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President, Jon Brazer Enterprises. Pathfinder Society Member. 4,762 posts (4,775 including aliases). 1 review. 4 lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 1 alias.


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Tacticslion wrote:
- Mites

Do-da-dooo *setting up tomorow's blog post* ...

Question: Android Wilder, how would you do it? Androids have the emotionless trait and wilders have emotions that, well, run wild. How would you handle it?

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Now with psionic races. If you are interested in psionic races, please speak up.

Races:
Aasimar 1
Alien Races 1
Android 12
Blue 1
Bugbear 3
Caliban 1
Catfolk 11
Centaurs 2
Changeling 7
Dark Folk 3
Derro 3
Dromite 1
Duergar 1
Elan 1
Fetchlings 2
Gathlain 2
Ghorans 3
Gillmen 2
Gnoll 6
Grippli 1
Half-Giant 1
Hobgoblins 2
Ifrit 1
Kitsune 7
Kobold 3
Kuru 1
Lawful-descendent native outsider 1
Lizardfolk 2
Maenad 2
Merfolk 4
Mites 2
Monkey Goblins 2
Morlocks 2
Nagajins 1
Ogrekin 4
Ophiduan 1
Orc 2
Oread 1
Ratfolk 7
Samsaran 8
Serpentfolk 4
Shabti 2
Sinspawn 1
Skinwalker 5
Skulk 1
Spider-Eye Goblins 1
Strix 4
Suli 6
Svirfneblins 1
Sylph 1
Syrinx 3
Tanooki 1
Tengu 8
Troglodytes 1
Trox 3
Undine 2
Vanara 2
Vegepygmies 1
Vishkanya 9
Wayang 1
Wikkawak 1
Wyrwoods 4
Wyvarans 9
Xeph 1

Paizo Classes
ACG Classes 6
Anti-Paladin 6
Gunslinger 1
Ninja/Samurai 6

Pathfinder Compatible Classes
(DSP) Ultimate Psionics Classes (note, all Psionics Unleashed Classes included) 2
(DSP) Akashic Mysteries 2
(DSP) Path of War Classes 3
(S/RGG) Magister 1
(S/RGG) Shadow Assassin 1
(S/RGG) Time Thief/Warden 1
(S/RGG) Witch Hunter 1
(S/RGG) Other (Specify) 1

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Just curious, how much interest is there in seeing racial development for half-giants, blues, elans and the other psionic races?

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El Ronza wrote:

Saber-toothed gerbilsaurus?

*adds to wishlist*

Yes. It is a CR 25 creature and is also known as the giant space gerbil or the gerbil of ill omen.

Special ability: aura of cuteness. :)

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Today's new racial traits write up comes from JBE's own Richard Moore. He brings us a playable lizardfolk.

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Rynjin wrote:
It's basically the only worthwhile thing about the class. Take that as you will.

Thank you.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

Seranov wrote:
I adore the ... Sacred Fist Warpriest,
Kitsune Knight wrote:
Warpriest- Sacred Fist
chbgraphicarts wrote:
Sacred Fist.

I'm glad you liked this archetype. It was alot of fun to write.

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Justin Sluder wrote:
Don't forget the Pathfinder RPG Bestiary 4

Actually, Bestiary 4 has a total of 48 monsters and unique NPCs that are CR 15 or higher (whether that is from normal construction or from mythic levels). Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes has 51 monsters and unique NPCs in the same range, none of which are mythic and require only the Pathfinder Core Rulebook. Additionally, the Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes has 12 traps ranging CR 15-24. Unless I missed something, B4 has 0.

So I say again, if you are running a high level game, the Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes is THE monster book to have.

EDIT: Also, the Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes has the saber-toothed gerbilsaurus. Just saying.

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Those asking for more details on Wyrwoods should check this out.

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Another update. The second printer proof arrived while I was on vacation. I looked at it over the weekend. Short of the long, more of the artwork was good, but there are a number of images that are just too light. So I am going to send it back to fix it and send it back to the printer for a redo.

I was hoping to be ordering copies to send to Paizo this morning, but that did not happen. I'm expecting printer copies to arrive in Early October now.

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M. Balmer wrote:

Spider Goblins are listed in the 3.0 edition 'Creature Collection', a 3rd party product by Sword and Sorcery Studios.

Checking the book, I realized its 'Spider-eye Goblin'. My apologies for the error.

Ahh now that sounds familiar.

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Any other votes of racial details?

