Rawr! Volume 1: Fear and Dread (PFRPG) PDF
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RAWR! A Series of Monstrous Malevolence!
TPK Games is proud to bring you a new dark and sinister series about monstrous malevolence! We have lovingly called it ‘Rawr!’ and it is a new series about monsters, not just new monsters, but what makes them tick. What makes a monster scary?
We explore new themes each volume and give you new options for your monsters accordingly. Options that will allow you to adapt your creatures and give your players a surprise at the game table. We seek to give you that element of surprise and horror you felt the first time you fell prey to a mimic while looting that overflowing chest of treasure, or contracted mummy rot.
Volume One: Fear and Dread
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