The World of Avlis—Revised Edition (PFRPG) PDF
Brigand Publishing(based on 3 ratings)
Immerse yourself in a rich world of sword and sorcery three decades in the making. New classes, races, feats, and spells await you here. Become part of the living saga of Avlis, or use the material to enrich your existing campaign.
The World of Avlis campaign setting is a third-party roleplaying game supplement licensed under the Pathfinder RPG and Open Gaming Licenses.
This 254-page book contains 34 races, 11 Prestige classes, 16 new spells, 33 mage feats, and 23 monsters originating from the Avlis campaign setting, but usable in pretty much any world.
Among the nine chapters in the book, four are about world information and five are filled with new game material.
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