Player Paraphernalia #17: The Bushi (PFRPG) PDF
This issue introduces an alternate fighter class with an oriental flavor. The bushi are common warriors that seek to follow the code of Bushido, the way of the Warrior. Where samurai seek to epitomize the spiritual aspects of Bushido, the bushi seek ways to apply the principles in their daily lives. This issue details the class abilities of the bushi and the seven virtues of Bushido they idolize.
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