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Casebound Castle Keeper Screens w/The Golden Familiar (3rd Edition)

Casebound Castle Keeper Screens w/The Golden Familiar (3rd Edition)
Genre: RPG - Fantasy
Publish Year: 2011
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.45"
Restockable: No
Mfg. part #: IMPTLG80122
Type: Ziplock


This screen is the original screen as produced by TLG for your C&C game. All the content is the same as TLG 8012 CK Screen. However this Casebound screen is bound on 90 pt. Chip Board.

Are your pesky Players getting you down? Do they scour over your notes looking for some hopeful hint on how to not get killed? We have the solution!

These original Castles & Crusades Combat Screens come in two, Two-Fold Screens, case-bound using 90pt chip board. These are the original screens, containing the helpful charts and combat rules for the beleaguered Castle Keeper.

They include:

  • All the abilities of the character classes
  • Primary attributes
  • Ready definitions of Challenge class, challenge base, challenge level
  • Combat modifiers including cover and ranged
  • Unarmed Combat
  • Surprise
  • Situational Modifiers
  • Liquid combat damage
  • Saving Throws
  • Monster Combat resolution
  • Undead types
  • Monster Intelligence
  • Encumbrance
  • Experience Point
  • Vision
  • Weapon with range and damage
  • Armor with AC value

    The Golden Familiar

    Some years past, the elven hero Ielda bore the Golden Familiar. He fell in the wilds upon the door steps of Castle Aucherwitch, by the foul machinations of the beast that lived there. Ottokar Vanek, minion of Aufstrag, dwells there still, holding in his clawed hand the elf's familiar. It is yours for the taking... if you are strong enough. Its hidden magics are yours if you are wise enough. If not? The lords of Aufstrag often said that death is always a welcome respite from the world's toils.

    The Golden Familiar is an adventure for 4-8 characters of 3rd to 6th level with a challenge level of 3-4. It is easily playable in any ongoing campaign or setting. Art: Peter Bradley