Player Paraphernalia #39—Alternate Archetypes: The Way of Armor II (PFRPG) PDF
This issue focuses on the Armored Hulk archetype, applying its effects to five other classes including the barbarian, cavalier, paladin, ranger, and charger (a new base class introduced in issue #25). Being able to move quickly while wearing 50 lbs of metal is no easy task, but for the armored hulk it is as natural as wearing nothing at all. This supplement also presents rules for exertion during physical hand to hand combat.
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