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Tome of Magic (Advanced Dungeon & Dragons: Accessory Rulebook)

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Take your spellcasters to limits they have never reached before! With over two hundred new spells and magical items, the Tome of Magic stretches the horizons of every wizard and priest in the AD&D 2nd Edition game.

In these pages are new forms of wizard magic including elementalists, metamagic, and wild magic, plus expansions of existing schools. For priests, whole new
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Hardcover, Second Edition, 210 pages
Published June 18th 1991 by TSR
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Mike (the Paladin)
Mar 08, 2010 Mike (the Paladin) rated it liked it
Once you've built you character you'll still want to expand on that character. Here you'll find more spells and ideas that you can use to do just that. I like 2nd edition D&D and as a DM I'm willing to work with the players as they add dimensions to their characters as long as it's within the bounds of the story and game being played. While this may not be the most helpful, if you're really into a magical character you'll want all the depth you can get.
David
A great resource if you're looking for more options for magic in your game. Wizards get additional options of playing elementalists and wild mage, plus lots of new spells. Clerics get new spells too, but they also get new spheres as well as a new special category of quest spells (although as players, they shouldn't be using them anyway). There are also a lot of interesting new magic items.
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This book is worth getting for the introduction of wild mages and wild magic alone. It also expands the spells of both wizards and priests. As well it gives you more magical items to play with. A lovely little expansion worth the price.
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David "Zeb" Cook is an American game designer best known for his work at TSR, Inc., where he was employed for over fifteen years. Cook grew up on a farm in Iowa where his father worked as a farmer and a college professor. In junior high school, Cook playing wargames such as Avalon Hill's Blitzkrieg and Afrika Korps. "I was primarily a wargamer, but there wasn't any role-playing available then," al ...more
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