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Admiral o' the High Seas: The Naval Combat Supplement for Pathfinder & D&D 4th Edition

Admiral o' the High Seas: The Naval Combat Supplement for Pathfinder & D&D 4th Edition


ADMIRAL o' the HIGH SEAS - naval combat supplement for use with the world's most popular roleplaying games. For centuries, the boldest adventurers of all were sailors. If you want adventure, why limit yourself to dry land and dungeons when you can crew a tall ship and set sail for the end of the world? Produced with the support of dozens of Kickstarter backers, this books contains rules for conducting...   [click here for more]
EN Publishing  $12.99 $6.50

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Myths & Legends #11: The Grim Reaper

Myths & Legends #11: The Grim Reaper


(Yes, it's #11 - but we jumped out of order to release this one for Halloween!) The sixth in EN World's Myths & Legends series, which provides 4E versions of archetypal mythological figures. The Grim Reaper, Thanatos - there are many names for the personification of death. Typically appearing in a black robe and wielding a scythe, the Grim Reaper's job is to escort the souls of the...   [click here for more]
EN Publishing  $1.49 $0.75

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Myths & Legends #6: Frankenstein's Monster

Myths & Legends #6: Frankenstein's Monster


Frankenstein's Monster was created by Victor Frankenstein as an experiment in the creation of life. The monster itself is nameless; Frankenstein never saw fit to name his creation, and the monster's lack of identity is a source of despair for it. 8 feet tall, with yellow skin, the monster was hideously ugly. The towering, grotesque figure was shunned by all who see him. Upon creating his monster,...   [click here for more]
EN Publishing  $1.49 $0.75

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