Song and Silence
|Song and Silence: A Guidebook to Bards and Rogues|
cover of Song and Silence
|Author||David Noonan and John D. Rateliff|
|Publisher||Wizards of the Coast|
|Media type||Print (Trade Paperback)|
The guidebook provides supplemental information for characters belonging to the Rogue and Bard base classes. This book contained tips for creating and playing characters of the aforementioned class, as well as a large number of prestige classes.
The reviewer from Pyramid noted the prestige classes in the book, and felt that it offered "some jim-dandies in this one", incluing the thief-acrobat, and the Fang of Lolth, "which starts with the assumption that a PC tries to access an artifact not meant for humanoids with a Use Magic Device roll. Hijinks ensue." The reviewer continued: "The rest of the prestige classes, while they are interesting and fulfill crucial roles, do not make stretch the genre my motor run and the way that the Fang of Lolth does. Yes, the crime-fighting Vigilante, the Robin Hood-ish Outlaw of the Crimson Road, and the swashbuckly Dread Pirate do exactly what a prestige class is meant to do: help to define a setting."
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