Bring the dizzying concepts of time travel into your game.
Publisher's blurb: "Chronomancer: Time Travel for Everyone is the definitive source for time travel in the d20/OGL system. At 330 pages, it contains 115 new spells, 88 new psionic powers, 29 new classes and prestige classes including their epic progression, 22 new feats and one new attitude. There is over a dozens forms of time and ways to time travel. Every class can find some way to participate ranging from the Ancient Barbarian to the Epic Chronomancer Sorcerer. Old characters can make use of much of this material learn spells, feats and taking prestige classes or you can jump headlong into a time travelling campaign with a new setting, classes and from simple to complex rules for time travel.
"This book is designed to enhance an existing campaign. It is as long as the Player's Handbook and is 3.5 system compatible. The book wastes no space reprinting SRD rules or creating new character creation rules. Beginning with Fate's Fee, an experience point cost system for creating paradoxes, the Game Master is provided with the tools to manage a chronomancy campaign. 'Chronomancy,' not just 'time travel,' because the book provides plenty of options for an interesting campaigns without time travel. Spells are even noted as affecting the present-only, past, future and if they can create paradoxes. Time is presented in three steps, simple, moderate and complex.
"Don't think time travel is left out, that is the heart of the book! Two chapters are dedicated to forms of time, temporal anomalies and how to resolve paradoxes. There are over a dozen spells, time machines and class abilities that allow a character to travel forward and backward through time. 5th dimensional time travel even allows a character to travel into times that have been erased.
"If you just want a single chronomancer to appear in the game infrequently or if you want to mount an entire time travelling campaign to explore the infinite variations of time in Gaphers Chaos, this book is for you."
Author: Mark Charke
Publishers' Reference: Unknown
PDF, 330 pages
Date: November 2008
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