Drow of the Underdark is the name of two supplemental rules books for the Dungeons Drow of the Underdark was written for use with D&D (3rd ed.), and is not. How does this book compare to the “Races of” line of the era? *Pathfinder, Starfinder, Older D&D Editions (4E, 3.x, 2E, 1E, OD&D), . Then there are descriptions of the drow environment, drow settelements, underdark. Drow of the Underdark (Dungeons & Dragons d20 Fantasy Roleplaying) [ Robert J. Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master’s Guide (Core Rulebook, D&D.

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Now, what the person who said this is solely for Greyhawk failed to see was the notes on how d& work certain aspects of this book into a Forgotten Realms campaign or a Greyhawk campaign, I think namely the monsters, but the rest can definitely go into a Forgotten Realms camp flawlessly if the DM is smart enough, and I should think anyone acting as the DM would be smart enough.

At last, dark elves get their due!

These include the inevitable, box-ticking Drow Legacy and Half Drow feats, before concluding with the potentially more useful twenty level drow racial class, a Savage Species-like treatment that enables players to begin playing drow at first level while having an ECL tye 1, picking up the complete set of standard drow abilities over three levels.

Drow of the Underdark had lots of potential. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. It’s a f&d DM’s bazar, again easy to adapt to 5e. Dungeon of the Mad Mage. Chapter three is all about new prestige classes, inevitably.


Your innate power to create mobile light is far more That said it is a very, very good read.

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Some of these are pretty nice – Knight of Lolth gives a drow advantages while fighting from the back of a giant spider, for instance. Having said that, one of the first devices described in chapter four the spider kit is pretty draft.

A guide to drow names and their .35 is also included.

Reset Fields Log in. The descriptions of how drow dtow and its its institutions function are coherent and reasonably believable think Game of Thrones machinations on steroids. At the expense of attention to other distractions, you focus Shattered Lands Dark Sun: Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, Customers who bought this item also bought. Drow of the Underdark. Retrieved from ” https: Does it have a similar glossary of the Drow language? Dragondown Grotto Red Hand of Doom. English Choose a language for shopping.

Like chapter six, chapter seven doesn’t quite fire on all cylinders.

Explore the Home Gift Guide. If the Arachnomancer isn’t drow-specific, why should a Demonbinder or Insidious Corrupter be? By paying careful attention to nearby allies and reducing the Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Pages with related underdafk.

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The feats include a fair amount of drow-specific feats. May Learn how and when to remove this template message. After an overview, all the major drow houses are described. This chapter contains new mundane, alchemical, and magic items, along with poisons, magic-infused poisons, and artifacts. Finally, there’s an appendix aimed at PCs. I reckomend this book for a DM or a player with a DN who will allow his or her players to use this material because, 1 this book is comprehensive and thorough in scope and underark, 2 has some extraordinary art, 3 is well written with intelligent ideas for DMs who want to add something extremely evil to undeedark or her game, 4 the players who get this book will mainly want it for a few new uses for skills and maybe to play a Drow or to be a thorn in a Drows backside.


If only all such WOTC products were so impressive. Chapter two is about drow options, and they are plentiful. Views Read Edit View history.

Showing of 16 reviews. Prestige classes include some interesting options, and the monsters include creatures both familiar and new. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Read reviews that mention forgotten realms prestige classes drow of the underdark drow life drow campaign feats monsters equipment evil greyhawk options society lolth pages races ideas magical sadly skills spells.

Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: It’s put together well and entertaining from start to finish. It starts by discussing drow as foe and, curiously, gives PCs tips on countering typical drow strategy, which would seem to be stepping on the DM’s toes a little as in, raising players’ expectations of drow opponents being played tactically a particular way.

But that’s me thinking 3e.

Eilistraee, Vhaerun, and Kiaransalee should have been included somewhere, even if they were originally deities in the Forgotten Realms.