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Explorer's Handbook (Eberron (D&D 3.5 manuals) #5)

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The ultimate sourcebook for players wishing to explore the world of Eberron.
The Explorer's Handbook showcases the multi-continental aspect of the Eberron setting. The chapter on travel discusses instantaneous and played out travel and provides deck plans for airships, the lightning rail, and galleons, plus other methods of conveyance. A chapter on Explorer's Essentials of
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Wizards of the Coast
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Shelves: reference, d-and-d
Another Eberron handbook, another decent source of information. This one is set up so it can serve equally as a handbook for players wanting more information on traveling in Khorvaire or across Eberron and as a source for DMs looking to get their players moving.

Explorer's Handbook goes in depth into how the various modes of transportation - airships, lightning rail, wind galleon - work, not just how much they cost. There are plans for the different ships, cabins, decks and how a character can op
Stuff I Read D&D Edition – Explorer’s Handbook

Yes, another Eberron supplement, this one dealing with the fine art of exploring. Which means that a large portion of the book is taken up by transportation, which I find interesting, at least. Especially because with Eberron there are airships, and airships are just plain awesome. I mean, really. And the book goes more into depth on how they work, and how one interacts with the bound elementals on board, and complicates the original ideas introd
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