Oathbound: Bestiary (PFRPG) PDF
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Hail stranger, dare you come and lay your eyes on your doom? Step inside if you can and bear witness to the foulest compendium the Forge has to offer! From across the seven domains, beasts and horrors have been gathered, dissected, and brought into the light of day. From the battle tactics of the colossal Sand Strider to the mating habits of the lowly Death Moss, all the knowledge you need to keep your thread of life intact is here for your taking. Come experience the bloodthirsty rage of the Karnos and the twisted machinations of the Palethian. No mortal danger required... except possibly paper cuts.
The Oathbound Bestiary is the official monster compendium for the new Oathbound for Pathfinder. It is a companion to the core book (Oathbound Seven), and includes over 200 monsters: three distinct, re-envisioned, and revitalized versions of each of the classic Oathbound monsters, plus many entirely new creatures and tons of updated art, ideas, and stats.
Every monster in the book is presented as three distinctly different variant creatures designed for different power levels, giving them an incredible flexibility and utility for all sorts of situations. These levels are not simply upgrades, but versions, each with new tricks up its sleeve. Pay for 68 monsters, get 204!
Note: This book is for all gamers. As this book is fully Pathfinder compatible, it can be easily incorporated into any Pathfinder-based campaign. It is not necessary to play Oathbound to get a full use out of this compendium (though we are certainly hoping you'll take a look at the larger setting if you like the Bestiary)!
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