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Werewolf Class (5e)

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Beast or Man?

Many have posed the question… within lies the answer. The Curse of Lycanthropy is forever changed with this playable new class. Discover the Lunar Fury gifted to you with each phase of the moon. Feel renewed by the moment with your Wild Regeneration feature. Run with your pack. Be master of the Hunt or master the Elements to boost your abilities.

  • All new class
  • Complete 20 levels
  • Two different archetypes, each with four unique packs.

Packs of the Four Elements

Frostmane

Flametooth

Thornhide

Windpaw

Packs of the Hunt

Swiftmoon (Elf Only)

Gorefang (Half-Orc Only)

Slaughtered Lamb (Human Only)

Darkstalkers

Which pack will you run with?

Good Hunting

Rob


Change Log

Date Version Notes
3.19.2016 v1.1 Minor content smithing. No feature changes or additions.

3.26.2016

v1.2

Added Wolf form stats for Omega, Beta and Alpha wolves

Added page numbers

Minor content smithing

No feature changes or additions.

4.26.2017

v1.3

Added DM d4 roll row to the Lunar Fury Table

Added Wisdom as the spellcasting ability modifier to the Packs of the Elements

Corrected Call the Pack to read summon eight spectral wolves instead of four

Added thanks to DMG community members that helped find errors to page 12

Minor content smithing

3.18.2019

v1.4

Added type of damage to Natural Weapons under Hybrid Form (pg 5)

Changed Lunar Fury to only be used on Natural Weapon attacks instead of any melee attack (pg 5)

Added Campaign moon phase cycle note (pg 5)

Changed Call the Pack 5th level to summon four wolves instead of eight. (pg 5)

Changed Frenzy to only be able to attack two creatures instead of all creatures within 5 feet. (pg 6)

Corrected Thick Fur to cold resistance instead of frost (pg 6)

Corrected Werewolf Packs to all packs use Wisdom as their spellcasting ability modifier instead of just Pack of the Four Elements. (pg 7)

Corrected Winter Coat to cold damage resistance instead of frost. (pg 7)

Corrected Unholy Tracking to include abberrations instead of demons (demons are included under fiends) (pg 11)

Added more names to the thanks to DMG community members that helped find errors and suggestions (pg 12)

Minor content smithing

3.21.2019

v1.5

Replaced Frenzy with Thrash (pg 6)

Minor content smithing

 
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Garret D March 16, 2019 5:58 am UTC
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Just wondering on why the mangle feature is balanced along combined with frenzy. Being able to unarm an unlimited amount of people right next you you while also stoping them from running away allowing you to hit them every turn. I love this class I just want to be prepared to defend it
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Rob W March 18, 2019 5:26 pm UTC
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Hey Garret D_

Super great catch... thank you. Talk about OP... wow! Originally... the Frenzy ability was going to be at level 11 and when I changed it to a level 7 ability... I did not update that.

The Frenzy ability should read... At 7th level, you can use your action to make a melee attack against any two creatures within 5 feet of you, with a separate attack roll for each target.


Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Gage R March 19, 2019 12:58 am UTC
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I would also recommend a few things that need changing:

1. Iron XXX is outrageously overpowered to the point of rendering most fights insignificant. Generating advantage for 1 minute even after the afflicting attack has long since passed means that the werewolf can end most fights quickly just by playing a game of tag with most of the opposition.

2. I don't see the point of claws. Sure, using it during the early levels gets a slight damage boost, but it is soon outpaced by XXX. Might as well just use XXX since it does more damage in the long run.

3. What is the point of frenzy? You got two attacks all the way back at level 5, and by level 11 you'll get three. Why bother using frenzy.

P.S. Why the hell is the site turning B-I-T-E into XXX?
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Garret D March 20, 2019 3:55 am UTC
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ok that makes it less op but whats the point of frenzy when you already have two attacks at level 5. could it be each attack gets frenzy so on each of your attack actions you get to attack two creatures. thanks for the reply

also just wondering do the howls use dexterity for the modifier or wisdom
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Rob W March 21, 2019 6:57 pm UTC
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Hello Gage R_

Thanks for downloading! ... thanks for your comments and questions.

1. I think this works fine ATM... I'll keep an eye on it. Take a look at the Path of the Totem Warrior barbarian 3rd level Wolf ability to give all his allies advantage as along as they are within 5 feet.

