Legends of the Shining Jewel: Campaign Guide (PFRPG) PDF
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LEGENDS OF THE SHINING JEWEL is an ongoing living-style city of AMTHYDOR, a city set in the player-created World of RAIA. The LSJ Campaign uses the PATHFINDER RPG game system and is for mature, serious-minded role-players. Players will create their own Player Characters (PCs) that will advance and grow in LSJ Campaign tournaments. The campaign contains elements of High Fantasy, High Magic, High Intrigue, and High Role-playing.
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