One's castle is one's home!
Castle Sites offers a fascinating and detailed look into the workings of seven fantastic fortresses, inlcuding the following:
Kaurak Kholzil, a dwarven bastion built into the face of a cliff to protect a rich adamantium mine
Cloud Keep, the flying fortress of a storm giant clan
Dragon's Coffin, built to keep an ancient black dragon trapped inside its... [click here for more]
Dungeon Delving can be delightful. Wandering in the wilderness is a wonderful way to pass the time. But for the ultimate in opportunity, intrigue, and unexpected danger, try visiting the nearest village, town, or city. A city is much more than a rest stop, a watering hole, or a placee to but equipment. Any community, from the smallest hamlet ot the most crowded medievial metropolis, offers adventuring... [click here for more]
Tired of your fighter doing nothing but trading swings with monsters? Are your dungeon denizens' tactics getting a little too routine? Need help setting up that siege of the evil overlord's castle? Then this is the book for you.
This exciting expansion to the AD&D game contains rules and systems that will make your battles more vibrant and realistic. There are new rules covering critical hits,... [click here for more]
Join adventurers renowned as they trek across Toril in this detailed, beautifully illustrated atlas. Ride with the Ffolk in the magical Moonshae Isles. Brave the brutal elements of Icewind Dale. Follow the gods as they wreak destruction from the Dales to Waterdeep. Watch as empires of East and West collide.
Product HistoryThe Forgotten Realms Atlas, by Karen Wynn... [click here for more]
A fantasy city can be a vast, sprawling, mazelike place. Main streets turn into blind alleys. Thriving markets adjoin crime-infested slums. The wise traveler avoids problems by consulting his Trail Map. TM4 maps out not only the grand city of Waterdeep, but also other cities featured in the Avatar trilogy: Shadowdale, fabled home of Elminster the Sage, and Tantras, a bustling port on the Dragon... [click here for more]