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New Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Class Deck releases!
Don't play your next scenario with that same old character! Switch things up with our Summoner Class Deck, the newest Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Class Deck now!
Beyond Space and Time! Bonded to a mysterious creature called an eidolon, the summoner's true power lies in what he and his eidolon can accomplish together. The Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Summoner Class Deck allows Balazar and 2 other characters, including Alase Brinz-Widowknife from the Pathfinder Tales novel King of Chaos, to explore the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game. This 109-card accessory holds a bevy of new spells and other goodies to take your summoner through an entire Adventure Path. This deck can also be used in the Pathfinder Society Adventure Card Guild organized play campaign. (This deck requires a Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Base Set.)
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