Folk Fey and Fair by Lee's Lists comprises a new species, Fairblood, a prestige class, Knight of Frost Court, and two archetypes, one for the bard and another for the monk. This is all framed by a brief introduction to the thirteen courts of the fae before moving into the mechanics of the product. The Fairblood is the child of mortal and fae, gaining gifts from their fae parent one of which (Luck of the Fair Folk) seems a little over the top, unfortunately they are given no further support. The Knight of the Frost Court, as one would expect, masters cold to be used as a weapon, but there are some oddities in the class construction such as gaining no resistance to cold until 5th level when they suddenly become immune and they can summon a blinding zone of cold, which they can make people immune to, which is enormously powerful and is given no limitation on the number of times it can be used. The Knight is a good concept but it needs to be rewritten to be playable. The Mirror Court Student is a Bardic archetype which gives the bard more ability to manipulate emotions but with limited mechanical support for this idea (and some poor editing) makes it nearly unusable. The Brawler of the Clawed Court trades flurry of blows for enhance, claw based damage and it is suppose to be more animalistic but it is not given sufficient support for that idea, which is unfortunate as it has some potential. Overall, while there are some good and interesting ideas here, they need further development to be more than just ideas.
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