Player Paraphernalia #25: The Charger (PFRPG) PDF
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This issue introduces a new base class, the Charger. This class is designed around the concept of hitting your opponent before they can hit back. The charger takes advantage of several seldom used combat maneuvers such as the overrun or reposition and builds up special tactics around these maneuvers. The supplement also introduces several new feats as well.
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