#30 Haunts for Objects (PFRPG) PDF
Rite Publishing(based on 5 ratings)
"It's cursed? No, worse. It's haunted."
Dolls and Mirrors that haunt you nightmares, folk tales of deathtraps that hunger for new prey and possessive panes of glass. All of this you will find within the pages of #30 Haunts for Objects.
Brought you by T. H. Gulliver the same designer that brought you the best selling #30 Haunts for Ships and Shores this product brings you something the game has never had before, Haunts that are no long trapped in one location because these objects can be moved.
Author: T. H. Gulliver
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