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Lost Classes: Warrior Queen (D20 OGL)

Lost Classes: Warrior Queen (D20 OGL)

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Since the dawn of time, men have dominated the warring professions. Though women occasionally become warriors, rare are those who achieve the status of living legends. Most women combatants of great prowess are regarded with a strange mixture of adulation and trepidation. Some are hailed as heroes and peacemakers, while others are dreaded and spurned. The rare women who earn the title of Warrior Queens inspire patriotic vigilance and military ardor in others. They can rally entire populations to their cause and often lead massive armies into battle. The mythical deeds of the Warrior Queens are consistently sung all over the world and the names of these legendary figures are remembered long after their passing. This four page Warrior Queen Prestige Class PDF is an easy-to-integrate PC class and just the sort of thing needed for DMs to add depth to any great d20 fantasy campaign world and gaming session. Written by Richard Farrese.

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Peter I. [Featured Reviewer]
January 15th, 2007
Lost Classes: Warrior Queen is a short 4 page d20 product from LPJ Design. This product contains a single prestige class, and is one of numerous similar products in LPJ Design's Lost Classes series of products. The prestige class comes fully detailed [...]
Sean H. [Featured Reviewer]
December 22nd, 2006
The Warrior Queen is part of the Lost Classes series from the Devil?s Workshop / LPJ Design, a range of supplements that provide new prestige classes for D&D/D20 fantasy based on common fantasy (or should we say, super heroic) archetypes. This su [...]
Derek K. [Featured Reviewer]
December 8th, 2006
"Lost Classes - Warrior Queen" presents a 10-level prestige class instantly usable in your Dungeons & Dragons game. Presented by Louis Porter, Jr., Design and written by Richard Farrese, this supplement is easy to use and read, wasting [...]
May 24th, 2004
How does this guy do it? Each Lost class is a treasure! This one is no exception! [...]
May 24th, 2004
Excellent supplement. The writing is tight and top-notch, the design sound and interesting, and the class generic enough to fit pretty much anywhere but unique enough to deserve the title of "prestige class." Warrior Queen is a supplement tha [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on November 28, 2006.