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Trees of Fantasy

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Your players attack the pirates, finding them in the cave at the end of their pirate cove. The pirates are defeated and of course there are buckets of gems and gold and… well… actually… most likely not. Pirates are also businessmen. The point of this is to make money, but you don't make money by just stealing money. You steal cargo. Chances are the cave is full of stolen shipments.

And one of the most important resources throughout history is also one of the least thought about. Trees, and the wood that comes from them, are a vital part of a world. Now Trees of Fantasy provides you with 23 unique fantasy trees. Each tree comes with its own stat block, detailed explanation about its special properties, and how it impacts a campaign setting.

Beautifully illustrated by artist Larkin Livesay, this work also includes a host of new mundane items, weapons, armor, staves, variant wondrous items, and variant traps that take full advantage of the trees' unique properties.

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July 26th, 2006
This product will have every elf player you know hugging you like you were a tree. There are 23 non-magical, non-treant trees designed for a fantasy world in this PDF. So what?s so exciting about trees? Plenty, when you examine this PDF. Each tree [...]
Peter I. [Featured Reviewer]
July 25th, 2006
Trees of Fantasy is a 26 page pdf product. This product is a stand-alone pdf from Bards and Sages that features 23 fantasy trees, and in particular details the properties, descriptions and special qualities of the woods that derive from these fantasy [...]
Nathan C. [Featured Reviewer]
July 11th, 2006
Going out on a limb, the team at Bards and Sages has presented a decent product with their releast of Trees of Fantasy. Trees of Fantasy is a supplement that provides details on 23 different types of trees to import into your d20 game. Trees of [...]
Sean H. [Featured Reviewer]
July 8th, 2006
Trees of Fantasy by Bards and Sages is a 24-page source-book of fantastic trees and types of wood. As the introduction of the book points out the trade in lumber and worked wood has a long and profitable history and it should be no different in a fant [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on July 07, 2006.