Item description for Ultimate Divine Spellbook by R. Neale...
A 256 page sourcebook bringing together the best Divine spells from a host of d20 publishers. The Ultimate Divine Spells is a giant 256 page hardback compiling for the first time all of the divine spells available to players of the d20 game. Grouping together entires from all of the best d20 supplements since the game system was released, this book is a must-buy for all players who utilise this information in every game and all are fully-compatible with the 3.5 revision. Mongoose Publishing, following on from Ultimate Prestige Classes, Ultimate Feats and Ultimate Equipment, brings together the wealth of knowledge in the d20 industry to present a core selection of the most popular character concepts yet released for the game. Monster books are always extremely popular among gamers and this one-stop resource for Games Masters and players, together with the well respected name of Mongoose Publishing, will be attractive to all.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.02" Width: 8.36" Height: 0.76" Weight: 1.92 lbs.
Release Date Apr 18, 2004
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
ISBN 190457744X ISBN13 9781904577447
Reviews - What do customers think about Ultimate Divine Spellbook?
Awesome spellbook Jan 21, 2005
It has a tonne of new spells for druids and clerics. Some of the spells are a little off colour but quite useful (I'm not really British, I just decided to try British spelling). For instance, Breeze protects you against hot weather, Resist Water will help keep you waterproof, and Dig allows you to burrow underground. These are functional spells, but there are also spells that are just weird. Bandit's Lament causes someone to lose body parts if they commit crimes, Surface keeps objects from sinking in water, and Awaken Element is oddest of all as it allows a ball of fire to become sentient. All in all very interesting spells, which I plan to add to a druid or cleric I play as.