2. Claws are a big part of the Werewolf fantasy and add another style of play.

3. Frenzy has been replaced with Thrash... check it out in version 1.5. Thanks to you and Garret D for making me take another look at it.

P.S. Guess it is a dirty word.


Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Rob W March 21, 2019 7:06 pm UTC
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Hey Garret D_

I've been thinking a lot about Frenzy because of you and Gage R... thanks again for making me do that. I have just replaced Frenzy with Thrash. I think you'll like it... let me know. Check it out in version 1.5 that I just uploaded.

Wisdom ATM. I probably need to circle back on that as well. I really tried to get around spell casting modifier in the first go around. I used the idea of ranged abilities with the werewolf so they wouldn't need Wisdom... but i don't know if that makes 100% sense. I want to work on a Moon spell casting version that will make more sense. Maybe this summer.


Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Garret D April 09, 2019 8:44 pm UTC
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I do like thrash and it gives a great incentive to use claws when you would usually use b,ite. You could also make it use a bonus action to do the damage which would make you choose between your second claw attack as a bonus action that could possibly miss or definitely hit with half damage. Also it still says frenzy in the level table. Absolutely loving this class.
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Garret D February 15, 2019 4:13 am UTC
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I was wondering if there was a download for a text version just to make it easy to copy and past to character sheet.
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Rob W March 18, 2019 4:14 pm UTC
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Hey Garret D_

No... sorry. Not as of right now.


Cheers and good hunting
Rob
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Frank B January 18, 2019 2:31 am UTC
Hey Rob, thanks for answering the previous question. This new question actually come from a fellow player of mine who liked the class and neither I nor my DM could clearly answer it. In a lot of the abilities you have the werewolf suffer a level of exhaustion (Ex. Go for the Throat, Dire Growl, Call the Pack, etc.) and it sounds like you accumulate a new level each time you use the ability. Is this what was intended or are we misinterpreting it? We couldn't tell from the way they are written. Also I noticed something about Unholy Tracking I thought I should bring to your attention. In it you wrote "as an action, you can smell the rot of undead, brimstone of a fiend or hellfire of a demon." From that I gather you meant to differentiate devils and demons. what you may not be aware of is fiend is actually a universal term and category for both demons and devils. If you want to keep them separate then you could just change fiend to devil. However if you want to go one step further I have another suggestion....See more
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Rob W January 24, 2019 10:54 pm UTC
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Hello Frank B_

You are correct... the exhaustion stacks. Don't fret too much ... a long rest removes 1 level of exhaustion. These abilities were meant to be strong but at a price.

Great catch on the Unholy Tracking! Like the idea of a third... will have to think on that one. Aberrations are looking like the favorite ATM.

No worries ... I appreciate your deep diving into the class, questions and suggestions! Keep them coming... I'm always looking to improve the class.


Cheers and good hunting
Rob
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Frank B December 13, 2018 5:51 am UTC
Hello Rob W. I have been enjoying the class so far, it adds a nice dimension to role playing in our game. I noticed something else in "Call The Pack". It seems you have modeled it after "Ranger's Companion". If this is the case, I would suggest changing the wording of the 4th sentence of the second paragraph to: If you don't issue any commands to them, they take the Dodge action. That way it matches the PHB Errata of 2018. I also noticed that you put "frost" damage under "Thick Fur" instead of "cold" damage. Just wanted to bring that to your attention. otherwise I'm having a lot of fun with this class. Can't wait for the new update.
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Rob W December 18, 2018 8:24 pm UTC
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Hey Frank B_

Awesome... glad you're enjoying the class. Thanks for the suggestion. I actually based Call the Pack on the Conjure Animals spell... so it mimics that one as far as mechanics. Great catch on the type of resistance to damage on the Thick Fur ability... Thanks! I will make that change in the next version. Continue having fun and let me know if anything else pops up. Hopefully soon on an update.

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
Cheers and good hunting
Rob
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Frank B November 07, 2018 6:14 am UTC
I really like the class. Werewolves are my favorite mythological creature. I making my first multi-class character with this. I do have question though. On page 5 of the 1.3 version "Call the Pack" states at level 5 you can summon 8 spectral wolves. On page 6 it says "When you use this feature at higher levels, more wolves appear: eight wolves at level 9, twelve at level 13 and sixteen at level 17." My question is since you already summon eight wolves at level 5 is the 8 wolf summon at level 9 a typo?
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Rob W November 15, 2018 5:48 pm UTC
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Hello Frank B_

Right on... thanks. Mine as well. Cool... hope you enjoy it. Sure thing. I have went back and forth on this ability. It is a typo... thanks for the catch. It should read twelve at level 9, sixteen at level 13 and 24 at level 17. I will fix that in the next version. Thanks again.

