Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 2 (5E) PDF
Jon Brazer Enterprises
Go beyond the standard fantasy races and play a new breed of hero. These intrepid adventurers forge their place in legends with splinter, gill, electron, and scale. Now you can play one of these heroic races in your home game and battle monsters like never before.
Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 2 introduces a number of playable races for your fifth edition game. This 13-page supplement gives you everything you need to include the following races at your table:
Be Heroic With These New Races Today!
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