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Arcana Evolved Spell Treasury

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  12 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Hardcover, 238 pages
Published February 27th 2006 by White Wolf Publishing
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Jul 09, 2008 Kat rated it really liked it
This is a d20 game system that can be played alongside Dungeons and Dragons. I've never played in a Arcana Evolved only campaign, but even if you never do there are a lot of interesting classes, spells, feats, races to add to your generic D&D game. The layout of the book and the illustrations in Arcana Evolved are far better than their counterparts in the D&D core rulebooks.
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Monte Cook started working professionally in the game industry in 1988. In the employ of Iron Crown Enterprises, he worked with the Rolemaster and Champions games as an editor, developer, and designer. In 1994, Monte came to TSR, Inc., as a game designer and wrote for the Planescape and core D&D lines. When that company was purchased by Wizards of the Coast, he moved to the
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