Creature Stat Cards (PFRPG) PDF
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Ever wanted cards you could fill out with monster stats to use while playing the world's most popular roleplaying game? Well, this pdf is probably exactly what you're looking for. Each stat card is form fillable and the different fields expand dynamically if you need more room. Just use the selection box to choose which optional fields to include for each card. As we all have found out, not all creatures are created equally and some have more abilities than others. These stat cards are exactly what every GM needs to have handy stat cards available at the gaming table.
Dimensions: 3.74 inches wide x 5.25 inches tall
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