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Complete Psionic: Mastering the Powers of the Mind

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The essential sourcebook for expanding the use of psionic power by any character.

Complete Psionic provides new options for creating and playing rich psionic characters. Whether you're playing a devoted psion or psionic warrior, or a member of a psionic race, or are just looking to expand your character's options, this sourcebook has something for you. Players and Dungeon M
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Hardcover, 160 pages
Published April 11th 2006 by Wizards of the Coast
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Derek
Mar 29, 2008 rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: No one
Shelves: rpg, eberron
Perhaps a 1 is too harsh, but I have never been a fan of psionics in D&D. The only options always seem to be it's just another magic, in which case it's not interesting or it's different than magic in which case it's over powered because none of the creatures or classes are given the means to defend against it. In addition I personally belive that psionics, for the most part, belong in the realm of Sci-Fi rather than fantasy. So with these issues and the fact that everything in this book was ...more
Nathan Burgoine
Nov 16, 2014 rated it liked it
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I was actually a bit let down by this one, as it didn't have enough extra in it that I wanted to use it right off. D&D fans beware, unless you're a psionics fan of such a level that any new stuff is worthwhile.

Finishing the “complete” series of D&D supplement books, this book builds on all things psionic – specifically, the “Expanded Psionics Handbook.” Introducing three new core classes, The Ardent, psionic believer of a certain philosophy; the Divine Mind, psionic manifester of faith
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Bruce R. Cordell authored books for Dungeons & Dragons over the course of 4 editions (2nd Edition through 5th Edition D&D). These days, he’s a senior designer for Monte Cook Games, LLC designing Numenera , Gods of the Fall, and The Strange. Also a novel author, his credits include several titles set in the Forgotten Realms. Bruce’s tenth novel, Myth of the Maker, is just out from Angry Rob ...more
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