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New Pathfinder Roleplaying Game hardcover now available!
Not all the foes your hero will face will be monstrous horrors or the hungry dead—some of the worst monsters walk on two legs, and we've got a book full of them in our latest Pathfinder Roleplaying Game hardcover release!
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: NPC Codex has hundreds of characters ready to drop in at a moment's notice to your campaign—or even plan a whole series of adventures around! Every class from the Core Rulebook is covered, from 1st to 20th, so you can easily add a glaive-wielding gnome barbarian ally, bounty hunter, illusionist, sniper, scythe-wielding doomsayer, magic-wielding spies, and plenty of other notable figures for your characters to interact with on their path to greatness!
We didn't just stop at clerics, fighters, rogues, and wizards though! Even more NPCs await in the Codex, but these ones have levels in prestige classes. Now you can add arcane archers, assassins, dragon disciples, eldritch knights, and loremasters to your game without having to spend hours making them yourself—great for any game master when their group goes off the rails! We didn't neglect NPC classes either: half-orc doom prophets, cultists, haughty aristocrats, barmaids, fishermen, and blacksmiths all await for you to use should that barroom brawl get out of control. (And if you're a class with a forever friend, check out the animal companion appendix in the back!)
Finally, the last part of the NPC Codex gives us a look at the details of our favorite characters—our iconics! Representing all of our core classes, these characters are portrayed at 1st, 7th, and 12th level. Great for quick use during convention games, one-shots, and introducing people to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, these are great for beginning players and veteran GMs alike to add to their arsenal!
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Will not run a game with Pageant of the Peacock,
Dispute over a character with low int,
This feat seems pretty OP and pretty convoluted,
Spell-Like Abilities as prerequisites for Prestige Classes,
Feat Idea: Double Vital Strike,
Yet another attempt to "fix" the fighter,