Your PCs are deep in the dungeon and have just defeated a terrifying dragon! As they bandage their wounds, and ready their fallen friend’s bodies for return to the surface, they look around and ask “So what’s in the dragon’s hoard, anyway?” At that point, unless the GM has prepared a detailed list of treasure the PCs get (possibly) literally tons of coins and some generic magic items. (After all, most GMs have better things to do with their prep time than generate treasure descriptions for stuff the PCs will likely sell as soon as they get back to town).
So What’s the Hoard Like, Anyway? III banishes these problems by providing a veritable hoard of 72 pre-generated, ready-to-use lists of highly detailed treasure hoards ready to insert into almost any GM’s campaign. Usable with any monster (not just dragons - this is not an excuse to put more dragons in your dungeons) the lists are broken down by character level making it easy to choose an appropriate hoard.
So What’s the Hoard Like, Anyway? III presents hoards appropriate for character levels 15-20.
“As I've come to expect from Raging Swan press, this pdf features a flawless editing and formatting. Layout adheres to RSP's two-column standard and the pdf comes with two versions - one optimized for the screen and one to print out. It should also be noted that the pdf is fully bookmarked. Some mini-product lines go with a whimper - the third and final one depicting hoards instead goes with a bang. None of the hoards feel like they're bland or have been done before and generally, especially the mundane treasures (come on, who can't craft a great yarn from a gilded iron maiden?) are awesome and ooze iconicity.”
“This supplement stands out marvellously as a supplement for adding variety and wonder to any game at high-level play; Ben Kent has done a superb job bringing to life an impressive variety of wondrous treasures for adventurers to covet and cherish--and I could certainly see a great many of the finds throughout this product ending up as permanent fixtures in the homes of those same-such heroes. It would have been easy to make a product of this nature simply churning through random rolls to populate lists as a simple time-saver for GMs--but reading through this supplement it is clear that care was taken to ensure that everything read and felt compelling.”
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