Supporting Roles: Tavern Brawler (PFRPG) PDF
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Sometimes an adventurer is most at home in a tavern after an honest day dungeon delve. There is nothing like a good hearty stew and a mug of fine ale to refresh him after those long days. For the tavern brawler this is where the real adventure starts to begin.
The tavern brawler finds a little liquid courage at the bottom of his mug. Powered by strong brews, he can become rowdy and obnoxious, and can gain courage against fear of the unknown, if only for a brief time.
This product contains 1 cheeky prestige class to lighten up your tavern brawl.
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