NPC Strategy Cards (PFRPG) PDF
Rising Phoenix Games
"The secret of success in battle lies often not so much in the use of one's own strength but in the exploitation of the other side's weaknesses." —John Christopher, When the Tripods Came
Strategy is vital to any game, even ones where the emphasis is placed on story, such as our beloved RPGs. With these handy strategy cards you can quickly create strategy references for your play sessions to help you run your monsters, or use them in solo or GM-less games to help you keep your focus on your own character.
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The sheets are fully compatible with any NPC or monster from the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and similar role-playing games.
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