Corwyl: Village of the Wood Elves

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Diamond Comic Distributors, Mar 1, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 96 pages
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This companion book to Bow & Blade fully details a wood elf village designed to fit easily in any fantasy campaign setting. The remote tree-top village makes an excellent home base for a wilderness-based campaign, or an exotic place for existing characters to visit. The current political and religious crisis offers a starting point for play, while the many adventure seeds and plot hooks ensure that Corwyl will remain interesting for the life of the campaign. In addition to over 40 fully detailed NPCs and a complete description of the village, Corwyl includes supporting source material like new classes, feats, and spells. Corwyl: Village of the Wood Elves has something to offer any d20 fantasy campaign.

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Authors Karan M. Robinson and Christina Stiles have compiled a retrospective pictorial history of Clover with the assistance of the Clover Public Library, the York County Culture and Heritage Commission, and Clover residents, who kindly shared their own photographs. Robinson and Stiles, both graduate students at Rock Hill's Winthrop University, have life-long ties to Clover. Stiles is the author and editor of several gaming books, including The Village of Briarton and Unhallowed Halls, and Robinson writes freelance articles for magazines and newspapers, including the York/Charlotte Observer.

Sweeney is a freelance author and the president of Firefly Games.

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