World Building Library: Fantasy Racial Potions (OGL) PDF
Expeditious Retreat Press
World Building Library: Fantasy Racial Potions contains new ways to administer potions and racial concepts designed around potion creation and dissemination. This article uses the same cultural references used in World Building Library: Fantasy Racial Foods. We hope you enjoy this latest offering in the World Building Library line, and cook up some creative concoctions.
Although World Building Library: Fantasy Racial Potions refers to the cultural references found in World Building Library: Fantasy Racial Foods it is 100% usable as a standalone product.
Author: Chris Field
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