Armada: Expanded Sea Combat and Rules Sourcebook (PFRPG) PDF
Louis Porter Jr. Design(based on 1 rating)
In roleplaying games, there are no two words that go together better than pirates and ships. A motley crew of piratical archetypes, abilities and equipment have been rounded up in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and naval combat has sailed to the forefront of gaming. LPJ Design presents Armada: Expanded Sea Combat and Rules Sourcebook. This sourcebook offers new possibilities to players and game masters alike engaged in naval-based adventures and battles. This sourcebook contains:
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