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The bravest warriors have scars: scars of battles won and lost, and scars earned during agonizing ceremonies and barbaric rituals, scars that honor the gods and call down spirits. Scars are part of a Barbarian’s equipment- each heavy line scored into his flesh is a weapon, a tool, a protective fetish. Scars brand Rogues as members of a daring guild, and proclaim a Wizard’s allegiance to a specific college of magic for all time. Any character willing to suffer honorably can earn a scar… and wear it forever. The following new types of ritual scarification and mortification can be used in any Pathfinder Roleplaying Game campaign. Written by Chris Field.

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March 8th, 2011
This pdf is 7 pages long, 1 page SRD, leaving 6 pages of content. The basic idea of this pdf is that certain ritual scarifications and mortifications have an inherent power that can be harnessed via Knowledge (Religion) if the scar is given to t [...]
October 1st, 2010
Varying (to high) degrees of gore, real-world reference, game effect and usefulness in this collection of feats that grant both abilities and penalties from different mutilation rituals. [...]
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