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The Rite Review #1 (PFRPG)

There is no wrong way to game,
but there is a Rite Way!

The Rite Review #1 which compiles the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game web articles from the front page of features the The Carrion Wolf by Mark Gedak (Forgotten Foes), The Strife Elemental by Steven D. Russell (Feats 101) and The Stone of Insanity by the ENnie award winning designer Bill Collins (Tales of Zobeck). 

There's also 50 Questions; an Interview with the designer of Heroes of the Jade Oath, Frank Carr. 5 Weapon Properties, Four Questhaven articles, an Advanced Elder fiend Succubus Godling, and the Rite Reviews from featured reviewer Shane O’ Connor. 

Top it all off with gorgeous cover art by Joe Calkins, and editorial by publisher/designer Steven D. Russell (Rite Publishing), all for free in an inspirational and playable package, download it today!


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March 17th, 2010
The Rite Review by Rite Publishing. This product is 56 pages long and free. Cover, credits, intro and ToC take up 4 pages. I counted 17 pages of adds many of them for other Rite Publishing products but not all. Which leaves 35 pages of RPG goodness. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on March 11, 2010.