Villains of Pact Magic (OGL) PDF

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This 212-page, fully illustrated book offers players and GMs a treasure trove of material for adventures revolving around the discovery and use of pact magic.

Includes dozens of new bindable spirits, monstrous foes, spells, feats, traps and puzzles, terrain zones, magic items, adventure hooks, and adventure sites. Introduces the Exorcist, Muse, Ravaged Soul and Templar base classes, available for use as PCs or as inscrutable, recurrent villains that grow alongside PCs over multiple adventures.

GMs will also find ready-to-run in-depth material on divine foes of binders—Penitent Hounds and Confessors—plus secrets of the ancient and arrogant Atlans, lurking cultists of the Nightfang Weald, and terror-inducing encounters with menacing cyclopes of the Outer Darkness.

Meant for use with Secrets of Pact Magic. For use with D&D Edition 3.5.

Note: Radiance House has published a FREE conversion guide to update Villains of Pact Magic for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

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A great companion to Secrets of pact magic!,

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Amazon.com reviewer "Dan S" says the following:

"If you liked Secrets of Pact Magic, BUY THIS BOOK!
It contains some really great material for DMs and Players alike.
For Players, VoPM contains tons of new spirits, base classes, prestige classes, feats, spells, and magic items to drool over.
For DMs, VoPM contains everything you could possibly want to make your player characters cry for mercy. NAAAAASTY traps are accompanied by loads of interesting challenges for binder characters, monsters, settings, and some great campaign material to boot. I have gotten a lot of mileage out of VoPM.
I would recommend this and SoPM to any fan of Dungeons and Dragons."

Dan S is not me, either! Just sharing what other folks are saying about this meaty follow up to Secrets of Pact Magic.


Grand Lodge

Just picked this up today, and I've got a question on the Purifiers. What's their alignment? It only says "Evil" on both of them. Even the hound and penitent are only "Evil".

Grand Lodge

Hoping someone's going to check this.

Contributor

I'll forward your question to Dario, but I'm 99% sure that his intent was for the entire Purifier creature type to be Neutral Evil (NE).

Webstore Gninja Minion

I've poked the publisher to hop in and hopefully get this question answered for you. (And thanks Alexander!)

Grand Lodge

Much appreciated.

Sovereign Court

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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Thanks Liz!

As for Kevin's question:

The lower level purifiers are evil (as in, any evil) and the higher level purifiers are specifically neutral evil. The exception in that chapter is the oracle, which is neutral, because it's not a purifier per see. And among purifiers, the spinster is specifically neutral evil even though it's medium level because it is sent on missions to act independently, requiring a certain amount of trust from its superiors.

The notion might be slightly unfamiliar. This was a 3.5 product from 2008, not a Pathfinder RPG product, though it has an experimental layout for monster stats that looks a lot like a PF product -- great minds think alike? maybe! maybe? ;-).

Grand Lodge

Dario Nardi wrote:

Thanks Liz!

As for Kevin's question:

The lower level purifiers are evil (as in, any evil) and the higher level purifiers are specifically neutral evil. The exception in that chapter is the oracle, which is neutral, because it's not a purifier per see. And among purifiers, the spinster is specifically neutral evil even though it's medium level because it is sent on missions to act independently, requiring a certain amount of trust from its superiors.

The notion might be slightly unfamiliar. This was a 3.5 product from 2008, not a Pathfinder RPG product, though it has an experimental layout for monster stats that looks a lot like a PF product -- great minds think alike? maybe! maybe? ;-).

The book itself might not be PF, but the supplement is a PF conversion. I made sure to get both.

Contributor

I'm glad we could get back to you quickly, and I'm excited that people still enjoy the original Pact Magic line. :)

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