Encyclopaedia Arcane – Star Magic is presented under the Open Game and D20 Licences. See page 64 for the text of these licences. All game stats and pages. Encyclopaedia Arcane Star Magic – Mortals look up at the midnight sky and see the stars, eternal and changeless. They have worshipped them. Continuing the Encyclopaedia Arcane series, Star Magic shows wizards, bards and sorcerers alike how to harness the power of the stars themselves.

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Necromancy Beyond the Grave. The conversion from the non-d20 system seems surprisingly well integrated into the d20 rules, but it does take a little getting used to some of the concepts introduced in the book.

All find their way barred by the guardians of the secret path. Most of the new feats are directly tied to the Constellations too. After a brief introduction and flavour text in diary form, the book gives an overview of Star Magic – the ability to channel the energy of certain powerful Stars to earth, and meld that energy into a magical effect. Magi can channel different stars together and create greater magical effects which are known as a Constellations.


Tuesday, 1st April, Tuesday, 16th December, Encyclopaedia Arcane, going out of print? Still this is a professional product with just a few minor flaws. The book offers these places as story hooks and meeting places for Magi characters. There is a short discussion of the effects of metamagic feats on star magic.

The chapter is clear and concise and outlines all the rules that a character of each class will need, accompanied by a simple table for quick reference always a useful tool in a book of this type.

Blood Magic by Ian Sturrock. It is good to see all three arcane spellcasters addressed instead of concentrating solely on the Wizard as many similar d20 books do. This d20 supplement focuses on enchantments.

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Most of all, the unusual idea of channeling Stars i. Within these s… More.

Abjuration by August Hahn. Rather than learning spells as such the magi learn and study stars.

Mongoose Publishing have been rattling off the Encyclopaedia series rather quickly. You have no items in your shopping cart.

Lenses offer a small bonus to the character’s casting level while channelling a particular star or constellation.


Encyclopaedia Arcane: Star Magic

The magi would call this “over-channelling”. Shamans the Call of the Wild by Alejandro Melchor. Sunday, 6th June, Welcome, mortal, to the Dark Road. The very best of the Encyclopaedia Arcane series… More. Double click on above image to view full picture. This volume of the Encyclopaedia Arcane series gi… More. The section on prestige classes offers four new ones related to star magic: When you create a new school of magic it needs to be tied into the balance mechanism that regulates specialist mages.

Encyclopaedia Arcane – Star Magic

Chaos Magic Wild Sorcery. Encyclopaediw of the artwork in the book are illustrations of Tarot like cards which represent the Constellations in a similar manner to Major Arcana.

These two are slightly less scholarly than the shorter classes, each aracne d6 hit dice per level rather than d4. Reset Fields Log in.