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By Bruce R. Cordell

ISBN-10: 0786914424

ISBN-13: 9780786914425

Offered in a structure like its predecessors, Den of Thieves and school of Wizardry, this accent provides a complete temple of clergymen DM can drop into any crusade with not less than attempt. incorporated during this product are new priest spells and magical goods, feedback for operating a crusade round the temple, and a number of other brief adventures.

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Prayer* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Protection from evil ................................ CL*w . . . . . . . ' " " . . " . " " . " . . - cost f 300 f20 f10 f20 f300 f 300 f 100 f 50 f 40 f80 f 160 f10 f20 f50 f 50 f50 f300 f 500 f10 f 50 f10 I healing It's a commdn sight in the public chapel: A company of worn, weathered, dnd wounded adventurers appears on the steps, desperate for healing, and in some cases, the raising of a comrade severed from life.

However, if the Archpaladin choose$,he can strike in a fashion similar to a call Iightning spell, regardless of weather conditions. Heironeous rarely strike$ with more than a glancing blow, for a direct strike inflicts up to 37d8 points of damage. The Archpaladin sometimes cloaks valiant individuals of his faith in a cloak of bravery in situations in which they might fall victim td magicalfear attacks. In battle, Heironeous often manifests in1the form of a cloud of copper dust that settles over an entiie military company or unit, bequeathing the benefits of a coupage spell.

Work Periods :very priest, affiliate, novitiate, and postulant in the emple generally follows the Bastion daily schedule. But ach individual's work period varies depending on her losition. For instance, during a given work period, a noviiate is most likely to attend class, while a templar drills in he commons. Sample work periods by position are provided below rith some variability so that the DM can use the daily peronal schedule as an adventure guide while his players emain in or visit the Bastion.

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