Ultimate Evil (PFRPG) PDF
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This book is a treatise on all forms of evil, most notably those fallen from grace and those who would bring their foul motives to bear upon those too weak to resist them. It is co-authored by noted Pathfinder Roleplaying Game writer Clinton J. Boomer and previous d20pfsrd.com Publishing author Peter K. Ullmann. This vile manuscript provides you with 60+ pages of sick content for evil PCs and NPCs such as:
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