Advancing with Class: The Witch (PFRPG) PDF
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This supplement focuses on witches, their powers, feats, and some flavorful archetypes.
Five new Patron Themes, over fifty new hexes including major and grand, twenty new feats, and seven new Archetypes solely designed to expand the roles and options of the Witch class. Three NPCs are also provided built from the patrons, hexes, and archetypes introduced. Advance with dignity, advance with power, this Advance with Class supplement focuses on giving the Witch a real edge while maintaining balance with the other classes.
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