Races:
Aasimar 1
Alien Races 1
Android 12
Bugbear 3
Caliban 1
Catfolk 11
Centaurs 2
Changeling 7
Dark Folk 3
Derro 3
Fetchlings 2
Gathlain 2
Ghorans 3
Gillmen 2
Gnoll 6
Grippli 1
Hobgoblins 2
Ifrit 1
Kitsune 7
Kobold 3
Kuru 1
Lawful-descendent native outsider 1
Lizardfolk 2
Merfolk 4
Mites 2
Monkey Goblins 2
Morlocks 2
Nagajins 1
Ogrekin 4
Orc 1
Oread 1
Ratfolk 7
Samsaran 8
Serpentfolk 4
Shabti 2
Sinspawn 1
Skinwalker 5
Skulk 1
Spider-Eye Goblins 1
Strix 4
Suli 6
Svirfneblins 1
Sylph 1
Syrinx 3
Tanooki 1
Tengu 8
Troglodytes 1
Trox 3
Undine 2
Vanara 2
Vegepygmies 1
Vishkanya 9
Wayang 1
Wikkawak 1
Wyrwoods 4
Wyvarans 9

Paizo Classes
ACG Classes 6
Anti-Paladin 6
Gunslinger 1
Ninja/Samurai 6

Pathfinder Compatible Classes
(DSP) Ultimate Psionics Classes (note, all Psionics Unleashed Classes included) 2
(DSP) Akashic Mysteries 2
(DSP) Path of War Classes 3
(S/RGG) Magister 1
(S/RGG) Shadow Assassin 1
(S/RGG) Time Thief/Warden 1
(S/RGG) Witch Hunter 1
(S/RGG) Other (Specify) 1

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

Running a high level game, this is the monster book to have.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

Secret Wizard wrote:
What the hell is a Spider Goblin

That's a good question. I figured I'd research that after I get back from vacation. Ask M. Balmer.

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Love this one.

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Green Smashomancer wrote:
Orc Samurai

So I'm assuming that is a vote for more orc details.

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If you like races that are far from the Tolkein, be sure to check this book out, but also let us know what other races you want in this thread.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

Latest Round of Race Votes:
Aasamar 1
Alien Races 1 (I'm willing to bet these are non-open, but I'll check)
Android 10
Bugbear 3
Caliban 1
Catfolk 10
Centaurs 2
Changeling 7
Dark Folk 3
Derro 3
Fetchlings 1
Gathlain 2
Ghorans 3
Gillmen 2
Gnoll 6
Grippli 1
Hobgoblins 2
Ifrit 1
Kitsune 5
Kobold 3
Kuru 1
Lawful-descendent native outsider 1
Lizardfolk 2
Merfolk 4
Mites 1
Monkey Goblins 2
Morlocks 2
Nagajins 1
Ogrekin 4
Oread 1
Ratfolk 7
Samsaran 7
Serpentfolk 4
Shabti 2
Sinspawn 1
Skinwalker 5
Skulk 1
Spider Goblins 1
Strix 4
Suli 5
Sylph 1
Syrinx 3
Troglodytes 1
Tengu 7
Trox 3
Undine 1
Vanara 2
Vishkanya 9
Wayang 1
Wikkawak 1
Wyrwoods 4
Wyvarans 9

Paizo Classes
ACG Classes 4
Anti-Paladin 2
Gunslinger 0
Ninja/Samurai 3

Pathfinder Compatible Classes
(DSP) Ultimate Psionics Classes (note, all Psionics Unleashed Classes included) 1
(DSP) Akashic Mysteries 1
(DSP) Path of War Classes 2
(S/RGG) Magister 1
(S/RGG) Shadow Assassin 1
(S/RGG) Time Thief/Warden 1
(S/RGG) Witch Hunter 1
(S/RGG) Other (Specify) 1

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Set wrote:

Certainly, the idea of how to integrate the culturally specific samurai and ninja into races like the elf and dwarf, as well as more exotic races, without falling back on the 'Japanese elves' notion, could be one way to go. A non-Asian samurai archetype based on dwarven clan loyalties, or a non-Asian gnomish 'ninja' that taps into their innate fey magic to enhance their stealth / etc. (magical 'ki') could be avenues to explore.

Using magus to explore races that have both magical and martial traditions, dedicated to specific racial weapons, such as an 'elven curve blade magus' or 'elven bow magus,' or using the gunslinger / swashbuckler mechanic to showcase racial-weapon-focused dwarven waraxe fighters or half-orc falchion masters or halfling sling-specialists could be another way to go.