Cheerio and good hunting!
Rob
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Frank B November 18, 2018 9:00 pm UTC
Thank you for the answer Rob W.
I do have a second question. Are all the abilities in the Werewolf class only able to be used while transformed into the wolf or hybrid form? Or can some of them be used in your base mortal form?
Thanks again for your time.
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Rob W November 20, 2018 9:44 pm UTC
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Hello again Frank B_

My pleasure.

Yes... all abilities and features are only usable while in wolf or hybrid form. No.

Anytime... thanks for playing the class!

Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Bridgit C July 28, 2018 3:56 am UTC
Love this class, and have created several characters using the different packs! Only question is, (downloaded 1.3 recently and saw new note that I don't think was there before,) can you use Lunar Fury in human form? Or only hybrid? Seems like the lore would provide the lunar magic for the human as well, just a bit of confusion. The only trouble I have is, because at lower levels, I can't battle anything more than once without taking a short rest... I wish there were more moon-centric features that still affected the player outside of the hybrid or wolf form.
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Rob W August 01, 2018 5:55 pm UTC
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Hello Bridgit C_

Awesome!... thanks. Really cool that you have several... which is your fav?

No... you can only use Lunar Fury in Hybrid form. Sorry for the confusion. I'll have to consider that for the lore... you got me thinking! Short rest is only an hour of game time... so you can most likely use one between battles ... unless your party is in a hurry. You can always battle in your racial form as a ranged attacker :) Agreed... I was looking into Lunar magic... I'll have to get back to working on this class.

Cheerio and good hunting!
Rob
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Garret D April 25, 2018 4:36 pm UTC
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I was wondering if the hybrid form has its own hit points or does it use yours
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Matthew C May 05, 2018 9:49 am UTC
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I want to "bump" this, cause I read the entire thing twice and couldn't find an answer, seems silly to only have a D6 hit points in melee, even if you have resistance... but it only says you gain Wolf health IN WOLF form.. slightly confusing me as well Garret, hopefully we can get an answer!!! :)
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Rob W May 12, 2018 6:14 pm UTC
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Hello Garret D_

Thanks for downloading. My apologies on late response. Hybrid form uses your HP.


Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Rob W May 12, 2018 6:18 pm UTC
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Hey Matthew C_

Thanks for downloading. Sorry about late response. You use the HP of the wolf when you are in wolf form. All other forms... Hybrid and original form use your HP.

Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Jeff D November 16, 2017 3:57 pm UTC
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I noticed an issue that I think you may want to address. Many of the pack's pick-up an ability at level 6 that gives the XXX and claws a magical bonus to attack as well as a new damage type. You specify that the previous attacks give the new form of damage instead of slashing. But wouldn't the XXX have previously been piercing? As you didn't specify either the XXX or claw damage for the hybrid form, I thought you might want to correct the text. And the Wolf forms by the stat blocks do specify that the XXX is piercing.
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Rob W March 18, 2019 7:37 pm UTC
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Hello Jeff D_

Sorry... I missed answering this post. Thanks for catch... fix coming in version 1.4.


Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Giuseppe N October 06, 2017 12:06 am UTC
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the ability "swipe(Ony Hybrid Form)" is useless, because at level 7th u gain "frenzy" that allow u to make an attack roll to any number of enemy in 5 feet from u... Please help me to change that in something balance and usefull.
Are you sure that "call of the pack" is balance? 8wolf in lev5, 16 in lev9, 24 in lev13 and 32 in lev17... Is not too much?
Good job anyways I love this class
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Rob W October 10, 2017 2:37 pm UTC
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Hello Giuseppe N_

Thanks for downloading it and the great review! I'm glad you are enjoying the class.

You are correct in the needed tweaking of the Human Werewolf ability Swipe. Good catch... thanks. There is one benefit to the Swipe that Frenzy doesn't have. You only make one roll to hit two targets and with Frenzy you would need to roll to hit each creature. I will have to think of a better ability mechanic for Swipe.

As far as Call the Pack goes.... I believe it is. The mechanic is based on the spell Conjure Animals but with a penalty for the Werewolf of 1 level of Exhaustion. It is a concentration spell so that also adds a balance factor.

