Weekly Wonders: A Dose of Strange (PFRPG) PDF
Necromancers of the Northwest
A Taste of Something Strange!
Sometimes, you just want to add a little bit of strange to your game. Perhaps you were inspired by a recent television sensation’s second season, or maybe you’ve always been a fan of extradimensional horror and a live fast attitude. Either way, this book presents the tools to bring a little bit of strangeness to your game. Included are two monsters, the otherworldly hound (CR 5), and the otherworldly walker (CR 10), which each have a number of exciting and unique abilities that bring to life the abilities of the monsters from the Netflix series Stranger Things. The book also includes the zoomer, a new base class that specializes in high-speed combat.
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