Reviews - What do customers think about Five Fingers: Port of Deceit (Iron Kingdoms) (Iron Kingdoms)?
Five Fingers: Port of Deceit (Iron Kingdoms) Aug 12, 2008
I really enjoy the rich history of the isles of the Five Fingers. It puts into play a lot for the imagination in entertainingadventure hooks that I personally plan to make 'come to life'. Yes, I would recommend this book for you and your players' fix in villiany, piracy, and organized crime. It is quite compatible with other source books, such as 'The Complete Scoundrel' and 'Cityscape', to name a couple. It has a great campaign setting laid out for you and makes a great basis in creating one of your own design. The book includes many extras as well: Feats, Prestige classes, etc. Get it whilst you can, because a lot of the earlier publications from Privateer Press are quite expensive and putting off the purchase of this gem could result in having dish out a lot of extra money in the future when it becomes out-of-print, much like its predecessors.