Dogs of War #3 (d20) PDF
The third installment of our awesome NPC product, Dogs of War. In this issue you will get Brianna, a female amethyst crystalline half-elf Psionic; and Versillion, a Male serpentine red-belly snakeman Barbarian/Cleric.
Add to that the wealth of open content used to generate these characters such as new spells, feats, templates, races, classes, gods and domains. Get into the designer's head as he explains how he came to the conclusions with the characters so that you can create some seriously strange and exotic enemies of your own.
Find out how these creatures fit into various setting such as Freeport, Bluffside, and Gothos. Use the plot hooks and notes to make sure you get the most out of the well-planned villains! The dogs are unleashed!
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