DragonCyclopedia Monsters: the Dog Soldier offers a new antagonist to throw at heroes in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.® The dog soldier is a person who has been enslaved by the power of a cursed mask into being a mindlessly loyal warrior to his master. A truly evil villain may have many dog soldiers, each a dangerous monster as well as a victim of that same villain.
Also included are rules... [click here for more]
"Cry, Havoc! And let slip the dogs of war!" (William Shakespear, 1601)
All warriors are not made alike. Sometimes, you want to portray a noble knight of a king's court, and other times you would rather play a fast-moving swashbuckler in the vein of Sinbad or the Three Musketeers. This document offers a new character class, the combatant, designed to allow a player to create a fighting character... [click here for more]
If the spell-slingers in your game are losing their magic for you, this book may be what you need! Inside, you will find the rules for playing a new arcane class, the mage, that casts arcane spells in a whole new way. Like many magical characters from fiction, the mage isn't limited by a list of prepared spells for the day, or by a limited number of spells he can cast before resting.... [click here for more]
The Enemy Doesn't Have a Prayer.
Your foes gather against you in hordes, armed with dire magics and unholy power. A lesser mortal would quake before such an onslaught. But you have the power of the gods behind you.
This supplement provides a new character class, the Priest, for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game (tm). The Priest draws his power from the gods, like clerics and druids, but... [click here for more]
Reap the Whirlwind!
Your enemies may believe that you wield mere spells and incantations of mortal devising. Their surprise will prove fatal when they find your true power; that you wield in your heart and hands the fery fury of the storm, the flame, and the sun itself.
Within this document you will find a brand new arcane character class, the Primalist, for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying... [click here for more]
The Grave Gives Up Its Dead
This document offers a new type of undead template, the Stygian, or use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. The Stygian is appropriate for use as monsters and antagonists, and as an unusual new type of player character.
Within this document are detailed the four strains of Stygian: the rotting cadaver, the feral marrow, the vampiric nosferatu, and the bodiless restless.... [click here for more]