Book of Magic: Pirate Spells (PFRPG) PDF
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Command the high seas with eldritch power and divine might. Wield arcane power designed for your pirate campaign with the Book of Magic: Pirate Spells. From grappling ships to shadowy magical sails to knowing the depth of water under a ship, these new spells for every Pathfinder class are sure to surprise your foes and your friends.
This book features 24 new spells focusing on life on the high seas. These new options for every spell casting class can give you a unique edge in your game.
Book of Magic: Pirate Spells includes with a 10 page PDF and the corresponding Hero Lab file.
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