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Undefeatable 2: Clerics (PFRPG) PDF

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Undefeatable is the new supplement line for fans of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game who are looking to add more interesting and different feats to their gaming sessions. Undefeatable 2, which focuses on Clerics, has over 20 feats including Blessed Fury, Deviant Worshipper, Holy Knight and Paragon of the Faith that are perfect for any game setting. This 5-page PDF is just the sort of thing needed for GMs to add depth to any great Pathfinder Roleplaying Game session. Written by Owen Barnes.

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Content: 0.5 stars Many of these feats are neat ideas. Almost all of them are unbalancing or inappropriate as feats, with a handful pulling double duty. As is the standard with the Undefeatable series, many of the game mechanics are ill-defined and betray a lack of playtest and/or familiarity with PFRPG.

Grammar & Presentation: 1 stars This one is fraught with grammatical and editing mistakes. Also, the LPJ Design standard of italicizing anything in parenthesis is downright annoying to read.

The value of the Undefeatable series is underminded by a marked lack of design see-through; you may find a few good ideas, but you won't be able to use them without conversion/updating/tweaking.


*****

Well Written and well balanced, fits the PFRPG well, worth the cost.


Very Innovative

*****

I like this. A lot. Sure, there's some feats I wont touch, but you get that with any source, and it's only maybe one or two feats out of many.

These give a lot of cool uses for Channel Energy and allow a lot of cleric versatility.

If you're a cleric and looking for some feat choice, the definitely check this out!


Great product

*****

4 pages filled with neat and interesting ideas for additions to clerics. Fifth is lawyer stuff. Not all of them would be best for adventurous clerics like but great ideas for role playing and the like.

The additions to the Channeling are reasonable, seem balanced to me and add a neat twist. I have two NPC clerics, one for each party as I run two groups and these will just add something neat to them, so I can't wait to whip them out and Blazing Aura or channeling Blast. Just so much fun! Holy Knight will be something perfect for one of our paladins who wants to take some levels of cleric.

I would also recommend the Wizard/Sorcerer and the Barbarian PDFs as they are good and were all that was out at the time of this review.



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