Book of Magic: Signature Spells 1 (PFRPG) PDF
Jon Brazer Enterprises(based on 3 ratings)
Created by some of the best spellcasters in the world, the Book of Magic bears their unique magical creations. From Riyal the Abjurer to Halican the Pirate King to Rostov the snake-loving druid, these spells for every Pathfinder class are sure to surprise your foes and your friends.
This book features more than 30 new spells focusing on levels 1-3. These new options for every spell casting class can give you a unique edge in your game.
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