Thanks for the kind words.


Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Jeff D September 03, 2017 5:14 pm UTC
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Oh, I noticed this in the 1.3 version also and wanted to bring it up. Under Call the Pack on page 5, your initial summoning calls 8 spectral wolves, but then as you gain further at level 9, you again can summon 8, then 12 at level 13, and then finally 16 at level 17. I can only assume that it was intended to be 4 wolves at level 5 instead of the 8 that is currently listed. Am I correct in this?
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Rob W September 03, 2017 7:47 pm UTC
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Hey Jeff D_

Good catch again... I fixed the 4 to 8 summoned wolves but forgot to correct the higher levels. It should read sixteen wolves at level 9, twenty four at level 13 and thirty two at level 17.


Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Jeff D August 29, 2017 3:47 am UTC
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What is the spellcasting modifier to be used for the Packs of the Hunt? There are DC's required for some features but no specified ability is stated to be used.
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Rob W August 31, 2017 3:23 pm UTC
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Hey Jeff D_

Thanks for downloading and playing the werewolf. It is wisdom... see page 7 of version 1.3.


Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Jeff D August 31, 2017 3:35 pm UTC
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Page 7 mentions specifically only Packs of the Four Elements, so I wasn't sure if you had plans for a different attribute for Packs of the Hunt. I figured it was, but since you specifically named one but not both types of Pack, I thought it best to verify, Thank you for your response.
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Rob W September 03, 2017 3:14 pm UTC
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Morning Jeff D_

Indeed it does... good catch... thanks. I initially tried to do it without using a spell modifier but alas I settled on Wisdom since it made the most sense . I do want to explore more caster type abilities and the idea of Lunar magic. My pleasure... anything you find or questions you have... post them. Enjoy the werewolf.


Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Wessel V August 13, 2017 12:24 am UTC
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Hey, I love the class, although maybe I shouldn't have made my first ever character a homebrew class.

I see in the comments that all abilities are supposed to be for hybrid unless stated otherwise, which is great to know, because I didn't really get that from the document (I have an older version printed out).

Another thing I don't understand is the ability for the paladin type pack to walk on water using radiant power. I kind of like it, but everyone immediately called BS on it and I had to agree, but I'd still like to know your reasoning on why walking on water would be possible with radiant power.
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Rob W August 20, 2017 2:00 am UTC
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Hey Wessel V_

Awesome... thanks. Indeed... but I'm glad you did.

True... I added that to the latest version... so download away :)

It's one of the types of movement mechanics that I created for each of the packs to make them more unique. I felt the Darkstalkers Pack movement flavor was one of an uplifting (holy type) experience. The movement isn't created by using radiant power but more of a gifted ability.

Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Lawrence E May 25, 2017 2:13 am UTC
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I changed this class to make a bit more balanced because some of it just doesn't make sense really.

Call the Pack, I honestly think this power should just be removed. It just doesn't make sense and requires WAY to many damn tokens/things to keep track of. Not only that but you risk negating almost all encounters at an early level due to the fact that in 5e double the numbers on either side players or npcs means you increase the difficulty by 2.5 or reduce it by a similar amount. The threshold for how much it can mess with a scenario is tooo high even with the exhaustion.

Lunar Fury, should use the in game calendar and not a roll. Remove the words "melee weapon or". This is absolutely nuts, like bonkers, imagine +7 (plus your STR mod) +7 on a +3 weapon that does 3d6 bonus damage....XXX!

Natural Armor, should read, "While you are not wearing any armor, your Armor Class equals 10+ your Dexterity modifier + your Constitution modifier. This form...See more
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Rob W May 31, 2017 8:04 pm UTC
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Hello Lawrence_

Thanks for purchasing and going through the class. Once you download it... make it your own, make as many changes as you see fit and how you would like to play it. I created this class because I have always wanted to play a werewolf in D&D and not be an evil uncontrolled beast. As far as balance and things not making sense... I spent a lot of time crafting this class and I will try to clarify and address the issues you had in this post.

CALL THE PACK adds the iconic idea of a wolf's pack and the spiritual bond they share. It is like the Druid spell Conjure Animals but doesn't have the flexibility and has the added cost of a level of exhaustion.

