Book of Magic: Patron Hexes (PFRPG) PDF
Jon Brazer Enterprises
Curse Your Enemies The Way Your Patron Would Want!
Patrons reveal power to their witches through spells, and now you can wield their power with unique hexes. Each of these new hexes allows a witch to help her allies or deal with her enemies in ways that are specific to her chosen patron. Whether you are turning a creature into a toad or making the creature attack itself, your enemies will remember your character and shudder.
Book of Magic: Patron Hexes is a great resource for any witch character. This 16-page supplement features:
Never Be Caught Unprepared With This New Book of Magic!
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