The World of Torn—Character Pack: The Shattered Blade Thieves (PFRPG) PDF
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The Torn World Character Pack Series is here to provide game masters and players alike with pre-made characters for your Torn World adventures or homebrew campaigns. This set includes five unique characters ranging from levels 3 to 5, complete with background, personalities, abilities, equipment and high resolution full-color original artwork!
The Shattered Blade Thieves consist of:
These characters can be used in a one-off encounter or perhaps as a recurring villanous NPC party, to be a constant thorn in the players' side.
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