The task at hand this time was to follow up one of the most successful d20 releases of all time,. Traps & Treachery. In some ways it was easy, the formula for . Traps & Treachery Fantasy Flight Games is no stranger to the hobby game industry. paper, similar to the pages at the beginning of the D&D 3e PHB and DMG. traps & treachery ii – Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online for free. D20 DnD Unofficial the Quintessential Rogue II. Uploaded.

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Most of the traps are very original and some are downright lethal.

Traps and Treachery II

Terms and Conditions for Non-Human Visitors. Examples of traps from the book can be downloaded free from the company website. Saturday, 8th February, In addition to the content of the book, 7 pages are consumed by a preview of FFG’s upcoming Mythic Races book, and 4 pages are consumed by ads.

My assassin will have very good time!! Detailed players guidelines on tricks and techniques used to disable traps. In fact, I cannot imagine in hindsight how this was missed.

The thug gets fewer skills and class abilities, and they get a watered down version of sneak attack called backstab. It then lists some common poisons with stats e.

There is also a new NPC class, the thug. As is the case with many small game companies, they took the opportunity to support the D20 System with their own line of products. Then there is a sizable section on poisons, both mundane and supernatural. Why couldn’t they have given me some more crunchy bits, like how the size of guilds varies with city size, how many guilds are viable in a given population center, what is the range of income a given sized guild can expect, what are the levels of the guild’s members, The next section 2 pages looks at magical toxins and splits them into supernatural purely magical effects or enchanted magical and mundane effects.


I think I have enough traps to last me a good, long while In Conclusion – This is a really good book that does what it sets out to do quite well. Several new magic items 4 pages are offered up e.

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rteachery The book has finished with Treachery and is onto the Traps. Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, First third of the book said 56 pages are essentially the thief class book — done in the way one can only treacher for in the WotC published class books.

Forget the or so page count. You’ll see the difference pretty quickly. A section on new clerical domains, such as Thievery, and new divine and arcane spells, such as true filch and perfect crime. Magic users are typically show offs, sadists, or just nuts. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Most people are adverse to treqchery skills Mimic Voice and Urban Loreand I understand the reasoning behind the sentiment. Even so, it’s a worthy book for any collection.

Several of the feats are nothing that you couldn’t come up with yourself, particularly where they have added together two vaguely related skills e. Am I happy I did? Being a thug jus’ means you’ve worked the streets and picked up a few skills, but have little talent and no future.

Traps and Treachery

Many of them are more elaborate than I’d ever actually use, but there’s still plenty of useable stuff for a guy like me who prefers his traps to be effective and straightforward rather than goofy, bad comic villain style complexity. And it does it in spades. Basically a humanoid-like outsider with a penchant for devising traps. For example, “Blackstone’s Killer Kennel”, a complex mechanical trap, costs gp and takes 2 weeks to build.


If you are not annoyed with the average quality of the paper although i admit that the artwork is fairly good and expensive price then it is a must for any DM.

This is a good piece of work. But the most important, in my opinion, is to ask yourself the question: The biggest part of the book and the best.

I liked what was there, but felt that there could have been more. I do honestly believe that no DM whatsoever should miss this one and that even the players who play thieves can find value in it even if your Dm makes you tear out the last pages and hand them to her.

The thug is meant to portray the less talented counterparts of rogues in the same way that warriors are the less talented counterparts of fighters. Reason 1 was that rogues are one of my favorite classes. Whether this will help my trap building capacities remains to be seen but is definitely he best written text on traps in game book that I am aware of.

I have grown to dislike prestige classes by now; they are largely unbalanced Hospitaler and in many cases so obscure Acolyte of the Skin, Master of Chains as to be of very little use in most campaigns. Thursday, 28th March, Very good idea but i would really like more on this subject and more sample puzzles Rate: Like the Discreet Companion this prestige class suggests a whole campaign worth of ideas which can not be said often.

Three pages at the front and five pages at the back include various things such as credits, contents, ads and the OGL.