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Creature Crucible #1 - Tall Tales of the Wee Folk

by TSR

Category: Role Playing Games, Dungeons & Dragons
Genre: D&D - Original Dungeons & Dragons (OD&D & Basic), RPG - Fantasy
Product Line: Basic Dungeons & Dragons (Original Edition) - Sourcebooks & Accessories
Author: John Nephew
Publish Date: 1989
Pages: 96
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.25"
Restockable: No
Condition: VG+     » Other conditions available
  • Tri-Fold Cover
  • 64-Page Book
  • 32-Page Book
  • NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
    2148579364 TSR9254 PC1 Module VG+

    The King of the Fairies rules a magical world of mischief, intrigue, danger, and adventure rivaling anything the human world can offer. From brownies, leprechauns, pixies, and sprites to pookas and even centaurs, all the creatures of the enchanted woodlands reveal their secrets for the first time.

    Tall Tales of the Wee Folk presents complete role-playing information on fairy creatures and other woodland races, opening these races for use as player characters. Their legends, stories, cultures, and historical material fits perfectly into the Known World described in the DUNGEONS & DRAGONS Gazetteer series and is also adaptable to the ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS game and its many settings.

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