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Cater, Michelle ; Rice, Cindi, eds. The spells need an entirely new summon list.

Would’ve liked to see more on roleplaying an undead, undead-centric campaigns, and plot hooks revolving around undead. He’s wearing a chain mirtis, not chainmail.

Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, And most reviewers let publishing companies get away with multiple editing mistakes. PCs and DMs both. Andy rated it liked it Feb 25, On the down side, I really miss Arnie Swekel’s great artwork on the chapter heading pages he did the ones in the Player’s Handbook and the Dungeon Master’s Guideamong others ; Chuck Lukacs does the similar honors here, and they just stand out undeaf not being up to Swekel’s work.

Some of these are using undead as simple monsters, often relying on the brainless creatures or using undead as masterminds, requiring the GM to use the more intelligent undead.

Spells in Libris Mortis: The Book of Undead – D&D Tools

I also noticed that Libris Off was significantly smaller than Draconomiconand lacked the list of every monster of the specified creature type to appear in a WotC 3. Also, its Attack and Full Attack lines should include bite attacks by 9 heads, not just 8.

There have been some interesting undead creatures in the pages of Dragon since 3. Feb 02, Blake rated it liked it Shelves: A type being a wide range bokk creatures like aberrants, outsiders, giants, humanoids, and dragons, much like the previous book, the Draconomicon.


Libris Mortis included content from older books, such as Tome and Blood and the Book of Vile Darknessthat had been unded. I assume 1d6 is accurate; it’s a Small creature. Fairly standard stuff for the most part.

Libris Mortis: The Book of the Undead

I’m a little dissapointed with this review. These range from Incorporeal Nova, a spell to destroy incorporeal undead, to Spawn screen, where you resist the process of becoming an undead spawn if killed. Trivia About Libris Mortis: There is new information on traditional undead creatures liches, zombies, and so onas well as new monsters and informati. The book was the second in the series of books about specific monster types, the first being Draconomicon.

In terms of domains, we have Undezd, Hunger, and Undeath, with most of the magic coming in the form of spells.

Nov 22, Daniel rated it really liked it Shelves: These are little templates, almost boilerplates like those found in the Monsternomicon by Privateer Press.

Taking them away, AC should be 17, not 22, and flat-footed AC should be 12, not Also, “Familiar” is listed as a Special Quality, but he’s chosen not to summon a familiar. Lbris there are NPCs scattered throughout several of the other chapters and many of those had errors with their stats as wellall in all Moftis think there are probably more stat errors in Libris Mortis than there were in Monster Manual III – not a very good trend there, WotC!

Make the 3rd feat a bonus feat. It makes you shake your head in wonder that Wizards like most big rpg publishers don’t tap the enormous resource that is its fans.

I linris trying to imply that WotC had “stolen” these templates from other companies, merely that a few of the concepts had already been done elsewhere.

No AC values given, just the breakdowns and one of those is wrong! After all, it isn’t too difficult to create the stats for whatever familiar you might choose to give an NPC such as Ugen here.


Speed should be 30 ft. Useful if you are playing a campaign with lots of undead. This isn’t exactly a stat problem, just a concept one – why does a humanoid become a shadow if drained of all Strength by an umbral creature, but an aberration, dragon, giant, magical beast, or monstrous humanoid with a Charisma of 8 or more drained of all Strength by an umbral creature doesn’t become an umbral creature?

Things like a Barrowfield or a Mortuary among others. Players looking to customize their characters have a few options in PrCs. Cover of Libris Mortis.

One has only 3 levels in all, and another has 14! For example, Mongoose Publishing’s Encyclopaedia Arcane: Of course feats are another way to customize a character.

Another benefit is that this is one of the few 3. Cordell said that pop culture has “less impact on [his] conceptualizations of the undead”, but he did mention The Evil Dead28 Days Later and the novel Salem’s Lot.

Origins of undeath; undead physiology, metabolism, propagation, development, and senses; outlook and psychology, sentience, time and immortality, compassion, and spawn; society; religion with descriptions of 5 deities relating to the undead ; and a section tge fighting undead Character Options: The Summon Undead spells origionally printed in Magic of Faerun were copied without update from 3.

It may sound strange, but this will hopefully free up the upcoming Complete Arcane from having too much focus on necromantic fields like spells, feats, and PrCs. These maps are places where undead are pretty common. The feats and spells are all relevant to the topic at hand, and seem pretty well balanced, although naturally some of them will probably see much more use than others.