Kingdoms of Legend: The Cold North (PFRPG)
Interaction Point Games
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From the expansive taiga of the Northern Reaches, home to the nomadic cold elves, to the frigid peaks of the Scandinavian Mountains dotted with dwarven strongholds, the Cold North defines the top of the world. The entry point into this wild and boundless region is the human Union of Kalmar, a collection of territories viewed as barbaric by the cultured societies of Central Europe.
Kingdoms of Legend: The Cold North contains details on the people, places, and politics found here, a number of new regional and racial traits, and more. Brave the climate and countless predators to uncover secrets lost beneath the ice and snow!
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