The Mother of all Treasure Tables

The Mother of all Treasure Tables Put the oohs and aahs back into your adventures This hardcover tome provides a random selection of incredibly detailed descriptions for hundreds upon hundreds of treasure troves Use the items within e

  • Title: The Mother of all Treasure Tables
  • Author: Daniel Brakhage; Christopher A. Field; K. H. Keeler; Rodney Lucas; John Walsh; Steve Honeywell; Mart Vicki Potter; Marcella Ganow; J. Elizabeth Brakhage; Timothy Ganow Stephan Poag Darren W. Pearce Martin Ralya
  • ISBN: 1594590656
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Put the oohs and aahs back into your adventures This hardcover tome provides a random selection of incredibly detailed descriptions for hundreds upon hundreds of treasure troves Use the items within each hoard individually, or mix them into an astronomical number of combinations carefully thought out and detailed than any before This book will augment your imagPut the oohs and aahs back into your adventures This hardcover tome provides a random selection of incredibly detailed descriptions for hundreds upon hundreds of treasure troves Use the items within each hoard individually, or mix them into an astronomical number of combinations carefully thought out and detailed than any before This book will augment your imagination, and drive your players enthusiasm for , while creative flair and painstaking research together provide you with details that are as complete as you can get That s right this is the Mother of All Treasure Tables

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    1. A very solid splatbook. Sort of sad it doesn't include magical treasure, but I understand why (stuff like the Magic Item Compendium + subsequent splatbooks makes it hard to catch *everything*). One thing I really like about this one is that the entries are, themselves, like little story prompts. Sometimes, I've rolled up some random treasure, and ended up building an entire ancient civilization around it. So while the actual content of the book is only 3 stars, I think (because it's just not tha [...]

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