Psionics Expanded: Advanced Psionics Guide (PFRPG)
Dreamscarred Press(based on 3 ratings)
Expand Your Psionic Options!
Take psionics to the next level with all new character options and rules. With new classes, new options for existing classes, new psionic powers, feats, items, and prestige classes, this book has something for new psionic characters and old!
Contained within the pages of Psionics Expanded you will find:
Building off the core psionic rules of Psionics Unleashed, Psionics Expanded gives over two hundred pages of new character options to allow you to have exactly the psionic character you want.
Psionics Expanded requires Psionics Unleashed.
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