Into the Breach: The Kineticist (PFRPG) PDF
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Into the Breach is a series of crunch-focused books intended to expand the options available to the Occult Classes (the kineticist, medium, mesmerist, occultist, psychic, and spiritualist).
For our 10th installment, we call upon primal elements both familiar and strange, and will them to our purpose with the kineticist. With three new archetypes, two new prestige classes, five new elements, and a host of kinticist focused items both mystic and mundane you are sure to find new ways to shape you chosen element, as it resides all around, awaiting your call.
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