Steelforge: Book 2 (PFRPG) PDF
Items both magical and mundane have a long and storied history in adventuring. Everything from the humble steel mirror to great and terrible mystical artifacts have been used on the fields of battle and in deadly dungeons. With Steelforge, Dreamscarred Press brings a new arsenal of useful tools and wondrous treasures, to add greater variety to your choices of items as a player and to your campaign world as a GM.
Steelforge: Book 2 is a 27-page supplement that includes:
Written by Jacob Karpel with Patrick Miller, with artwork by Joe Shawcross, Jacob Blackmon, and Rick Hershey.
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