Incantations from the Other Side: Spirit Magic and Incantations in Theory and Practice (PFRPG)
Zombie Sky Press(based on 1 rating)
Incantations bring ritual magic to your Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Powerful and mysterious, this magic is accessible to any character. But power like this never comes without a price...
Wield great and terrible magic. Or fall before those who do. Discover all new incantations and the rules to create your own.
Incantations from the Other Side: Spirit Magic is a perfect resource for players wanting to add a little danger to their characters or for GMs needing that extra something for their game world. This is 44 pages of high-quality content compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
Designed by Scott Gable, Uri Kurlianchik, and Clinton Boomer.
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