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Blood Scions introduces a new ancestry for Shadow of the Demon Lord: the dhampir. These mortals carried the polluted blood of Gog in their veins, specifically the blood of vampires. Although not undead, they share much in common with their unliving kin. And now, you can create your own scion of corrupted blood to undertake adventures in the last days of Urth!

 
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Steve R February 09, 2020 2:38 am UTC
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Love this one and all the content that is coming out for this title. It's generally high quality, great pricing and comes out with great regularity.

Being a fan of the ocean I'd have to put an aquatic source book on my wish list for this title. I know they have undines in the Freeport sourcebook but would love to see player options for creatures such as Merrow men, Merrow Maids (having different player options for different genders of the same species is pretty cool), nereids, as well as possibly a player option for one born of the love between a mortal and an aquatic faerie in the same vein that normal faeries and humans produce fauns and devils and humans can produce a cambion.

Oh and of course lands and adventure ideas for beneath the oceans of Urth.

A random place to put such a request I know but I couldn't find anywhere better.

Keep pumping out the awesome work!
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SDL2001
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This title was added to our catalog on January 20, 2020.