In my opinion, elves and dwarves and all the other races in the core rulebook are well covered.

Well, I guess that is just my opinion. Do others feel the same way?

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Set wrote:
Dale McCoy Jr wrote:

But we want to know if you want to see support for:

  • Gunslinger
  • Samauri/Ninja
  • All ACG classes

I recently noodled around with the idea of using the ninja as a chassis to build an Ulfen witch-knife sort of character, and it might be neat to see other sorts of non-faux-Asian uses of the ninja (or samurai). Using the ninja to represent a faux-Persian Hashashin (disappear in a cloud of hashish smoke!), or some other form of supernaturally stealthy assassin, could be funky, and the samurai reflavored to be a Mameluke could be a different way to open up that class to a different culture.

The ninja's ki being reflavored to be a pool of magical energy (for a witch or sorcerer-themed 'magic assassin') or psychic energy, could be a neat way to radically change the 'ninja,' eliminating the Asian weapon choices with something more appropriate to whatever culture it represents (Persian/Qadiran, Osirioni/Egyptian, Mwangi/African, Ulfen/Viking/Celtic, etc.)

Gunslinger variants that work based off of the bow, sling, crossbow, or even thrown weapons (such as shuriken, darts, daggers, etc.) seem like an obvious way to go. One based off of melee weapons, similar to how the swashbuckler uses panache instead of grit, like a PF version of the old Kensai kit / PrC from AD&D, could be an interesting tweak.

I think you misunderstand (or I didn't explain well, either way) but I mean racial archetypes, racial variations, etc. So unless a bow-variant gunslinger is closely tied to the race, it probably won't be done in this project.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

So asking about Classes, what classes do you want to possibly have archetypes/spells/etc for as well as definitely include favored class options for? Starting with Paizo's classes, we are definitely supporting:
All Pathfinder Core Rulebook classes
All APG Classes, and
Magus

But we want to know if you want to see support for:

  • Gunslinger
  • Samauri/Ninja
  • All ACG classes

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

Skimming the book now. Nice work Dreamscarred crew. I like.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

Oceanshieldwolf wrote:
Ogrekin on the PRD...

Well that is a template to be added to an existing race. Would you like this turned into a standard race or a keep it as a template?

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

When you say Ogrekin, do you mean a half-ogre or do you mean a breed of ogre that are balanced to be a playable race or something else?

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

Current total:
Races
Android 5
Bugbear 1
Caliban 1
Catfolk 7
Centaurs 1
Changeling 5
Dark Folk 3
Derro 3
Gathlain 1
Ghorans 2
Gillmen 2
Gnoll 4
Grippli 1
Hobgoblins 1
Kitsune 4
Kobold 3
Kuru 1
Lawful-descendent native outsider 1
Lizardfolk 1
Merfolk 4
Mites 1
Monkey Goblins 2
Morlocks 1
Ogrekin 2
Ratfolk 3
Samsaran 6
Serpentfolk 2
Shabti 2
Sinspawn 1
Skinwalker 3
Skulk 1
Strix 1
Suli 3
Syrinx 3
Troglodytes 1
Tengu 6
Trox 3
Vanara
Vishkanya 8
Wayang 1
Wikkawak 1
Wyrwoods 4
Wyvarans 7

*Standard disclaimer about how some might not be open content, I'll check into it when I get back from vacation.

I'll update classes next time.

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Green Smashomancer wrote:
I'm going to add Gnoll, Lizardfolk, Wyvaran, Tengu, Hobgoblin, Android, and I'll toss in Darkfolk for the sake of rounding out what I realize is mostly team evil. And they're cool, that's the most important reason.

I was about say, "wyvaran, tengu, and androids are not necessarily on team evil," but then I noticed you said mostly. So never mind.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

Just a quick note, I started having conversations with writers for some races on this list.

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Ok, as of this post we have:

Races
Kitsune 4
tengu 4
catfolk 7
merfolk 3
gillmen 2
Android 4
Changeling 4
Suli 3
Samsaran 5
Vishkanya 8
Skinwalker 3
Wyrwoods 4
Ghorans 2
Derro 3
Dark Folk 2
Centaurs 1
Ogrekin 2
Mites 1
Wyvarans 5
Trox 3
Gathlain 1
Kuru 1
Shabti 2
Syrinx 3
Monkey Goblins 2
Serpentfolk 2
Ratfolk 3
Caliban 1
Morlocks 1
Sinspawn 1
Troglodytes 1
Kobold 3
Wayang 1
Gnoll 2

Classes
Dreamscarred's Path of War 1
Advanced Class Guide classes 1 (asked for on Facebook)

Note: I have to go through lindley court's post to see if there are and races/classes not already on the list. Sorry, I have to get to bed.

