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Goblinworks Executive Founder. Pathfinder Campaign Setting Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStar RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Washington D.C.. 215 posts (216 including aliases). 7 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 11 Pathfinder Society characters.

Pathfinder Society Characters

The Exchange Grolick A

M Half Orc Alchemist/1 (0 posts)

Sovereign Court Alesandar Voroky

M Halfling Wizard/2 (0 posts)

Dark Archive Kassanamir

M Tiefling Rogue/1 (0 posts)

Silver Crusade Drogar Stonecrusher

m Dwarf Stonelord/1 (0 posts)

Scarab Sages Anna Conda

F Nagagi Oracle (0 posts)

Scarab Sages Tarik Nalsham

M Ifrit Oracle2 (1 post)

The Exchange Ishtivan Renang

M Vishkanya Bard 1 (0 posts)

Liberty's Edge Sargarva Ingus
(0 posts)

Dark Archive Adeneron

Oread Brawler/2 (0 posts)

The Exchange Eekster

Ratfolk Swashbuckler 1 (0 posts)

Cleric Cleric Deck - Tarlin

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