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Beast of a Thousand Broken Hearts - A Pathfinder Creature

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"All that you love most in this world will be taken from you. I do this under command and not of my own free will"

Just in time for Valentine's Day, the Beast of a Thousand Broken Hearts is a Pathfinder (d20/OGL as well) creature that attacks love itself.

An interesting villian and plot item, it can easily be inserted into your Pathfinder game, giving your players a chance to save love itself.

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March 2nd, 2013
Very interesting placing it in a plot focused on romance. [...]
March 1st, 2013
I found the concept for this creature intriguing. I'd be interested to learn more about its back-story -- why is it forced to do what it does? Perhaps an adventure could be designed around unraveling this mystery and setting the creature free. [...]
February 24th, 2013
An interesting concept, taking a metaphorical theme and making it fantasy-literal. The one thing that annoyeed me was the name of the curse. "Forever Alone"? That completely throws one off the poetic track and straight into pointless-meme-lan [...]
February 22nd, 2013
I thought the idea and concept were interesting and easily adaptable. it wouldn't work directly for a DM but would make an interesting and powerful enemy for a PC or PC's to deal with. [...]
February 22nd, 2013
The beast is a very good concept. I am a bit less happy about it being a mirror copy of the character; it is a acceptable way to be sure the difficulty of the encounter is on par with the capacities of the character but it is not something I like, so [...]
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February 15, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on February 14, 2011.