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Easiest way I can think to do this would be to use the PowerPoint equivalent for Open Office. Use a table with no color and all borders over the top of the image.
- Insert the picture of the map
- Then insert a table, setting the number of rows to the number of squares tall and the columns to the number of squares wide
- Turn the table color off and turn on all borders (2 point width or so should be easily seen)
- Change the table size to 1 inch wide per column and 1 inch tall per row.
- Move the image to fit under the table
- Resize the image to fit the table by dragging the corner control points while holding Ctrl (I think - PowerPoint uses shift to constrain the proportions, Libre Office seems to use Ctrl).

Eg. Creating a map for a room 40' wide by 30' tall room would need a table 4 columns wide and 3 rows tall. The table size would be 4" wide by 3" tall.

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d20 The die that favors a "1" against spells such as phantasmal killer, prismatic spray, and harm

d12 Most commonly found on the floor after rolling off the table

d10 One of two dice in a percentile roll; order of which will be determined after the roll

d8 The die that favors a "1" when determining hit points and longsword damage

d6 The die that you can never have enough of

d4 Caltrop

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#14 Around midnight, whoever is on watch makes a Perception check to notice the sound of several small creatures attempting to sneak up on the camp. If not noticed, several 8 to 10 year-old kids from a nearby settlement charge the party with toy wooden swords to "test the group's mettle" (-2 BAB, d2 non-lethal).

It's possible they have mistaken the party for the cause of a more serious problem and are trying to deal with it themselves, and have bitten off more than they could chew.

Perhaps they are being stalked themselves by the wandering encounter.

#15 Just after the party sets up camp, an old man a few apples shy of a bushel approaches the camp rambling about the horrors he has seen in a war that ended over a hundred years ago. To the first character that addresses him directly, he pulls out an amulet, looks directly at them and hands it over while saying: "Good King Barised, as a token of our greatest appreciation for acts of kindness in the recent conflict with our most despicable enemies, please accept this meager gift that our nations may forever be allies."

He is in fact just the local beggar and crazy, but the amulet radiates a magic aura. The amulet is of high quality and valuable with an inscription on the back to a neighboring noble. It's also contains a magic trap with a rare and exotic poison for the first person to put it on.

#16 Instead of just a standard wandering encounter, there are two of them. They meet just in listening range of the party (or even at the camp) and start to fight it out. Tyrannosaurus vs. displacer beasts, goblins vs. kobolds, ettins vs. wyverns, or something CR appropriate. It's up to the party to decide when or if they wish to attack. How often do PCs get into 3-way battles?

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Maybe they're vorpal chickens.

Pg. 176
Last line of the Ring of the Sea Strider description: "...must be connected by connected by a contagious mass of liquid." Contagious should be contiguous.

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Typo Pg 145 Under "Limning" magical weapon quality.
In the description, the name is misspelled as "liming" in both places.

Through a bit of serendipity though, this gives me a great idea for alchemical birdlime to help bring fliers down to earth. ...err...for my players to use...yea...

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How about:

Parry Blast The Magus can use his weapon to parry a single target ray or magical missile against himself or an adjacent ally by sacrificing an equal level spell, negating the spell completely. (Does not work on area of affect spells, usable [x] times per day?)

Improved Parry Blast After countering a spell with Parry Blast, the Magus' weapon stores a number of charges equal to the spell level countered. The Magus may use up to the number of charges stored to add +1 damage to a melee strike. (or +2 or whatever amount seems reasonable)

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