Fury of the Elements (PFRPG) PDF
Little Red Goblin Games
Command the Elements!
The awesome powers of the elements are at your fingertips with the new elementalist class from Little Red Goblin Games! Using miniature portals called meridians, the elementalist makes the battlefield her own, flinging blasts of flame and lightning, bringing forth walls of earth to hinder foes only to have the wall explode in a hail of acid just as they clear it. With 40 new elemental spells usable by a variety of classes, the fury is barely contained within this tome. Will you be the one to let it loose?
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