Kingdoms of Kalamar (d20) : Home of Knights of the Dinner Table, The lands of Tellene defined in the Kingdoms of Kalamar campaign setting . Dungeons & Dragons, D&D, and Dungeon Master are trademarks owned by. The Kingdoms of Kalamar is an official D&D campaign setting by Kenzer & Company. Originally published as an unofficial setting for AD&D in , the d20 . Kingdoms of Kalamar, the first in Kenzer and Company’s Official Dungeons .. It continues to be a generic setting with bits of D&D shoehorned in to fill up space.

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Originally Posted by Artanis. The chapter ends with a summary of the geographical features of the region divided into woodlands, mountain ranges, hills, wetlands, bodies of water, and rivers. Rather than separate pantheons for each race, the gods of Kalamar are simply worshipped in different names and preferences by different cultures.

Pekal is another state that is independent of Kalamar. Friday, 8th May, A couple of things are missing.

Kingdoms of Kalamar

Iingdoms, the type is less dense than either of those two products. I actually realized I didn’t like the book when I discovered that the only think keeping me reading was getting to the next nifty little character. Appendix III contains a basic outline of the laws as they exist in most regions of Tellene. August Learn how and when to remove this template message.

I’m here to try and explain to myself, as well as any others that might be interested, why this particular campaign setting has taken such a hold on my gaming life, and also because I kinngdoms I needed to rate this product. To be fair, no kalamra of solid prose or vibrant artwork could have fixed the essential problem with this setting, namely that it sets a new standard for dull, typical fantasy worlds.


Price is also generally taken into consideration. No new feats or skill variants. Barbarian horselords war among each other for control of the cold north, while Slennish cultists kidnap the innocents left behind the lines.

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A low magic world that attempts to be more realistic than most settings. Pel Brolenon is the final nation that makes up the Brandobian region, serving as a theocracy dedicated to the Overlord, god of tyranny. One of the huge problems I had with the book were inconsistencies found throughout.

I got approximately what I expected in terms of content and quality.

While filled with many of the fantastical elements that roleplayers love, the Kingdoms of Kalamar kalanar is fundamentally based on realism – within the context of the game, everything makes sense! Kalamar is the central nation of this region, controlled with an iron fist by the Emperor.

If you do not have e&d problem with that, and are interested in a quasi-medieval setting, than you could do far worse than Kingdoms of Kalamar. Information on the nations of other armies is limited kindgoms lists of troop types and numbers by country.


Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. I’ve read the book cover to cover and skimmed and re-skimmed parts of it and its just a haphazard collection of facts, myths and story ideas spread out over a whole continent.

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The New World, Part 9: Results 1 to 10 of Skarrna is controlled by independent, feudal Skyrvalkkers, or battle lords, who enjoy a great amount of trade with the Reanaarians.

The maps are large, and in color, but are not that remarkable in quality. The cover illustration, by Bob and Jennifer Burke, follows the example of the Wizards of the Coast hardbounds in depicting the cover of a book. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. From Schlock Kalamqr by Howard Tayler.

Generally ialamar a few paragraphs on each organization are provided, leaving much for the GM to detail. I am not a fan of the setting, as you can probably tell, if only because the mechanics they present do nothing to support their fluff. Ahznomahn was the first of the smaller portions to rebel against Meznamish. While all in all fairly interesting, and well crafted, it’s very dry reading. Views Read Edit View history.