Sutra Magic (PFRPG) PDF

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I paint the symbols heaven, earth, wind, water, mountain, fire, thunder, and lake. The ancient child asks, "What do you see?" I see a circle of jade.
    —From the Tao te Ching

The mystic art of Sutra Magic uses charms to sanctify, to bring luck and to banish terrible creatures! Sutras provide an element of magic any character might learn and cast, gaining a powerful weapon against evil spirits, ghosts and demons!

Craft ofuda, written sutra charms, to punish infernal creatures, or omamori, written talismans which provide a renewable protection.

This supplement gives you seventeen gorgeous pages packed with mechanics for integrating Sutra Magic in your game, eighteen sutras, three sutra feats and rules for creating new sutras.

Don't wait! Pick up Sutra Magic today and start putting magic into the hands of any character!

Author: Frank Carr
Cover Image: Giordano Pranzoni
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Conversion by Timothy Wallace
Pages: 12

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Just wanted to thank vic for getting this up.

Lantern Lodge

Intrigued, I am...

Dark Archive

Me'mori wrote:
Intrigued, I am...

Then you should buy it, Rite Publishing does good work. Jade Oath was especially good and this coming from someone that is not overly found of most Asian based stuff.


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Dark_Mistress wrote:
Me'mori wrote:
Intrigued, I am...
Then you should buy it, Rite Publishing does good work. Jade Oath was especially good and this coming from someone that is not overly found of most Asian based stuff.

Wow, thanks Dark Mistress! Coming from you, that gives me a warm and fuzzy sense of accomplishment...

... or given your succubi nature, I should say a sense of infernal accomplishment. ;)

Dark Archive

Ashanderai wrote:
Dark_Mistress wrote:
Me'mori wrote:
Intrigued, I am...
Then you should buy it, Rite Publishing does good work. Jade Oath was especially good and this coming from someone that is not overly found of most Asian based stuff.

Wow, thanks Dark Mistress! Coming from you, that gives me a warm and fuzzy sense of accomplishment...

... or given your succubi nature, I should say a sense of infernal accomplishment. ;)

Then you should read my review of the Jade Oath beta book. I gave it a pretty glowing review.


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Dark_Mistress wrote:
Then you should read my review of the Jade Oath beta book. I gave it a pretty glowing review.

I did back when it first came out. But, looking at it again I see that it now has a 5 star review, which is better than what I recall it getting. I don't know if my memory is faulty or if something else happened to change it, but thank you. I am glad you enjoyed it.

BTW, we are working on the omega version and I think you will like it even better. We have heard you and others have had to say about the book and are taking that into consideration for the omega. You can already see from the Sutra Magic PDF that additional new and awesome art is coming in and while I probably shouldn't discuss the new content I am writing for the omega of Heroes of the Jade Oath, I think folks will like it.

Dark Archive

Nope never changed the review, it is as it always was. I sometimes go back and read my old reviews. Sometimes I am tempted to changed them. Since I think with time I have gotten a better mental idea on how to rate things.


Quick question. For "Charm of Recovery" (p. 7,8) a table is referenced. Is the table missing or is the rate of recovery equal to the spell level?


Purchased and found to be quite awesome, its also inspiring for ideas about other unique forms of magic, such as the ritualistic Hermetic Magic, for other games (in particular for D20 Modern comes to mind).

Thank you for the great product.


Lareg wrote:
Quick question. For "Charm of Recovery" (p. 7,8) a table is referenced. Is the table missing or is the rate of recovery equal to the spell level?

The table for Charm of Recovery somehow ended up in the lower left-hand corner of page 5.


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It's nice to hear when folks find the material useful and inspiring.


Hawkins wrote:
Lareg wrote:
Quick question. For "Charm of Recovery" (p. 7,8) a table is referenced. Is the table missing or is the rate of recovery equal to the spell level?
The table for Charm of Recovery somehow ended up in the lower left-hand corner of page 5.

It is indeed. Thank you.


Ashanderai wrote:
It's nice to hear when folks find the material useful and inspiring.

As a Senior Patron, and late to the party, I can safely say that it is made of win and awesome - in fact, the contents have prompted me to build a new game for my group, who wanted to do something vaguely Three Kingdoms period, who also wanted to play a bit of Vedic India action. It works on so many levels, for so many cultures, and it is pretty every much everything I want, albeit in Arcana Unearthed format when I want to Pathfinder it up (and I do, with some cheat/improv).

Dark Archive

Bought! I just skimmed it, but it looks really interesting...


I am revitalizing my pathfinder group and I came across this and downloaded. I have to stay it is quite fun and a great way to incorporate additional "tricks' for our monk in party :) I look forward to seeing it's applications in the pathfinder version Jade Oath


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Those guys at Necromancers of the Northwest netted you at least one sale. I was so fascinated by the Sutra Magic archetypes they posted online today that I decided I had to get a look at the original product.


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For anyone thinking about buying this product, you might want to be aware that as a result of a public challenge, Necromancers of the Northwest devoted a series of articles to expanding on Sutra Magic, which may be useful to you.

Included are archetypes that make sutra magic useful to a wider variety of classes, a number of utilitarian feats that expand on how sutras can be used, a special type of scroll designed with the classless sutra magic approach in mind, and three brand new flavorful sutras.


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I agree -- I liked all of the articles, but it only took the first one to get me to buy the PDF. If I had had the willpower to resist buying it after the first product, I doubt that it would have held out all week.


You know you might email the publisher about those :)

The Exchange

I see what my next project just became.

Grand Lodge

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Interesting.

The Exchange

FYI, Sutra Magic by Rite Publishing has been purchased, text extracted, formatted, and fully linkified in the work areas of the site. Further, I've added the OGL Sutra content that Necromancers of the Northwest posted on their site and have done the same for that content. I should begin breaking this content down into individual pages tomorrow and could conceivably have it done either by tomorrow evening, or by end of the weekend almost certainly.

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