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Player S Handbook Paladin

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ISBN : 0786952660
Genre : Games
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Speed up your game with official D&D® power cards. Players using Player's Handbook(R) Power Cards don't need to crack open a rulebook every time they cast a spell--all the crucial information is right in front of their eyes. Each and every class power appearing in the Player's Handbook has its own card. Simply select the cards for your character's powers and you're ready to play! This deck of 100 cards includes all the powers from Player's Handbook for the paladin, plus a few blank cards for players to use for other powers.

Monster Manual

Author : Wizards RPG Team
ISBN : 0786965614
Genre : Games
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Describes the characteristics and attributes of a variety of monsters, zombies, demons, giants, werewolves, animals, and aliens for use in the Dungeons and Dragons game.

Hoard Of The Dragon Queen

Author : Wolfgang Baur (Writer on fantasy games)
ISBN : 0786965649
Genre : Games
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Tyranny of Dragons story arc by Wolfgang Baur

Rules Of Play

Author : Katie Salen
ISBN : 0262240459
Genre : Computers
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An impassioned look at games and game design that offers the most ambitious framework for understanding them to date.

Dungeon Masters

Author : Wizards Rpg Team
ISBN : 0786956305
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Awesome tools, rules, and adventure content for every Dungeon Master. If you're a Dungeons & Dragons player interested in taking on the role of the Dungeon Master, or if you're an experienced DM looking for more game advice, tools, and adventure content, the Dungeon Master's Kit™ has exactly what you need to build your own Dungeons & Dragons campaign and excite the imaginations of you and your players. This deluxe box contains rules and advice to help Dungeon Masters run games for adventurers of levels 1–30. It also includes useful DM tools such as a Dungeon Master's screen (with tables and rules printed on the inside), die-cut terrain tiles and monster tokens, and fold-out battle maps. Game components: • 96-page book of rules and advice for Dungeon Masters • 32-page monster book • Two 32-page adventures • 3 sheets of die-cut monster tokens • 2 double-sided battle maps • Fold-out Dungeon Master's screen

Psionic Power

Author : Robert J. Schwalb
ISBN : 0786955600
Genre : Games
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New options for ardents, battleminds, monks, and psions. Hot on the heels of the Player's Handbook® 3 core rulebook comes Psionic Power(tm), a D&D® supplement that explores the psionic power source in more detail. This supplement presents hundreds of new options for D&D characters, specifically focusing on heroes who channel the power of the mind. It provides new builds for the ardent, battlemind, monk, and psion classes, including new character powers, feats, paragon paths, and epic destinies.

Tomb Of Annihilation

Author : Wizards RPG Team
ISBN : 0786966106
Genre : Games & Activities
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"For use with the fifth edition Player's handbook, Monster manual, and Dungeon master's guide"--Back cover.

Dungeons Dragons Player S Handbook

Author : Monte Cook
ISBN : PSU:000054550476
Genre : Games
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Revised versions of the phenomenally successful Dungeons & Dragons core rulebooks.

Battlefields Of Negotiation

Author : Rene Glas
ISBN : 9789089645005
Genre : Social Science
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The massively multiplayer online role-playing game 'World of Warcraft' has become one of the most popular computer games of the past decade, introducing millions around the world to community-based play. Within the boundaries set by its design, the game encourages players to appropriate and shape the game to their own wishes, resulting in highly diverse forms of play and participation. This illuminating study frames 'World of Warcraft' as a complex socio-cultural phenomenon defined by and evolving as a result of the negotiations between groups of players as well as the game's owners, throwing new light on complex consumer- producer relationships in the increasingly participatory but still tightly controlled media of online games.

Pikachu S Global Adventure

Author : Joseph Tobin
ISBN : 9780822385813
Genre : Business & Economics
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Initially developed in Japan by Nintendo as a computer game, Pokémon swept the globe in the late 1990s. Based on a narrative in which a group of children capture, train, and do battle with over a hundred imaginary creatures, Pokémon quickly diversified into an array of popular products including comic books, a TV show, movies, trading cards, stickers, toys, and clothing. Pokémon eventually became the top grossing children's product of all time. Yet the phenomenon fizzled as quickly as it had ignited. By 2002, the Pokémon craze was mostly over. Pikachu’s Global Adventure describes the spectacular, complex, and unpredictable rise and fall of Pokémon in countries around the world. In analyzing the popularity of Pokémon, this innovative volume addresses core debates about the globalization of popular culture and about children’s consumption of mass-produced culture. Topics explored include the origins of Pokémon in Japan’s valorization of cuteness and traditions of insect collecting and anime; the efforts of Japanese producers and American marketers to localize it for foreign markets by muting its sex, violence, moral ambiguity, and general feeling of Japaneseness; debates about children’s vulnerability versus agency as consumers; and the contentious question of Pokémon’s educational value and place in school. The contributors include teachers as well as scholars from the fields of anthropology, media studies, sociology, and education. Tracking the reception of Pokémon in Japan, the United States, Great Britain, France, and Israel, they emphasize its significance as the first Japanese cultural product to enjoy substantial worldwide success and challenge western dominance in the global production and circulation of cultural goods. Contributors. Anne Allison, Linda-Renée Bloch, Helen Bromley, Gilles Brougere, David Buckingham, Koichi Iwabuchi, Hirofumi Katsuno, Dafna Lemish, Jeffrey Maret, Julian Sefton-Green, Joseph Tobin, Samuel Tobin, Rebekah Willet, Christine Yano

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