The PCs stand triumphant over the bloodied bodies of their fallen enemies. As they bind their wounds and begin to loot the corpses they ask, “So what’s that fighter’s armour like, anyway?” An answer such as “it’s a masterwork suit of chainmail” is somewhat of an anticlimax, but who has the time to prepared detailed armour descriptions these days given that the PCs will probably just sell it?
So What’s the Armour Like, Anyway? banishes this problem by providing hundreds of detailed items for the busy GM to immediately use in his campaign.
“In short, I can not recommend the books in this series enough to you. Even the most creative GM in the world will find usage from a PDF of this nature, the time saving capacity alone makes this well worth the price of admission. An easily given 5 star rating!”
“I am also glad to announce that Richard Green's latest contribution to the line (he is also responsible for the one on weapons and, with Liz Smith, for the one on taverns) can stand up to the excellent quality established by the recent releases. Thus, I'm happy to pronounce a final verdict of 5 stars + endzeitgeist seal of approval for another extremely useful contribution to the line.”
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