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On Hallowed Ground

This article is about the Dungeons & Dragons book. For other uses of the term Hallowed Ground, see Hallowed Ground.
On Hallowed Ground
Author Colin McComb
Cover artist Robh Ruppel
Language English
Publisher TSR, Inc.
Publication date October 1996
Pages 192
ISBN ISBN 978-0-7869-0430-3

On Hallowed Ground is an accessory book for the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, for the Planescape campaign setting.

Contents

This book contains information about deities' planar domains from 20 separate pantheons. New ideas and rules for priest characters on the planes are included, as well as tips on creating, visiting and surviving divine realms, comprehensive appendices listing gods by pantheon and portfolio, and planar maps.

Publication history

On Hallowed Ground was written by Colin McComb, and was published by TSR in October 1996 as a 192-page book. The book features cover art by Robh Ruppel, and interior art by Brian Despain, Brian Fox, Lubov, and Adam Rex.

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