The Herbalist’s Primer – The RPG Book You Never Knew You Needed!

September 8, 2021 by fcostin

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RPGs can be difficult to utilise the full capabilities of your imagination. We all know how to engage within a fantastical universe, but the finer details such as flora and fauna within the said universe can expand our journeys even more.

The Herbalist's Primer is now up on Kickstarter, and this beautiful bundle of information for your tabletop adventures is the book you never knew you needed.

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"Herbalist's Primer is a system-agnostic illustrated guide to real-world magical plants. Inspired by the 19th-century herbalists and the millennia of folklore, myths, and legends, it brings a wealth of easily-accessible, organized information straight to your gaming table."

Plant folklore is incredibly interesting and diverse. Before we got hold of our everyday ibuprofen and paracetamol - these herbs were our day-to-day healing medicines. So why not allow your characters to utilise these tools too? Whether you are creating potions to take down a troll, allow you to see clearer in the dark, or something explosive for the perfect distraction - herbs contain the magic within them to help your characters do the unthinkable!

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The book itself is a full-colour hardcover, with pages beautifully designed to contain each property for the herb desired. Whether it be for botanical purposes, ethnobotanical, or for information surrounding folklore to help you in your journey - there are 100 plants for you to choose from to explore for your positive or negative needs.

The Herbalist's Primer is up on Kickstarter for another 15 days, so if you are keen on becoming the next botanical expert in your D&D campaign, be sure to check it out.

What do you think about adding The Herbalist's Primer to your RPG campaign?

"The book itself is a full-colour hardcover, with pages beautifully designed to contain each property for the herb desired... "

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