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Sharn, City of Towers is a 194-page sourcebook for Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 released in [missing data].

Official synopsis[]

Discover a City Filled with Endless Adventure

Hop aboard a skycoach and hurl yourself into adventure amid the soaring towers of Khorvaire’s most spectacular city. Plunge into perilous aerial battles miles above the earth. Embark on deadly expeditions through the bowels of the city. Arrange clandestine meetings in shadowy taverns and undertake daring quests to faraway lands. For those bold enough to seek it, the City of Towers promises limitless excitement, danger, fame, and fortune.

Inside this book, you’ll find all the details you’ll need to explore the awe-inspiring city of Sharn—a cornerstone of the Eberron campaign setting:

  • Descriptions of over 100 city districts
  • More than a dozen new guilds and organizations to help or hinder characters, including the Deathsgate Guild, the Circle of Song, and the Boromar Clan
  • More than three dozen fully developed NPCs ranging from specific individuals to generic citizens
  • New feats, spells, prestige classes, magic items, and monsters
  • Detailed maps of Sharn and various locations around the city

This product does not include the CD soundtrack.

Content[]

Development and release[]

Development[]

The book was written by Keith Baker and James Wyatt. Art was provided by Wayne Reynolds, Daniel Hawkins, Dennis Kauth, Rob Lazzaretti, Jason Alexander, Tomm Coker, Eric Deschamps, Tomas Giorello, Howard Lyon, Charles P. Morrow, Lucio Parrillo, Steve Prescott, Francis Tsai, Anne Stokes, Anthony Waters and James Zhang.

Release[]

Sharn, City of Towers was released by Wizards of the Coast in for $[missing data] US or $[missing data] Canadian.

On December 10, 2013, it was re-released in digital format. It is currently available on DriveThruRPG and Dungeon Masters Guild for $8.99.

Reception and influence[]

Critical reception[]

As of 2023, Sharn, City of Towers reached the rank of Mithral seller on DriveThruRPG.

Influence on other works[]

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References[]


Dungeons & Dragons 3.5
Core rules
Player's HandbookDungeon Master's GuideMonster ManualDungeons & Dragons Basic Game
Supplements
Book of Exalted DeedsCityscapeComplete AdventurerComplete ArcaneComplete ChampionComplete DivineComplete MageComplete PsionicComplete ScoundrelComplete WarriorDraconomiconDragon MagicDrow of the UnderdarkDungeon Master's Guide IIDungeonscapeElder EvilsExpanded Psionics HandbookFiendish Codex I: Hordes of the AbyssFiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine HellsFrostburnHeroes of BattleHeroes of HorrorLibris MortisLords of MadnessMagic Item CompendiumMagic of IncarnumMiniatures HandbookMonster Manual IIIMonster Manual IVMonster Manual VPlanar HandbookPlayer's Handbook IIRaces of DestinyRaces of the DragonRaces of StoneRaces of the WildSandstormSpell CompendiumStormwrackTome of BattleTome of MagicUnearthed ArcanaWeapons of Legacy
Adventures
Expedition to Castle RavenloftExpedition to the Demonweb PitsExpedition to the Ruins of GreyhawkFantastic Locations: Dragondown GrottoRed Hand of Doom
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