Scarred Lands Campaign Setting: Ghelspad

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Scarred Lands Campaign Setting: Ghelspad
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Abbreviation: N/A
Series: Scarred Lands
Author: SSS Staff
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing/Sword & Sorcery Studios
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Release Date: June 3, 2002
Format: Hardcover
Page Count: 224
ISBN-10: 1-58846-184-X
Price: $24.95
Product Blurb:
Playground of titans, battlefield of gods, land of empires and magic: Ghelspad is a vivid and exciting setting for your fantasy campaign. This volume details the lands, peoples, cultures, gods, and history of Ghelspad, from the ancient titanic epochs to the horrors of the Divine War and the tumultuous recent years, when the empire of Calastia has risen to threaten the lands freedom, and titanspawn continue to plot the return of their evil masters. Scarred Lands Campaign Setting: Ghelspad provides Game Masters with a fully developed setting ready-made for adventure. Enterthe continent of Ghelspad and experience the world of the Scarred Lands first-hand.
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Summary[edit]

Scared Lands Campaign Setting: Ghelspad is a group-developed campaign setting on the continent of Ghelspad. Their approach was to split the continent into distinct political areas, each one having a twist.

In ages prior, there were both Gods and Titans. Those two came to blows in a terrible war, wrecking the land, creating terrible creatures, and bringing civilization to its knees. The gods won that war.

Hundreds of years later, the people of the land still wrestle with the remnants of that war.

The book itself was written early in the 3e era.

In addition to describing many lands, the gazetteer has a section of Prestige Classes.

OGL Content[edit]

Prestige Classes[edit]



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