Remarkable Races—Pathway to Adventure: The Taddol (PFRPG) PDF
Two heads are better than one for the Pathfinder Rolepalying Game!
The Taddol is bound to be the talk of the table as it offers the first-ever two-headed player option without adding an extra character sheet. Have a friend that you work well with? Want to play two PCs but the Gamemaster doesn't want to deal with an extra mini on the table or two sets of statistics? Or maybe you are a Gamemaster and you want to add an NPC that a particular player can't get rid of! Taddols are a quirky blend of ettin (two-headed giants; mean, slobbering, stupid) and elves (sophisticated, beautiful, ingenious). They are strong, smart, and tall.
Masterfully put together in Alluria style with all-original art by Vasilis Zikos, Dean Spencer, and Samuel Flegal.
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