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Fading Suns: d20 Character Codex


Player characters come from all walks of life: nobles, priests, guildsmen, aliens and barbarians. Now, they can come from even more freakish backgrounds! The Fading Suns: d20 Character Codex is an invaluable expansion to the Fading Suns: d20 rules. It includes alien races, the Changed (genetically engineered mutants), prestige classes (the True Knight, the Saint, the Talent, the Phoenix Guardsman, and the Manifest Light Commando), new psychic powers, new theurgy rites, weapons, equipment and valuable information on knightly orders, new religions, guilds, and military units.

This book represents material previously published in the Fading Suns Players Companion with all new d20 System rules. (Note: If you already own the Players Companion, you do not need this book unless you want d20 System rules conversions. This is NOT a Victory Point System product -- it is d20 System only.)

This book requires the use of the Dungeons & Dragons® Players Handbook, Third Edition, published by Wizards of the Coast®.

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September 1st, 2005
Anyone who's read my review of the d20 FS core rulebook will know I love this system ... I think it helps this setting come into its own. You get some excellent prestige classes--the True Knight and the Manifest Light Commando are particularly interest [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on May 27, 2004.