Priest's Spell Compendium, Volume 1 (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons)
|Rating||:||4.74 (530 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||288 Pages|
Priest's Spell Compendium, Volume 1 (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons) book has been released since 2014-06-12. Priest's Spell Compendium, Volume 1 (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons) are written by Inc. TSR and it has 288 of pages on paperback.
"Needs editing, but still awesome!!" according to Jason Thomas Goff. As some have pointed out, the editing in this leaves a bit to be desired and it would seem that the icon usage is, at best, haphazard. Saying this is, however, a ploy by WoTC to bilke money is a misnomer. As the compendium set trend was started before The EGG was forced out, the issues in the Priest compendium are more due to lack of 2E experience as many of the senior people left in the inte. "You can't get many of these spells anywhere else" according to Michael J. Tresca. IntroductionThe Priest's Spell Compendium (PSC) is the fifth installment in a welcome trend: TSR/WOTC cleaning out their vaults, collating their material, and placing them in sourcebooks. The Wizard's Spell Compendium, now complete, was a valuable addition to any player or Dungeon Master's repertoire of spells. On the other hand, it was just gravy, and it suffered (like other collections) fro. Very useful Alex AD&D always needed some sort of compendium to gather all the materials it has spawned over the years. It has been done to magical items, artifacts, wizard spells, and now - priest spells. I don't see how one can argue against this book: all the spells are copied correctly , with no changes from their original entries ( sources are quoted, as always). It's an incredible thing to own a gatherin