Spell Innovations: Mage Armor Version II (PFRPG) PDF
Spell Innovations, Mage Armor Version II
A second look at the Mage Armor spell. Like previous issues of Spell Innovations, this supplement presents alternate version of an iconic spell, but rather than developing several differing spells, this issue presents a system of customizing the Mage Armor spell by breaking it up into a multi-level platform and offering options to grant varying effects as spell options. This issue also introduces a new feat, a new arcane sub-school, and a new wizard archetype built around the reimagined Mage Armor spell series.Turning off backgrounds for a Printer Friendly Version
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