Heroes of Shadow (D&D 4e supplement)

Heroes of Shadow (D&D 4e supplement)

For heroes who bask in darkness. The Shadowfell is a cold, grim place through which the spirits of the dead must pass on their way to . . . wherever. Dark, evil things live there, suffused with the power of shadow. Some mortals in the natural world learn how to tap into this source. Assassins. Necromancers. Hexblades. By all accounts, a ruthless lot. However, not all beings For heroes who bask in darkness. The Shadowfell is a cold, grim place through which the spirits of the dead must p...

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Title:Heroes of Shadow (D&D 4e supplement)
Author:Mike Mearls
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Genres:Games
ISBN:078695745X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

Heroes of Shadow (D&D 4e supplement) Reviews

  • Jason Valletta
    Oct 05, 2012

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

    What could have been the best supplement ended up the worst. The flavor in this book is great. But as this is a gaming book, the mechanics are the important part. The Shadow power source gets one poorly-written class, and two poor subclasses. There is literally no reason to pl...

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  • Babyneedssocks
    Sep 10, 2011

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

    What could have been the best supplement ended up the worst. The flavor in this book is great. But as this is a gaming book, the mechanics are the important part. The Shadow power source gets one poorly-written class, and two poor subclasses. There is literally no reason to pl...

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  • Sean Breitenbach
    May 08, 2011

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

  • Ray Wodanson
    Nov 07, 2015

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

    What could have been the best supplement ended up the worst. The flavor in this book is great. But as this is a gaming book, the mechanics are the important part. The Shadow power source gets one poorly-written class, and two poor subclasses. There is literally no reason to pl...

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  • Artice Dowdey
    Nov 26, 2011

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

    What could have been the best supplement ended up the worst. The flavor in this book is great. But as this is a gaming book, the mechanics are the important part. The Shadow power source gets one poorly-written class, and two poor subclasses. There is literally no reason to pl...

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  • Melinda
    Sep 08, 2015

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

    What could have been the best supplement ended up the worst. The flavor in this book is great. But as this is a gaming book, the mechanics are the important part. The Shadow power source gets one poorly-written class, and two poor subclasses. There is literally no reason to pl...

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  • Darkwolf
    Sep 06, 2012

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

    What could have been the best supplement ended up the worst. The flavor in this book is great. But as this is a gaming book, the mechanics are the important part. The Shadow power source gets one poorly-written class, and two poor subclasses. There is literally no reason to pl...

  • Ty Crockett
    Dec 31, 2014

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

    What could have been the best supplement ended up the worst. The flavor in this book is great. But as this is a gaming book, the mechanics are the important part. The Shadow power source gets one poorly-written class, and two poor subclasses. There is literally no reason to pl...

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  • Logan
    Jan 10, 2016

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

    What could have been the best supplement ended up the worst. The flavor in this book is great. But as this is a gaming book, the mechanics are the important part. The Shadow power source gets one poorly-written class, and two poor subclasses. There is literally no reason to pl...

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  • Alan Lamounier
    May 18, 2016

    Finally finished my second read-through of this book. I like it. The new flavor of things, while incredibly morose, is something that I feel has been lacking from The Essentials line of D&D. For too long there has been no "dark side" of the game beyond what is fought in caverns ...

    What could have been the best supplement ended up the worst. The flavor in this book is great. But as this is a gaming book, the mechanics are the important part. The Shadow power source gets one poorly-written class, and two poor subclasses. There is literally no reason to pl...

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