Terah: Classes (PFRPG) PDF
Rossi Publishing Games
Terah's base classes, the spark and the charlatan, as well as the prestige class the earthsinger are now available as a free download! Terah can add variety and spice to any campaign, commerical and homebrew and it sure doesn't hurt to try!
Who will you be in Terah?
Out of respect for the amount of inspiration we've received from Phil and Kaja Foglio and their "Girl Genius" web comic, we want to make sure that fans everywhere have access to the spark specifically. And while we were at it, we figured we'd add some bonus material, like some other classes.
Spark is a trademark of Phil and Kaja Foglio ©2009. Used with their kind permission.
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