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Arcane Outbreak

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Diseases are a part of life in every society, in every time period, and in every world. Most of them are pretty terrible - you drink the brown water, throw up a few times, and then die. Not exactly the makings of an adventure. But in a magical world, things are a little bit different - the diseases can be as exotic as the surroundings, and can serve as adventures all their own. The following is a collection of fantastic diseases, feats, and even a character class to help a GM add a different type of challenge to their campaign.

This supplement has includes:

  • 10 All new disease including Black Touch, Dreaming Sickness, Logar Spawn and Therian's Whisper.
  • 10 All New Feats including Breath Rot, Disease Sense, Contaminated Wounds and Infectious Spawn.
  • All New Prestige Class: Phage Touched

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Sean H. [Featured Reviewer]
June 5th, 2007
Arcane Outbreak is part of the support for D20 fantasy by Louis J Porter Jr Design providing additional resources on magical diseases, this product was written by Neal Bailey. It is a thirteen-page product (eleven and a half after cover and OGL) with [...]
Peter I. [Featured Reviewer]
May 31st, 2007
Arcane Outbreak is a 13 page d20 pdf product. This product is a standalone product presenting a number of new magical diseases, disease-related feats, and a new prestige class focused on diseases. The product is written by Neal Bailey. Arcane Ou [...]
Shane O. [Featured Reviewer]
May 31st, 2007
Arcane Outbreak is a short d20 product from LPJ Design. The zipped file is just under a megabyte in size, and contains a single PDF. The PDF itself is thirteen pages long, with a half-page for the cover and a page for the OGL. There is no table of cont [...]
Nathan C. [Featured Reviewer]
May 30th, 2007
Swords may not pierce your ridiculously high armor class and arrows may not penetrate your off the chart damage reduction, but rest assured, Arcane Outbreak, by LJP Design, has a potent enough disease that can take your character out, or at least halt [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on May 30, 2007.