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Lantern Lodge

I have a quick question about where to find some information about the Shoanti. A few days ago I remember reading a source book that had some in-game rules regarding the Shoanti tribes. If I remember correctly they were either racial traits or alternative racial (human) abilities. I can't seem to find the source despite a long search through various books and the forum archives. Can someone help me out? Thanks!

Lantern Lodge

Hey everyone!

I'm new to the forums and Pathfinder Organized play, however I have played with 3.5 rules for about 7 years and pathfinder rules more or less since they came out. I recently moved to Reno, NV and would like to get involved in Pathfinder play in the area, but I can't seem to find any games. I would like to get some people together for Pathfinder Organized play in the area and if possible, I would like to make it official play.


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