Erebor source book delivered.

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Re: Erebor source book delivered.

Post by Majestic » Fri Dec 23, 2016 12:40 am

It arrived today all the way in Seattle!
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Re: Erebor source book delivered.

Post by Hélend » Wed Dec 28, 2016 6:38 pm

My copy finally arrived the 23rd. Just in time for Christmas! Looks great too.

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Re: Erebor source book delivered.

Post by jamesrbrown » Sat Mar 18, 2017 6:32 pm

I finally ordered and got my copy! The quality is of continuing excellence and I am very delighted with the dragon-creation rules.
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Re: Erebor source book delivered.

Post by farinal » Tue Apr 18, 2017 12:05 am

Finally I had some time to read my copy of Erebor last week and I wanted to ask you guys if anyone used one of the Dragons given in the book as a part of their campaign or created a new one with the rules and used it in their games? If yes, how was the story?

I really like the whole Dragon section of this book. It's incredible.
Of Finarfin's children I am the last. But my heart is still proud. What wrong did the golden house of Finarfin do that I should ask the pardon of the Valar, or be content with an isle in the sea whose native land was Aman the Blessed? Here I am mightier.

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Re: Erebor source book delivered.

Post by Cleggster » Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:50 pm

Well, SPOILERS (this means you!) for my campaign. But I am using one of them in the Greydelve. Final boss. The background just really fit and I liked the power level so no alterations were needed.

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