Remarkable Races—Pathway to Adventure: Compendium of Unusual PC Races (PFRPG) PDF
Alluria Publishing(based on 1 rating)
This brilliantly illustrated compendium is 100% compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and contains all you need to add fifteen new and unusual races to your campaign. Also included are over 100 new feats, a hoard of monster statistics, a score of new magic items, and other great racial resources to make these new races come to life. Whether you are GM looking for new options, or a player seeking something different, the Remarkable Races Compendium will breathe new life into your game!
It also has a dozen additional pages of new material. 30 cardstock minis are included as an added bonus!
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