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De Re Mortis

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Come explore the world of things that go bump in the night. In the dark, hidden corners of reality are the stuff of nightmares, the things that make you want to sleep with the lights on, the things that literally haunt your dreams, the things that refused to stay dead.


This book takes a deep dive into the realm of necromancy and the undead. From the mindless to the sinister, various types of undead are examined at length. Zombies, ghouls, mummies, vampires, ghosts and even liches are each given new depth. In the spirit of DCC, each is given variations and options so that none are predictable.


So turn down the lights and gather around as we tell a few ghost stories. Come, let us talk De Re Mortis - about matters of death.

This product is based on the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game.


What's in this book:

  • Breakdown of undead by mindless vs. sentient
  • Exposition on different types of undead with stats for each
    • Walking Corpse
    • Ghoul
    • Mummy
    • Vampire
    • Ghost
    • Lich
  • A selection of variable powers so each monster can be unique and unpredictable
  • An introduction to Tristorus, the otherworldly realm of shadows.
  • Necromancer class
  • Mordines - The Patron of Necromancers
  • 27 spells
  • Case Studies of specific undead


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This title was added to our catalog on April 27, 2024.