Numenera RPG: Ninth World Bestiary 2 Hardcover
Monte Cook Games
The Ninth World is unlike any other fantasy setting: weird, imaginative, dangerous, and often a bit creepy. The creatures of the Numenera setting are no different, and the Ninth World Bestiary 2 gives you 170 new ones to populate your campaign, with additional details about the Ninth World's complex far-future, post-apocalyptic ecology. Ninth World parasites, transdimensional creatures, mechanical automatons, extraterrestrials, and loads and loads of creatures for characters to face and fight are just the beginning in the weird and wonderful setting of Numenera.
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