Player Paraphernalia #97—Wizard Archetypes: Arcane Specialists (PFRPG) PDF
Player Paraphernalia #97 Arcane Specialists, Wizard Archetypes
This issue presents three new archetypes for the wizard. Each focuses on one aspect of the signature class features of the wizard, including the Bondsman, the Familiarist, and the Secondus. The bondsman grants additional abilities to for the wizard that likes to rely on an arcane talisman. The familiarist builds a supernatural bond with his chosen familiar. And the secondus can be seen as the Jack of All trades in the wizardry world.
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