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Pathfinder Adventure Path—Rise of the Runelords: "Burnt Offerings" Messenger Bag
Paizo Inc.(based on 1 rating)
Transport your game night gear in style with this durable nylon messenger bag! Big enough for your Core Rulebook and other campaign essential books, along with dice, notes, and pencil holders, these messenger bags debuted at GenCon 2013 and are only available in limited quantities!
Interior Dimensions: 14-1/2" x 9" x 3-1/2"
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