Tattlebox #2: Better Adventuring through Alchemy (PFRPG) PDF
Zombie Sky Press(based on 1 rating)
What do you get when you stuff an alchemist in a cramped box for a month?
You get the second issue of Tattlebox!
Love alchemy? Want more ways to incorporate it into your Pathfinder Roleplaying Game?
Each Tattlebox presents something for everyone: tips, flavor, crunch. It's for players and GMs.
Tattlebox is a high quality, full-color, web-optimized, 17-page PDF from Zombie Sky Press. It uses the Open Game License and the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatibility License. It is compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and standard 3.5E fantasy RPGs.
Design by John Pingo, John Bennett, Will McCardell, and Scott Gable
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