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Oracles are beings that have had divine power thrust upon them, given abilities they only half-understand, and magic powers developed through will and instinct, rather than learning. The theme of their power is called a ‘mystery’, associated with a concept of existence, physical or metaphysical. They can develop powers associated with this mystery, known as Revelations, which allow them to attack, defend, or understand the world as it relates to their mystery. They are spontaneous casters that need not memorize their spells, having a small group of spells that they cast competently, in greater numbers than most spellcasters. As a result of the imposed power upon them, each oracle bears a curse, which also gives them some advantage, as time goes on. Oracles are often obsessive in nature, focused on their own personal mystery, but are an invaluable addition to any intrepid group of adventurers.

Within these pages you will find:

  • the Deadmagic Oracle archetype.
  • Apocalypse mystery
  • Sigils mystery
  • Shifting Sands mystery
  • Wastelands mystery
  • and Miajer, the Prophet of the End Times (male human oracle of Ul'Ul 3)

We hope you enjoy this release. Drop us an email (gedakm@gmail.com) and let us know if you wish to see further mysteries for the Porphyra setting.

 
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Thilo G. [Featured Reviewer]
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March 15th, 2014
An Endzeitgeist.com review This supplement is 8 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 6 pages of content, so let's take a look, shall we? The first archetype we get here would be the Deadmagic Oracles - these oracles [...]
Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
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December 11th, 2013
This work contains a neat collection of oracular items relating to Purple Duck Games's setting of Porphyra - but even if you are not basing your game there you will find material of interest and use to any Oracle's player (or indeed their GM..). [...]
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