"(2nd printing -- substantially updated and added to from 1st) The Celts dwelt in a world wholly separate from our own - of stone cromlech, wicker men, dark fey and wild gods. In their world, ancient trees bore the wisdom of time, and the world was alive with spirits. They possessed a language of such haunting beauty that its echoes stir memories within us of a people we once were. The Codex Celtarum delves into the myths of the Celtic peoples, the powers of the world around them, the monsters that hunted them, and the gods that watched over them.
Within the Codex Celtarum lies a wealth of information; gaming material that blows new life into the world of the fey, the druid, the ranger and all characters whose travels carry them through the wooded hills, broken crags and dark forests of our primeval imaginings."
- 'Castles & Crusades Codex Celtarum 2nd Printing' has expanded PC options,monsters, & spells.
- Beyond most people's awareness there's lots of expanded adventure options on the table top.
- The artwork is very well done & so is the cartography.
- The role of the Celtic spiritual, supernatural, & even realms of the gods have been expanded upon in the form of the mythological spirit realms.
- Lots more artwork in between the pages. .
- The role of the Druid & other traditional Dungeons & Dragons classes has been expanded with the Celtic framework of 'The Codex Celtarum 2nd Printing'.
'Codex Celtarum 2nd Printing' is nice in how modular the book is for campaign & adventure design. The overall book speaks volumes for a campaign that utilizes a Celtic or Druidic theme as its base. For example the 'Codex Celtarum 2nd Printing' is a perfect book to use for an Arthurian themed campaign. The material fits the mythos so well that it blend in perfectly.
For a classic Advanced Dungeons & Dragons campaign such as Greyhawk, 'Codex Celtarum 2nd Printing' could add in an extra layer of material. This is especially true if the dungeon master is using Castles & Crusades as his or her base system.
The Codex Celtarum 2nd Printing gives Greyhawk a much more Celtic mythological edge to the campaign world. The Fey & the Celtic gods exist in a sort of uneasy relationship & the world of Greyhawk is changing. The Otherworld takes far more center stage with its influence both helping & hindering Greyhawk at turns.
Its this dynamic relationship that really drives the Codex Celtarum 2nd Printing within the Troll Lords house campaign setting of 'The World of Aihrde'
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