Powers & Principalities (Babylon 5: A Call to Arms) (Babylon 5 (Mongoose Publishing))

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9781906103941: Powers & Principalities (Babylon 5: A Call to Arms) (Babylon 5 (Mongoose Publishing))

The latest supplement for Babylon 5: A Call to Arms, the game of fleet combat, Powers & Principalities expands all fleets and races in the game. With new ship variants, admirals, scenarios and fleet lists, this book also includes the much discussed Fleet Command chapter, granting each race truly unique capabilities, such as the Drazi Attack Run, Shadow Merging and Abbai Minelaying! In this book you'll find new origins, many additional powers, paragon paths, new feats, new weapons, and many mundane and magic items specifically created with the rogue in mind. With so many options to choose from, your rogue will become truly unique. This book also features guidelines to role-play your rogue outside combat, and tactical suggestions to make the most of your skills. In addition, you'll find rules to create your own thieves' guild and build a refuge where you can hide your riches and plan your next daring raid.

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