Shadowsfall: Favored Class Options (PFRPG) PDF
Jon Brazer Enterprises(based on 3 ratings)
Fight the Dark Side
When set against the twisted landscape and cruel foes of the plane of eternal night, how will your character strike back against her foes? With nearly 300 options, you will surprise your enemies and your Game Master alike! Combat the undead hordes, vampiric flora and cruel, uncaring gods of Shadow with new favored class options, and make your character a hero of legends.
This 12-page PDF delivers 26 different favored class options for 11 different races. With so many possibilities, the perfect one for your character awaits within. This includes a full color release and a printer-friendly version.
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