Ultimate Characters Guide: Psionics (Savage Worlds) PDF
Mystical Throne Entertainment
Ultimate Characters Guide: Psionics is designed to guide you through the world of psionic talents, open up new psionic areas to explore, and broaden the psionic characters many players bring to the table. This is done through character options and the supporting content that allows you to stylize your psionic character.
For GMs, Ultimate Characters Guide: Psionics presents a psionic bestiary, micro-setting, and adventure guideline along with the supporting content that enhances the understanding of what a psionicist is capable of.
Ultimate Characters Guide: Psionics includes:
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