Spell Options 4: Bestow Curse (PFRPG) PDF
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Spell Options 4 - Bestow Curse
The Spell Options series is a way of tweaking existing spells without using feats. You can change the color, make the spell weaker and thus easier to cast or make them more powerful but unstable.
Each volume of the Spell Options series gives you ways of tweaking spells to make them more varied.
Basic and simple core rules or tweaking spells
Cosmetic Changes change the way a spell looks. These options do not cost SL.
Plus in this volume, you'll get a d20 table with simple options for the effects of the curse
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