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None so Vile - Disciples of Darkness II: Soul Harvester


The Dark Gods Hunger...

The second installment of None so Vile: Disciples of Darkness details the terrifying Soul Harvester. A blasphemous ten level prestige class, the soul harvester can absorb the souls of his enemies to fuel a host of unholy powers. Evil to the core, the soul harvester is the perfect fit for a DM seeking a truly black-hearted villain to inflict upon his players.

Think your players cringe at the thought of losing precious gold and magical items? Scare them silly with the soul-destroying evil of the Soul Harvester.

None so Vile: Disciples of Darkness II - Soul Harvester is intended for mature audiences and features the following:

  • A fully detailed write-up of the soul harvester prestige class, including information religious practices, motivations, minions, and much more!
  • A full stat block and write-up of the iconic soul harvester NPC, the dreaded hobgoblin mercenary, Jukko Ironscourge
  • A detailed write-up on a new god, the ancient and obscure hobgoblin progenitor deity, Nurrog Bahl
  • Blood-soaked art throughout by Erik Nowak
  • More monstrous evil than you shake a stick at!
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    Andrew B. [Featured Reviewer]
    August 28th, 2006
    Disciples of Darkness II presents a new prestige class called the Soul Harvester. These villainous characters are clerics that use the souls of their slain enemies to enhance their unholy power. The book details the prestige class, gives advice on using [...]
    Derek K. [Featured Reviewer]
    August 23rd, 2006
    Writer Aeryn Rudel has created a truly dark prestige class in ?None So Vile: Disciples of Darkness II ? Soul Harvester.? As a class for which PCs to aspire, it?s downright creepy; as a class for NPCs, the soul harvester is definitely a character concept [...]
    Sean H. [Featured Reviewer]
    August 20th, 2006
    None So Vile - Disciplines of Darkness II: Soul Harvester by Black Dirge Publishing / Skeleton Key Games presents a new D20 Prestige Class, the Soul Harvester. The Soul Harvester is introduced with a page and a half of fiction, showing one in action. [...]
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