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Date Created: 13th October 2010
Status: In progress/transcribing
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(The Other) Tome of Magic Edit

Summary::A re-examination and re-development of SRD spells and the classes that use them, as well as items of power. Not all spells were born equal, and the (Other) Tome of Magic seeks to fix that! Dealing not only with spells, but with the rules behind them and many of the classes that use them, this supplement aims to make spell lists more balanced and useful, as well as fixing problem spells. Additionally, this deals with magical items of all sorts and how to make your game easier and more fun without getting into endless dumpster-diving and the Christmas-tree effect.

For (Would-Be) Contributors Edit

First off, if you're thinking of contributing, thank you! While Tarkis and I are working very hard to make this project happen, we're only two people, and there's only so much we can do or think of. So if you're going to contribute, you're helping us a great deal, and we appreciate it big-time.

In terms of what needs doing, there's going to be an extremely long list, that I'll update every once in a while, and so if you could do anything in this list, it would be awesome.

  • SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation And Grammar). While I try to be as careful as possible, it's not always perfect, and thus, any help with checking for this is always greatly appreciated.
  • Layout and organization of Chapter 1. At the moment, it's a giant thoughtdump with relatively little in organizational logic, and any help or suggestions with that would be great.
  • Suggestions and commentary on any of the content. This is always sought-after.

This is not a definitive list, and could be added to or changed.

Contents Edit

Introduction Edit

Why should I bother with this sourcebook?
Integration with other Tomes
Credit where credit's due
A note on notation

Chapter 1: Basics and Bookwork Edit

Basics
Character Creation
Combat
Magic
Tags

Chapter 2: Classes and Creation Edit

Arcane Magic Users
Bard
Sorcerer
Wizard
Divine Magic Users
Cleric
Paladin
Natural Magic Users
Druid
Ranger
Prestige Classes
Arcane Archer
Arcane Trickster
Mystic Theurge

Chapter 3: Equipment and Enhancements Edit

General Rules
Wealth By Level
New Item Classifications
Item Slots
Items When Starting Above 1st Level
Proper Care, Feeding and Rules for Items
Items By Type
Armour
Mundane Armour
Armour and Natural Armour
Potions
Staves
Wands
Weapons
Intelligent Items
Magical Locations

Chapter 4: Spells and Sigils Edit

Reading the New Spell Statblock
Changed Spells
Combined Spells
Removed Spells
Renamed Spells
New Spells
Spheres
Spells By Class

Chapter 5: Variants and Variations Edit

Ability Arrays
Better Hit Points
Declaratory Initiative
More Stable Saves
Narrow Caster Classes
Alchemist
Beastmaster
Binder
Hermit
Ley-Mage
Mystic
Necromancer
Preacher
Psion
Ritualist
Seer
Templar
Warmage
No Tome of Prowess
Revised Combat Maneuvers
Bull Rush
Covering Fire
Disarm
Grapple
Grab On
Hold Down
Pin
Sunder
Trip
Simplified Skill Points



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