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Authors: Eric Brennan, Deirdre Brooks, Conrad Hubbard, Lydia Laurenson, Dustin Shampel and Stephen Lea Sheppard
Comic Scripter: Carl Bowen
Developers: John Chambers and Stephen Lea Sheppard with John Masterson
Editors: Scribendi.com
Art Direction: Brian Glass
Artists: DPI Studios (with Aaron Norell), Newton Ewell, Andrew Hepworth, Saana “Kiyo” Lappalainen, Pasi Pitkanen, UDON (with Chamba, Scott Hepburn, Jorge Molina, Saejin Oh, Chris Stevens and Jim Zubkavich) and Melissa Uran
Cover Art: Adam Warren with GuruFX
Book Design: Brian Glass
Publisher: White Wolf Publishing, Inc.
Imprint: White Wolf Game Studio
Published: October 24, 2007
Pages: 176
Publication #: WW 80303
Reference #: ISBN 978-1-58846-698-3
PDF: DriveThruRPG.com Bullet-rpg
Price: Digital: $14.99

Print on Demand: $24.99

The Books of Sorcery Volume IV - The Roll of Glorious Divinity I - Gods and Elementals is a sourcebook for Exalted Second Edition.

SummaryEdit

From the White Wolf Catalog:
In this fourth of Exalted's five Books of Sorcery, elementals and spirits finally get their due. This supplement outlines both the little gods of Creation and the Terrestrial Bureaucracy, as well as the elementals and their many courts. In addition, it also reveals the many spirit Charms available to these divine beings (as well as to enterprising Eclipse and Moonshadow Caste Exalted).
This book includes:
  • Complete stats for many of Exalted's elementals and Terrestrial gods
  • Rules for summoning elementals to do one's bidding
  • Complete Second Edition spirit Charms

ContentsEdit

IntroductionEdit

Chapter One: The Terrestrial BureaucracyEdit

Chapter Two: The Roll of Terrestrial DivinitiesEdit

Chapter Three: The Elemental CourtsEdit

Chapter Four: The Roll of Elemental BeingsEdit

Appendix: Divine MechanicsEdit

Background InformationEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

CharactersEdit

ReferencesEdit

Previous release:
Exalted: Manual of Exalted Power: Sidereals Bullet-pdf
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Next release:
Exalted: Scroll of Kings Bullet-pdf
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