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Author: Shane Hensley,Brom
ISBN13: 978-1560768821
Title: Dark Sun: City by the Silt Sea (AD&D 2nd Ed. Fantasy Roleplaying)
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Publisher: TSR Inc. (August 1, 1994)
Pages: 192

Dark Sun: City by the Silt Sea (AD&D 2nd Ed. Fantasy Roleplaying) by Shane Hensley,Brom



Fantasy Roleplaying) Paperback – Box set, August 1, 1994. by Shane Hensley (Author), Brom (Illustrator). Earth, Air, Fire and Water (AD&D 2nd Ed Fantasy Roleplaying, Dark Sun Setting).

Dark Sun: Dragon's Crown AD&D 2nd Ed. Fantasy Roleplaying, Dark Sun, DSE1). Like the other sets its full of good fluff on the world of Athas, particular the silt sea region in this one, with a focus on the city of Giustenal. Lots of great information that can be used in a 2e game, or with only a little work converted for use in 4e. The set also has a beautiful double sided map of the area and the city ruins. highly recommended for anyone running a Dark Sun campaign.

Beginning with the Dark Sun boxed set (1991), TSR released one major supplement for the Dark Sun line every year. In 1992 that was the Dragon Kings hardcover (1992), in 1993 that was the Ivory Triangle boxed set (1993) and in 1994 that was the City by the Silt Sea boxed set (1994). City by the Silt Sea was also the last RPG release for Dark Sun in 199. nd it had been a slightly lean year. Hensley was at the time freelancing for TSR, FASA, and West End Games. Though he'd become better known a few years later for his creation of Deadlands (1996), he still regularly lists City by the Silt Sea as one of the RPG products that he's most proud of. About the Product Historian.

Priests beneath the dark sun pledge themselves to the very powers that dwell on the elemental planes.

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This book begins with an explanation about the nature of the elemental planes in the wake of Athas’s devastation and its effects on those mortal champions who are the Athasian priest class. Priests beneath the dark sun pledge themselves to the very powers that dwell on the elemental planes. Like the Athasian deserts, the elemental powers are neither benevolent nor malevolent, caring only that their natural forms are preserved in the material world. Listen well, my children,” Jurgan said as he sat by the well and watched the blazing sun slide toward the horizon. tle or allow their lands to wither at the defiler’s touch.

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Fantasy Roleplaying). ISBN13: 9781560768821. City by Silt Sea. by Shane Lacy Hensley. Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New. - Very Good. Contains: 96 page Campaign Expansion Book 64 page Adventure book 32 page Monster Compendium 6 reference Cards Full Color Double sided poster of the area. ISBN13:9781560768821. Release Date:September 1994.

Contains: 96 page Campaign Expansion Book 64 page Adventure book 32 page Monster Compendium 6 reference Cards Full Color Double sided poster of the area
Reviews: 2
SiIеnt
This is another of the boxset supplements that TSR released for Dark Sun back in 2nd edition. Like the other sets its full of good fluff on the world of Athas, particular the silt sea region in this one, with a focus on the city of Giustenal. Lots of great information that can be used in a 2e game, or with only a little work converted for use in 4e. The set also has a beautiful double sided map of the area and the city ruins.

highly recommended for anyone running a Dark Sun campaign.
Tygokasa
Dark-Sun is my all time favorite D&D Setting. Of course I still play 2nd edition. I have never seen a bad supplement for it, and the other incarnations of it for 3rd and 4th edition left a-lot out,particularly the flavor of the setting. Dark-Sun is not a typical setting, Athas is a burned, dying, and scorched world. Most races and classes are modified to suit this flavor. The Game is about survival, where water is more valuable than gold and iron (which both are lacking). The setting places an emphasis on psionics and magic. Defilers seek to keep the world desolate and dying, while preservers want to bring life back to the world. Illiteracy is common, and it can be considered a crime to be literate. So, if you are looking for a setting that is NOT STEREOTYPICAL, than Dark-Sun is for you. I will add, the supplements are many, and they are out of print, but it is so much worth the costs, which you may find on AMAZON at a good price, just make sure you get the MAPS :-)