Dhampir: Scions of the Night (PFRPG) PDF
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Dhampir: Scions of the Night is a Pathfinder Roleplaying Game compatible PLAYER'S RESOURCE supplement by Landon Bellavia.
In the shadows of civilization, the offspring of the forbidden union between humans and vampires struggle to find their place in a hostile world. These scions of the night need every trick available to them if they are to survive the enmity and mistrust that awaits in the world beyond. The dhampir children of undead vampires and hapless or depraved humans survive through unique fusions of ingenuity and resiliency, and now these abilities can be yours!
Packed with variant racial abilities and class features designed to allow players to customize the feel and style of their dhampir characters just as thoroughly as any elf or dwarf, Dhampir: Scions of the Night offers everything you need to bring a dhampir adventurer to life. Complete with racial analysis and idea starters for character background and appearance, Dhampir: Scions of the Night is an advanced guide to playing a dhampir.
Dhampir: Scions of the Night also includes a half-dozen sample dhampir for use as PCs or NPCs.
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Dhampir: Scions of the Night is a Dual Format PDF. The product's ZIP file contains two versions, one optimised for printing and use on a normal computer and one optimised for use on a mobile device such as an iPad.
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