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Fedrav's Book of Spells and Arcane Observations


This is the first Orcish to Common translation of an original spellbook that belonged to Archmage Sharog Fedrav. Fedrav was an orog wizard who lived in the mid-900s. She is most revered for her mastery of abjuration magic and her observations on the magics of all types of spellcasters.

This volume contains 19 new spells for 5th-Edition Dungeons & Dragons. Some are adaptations of spells from AD&D, while most are brand new to the game. There are spells in all schools of magic and for all official spellcasting classes.

Highlights include: Chaos Ward (protect yourself from spells targeting you, and maybe even deflect them back at their caster), Contact Ancestor (reach out and receive guidance from those who have come before you), Fedrav's Elemental Barrier (protect yourself from elemental damage, and harness those powers to deal elemental damage), Muffle Armor (finally get that clanky paladin's armor to shut up), and Soul Fog (have the souls of every creature your target has killed come to haunt and harm them).

Also includes insight into new lore from the Valley of Khedrun in the Forgotten Realms, featured in Storm King's Thunder. This area of the Sword Coast has not been explored in depth in official content, yet is an essential part of the party's journey towards thwarting the giant menace.

Oh, and there are some drawings. Some pretty bad drawings. Fedrav is a well renowned and respected magic user, but she is no artist. Apprentice Durak has a lot to deal with in that department...

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This title was added to our catalog on May 17, 2020.