From publisher blurb:
Amarune's Almanac Volume 3 is the third in a multipart series exploring the eight biomes of Dungeons & Dragons within the Forgotten Realms campaign setting.
Grasslands of the Realms brings life to the oft-forgotten lands of Faerûn. We've populated these vast areas with new and old flora, fauna, and history alike. Grasslands of the Realms does this through both narrative prose, written from the perspective of Amarune Whitewave (the great, great granddaughter of Elminster Aumar), and through occasional notes from her husband, editor, and traveling companion Arclath Delcastle.
Contained with this 52-page tome, you'll get:
- 2 new subclasses
- the Circle of the Plains druid which seeks to expand on the land (grassland) druid.
- and the Stormchaser, a conclave of Rangers who ritually bind themselves to the destructive nature of storms.
- Variant rules: expansions to the Druid and Ranger classes to allow them more access to the new spells contained within this book!
- 10 spells: each using a new spellcasting component, Environment, as they each rely on the boons of the world around them.
- +1 bonus spell, druidic practice, which is the Druid version of the ceremony spell for Clerics.
- 10 magic items: drawn from the bounty of the vast plains of Faerûn and it's denizens.
- 10 monsters: new creatures for Wild Shaping, mounts, and companions!
- 20 flora: the bounty of the grasslands. Roots, grasses, and flowers that you can collect and use to create all manner of items, as well as improve some spells.
- Downtime activities: A gathering expedition specifically designed to find and collect the flora described in this book.
- 5 location stories: Straight from the journal of Amarune Whitewave herself, stories of their expeditions into five notable Faerun grasslands: Battle of Bones, Cliffs of Leaping Horses, Eastern Plains, Mistledale, and the Shining Plains
- A map of Faerûn: Updated for 5th Edition, this book contains a two-page map of Faerûn covering the Sword Coast all the way to the Plains of Purple Dust