Necomancer The Dark Road questions

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Necomancer The Dark Road questions

Postby StylinLP38 » Thu Oct 25, 2018 3:53 pm

Hello, new to this forum. I wasn't sure which forum to post on for D&D questions but I have the Necromancer "The Dark Roads" supplement book and am really excited to use this material in a campaign. I think the book is written well but really not ment for players to read. More of a Demon summing DMG. Also, there is such examples of demon lore books, scrolls, and symbols/circles to use in a roleplaying scenario. I think that not only is this interesting material for players in a game but the enemy/bad guys would certainly be using this lore for themselves. In fact, that is how the players would get their hands on it. I wondered if there was such player handouts and further material?
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Re: Necomancer The Dark Road questions

Postby msprange » Fri Oct 26, 2018 9:10 am

It will not be for every group, that is for certain - but we always intended this book to be used by either GMs or players, as befitted the campaign.
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Re: Necomancer The Dark Road questions

Postby StylinLP38 » Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:09 pm

I asked hoping that Mongoose or another fan created a players handbook and player handouts for demon lore to help flush out summoning. I actually created a Lore book, a 2nd lvl spell called Ritual of Summoning and used GIMP to create 2 scrolls on summoning two specific demons with a summoning circle and focus items and common name.. If you guys want to see that stuff.
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Re: Necomancer The Dark Road questions

Postby msprange » Tue Oct 30, 2018 9:30 am

I am sure other players here would love to see it!
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