Races of the Void Book One (SFRPG) PDF
Race for Supremacy!
The adventure begins with new races from Starjammer: Races of the Void. Explore the universe as a member of the proud and strong bisoni, or as the strange, telepathic floating aberrations known as aurellians. Or perhaps you'd like to go deep-sea diving using diving equipment built right into your shell as a long-lived tortanian.
Inside Races of the Void, you'll find three fully-statted-out player races for use in the Starjammer campaign setting or your own homebrew space-faring setting. This book includes alternate racial traits, favored class options, racial archetypes, feats, spells, and equipment which will help you integrate new characters of these races into your campaign.
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