a fantasy setting. A raw foodist who loses his abilities if he eats processed food? And that includes honey as it is processed by bees - an example given. What about if the water has to be spelled clean? Or good [...]
July 30th, 2006
I've seen shaman-based products come and go since 2nd Edition AD&D. Since I actually know a little about real-life shamanism, I'm confident in pronouncing this book as the best game treatment of the shaman yet. The shaman class detailed here is als [...]
March 27th, 2006
I purchased this product for two related reasons. The first was to have information on the OtherWorld Creatons, Inc. Open Content Shaman class in one place, the other was to see what was changed between 3.0 and 3.5. Since the Diomin Worldbook e [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on March 23, 2006.