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A Necromancer's Grimoire: Marchen der Daemonwulf


Master the Power of Lycanthropy!

 Werewolves have long been figures of fascination. Dating back to ancient times, tales of men who transformed into wolves are nearly as old as civilization itself. There is something primal about the werewolf, about the ability to rid oneself of the restraints of society, and live free like a predatory, ruthless animal.

 Marchen der Daemonwulf brings the power of the werewolf into your hands. The lycaonite class not only provides a number of werewolf-related powers, but also ties the character closely to the phases of the moon, waxing and waning alongside it. Further, the book contains over 50 werewolf-related feats, designed to allow a player or DM to create his own assortment of werewolf powers, in a similar style to Necromancers of the Northwest's first book, Liber Vampyr.

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September 16th, 2011
A Necromancer's Grimoire: Marchen der Daemonwulf by Necromancers of the Northwest This product is 28 pages long. It starts with a cover, ToC, forward, and credits. (4 pages) Introduction (22 pages) This introduces the racial class Lycaon [...]
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February 13th, 2011
I really don’t know where the current zeitgeist of “werewolves vs. vampires” came from, but lately it’s been everywhere. From the Underworld movies to Twilight, the two somehow seem to have become natural enemies, or at least counterparts. Give [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on January 24, 2011.