Arcanis RPG: Bestiary Vol. 1
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Man is the Deadliest Prey...
Arcanis is a dangerous world filled with wilds stalked terrible and dangerous beasts, cities built upon great necropoli filled with wakeful dead, vengeful empires of inhuman conquerors and hidden places that shelter a silent evil. Even 'civilized' lands are menaced by ancient evils that are best left undisturbed. It is left to the great heroes of Arcanis to leave thecommon persons to their safe and quiet lives, blissfully ignorant of that which seeks their end.
...Herein are His Hunters
Within this work you will find: Complete Threat Creation Rules,Monstrous Traits, Talents and Flaws, More than Two Dozen Threats - Mundane and Fantastical Alike
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