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Narrative Mass Combat Rules address the lack of mass combat rules in Dungeons in Dragons without trying to make your session feel like a half-baked table top war game simulator.

These rules are elegant, easy to use, and are only two pages long! Did somebody say easy DM prep?! No more cumbersome 30+ page mass combat rules that try to turn Dungeons and Dragons into something it’s not. These rules focus on player characters leading units into battle against their enemies, fighting alongside NPCs and fellow allies.

You might pick these rules up and ask yourself, “What is best in Dungeons and Dragons?” Only to find yourself staring at the gloriousness of these rules and reply to yourself, “To destroy my enemies, see them flee as cowards before my mighty armies, and hear their dying screams as my soldiers trample over their corpses!”

Fictional Customer Testimony: “If only I read these rules sooner! Don’t be like me, pick these rules up today!” –Napoleon Bonaparte

Created by: Anthony A. Joyce

Edited by: Ben Forde

Artwork by: Corey Johnston

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George P June 15, 2019 2:27 pm UTC
Just bought this last night. Looks like a fun alternative. It would certainly keep mass combat focused on the players and RP where it should be. However, the Command Modifier Bonuses chart seems to be missing the bonuses. My copy lists the races, backgrounds, and subclasses, but there no numeric values which I think should be there.
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Anthony J June 18, 2019 5:39 pm UTC
George, thank you for the comments. I see where you are talking about the missing modifiers. The modifiers are all "+1" for each of the classes, backgrounds, and races listed in the chart. The numeric value is discussed in the paragraph prior to the chart. Hope this clarifies things for you. Thanks, and I hope you enjoy!
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D. C March 19, 2019 5:34 pm UTC
not much in this total waste
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