Remarkable Races—Pathway to Adventure: The Squole (PFRPG) PDF
Introducing the first ooze PC race for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game! Expanding the arcane formula that created the gelatinous cube, a species of benevolent slime created human-shaped ambassadors to help prove to the multiverse that not all slime is awful, not all jellies are ochre, and ooze doesn't have to be a four-letter word... well not a bad one in any case. Not quite human, these mannequin-like slimes take on adventurous tasks to prove their worth, discover the secret to humanity, and generally add a lot of flavor to any campaign. Tailored especially for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, the squole represent the only adventuring ooze that isn't a dungeon denizen.
Featuring the excellent color artwork by Eugene Jaworski.
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