Defenders of the Faith: A Guidebook to Clerics and Paladins

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Wizards of the Coast, 2001 - Games - 96 pages
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Divine dedication powers these crusaders.

This book spotlights the champions of deities in the D&D game, clerics and paladins. It's packed with ways to customize cleric and paladin characters, including:

New feats, prestige classes, weapons, and equipment.

More uses for turning checks, and new magic items and spells designed specially for clerics and paladins.

Information about special organizations such as the Laughing Knives and the Stargazers.

Detailed maps of temples that players and Dungeon Masters can use as bases of operation or as enemy structures that must be brought down.

Indispensable to both players and Dungeon Masters, this book adds excitement to any campaign.

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Review: Defenders of the Faith: A Guidebook to Clerics and Paladins

User Review  - David - Goodreads

A typical 3rd edition sourcebook - a little bit of everything, but each not quite there. There's new prestige classes, new feats (focused on using turning), new items, and new spells. There's also a ... Read full review

Review: Defenders of the Faith: A Guidebook to Clerics and Paladins

User Review  - Abraham Ray - Goodreads

great book about clerics & paladins for 3.0 dnd Read full review


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About the author (2001)

Andy Collins's most recent credits include the "Epic Level Handbook, Draconomicon, Complete Warrior," and contributing to the "D&D Player's Handbook v.3.5."
Jesse Decker has written numerous articles in relation to the D&D game, and his most recent credit is the" D&D Arms and Equipment Guide."
David Noonan's most recent credits include the "D&D accessories Stronghold Builder's Guidebook, Hero Builder's Guidebook, Complete Warrior," and the "Urban Arcanaa Campaign Setting."
Rich Redman's most recent credits include contributing to "Deities and Demigods, Defenders of the Faith, Monster Manual II, Savage Species," and the "D&D Arms and Equipment Guide."

James Wyatt is an award-winning game designer at Wizards of the Coast and one of the designers of the "Eberron"" Campaign Setting," He wrote the "City of the Spider Queen" and "Oriental Adventures" game supplements, and co-authored numerous roleplaying game products. He grew up in Ithaca, New York, and now lives in Washington State with his wife and son.

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