- Series: Dungeons & Dragons
- Hardcover: 320 pages
- Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (September 18, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0786962445
- ISBN-13: 978-0786962440
- Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 0.9 x 11.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,181 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Premium Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 Monster Manual with Errata Hardcover – September 18, 2012
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Published and distributed by Wizards of the Coast
ISBN = 978-0-7869-6144-0 320 pages
This is often called "Core Rulebook 3 v.3.5". Within its pages are the closest thing to perfection that the 3.5 rulebooks have ever had. In this Premium edition, all errata has been removed, if possible, and entries have been slightly altered to make rulings clearer.
There are seven major chapters in this volume:
1) Monsters A to Z
4) Improving Monsters
5) Making Monsters
6) Monster Skills and Feats
I'm not going to bore you with long descriptions of the chapters. But I will say that the Premium volume, with its semi-metallic cover, really stands out in my bookcases. The art is great, as usual for WotC, and is rarely out of place. The basics of what might be called "the ultimate D&D" are all included. In the back of the book are two pages of Monsters sorted by Challenge Rating. There is a really good Table of Contents, making it vary easy to find the creature you want.
Folks, if you play =any= 3.5 or D20 game, you should have a copy of this book. The Monster Manual contains the stats for all of the basic monsters - from the Aboleth to Zombies. Don't forget that things like cats and dogs are considered 'animals' and not monsters, and things like ants are considered 'vermin'. If you're a GM, you gotta love the monster creating chapters. Highly recommended.
A useful manual, and well made. A couple of frustrating quirks.
buy this book, along with the other two volumes,
players handbook, and the DM guide
Helps set guidelines for monsters, as well as players
Don't miss out on your adventures, add some formulas to your monster Genre
but make sure you have all 3 of the same volumes, don't mix and match...
I found it interesting (and a little disconcerting) that the 1.0 edition reprints still feature Gygax's name but the 3.5 edition reprints strip the authors' names from the covers. That sucks.
I guess WotC got a little excited seeing what used copies of the MM 3.5 were going for on eBay and decided to cash in on some of the action. The fact that they are reprinting the 3.5 edition and the 1.0 edition core books speaks volumes about the commercial situation of 4th edition. I don't think they're going to get the market back from Pathfinder.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My husband and I both love the monster manual. I'm very glad to have the 3.5 version.Published 5 months ago by Kimberley Anderson
Perfectly priced and made my boyfriend's day. Couldn't ask for more! Thanks so much!Published 7 months ago by Mary Arlene B. Wenrich
Arrived in perfect condition with no blemishes; I love this book! MM1 is exactly what every DM needs when his players are arguing the specifics of monster special abilities.Published 9 months ago by SecrtAs1anMn
Was wraped up new and in great condition. Fun to rid between games to get ideas for monsters or mountsPublished 12 months ago by Hunter Smith