Player's Guide to the Dragon Empire (PFRPG) PDF
Kobold Press(based on 4 ratings)
Scales, claws, and elemental dragon magic, from the coin swarm to the wyvern's sting! A collection of feats, spells, and exotic animals and dragon magic for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game!
The Dragon Empire region is the exotic land of a conquering Sultana, a land of elemental gods and unstoppable legions. Learn the secrets of this The Player's Guide to the Dragon Empire has new options for those who seek adventure and fortune in this exciting realm!
This 30-page collection of materials provides players with a regional overview, plus a wide range of new powers and options for any Pathfinder RPG campaign, including:
Pick up your copy of the Player's Guide to the Dragon Empire today, and behold its thousand wonders!
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