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As you may have gathered previously , I have some real love for the Eberron campaign setting. So, I had some pretty high standards for this book. That said, the look of Eberron strongly established in 3E by the wonderful covers and opening spreads by Wayne Reynolds always appealed to me. The art in the new books, with very few exceptions, holds up those high standards. One of my two main complaints about the 3E Eberron stuff was the maps. The new map in the Campaign Guide is wonderful — detailed, attractive, and useful.

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Thread starter Zelatar Start date Nov 13, Tags eberron. Zelatar Retired User. I'm setting my group's game in the Eberron setting, but the trick is that we're not playing in 3. I worry, however, that the 4E version lacks the substance of the 3.

Would anyone strongly recommend that I go with one edition over the other? If so, why? Thank you very much for any advice! The 3. Honestly, they're both very, very good books. Thank you both very much! I should add that I purchased the 3. I wanted humans to be the chief adversaries, in a very politically charged, 'Game of Thrones' style story, so I felt it was important to capture the subtle differences in personality and mannerism between each nation's citizens.

That book is already in transit, but as soon as I purchased it I decided I should probably get the full campaign book as well. Again, edition doesn't really matter, since I'll be pilfering stats and reworking them into BRP. Beyond everything else, I would recommend the Sharn book, even for a non-Sharn campaign. Sharn: City of Towers was probably the best setting book released in 3e.

Zelatar said:. OldKentuckyShark said:. I'm a huge Eberron Fan. As such, I have to tip my hat towards the 3e books. They are the IMO over-all better product. To me, 4e's coverage is just too shallow. Even if you just bought the campaign book alone, the 3e version is IMO a better buy. If you want the setting information, you can't go wrong with 3e's lineup which goes into much more detail on the world than 4e's 2 small books could ever hope to. Yeah this is what I was worried about.

What's an example of something that was cut from 4E, just so I have a general idea of how much was left out? But in contrast, the 4ed campaign setting book incorporated things from the various 3ed splatbooks that came out after the 3ed book. Some ideas that were I assume always a part of the setting, but didn't have a place in the original book, were present in the 4ed book. Also, some problematic features in the original 3ed book Kundarak safety deposit boxes that can teleport treasures across the continent were removed.

OP: I would say that, while the 4ed book is smaller, it is a more refined vision of Eberron. You can pick up secondhand copies of all the books in question pretty cheap. I find it uninspiring -- it's not particularly evocative, or comprehensive, or startling, or really anything at all.

Compared to S. John Ross's extraordinary Uresia or even Zak Smith's fluff-lite toolkit Vornheim which you should buy no matter what the Eberron books feel like setting-by-numbers committee creations. That said, the 3e line obviously wins on both breadth and depth, though I agree that the 4e presentation is more refined. Take a look at the PDFs, figure out which one you prefer, then grab it on eBay or half. You must log in or register to reply here. Jessica Wardman, longtime forum member Snoopy, passed away last week.

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Which edition of the 'Eberron Campaign Setting' is a better purchase?

Eberron Campaign Setting is a hardcover accessory for the 3. The Eberron Campaign Setting book introduces Eberron , and provides the core campaign setting , including campaign-specific rules and details on the fictional continent of Khorvaire. Keith Baker said that he submitted Eberron "just because it was a fun idea. I really didn't expect anything to come of it, but I enjoyed writing the proposal. The reviewer from Pyramid commented: "If you're one of the thousands who submitted a one-page treatment for Wizards of the Coast's world-setting competition, you may want to go ahead and skip this review.

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