|A sourcebook by Mike Mearls|
|Creative Direction:||Monte Cook|
|Cover Art:||Jeremy Jarvis|
|Interior Art:||Kev Crossley|
|Cover Design and Interior Page Design:||Lisa Chido|
|Production:||Sue Weinlein Cook|
|Playtesters:||Mark Barazzuol, Chris Cumming, Matt Cumming, Chris Gahan, Kat Gahan, Kelly Graham, Derek Guder, Mason Kortz, Kevin Kulp, Melinda Lau, Kevin MacQuarrie, Jim McArthur, Geoffrey Nelson, Del Shand, Nicolas Shand, Apis Teicher, Dave Turner, Mait Walker, and Adam Windsor.|
|Publisher:||White Wolf Publishing, Inc.|
|Imprint:||Sword & Sorcery / Malhavoc Press|
|Published:||December 12, 2005|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-58846-797-X|
From the White Wolf catalog:
- A Rules Expansion by Mike Mearls
- This is a must-have book for DMs and players who want to get the most out of the high-octane variant action fantasy rules of Monte Cook Presents: Iron Heroes. The book’s in-depth rules discussion teaches you not only how to use the rules of the game, but how to change them.
- These pages include new options and ideas for existing rules, expansions of some concepts presented in Iron Heroes, and all-new material to supplement your Iron Heroes games. The useful design commentary helps you run a successful heroic combat character or campaign by showing you how every change can alter the nature of the game and offering suggestions of how best to apply them. Now you can see how the system really works!
Introduction: Running Action Fantasy Edit
Tips for gamemasters running an Iron Heroes style campaign.
Chapter One: Abilities Edit
Some alternative methods for generating player and NPC ability scores.
Chapter Two: Characters and the Campaign World Edit
Advice on how character traits and classes interact with a group's campaign world, plus tips on how to create that world as a group.
Chapter Three: Character Classes Edit
New classes designed specifically for villains and NPCs.
Chapter Four: Combat Edit
Rules for environmental effects on combat.
Chapter Five: Treasure, Rewards and Experience Edit
A guide to player and character rewards in Iron Heroes, including a new system of Wealth Feats.
Chapter Six: Magic and Magic Items Edit
Notes and rules for using magic in the generally low-magic atmosphere of Iron Heroes, including alternate rules for the creation of magic items.
Chapter Seven: Campaign Options Edit
Suggested rules for alternate ways to award experience, and "metagame mechanics".
Appendix: Importing Game Material Edit
A guide to using material from other d20 sources in an Iron Heroes campaign.
Memorable Quotes Edit
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Monte Cook Presents: Iron Heroes
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Iron Heroes books
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Iron Heroes Bestiary