Kingdoms of Legend: Sands of Destiny (PFRPG)
Interaction Point Games
Danger and Intrigue Await!
Explore the crowded Palmyra bazaar, searching for treasures from this plane or beyond. See the despicable markets of Al Jazair, where slavers deal in living merchandise. Wonder at intricate mechanical animals, cross the burning desert to find unplundered ruins, and set sail on the corsair-laden Mediterranean in search of adventure! Discover new races, classes, skills, feats, and equipment appropriate to a campaign set in North Africa or the Middle East.
Kingdoms of Legend: Sands of Destiny infuses any campaign with Arabian flair!
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