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I would like to take a moment and say I am so glad to see so many that want something more than elves and dwarves. You all are my gaming tribe.

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Necromancer wrote:

Caliban (either the Ravenloft version or the newer one)

Do you know if these have been reproduced anywhere beyond ravenloft? If not, is there a close monster/race?

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Thelemic_Noun wrote:

Wayangs.

Because if you say their race's name fast, everyone bursts out laughing.

I always thought the same thing, but I never wanted to say that out loud.

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Ok, as of this post we have:

Races
Kitsune 2
tengu 3
catfolk 1
merfolk 1
gillmen 1
Android 3
Changeling 3
Suli 2
Samsaran 5
Vishkanya 5
Skinwalker1
Wyrwoods 2
Ghorans 2
Derro 1
Dark Folk 1
Centaurs 1
Ogrekin 1
Mites 1
Wyvarans 1
Trox 1
Gathlain 1
Kuru 1
Shabti 1
Syrinx 1
Monkey Goblins 1
Serpentfolk 2
Ratfolk 1 (although ratfolk already have favored class options in the Book of Heroic Races Compendium, I'm assuming this is asking for more development beyond this.)

(Just a quick note, not all of these may be open content, I will investigate)

Classes added to the list for getting racial features (racial archetypes, favored class options, etc)
Dreamscarred's Path of War 1
Advanced Class Guide classes 1 (asked for on Facebook)

Any others?

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Mikaze wrote:
Ghorans ... if they're open.

I will look into that.

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Alrighty. All good thoughts. Question: what is it about the Vishkanyas that you like (if you are one of the people asking for them)? Most of the other races I get. But Vishkanyas elude me. What about them makes them a race you love? Is it the "they make natural ninjas" aspect that you like or what?

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captain yesterday wrote:
Wyrwoods!

Also not familiar with this one. Where can I find it?

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Orthos wrote:
Skinwalker. Everything else I could want appears to already be on the list =)

I'm familiar with all of them, but this one. Where is it detailed? Glad to hear that you're a fan on the non-core book races too.

Orthos wrote:
Path of War

Yea, I'm really looking forward to this one. Expect to see support for it.

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Question
The Book of Heroic Races Compendium presents favored class options for all Core classes, plus the APG, UM, and Dreamscarred Press' Psionics Unleashes classes for all races presented in the book plus the dhampir, drow, duergar, fetchling, grippli, hobgoblin, kobold, orc, ratfolk, tiefling, and wayang. Are there any other races that you want to see a full list of favored class options for? How about some more racial options for existing races. Any additional classes you feel should be added to this list? This goes for Pathfinder made or Pathfinder Compatible races/classes.

Edit: To save the future threadjacking over what my motives are, I hope they are obvious. If not, feel free to ask.

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LMPjr007 wrote:
I asked a simple and straight forward question and that is what I wanted the answer to.

I say pretty much the same thing to my girlfriend all the time and that is the one thing she cannot give.

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If you are wondering about theme vs actual setting: lets say Wizards starts licensing off their settings to companies like LPJ and JBE and other small companies. The license is going to include a clause that says it the company cannot convert this to any other system. It can only be D&D 5e. How do I know that without seeing anything? Because Wizards wants to sell their system books. If they can't snag someone with Forgotten Realms, but they can get someone to join the 5e ranks with greyhawk or dark sun that wizards didn't have to write, but are instead getting paid to allow someone else to publish the book, then that is just money in the bank for them.

So if someone is talking about converting one of D&D's official settings to pathfinder, its going to be a "same themes" "serial numbers filed off" kind of situation.

Sorry to intrude Louis. I just wanted to help clarify.

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Kingmaker doesn't "require" you to do the kingdom rules. Or if you do, you don't need the full group to do it. When I ran kingmaker, only one person was interested in doing that, so the rest of the group took a 15 minute break every so often while the one player and I ran the kingdom.

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I gotta say, DnD 5e is pretty fun. To me it feels like what I like about 3e/pathfinder, to my gf if feels like 1e and others at the table, it feels like what they feel is their favorite edition. I should also say that 5e has my gf playing again after a number of years away, something pathfinder was never able to do. They did a really good job with it. Combined with the fact that every game store owner I've talked to, they express really good sales. I don't think Wizards is destroying the hobby at all. I really think they stepped up to the challenge and did well.

