This Pathfinder Role-Playing Game compatible supplement introduces complementary content for Paizo’s latest river-themed chronicles. Herein, you will find three new archetypes, two new magic items, a new hazard and a barge battle map. All are flavored to match a river-based location, but can easily be retooled and placed in virtually any campaign setting.
Clock-Borne (Alchemist Archetype)... [click here for more]
In "Art Resources: NPC Portraits (vol. 1)" you'll find 47 original sketches suitable for personal or commercial use.
Are you a GM that needs images to represent the NPCs in your campaign?
Are you a Player that would like to have a sketch of your cohorts or followers?
Are you a game designer that needs inexpensive, royalty-free artwork to complement your written work?
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This Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible supplement contains 10 new oracle curses that expand on the original curses described in the Advanced Player's Guide.
These curses will bring new depth and excitement to any oracle character while maintaining game balance. Inside, you'll also find roleplaying tips on how to make each curse unique to your character.
Note that this PDF has been formatted... [click here for more]
Improve your Pathfinder Gamemastering with these handy and attractive Gamemaster inserts. Just print them out and slide the pages you want to use into your favorite GM Screen or binder. The inserts include frequently referenced Pathfinder material that isn't always easy to remember or lookup, including:
Combat Modifiers: Bonuses and penalities for the attacker and/or the target,... [click here for more]
This 7-page Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible supplement introduces a new Ranger archetype, The Scourger. The scourger exchanges the ranger's favored enemy for a favored weapon. In so doing, he becomes a class that controls the battlefield by using one or more whip-based weapons with impressive reach, disarm and trip capabilities.
Inside this fully linked, ink friendly PDF you'll find... [click here for more]
"In ages past, a mad wizard kept all sorts of strange beasts as pets and playthings..."
Puzzles are a mainstay of classic fantasy adventures, and when you can include one in your own adventure, your players face another challenge to enjoy and overcome. Unfortunately, not everyone has the ability/time to create their own puzzles and many commercial adventures simply don't include... [click here for more]