Map Pack: Palace
GameMastery Map Pack: Palace contains 18 full-color 5 x 8-inch map tiles, stunningly crafted by cartographer Jason Engle, that combine to form a variety of palatial locales fit for both princes and profligates!
Locations include: • Throne Room • Customizable Halls • Reception Chamber • Treasury
PFA: Tide of Honor
"Tide of Honor" is a Pathfinder Roleplaying Game adventure for 12th-level characters.
This volume continues the Jade Regent Adventure Path, a sweeping quest that takes the heroes from familiar territory in Varisia all the way across the ice fields of the Crown of the World to distant Tian Xia, the land of the Dragon Empires.
This volume of Pathfinder Adventure Path also features an extensive gazetteer of the exotic and intriguing land of Minkai and an article about Irori, the god of self-perfection and martial arts. Plus several new monsters drawn from Japanese mythology in the Pathfinder Bestiary, new adventures of Varian Jeggare and Radovan (stars of the Pathfinder Tales novels Prince of Wolves and Master of Devils) in the Pathfinder’s Journal, and much more!
PFCS: Mythical Monsters Revisited
This 64-page book takes a detailed look at ten of the most well-known and well-feared monsters from mythology.
Within these pages you'll find entries on creatures from the old world to the new, including the chimera, couatl, griffon, harpy, hydra, kraken, medusa, phoenix, sphinx, and wendigo. With each monster getting a chapter of their own, details about history, ecology, lairs, variants, and even their realworld roots provide all the information you'll need to bolster these classic monsters in your game.
PFPC: Dragon Empires Primer
Enter the mystical land of Tian Xia—the Dragon Empires—a new realm for players to explore.
Player-friendly descriptions of more than two-dozen nations, new traits for each, details on five new character races (the birdlike tengu, the shapechanging foxlike kitsune, the shadow-wreathed wayang, the reptilian nagaji, and the spirit-bound samsaran), notes on local religions, new Asia-inspired archetypes, feats and martial arts styles, magic items, spells, and a system to track honor and dishonor provide numerous exciting character options.
Each bimonthly 32-page Pathfinder Companion contains several player-focused articles exploring the volume’s theme as well as short articles with innovative new rules for social, magic, religious, and combat-focused characters, as well as traits to better anchor the player to the campaign.
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