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Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Condition Cards (PFRPG)
Paizo Publishing, LLC(based on 33 ratings)
Never miss a modifier again!
With Condition Cards, it’s easy for players and GMs to keep track of the Pathfinder RPG’s most common conditions. Did the bard fascinate your party? Is your wizard invisible? Is the fighter bleeding out? Simply hand out the appropriate condition cards to have all the rules for each condition at your fingertips. This set of 52 hilariously illustrated, full-color cards allows you to play faster and more easily than ever before.
There are 4 copies each of 13 different cards, with different (but related) conditions on each side:
Also included is a new spell, soothing word.
Note to owners of the previous edition of this product: The significant changes in the new edition are that the Confused card's second sentence "You treat all creatures as neither allies nor enemies." has been changed to "You treat all creatures as enemies." and the Fatigued card's reference to "you move at half speed" has been removed. The cards with textual changes are pictured below.
Note: This product is part of the Pathfinder Cards Subscription.
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