101 2nd Level Spells (PFRPG) PDF
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Never Cast the Same Spell Twice!
101 2nd Level Spells gives you—yes, you guessed it—101 2nd level spells that will help you realize the vision you've had for your spellcaster.
From spells that are cast as move, swift and immediate actions to curses for each stat, or spells that makes DCs random, 101 2nd Level Spells brings a host of new special effects to your character's spellbook.
Wholly compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, 101 2nd Level Spells adds new agonizing choices to the creation of your character's spell list and their advancement without breaking the game.
Pages: 26 (30)
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