To give credit where credit is due. They did good.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

A case for vehicles and why they should have levels.
Link

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I really did not know him as well as I would have liked. I always thought there was more time ...

May peace be with his family.

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Just a quick update: I received the proof last night. Some of the artwork needed lightened. I lightened it and re-uploaded it. As soon as I can get another printer proof to confirm all is good, I will get books printed. Assuming there are not any issues then mid-end of Sept is a good estimate for books to arrive at Paizo's warehouse.

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thejeff wrote:
I do think they'll play very differently.

Definite agreement. (And I did forget about arcane recovery.)

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Create Mr. Pitt wrote:
That said spells scaling with level does sound like a pretty strong change.

Spells scaling is not the right word for it. Many spells you can cast using a higher level spell slot and get a greater effect. The two best examples of this is cure wounds and magic missile. Cure wounds, if you cast it as a 1st level spell from a 20th level cleric, it heals the same amount of damage as a 1st level cleric. Compare that with Pathfinder where you heal 1 more point of damage as a 2nd level caster as opposed to a 1st level cleric. And the damage healed keeps going up until you hit 5th level. In 5e, however, you have the option of using one of your higher level spell slots. So if you want to heal more damage, you have to use a 2nd or 3rd or higher level spell slot.

Magic missile is another example. In pathfinder you automatically get additional missiles as you increase in level. In 5e, if you cast it as a 1st level spell from a 1st level wizard or a 20th level wizard, you deal the same amount of damage. However, you have the option of using a higher level spell slot to get additional missiles.

So while D&D requires less spells for the caster, I'd say it is balanced with the casters having less spells prepared. A 20th level wizard can have a maximum of 25 spells prepared, the same number as a 15th level pathfinder wizard. Mind you, that is before pathfinder adds in extra spells from school specialization and ability score bonuses. When you factor those in (using the absolute minimum ability score needed) a pathfinder wizard at 11th level can prepare more spells than a 5e D&D 20th level wizard. So pathfinder wizards win in overall versatility.

Then there's the fact that 6th level spells and beyond can only really be used once per day. The exception to this is levels 19 and 20 where a wizard can cast a 6th level spell a second time per day and at 20th level where a wizard can cast a 7th level spell a second time per day. Compare it to the 17th level pathfinder school specialized wizard that can cast 2 9th level spells/day.

So yea, like others have said, 5e spellcasters get the nerf.

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insaneogeddon wrote:
Everyone gets like 30 bonus feats

You lost me with this. What are you talking about? Feats are rare since you have to choose between an ability bump or a feat. Sure you can take all feats, but do you really want your primary state to be a 15? If you're a spellcaster that means your DCs are 12. That's pretty low and easy to make the save (granted, not when you roll like me, but still).

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I am suppose to get the printer proof today. I'll be able to give a firmer estimate when I look it over. But I'm hoping for the end of September.

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Wahoo. I am really glad this book is available. brings together a number of balanced, playable races that I have wanted to see released for quite some time. The four main races detailed are:

  • Half-Faerie Dragons,
  • Reapers,
  • Seedlings, and
  • Umbral Kobolds.

Plus there are four other races detailed in this book:

  • Fosterlings, a race of lovecraftian horrors mixed with humans,
  • Melodians, a half-fey race they are musically gifted,
  • Sashahar, a psionic kobold race that venerate their ancestors, and
  • Ursine, a bearfolk race that are both savagely bestial and spiritual.

All of these races have favored class options for all of Paizo's classes from the Core Rulebook, Advanced Player's Guide, and Ultimate Magic. We also included favored class options for the four classes from Dreamscarred Press's Psionics Unleashed. These races were not the only one to get so many favored class options. We also included favored class options for the dhampir, drow, duergar, fetchling, grippli, hobgoblin, kobold, orc, ratfolk, tiefling and wayang.

And before you think that that is all, we included archetypes for the dhampir, duergar, dwarf, grippli, hobgoblin, ifrit, and wayang.

We really hope you enjoy this book.

President, Jon Brazer Enterprises

Deadly Delves: Adventures of the Sands will be coming soon. You might find this collection of short, desert themed adventures perfect for your group when they wander off the path.

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If you enjoyed the magic items in this volume, be sure to check out Treasury of the Sands. This supplement details more than 25 brand new magic items that are ideal for your game in the deep desert. Grab them today and equip your players like a true Pharaoh.

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