|Authors:||Jeff Harkness and James Sverapa|
|Art Director:||Richard Thomas|
|Layout & Typesetting:||Ron Thompson|
|Cover Artist:||Christopher Moeller|
|Interior Artists:||Chris Curtain, Talon Dunning and Steve Ellis|
|Front and Back Cover Design:||Ron Thompson|
|Map Design:||Rob Lee|
|Imprint:||Sword and Sorcery Studios|
|Publication Date:||February 25, 2002|
|Reference #:||ISBN 1-58846-187-4|
|Production #:||WW 8326|
Burok Torn: City Under Siege is a sourcebook for the Scarred Lands d20 campaign setting.
- The Battle Below
- A sourcebook for any fantasy campaign, both the Scarred Lands and elsewhere.
- Once, long ago, there was peace. The dwarves of Burok Torn and the dark elves of Dier Drendal fought together against the titanspawn and engaged in mutually beneficial trade. Yet war and betrayal tore these two races apart, and today Burok Torn is a place of sorrow, where the sins of the past trouble the rulers of the present, and the demands of honor drive elf and dwarf toward tragedy. Forced to fight a desperate war to save their wounded god, the dark eves assault the dwarves in a seemingly endless cycle of violence.
- Burok Torn: City Under Siege details one of the greatest wonders of the age - the ancient dwarven city of Burok Torn, where rune magic and faith combine to create an indomitable realm. This book also provides information of the mysterioius city of the dark elves, Dier Drendal, and the events that have led the dark elves to make war on their dwarven neighbors. The secrets of the dwarven rune masters are also revealed, along with rules for playing this and several other powerful prestige classes. Game masters in any campaign will find a wealth of information in this book, and players will find endless challenges in the labyrinthine tunnels of Burok Torn and Dier Drendal.
- This Sword & Sorcery™ book is published under the Open Game License and is 100% compatible with 3rd Edition rules and the d20 System
Chapter 1. City Under SiegeEdit
Chapter 2. The Dwarves of Burok TornEdit
Chapter 3. Of Gods and KingsEdit
Chapter 4. The Enemy UnderScarnEdit
Chapter 5. The Mysteries of the MountainsEdit
Chapter 6. AdventuresEdit
Appendix: Monsters from the DepthsEdit
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