Advanced Class and NPC (PFRPG) PDF
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Advanced Class and NPC brings four new classes to be used with the Pathfinder RPG. This book's sole purpose is to remove the point and shoot aspect of combat. Often we find ourselves with melee classes that move up and attack, attack, attack. Making a less then exciting combat for anyone other than the casters. The classes themselves are designed to encourage players to use the environment, combat maneuvers, role-playing, and leadership to better the outcome of combat. The book has a NPC section so that even if the classes are not used as a PC they can still be easily added to provide flavor to any campaign.
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