Player Paraphernalia #19—Druid Archetype: The Imperial Druid (PFRPG) PDF
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This issue introduces a new druid archetype with an Oriental flavor. The Imperial Druid is an agent of the Celestial Court, responsible for maintaining the sacred places and relations with the natural and spirit world. In addition, a new Domain is introduced and two new Foo Creature templates.
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