Terrifying monsters and villains for your heroic- and paragon-tier campaign.

The Nentir Vale — a frontier land sheltered by mountains and strewn with abandoned farmsteads, ruined manors, and broken keeps — is the perfect base for any Dungeons & Dragons campaign.

Monster Vault: Threats to the Nentir Vale presents statistics, tactics, and lore for an array of new monsters that prowl the Nentir Vale, some of which trace their origins back to the earliest editions of the Dungeons & Dragons Roleplaying Game. Other entries focus on campaign villains present in the Nentir Vale region, among them the Iron Circle, the Tigerclaw Barbarians, the Raven Roost Bandits, and several new villainous groups introduced here for the first time.

The monsters and villains contained within are appropriate challenges for heroic- and paragon-tier characters and fit easily into any home campaign, as well as other Dungeons & Dragons published campaign settings. In addition to a 128-page book of ready-to-play monsters and villains, this product includes 8 die-cut sheets of card stock monster and villain tokens and a double-sided battle map featuring four different encounter locations you can use when running encounters.

Product Details

Monster Vault: Threats to the Nentir Vale
D&D Game Supplement
Brian R. James, Matt James, Sterling Hershey, and Steve Townshend

Item Details
Item Code: 283640000
Release Date: June 21, 2011
Page Count: 128
Price: $34.99 C$40.99
ISBN: 978-0-7869-5838-2

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