The Gods of Porphyra (OGL) PDF
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In April of this year, Purple Duck Games launched a search for writers to contribute to an open pantheon. This tome is the result of the hard work of over a dozen writers who stepped up to help us create a twenty-seven god pantheon that can be used as open game content in our products and the products of any other publisher that wishes to use them without restriction.
This tome features:
Authors: Christopher Kaiser, Mark Gedak, Perry Fehr, August Hahn, John Hazen, Sean Holland, Sam Hing, James H. Lewis, Chris Longhurst, Scott Messer, Sean O’Connor, David Nicholas Ross, and Jeremy Whalen
Page Count: 45
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