Treasures of NeoExodus: Hellfrost Hammer (PFRPG) PDF
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In 73 AU an undead terror led a savage band of humanoids and giants north out of the Ice Crags. Its horde breached the Sanguine Barrier and began a short but brutal reign of terror in the southernmost reaches of the Arman Protectorate. The undead leader of the warband wielded a mighty dark hammer infused with it the dread chill of the South, sapping both warmth and life from its victims. The monster and its followers ran rampant for several weeks until reinforcements arrived and finally brought the nightmare to an abrupt end. Though the threat was put down years ago, the fear of the dread weapon and the creature that bore it is still fresh in the minds of the citizens that dwell near the southern frontier of the Protectorate.
The Treasures of NeoExodus: Hellfrost Hammer is created for use with your NeoExodus: A House Divided campaign setting home gaming for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. The Treasures of NeoExodus series focus on creating unique and interesting magical and mundane items that you can use in your NeoExodus home games that give you more a personal connection to the item. This PDF comes with a background and history of the Hellfrost Hammer, its special mundane and/or magical qualities plus magic item containing detailed information and blank versions of the cards. Everything you need to incorporate the Hellfrost Hammer into your character’s background and your gaming sessions is here making them even more appealing, special and personal.
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