Secret Societies

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Secret Societies
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Author: Landon J. Winkler
Publisher: Silven Publishing
Item Code: 1279
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ISBN-10: 1-905471-25-4
Price: £15.00
Product Blurb:
Every campaign setting has its cults, conspiracies, and secret societies. Find out what's worked for them in the real world and what's brought them down. Titans of conspiracy theory like the Freemasons, Knights Templar, and the Assassins rub shoulders with game-perfect organizations like Mossad, Aum Shinrikyo, and the Thule Society. Each of them is fully detailed, ready to serve as a source of inspiration or drop straight into your weekly game.

There´s also advice on getting the most impact and realism out of your secret societies, examples of societies in different genres of d20 play, plot hooks to bring your PCs into the action, prestige classes, and details on other societies from our world for whenever you need something a little extra for tonight´s game.

Why let your next secret society fall lifeless when the real world has already done the work for you?

Secret Societies features:

  • Information on how to use secret societies in your game
  • 6 popular real world secret societies detailed in depth and each examined from a fantasy, modern and futuristic perspective
  • d20 stats and rules to introduce those 6 societies into your games
  • 6 prestige classes
  • A broad examination of secret societies at large by looking briefly at over 25 such societies
  • A complete breakdown of creating your own secret societies in your game
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