The Blackshire Mercenary Company (PFRPG) PDF
Necromancers of the Northwest(based on 1 rating)
The Blackshire Mercenary Company is a guild of mercenaries with a reputation for getting things done—no matter how dirty they may need to get their hands in order to do it. A popular and wide-ranging guild, they have chapter houses in dozens of cities, and are an excellent, reliable, and affordable way to go about hiring mercenaries, especially for unsavory causes.
This book contains a full set of membership rules for PCs who are interested in joining the Blackshire Mercenary Company, providing a framework for what kinds of rewards—and obligations—they can expect from their membership, and what it takes to get ahead in the guild. The book also provides information for hiring Blackshire mercenaries, including a pricing guide and the general terms of service under which the company’s contracts operate, providing clear guidelines for this previously quite nebulous service. The book also contains a number of sample Blackshire mercenaries, who could be hired by the PCs, or serve as quest-givers, mentors, rivals, or even arch-enemies.
Finally, the book introduces the Blackshire exemplar prestige class, which provides martially-inclined characters with a number of secret guild techniques for combat, some of which are impressive feats of daring-do, and others of which are more in the line of “fighting dirty.”
If you’ve ever wanted to see a “fighter’s guild” in your game, look no further than Necromancers of the Northwest Presents: The Blackshire Mercenary Company.
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