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Book of the Summoner (PFRPG) PDF

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A source book for Summoning in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Expanded summoning tables, new summoning feats and spells, along with existing feats and spells with a direct connection to summoning. New races, new monsters, and quick-reference sheets for creatures and eidolons ready to print and use in your game.

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Some Gems Within

***( )( )

The Good:

Looks nice, good font, decent art and a nice professional appearence. Some excellent feats and a couple of interesting new classes.

The Fair:

Some new races that don't quite feel like they belong in a Summoning centric book. But hey, they're new!

The Bad:
There is a LOT of re-printed information in this book that fluffs up the page count. Re-printing Summoner in its entirety, doing a full write up for a Conjurer Specialist with a full write up on Familiars. Re-printing monster feats. Re-printing spells from core sources. Re-printing magic item information. And it goes on and on.

So, there is some really nice stuff in here, but it should take up only a small fraction of the page-count. And considering it's high price-tag for a pdf I consider that a pretty hefty negative.

Pretty Good Summoning Book

****( )

Ok gotta abbreviate the review. First review was eaten.
First page is title page.
Second page is the legal stuff.
3 pages for TOC.
13 chapters over 358 pages.
Chapter 1 is an intro.
Chapter 2 introduces 4 new races, iblis, blue elf, seraph and stone delver.
Chapter 3 are the classes.
Divine summoner, holy guard, petitioner, and summoner savant. Summoner and wizard conjurer are reprinted. Animal shaman is a new druid build.
Chapter 4 skills and feats.
Knowledge summoning new skill.
New summoning focus feats and monster feats are reprinted.
Chapter 5 spell lists. Summon Monster is now 0 - 10.
Chapter 6 summoning tables.
Chapter 7 has magic items.
Chapter 8 contains supplemental rules.
Chapter 9 is about advancing monsters. This includes some basic epic rules for Pathfinder and 3.5.
Chapter 10 Universal Monster Rules. (Reprint from the Bestiary.)
Chapter 11 templates.
Chapter 12 creature reference sheets.
Chapter 13 presents 3 different eidolon builds from levels 1 - 20 each. Types are mount, guardian and spy.

The art in this is well done, just not my style.

This is well done.
I would have to say you're getting plenty for your money. Gift Certificates
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