Get your Siege of Dragonspear Manuals Here!
Dee Member Posts: 10,447
edited June 2016 in Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear
While we wait for Ben to get into the office, I thought I'd drop the Siege of Dragonspear manuals here for your perusal.
Field ReportThe Field Report, written by Flaming Fist Corporal Bence Duncan, describes the region surrounding Dragonspear Castle, as well as some of the major players in the Siege of Dragonspear conflict.
Adventurer's GuideThe Adventurer's Guide is your one-stop shop for all the most accurate information about races, classes, spells, and equipment in the Baldur's Gate series. The "back of the book" also features a pair of appendices: one for a bestiary of creatures you can summon and control, the other containing full level progressions for each of the base classes.
Sword Coast Survival Guide - Revised!Featuring all-new layout and design, the latest edition of the Sword Coast Survival Guide describes the region south of Baldur's Gate city, which is where the initial Baldur's Gate campaign takes place.
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You can also download them from the Siege of Dragonspear website now: http://www.siegeofdragonspear.com
I also noticed that the Survival Guide to the Sword Coast has less pages since it got all the Gameplay section out of the manual.
The Adventurer's Guide does have a ToC, though; I imagine you're referring to the Sword Coast Survival Guide and Field Report.
Also, I hope you don't remove the old documents since they work better on my computer. I suppose it's because the resolution of the images on the new ones, but I have a lot of problems scrolling through them.
And finally, any chance for the Survival guide being printed on the Collector's Edition even if it's using binders as the Adventure Guide? I would really like to have all 3 manuals printed on that box.
Would be really grateful if you could sort these!
I've reported it; I honestly don't know if it's better to update existing issues related to the manual, or to just create new reports entirely. Hopefully they can be sorted the same anyway; especially before it's being put to print.
Also, the section on the monk class doesn't mention their detection/stealth abilites.
edit: in the 2nd link there is something about the bard's weapon proficiencies.