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Thief's Screen is a 12-page sourcebook for [missing data] released in [missing data].

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At last, gaming screens for players, too!

The Thief's Screen speeds up game play by taking the most frequently used character-specific information from the AD&D game Player's Handbook, Complete Thief's Handbook, and Complete Bard's Handbook and making it instantly accessible. Now the details players need on the spot to play any rogue classes?including thieves and bards?can be right at their fingertips. The screen folds in a neat triangle that sits on the table top in front of players for at-a-glance reference.

Also enclosed are four additional pages of valuable reference material that can be slipped into character folders. These pages feature an extensivePlayer's Handbook and Tome of Magic spell and spell-statistics list for bard characters, and other handy tables and charts.

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The book was written by Skip Williams. Art was provided by Jeff Easley and Dawn Murin.

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Thief's Screen was released by in for $[missing data] US or $[missing data] Canadian.

On July 28, 2021, it was re-released in digital format. It is currently available on DriveThruRPG and Dungeon Masters Guild for $4.95.

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