Player's Options: Halflings (PFRPG) PDF
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Halflings. The very word strikes fear in the hearts of many. Well, OK, it doesn’t. But many halflings would like to think that it does. Even the sedentary, nonadventurous types among the halflings have a pride in themselves and their ancestors that makes them swell with satisfaction and boast with bravado on occasion.
Presented here are several options for your halfling character, including two variant halfling races, the half-halfling template, over a dozen feats, a half-dozen flaws, and some halfling specific gear and equipment, all designed to allow you to play a fierce, proud halfling who will strike fear into all enemies!
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