GameMastery Encounter: Death Shrine of the Ninja Cult (OGL) Compleat Encounter
Paizo Inc.(based on 2 ratings)
No secrets escape the legendary death shrine of the ninja cult, a den of silent assassins and profane traditions. However, a line has at last been crossed, and the cult must be brought to justice. A Compleat Encounter, scalable to any level, featuring a masked ninja princess and male and female ninja champions.
• Written by Mike Mearls
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