Necromancers of the Northwest is proud to present Weekly Wonders: Troglodyte Foes. Currently available at www.paizo.com, www.drivethrurpg.com, and www.d20pfsrd.com, here's what the back of the book has to say:
Call Forth The Troglodyte Tribes!
Troglodytes are a monstrous race, to be sure, but they are humanoids all the same, just as capable of learning and taking a class as any other humanoid race. So why is it that all one ever seems to encounter is the default troglodyte from the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Bestiary. Of course, adding class levels to a monster is hard work—just as much so as building an entire character from scratch. While there are certainly times where only a specially-made stat-block will do, there are also plenty of times where you just need a CR 5 troglodyte, and don’t want to pore over a dozen different sourcebooks to put one together.
This book includes fifteen stat-blocks for troglodytes, ranging from CR 2 up to CR 9, featuring a wide variety of different classes and roles. Each stat-block also includes one or more unique special abilities that enhance its combat tactics and ensure it will provide a memorable encounter.
Whether you want to provide variety to the stat-blocks in an existing adventure featuring troglodyte, or create your own from scratch, these stat-blocks can be combined in dozens of ways to make interesting and unique encounters.
And be sure to keep an eye out for next Friday's release, which will focus on expanding the rules for mass combat.
The perceptive among you will have no doubt noticed that yesterday’s Best in Class featured some new domains. The exceptionally observant among you will have noticed that some of those domain spells don’t seem to exist. Well, I’m here to show you they do exist—they were just a little obscure.
Ever get sick of buying the same old magical gear? Looking for something new and exotic, but don’t want to miss out on the power of the old standbys? Not to worry; this week’s Magic Market has you covered.
Some deities seem to have bits of their portfolio missing, resulting in strange gaps in the domains. Today we introduce a pair of new domains that provide a balance for some of the more traditional cleric domains.
January 16th, 2016
Welcome to the sea, as we delve under the deep in search of the terrible and mysterious. This week, we feature the terrible swimming bones of those drowned at sea. Fear the aquamortis!