Player Paraphernalia #90—New Archetypes: Truly Nature's Ally (PFRPG) PDF
Truly Nature's Ally, New Archetypes
This issue introduces six new archetypes, each focusing on summoning nature's ally or other wild aspects. There are two new archetypes for the druid, hunter, and ranger, including archetypes that completely replace the spell-casting ability. Based on a thread found in the Pathfinder RPG group on facebook, the challenge was to present something that created a spell-less version of the druid. The archetypes for the druid and hunter offer both a diminished and completely spell-casting versions. A new feat is included to enhance these archetypes.
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