By Jesse Decker, Jim Pavelec
The hammer-swinging, ale-gulping dwarf is a staple of any fable crusade, yet there is extra to those stout people than horned helmets and a lust for conflict. Hammer & Helm, a player's toolkit choked with personality innovations, explores dwarf tradition via a plethora of expertly designed ideas via Dragon journal editor Jesse Decker. With new feats (including new kinds corresponding to bloodline and bonding feats), status sessions, subraces, spells, and gear, Hammer & Helm enables you to thoroughly customise your dwarf personality. the 1st of eco-friendly Ronin's Races of Renown sourcebooks, Hammer & Helm units the normal for d20 race books.
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