Player Paraphernalia #89—Gunslinger Archetypes: Lead in the Air (PFRPG) PDF
Lead in the Air, New Gunslinger Archetypes
This issue features the creations of N. Jolly, two gunslinger archetypes that couldn't be further apart in regards to purpose and design, yet this dichotomy offers an interesting balance in functionality. The archetypes are the Close Quarters Combatant and the Heavy Gunner, each focusing on a different type of firearm. Three new feats are also included that nicely compliments these two archetypes.
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