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Of Ships and the Sea is an accessory for AD&D 2nd edition. It is the ninth and final book in the DMGR series.

Step lively, jackies! There's a beam wind and a race tide, and the duke's treasure cog flying to lee!

- Bruis Blackheart, notorious pirate, in a fine good humor.

The open sea, primal and unknown, beckons. Of Ships and the Sea is packed with information on the ships of the ADVANCED DUNGEON & DRAGONS game, rules for sailing them to exotic lands, and two systems for conductin naval combat. The action extends below the waves, too, as this book also reveals the secrets of underwater adventuring and exploration - rules for traveling, fighting, and casting spells underwater, new spells, new magical items, and a new character kit, the fathomer. Dive into a whole new dimension of gaming!

Contents[]

  • Chapter 1: Ships
  • Chapter 2: Nautical Travel
  • Chapter 3: Nautical Encounters
  • Chapter 4: Nautical Combat
  • Chapter 5: Underwater Survival
  • Chapter 6: Underwater Combat
  • Chapter 7: Spells Underwater
  • Chapter 8: Magical Items Underwater
  • Chapter 9: Underwater Topology
  • Chapter 10: Denizens of the Deep
  • Chapter 11: Using Specialists

Also includes fifty-nine tables.

Index[]

Creatures[]

alligatorcrocodiledragonelectric eelgiant clamgiant crabgiant crocodilegiant eelgiant lampreygiant leechgiant lobstergiant octopusgiant sea snakegiant sharkgiant snakegiant squidgiant turtleice mephitkiller whalekrilllampreynarwhalnereidseawolfshrimpspittersting raytakoturtleurchinwalruswater mephitwater elementalwater nagawater weird

Magic[]

Items
air spores
Potions
aroma of dreamscurdled deathMurdock's insect wardpotion of fire breathpotion of flyingpotion of gaseous formpotion of levitationpotion of plant controlpotion of rainbow huespotion of sweet waterpotion of water breathing
Spells
converse with sea creaturesdetect predatorecholocationfloatpressure resistanceSamprey's sensible sea spheretears of the crocodile
Others
elemental vortex

Appendix[]

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