Splatbook 100 - Forgotten Realms #7: The Moonsea

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Splatbook 100 - Forgotten Realms #7: The Moonsea

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We are returning to the Realms for this episode! Join DM’s Glen, Fulongamer, Brian and Cory as they focus on a popular region of Toril, the Moonsea! After answering a round of emails, they gear up and hit the trail. First they take a look at the Warriors of the Moonsea kit from the Warriors and Priests of the Realms, then take a look at some exotic armors. From there, they delve into the classic Ruins of Adventure module, and provide an overview of the Moonsea supplement.

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