Player Paraphernalia #102—Warrior Wizardry Schools: Three New Arcane Schools (PFRPG) PDF
Player Paraphernalia #102 Warrior Wizardry Schools, Three New Arcane Schools
So where do Magi learn their trade? From warrior wizardry schools of course! But some students continue their studies, becoming full-fledged wizards while also learning secret martial skills with their chosen weapon. This issue of the Player Paraphernalia introduces three new arcane schools that focus on weapons training (archery, swordsmanship, and bludgeoning), offering wizards an alternative to the traditional arcane schools.
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