Divergent Paths: Fools Errand (PFRPG) PDF
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Divergent Paths offers new character options for the Path of War martial maneuver system of combat! In this release, the Fool's Errand discipline is introduced. The Fool's Errand discipline offers martial arts options for the maneuver system from Path of War.
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Written by Forrest Heck with artwork by Jesus Garcia Lopez, Divergent Paths requires Path of War and Path of War Expanded.
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