LUNAR FURY plays into the fantasy of the class like no other ability. I believe it is a great mechanic and works well. Mind you that you are using the stats from level 20... which for any class is godlike. Compare the Rogue as an example at level 20 they get 10d6 from backstab alone. The idea of using the in-game...See more
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Cody T April 16, 2017 11:20 pm UTC
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a lot of class features seem like they would be form exclusive but don't specify. Would it be possible to indicate which abilities are usable in which forms?
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Rob W April 17, 2017 9:36 pm UTC
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Hello again Cody_

They are... and I will make more clear in the next version. All abilities unless noted are Hybrid form (werewolf) unless stated... example: see the Packs of the Hunt - Swiftmoon Pack - Fey Wolf abilities. Wolf form abilities are based on the werewolf level, wolf form and pack (if applicable).

Hope that clears up some things... let me know if you have any other questions or comments. Thanks again.

Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Cody T April 18, 2017 3:33 pm UTC
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Iron B.i.t.e is also not very clear is it supposed to work with trap jaw giving trap jaw advantage all the time, or does it give everyone advantage against any target you use your b.i.t.e attack on?
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Rob W April 18, 2017 8:44 pm UTC
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Hey Cody_

Improved Trap Jaw replaces Trap Jaw at level 10. Iron Bite_ is unlocked at level 14 and is different than Trap Jaw. You would choose either Trap Jaw, Improved Trap Jaw or Iron Bite_ but not any combination of the three. Upon a successful Iron Bite_ attack, Iron Bite_ grants all attacks advantage against that creature for 1 minute.

Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Cody T April 18, 2017 10:12 pm UTC
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When you use Heroic Leap does the target have to be prone before you use the ability to do the b.i.t.e attack? And does swift shift actually shapechange you to wolf form or is it just an evasion effect? if it does, does it need an unused shapechange and can it be used if your already in wolf form? I also noticed that poison howl doesn't specify the damage type after the die number like the other howls.
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Rob W April 19, 2017 2:25 pm UTC
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Hey Cody_

Yes... should read... "and you can take a bonus action to make one bite_ attack against it".

Yes...you shapechange into wolf form when using Swift Shift. The idea was you were targeted in one form and you quickly change shape thus changing the target area allowing you to dodge some or all of the damage. It does require you to have a charge of shapechange and it expends it in the process. It can not be used if you are already in wolf form.

Should read ... "or take 1d12 poison damage".

Again thanks for the catches... will add them to the list of changes for next version.

Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Cody T April 20, 2017 9:15 pm UTC
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I'm still confused by heroic leap so let me reword my question. Do you get the bonus XXX attack and bludgeoning damage if the target is knocked prone by heroic leap?
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Cody T April 20, 2017 9:27 pm UTC
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XXX should be b.i.t.e
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Rob W April 21, 2017 1:50 pm UTC
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Hey Cody_

No worries. Yes.

Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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Cody T April 16, 2017 10:59 pm UTC
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The wording of wild regeneration is confusing is it once with a duration or can you do it multiple times. Also the moon phases says to roll a d4 but doesn't say which phase goes with what result. Is trap jaw a reaction like hamstring is or is it an action? The class looks great and i love the use of exhaustion with the spells.
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Rob W April 17, 2017 3:02 pm UTC
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Hey Cody_

Thanks for the input and the catches on wording... I will add those to the list of changes for the next version.

Wild regeneration is a reaction upon taking damage from non-magical, non- silvered means and follows the rules of reactions thus can only be used once per turn (see page 190 of the PHB).

Werewolf Lunar Fury table should read New Moon (1 on the d4 roll), Crescent Moon (2 on the d4 roll), Gibbous Moon (3 on the d4 roll) and Full Moon (4 on the d4 roll).

Trap Jaw is an attack with a mechanic that works like Hunter's Trap for ongoing damage and you can use your action during your next turn to inflict the damage roll and ongoing without having to roll to hit again.

Thanks... It was good fun to create.

Cheers and good hunting!
Rob

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Rob W April 17, 2017 9:26 pm UTC
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Trap Jaw note: of course if the creature succeeds on a saving throw ... it breaks free of you.
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Justin D February 13, 2017 3:24 pm UTC
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Love the class.

small change needed, on the Alpha Wolf stat page, It says 24 Strength which should be a +7 Modifier, and not +6.

Its a small fix, but thought it needed to be posted.
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Rob W February 14, 2017 6:30 pm UTC
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Hello Justin_

Thank you. I'm glad your enjoying it.

Thanks for the catch. I will add that to my list of changes for the 1.4 version.

Indeed...but an important one.

Cheers and good hunting!
Rob
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