Splatbook 116 - Beyond the City

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Splatbook 116 - Beyond the City

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Broke as a joke, we’re leaving the city behind! Join DM’s Glen, Cory, Fulongamer, and Brian as they conclude their five part episode arc regarding cities! After answering some emails, the guys saddle up and ride out. First the delve into the possible races that surround a city, then expand upon that into a discussion of neighboring life to a city, and bring things home with a review of the Cities of Mystery supplement.

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It’s In The Book – Races surrounding a city – Who is good?
Rule Zero – City Building IV: Life outside the city (Neighboring life)
Option Package – Cities of Mystery (TSR 9262)
Snipe Hunt – Golems

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