An Extended Player's Guide to Mor Aldenn (PFRPG) PDF
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This Player's Guide to Mor Aldenn is an expanded and (slightly) revised edition. So what is new to this edition of the Player's Guide?
Well, inside you'll find a short story in three parts written by Sean Holland, an overview of the city, its locations and inhabitants and a new playable race (the centaur) and a new rogue archetype (the street magician).
You'll also find a couple of (almost) blank pages by the end, useable for campaign notes.
Cover by Florian Stitz. Artwork by Gary Dupuis and Justin Hernandez. Additional material written by Stefen Styrsky and Thomas Baumbach.
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