Technology Reference Guide (PFRPG) PDF
The Technology Reference Guide (TRG; this book) is designed to simplify the process of dealing with and adding technological items to your Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. The “official” guidebook of technological items from Paizo Inc. cannot be referenced (by name) in products carrying the Pathfinder Compatibility Logo so this book is intended to stand in as a replacement. None of the rules herein are a change or alteration of existing Open Gaming Content, but this book may be referenced by name by other OGL-based products.
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