Chilling Curiosities—A Field Guide (PFRPG) PDF
Rising Phoenix Games
Never leave the tavern without a good guide.
Some creatures defy classification.
Chilling Curiosities—A Field Guide, brings you 7 novel, low CR creatures to challenge your players. Brought to life with beautiful illustrations, each unique creature is detailed in full, along with complete stats for the game. Also inside is the creature chronicler ranger archetype and 2 new magical items, just the thing to give players an edge over the new horrors you'll find within.
This book features the ocular jar, the corpse fly swarm, the dream stalker and a host of other chilling curiosities.
And much more....
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