Necromancers of the Northwest is proud to present Weekly Wonders: Book of Goblins. Currently available at www.paizo.com, www.drivethrurpg.com, and www.d20pfsrd.com, here's what the back of the book has to say:
This little goblin went to market, this little goblin went to war…
Everyone’s favorite wacky, zany, loveable little villains, goblins are practically the mascots of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, and have been since the beginning. Even before Paizo’s whimsical new take on the small, green menaces, they’ve been a staple of fantasy for ages. Like many fantasy favorites, there are a number of different interpretations of goblins, depending on where you go. There are the fey-like and tricksie goblins of fairy tales, goblins that act as protectors of a home, lurking, skulking goblins, and more.
While the goblin race in the Pathfinder Bestiary certainly provides players with the ability to play as goblins, and there have been a lot of alternate racial abilities provided over the years, there’s always, always, always room for more goblins. This book presents five new goblin races: the deep goblin, the goblin prince, the hidden one, the house goblin, and the lurk.
And be sure to check back next Friday, for a new Starfinder supplement featuring several monsters large enough to be fought as ships.
What happens when you blend the scientific and rational reasoning of the investigator with the strange and otherworldly knowledge of the occultist? You get someone who can get to the bottom of just about any mystery. Today’s Best in Class presents the occult detective prestige class, which allows you to get the best of being both an investigator and an occultist.
Combat and Social Traits
June 12th, 2018
Life at street level is hard and requires a delicate balance of social aptitude and combat skills. Such circumstances can shape characters in dramatic ways, and these new combat and social traits are made to demonstrate the effects that life on the mean streets and in the dark alleyways can have on a character.
Necromancers of the Northwest is proud to present Weekly Wonders: Spells of Art. Currently available at www.paizo.com, www.drivethrurpg.com, and www.d20pfsrd.com, here's what the back of the book has to say:
A Masterpiece of Magic
Art objects are, at once, the most and least exciting treasure a party can find in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. On the one hand, what’s more flavorful and exciting than golden statuettes of strange and mythical figures, gem-studded scepters, ancient crowns, and the like? On the other hand, though, these status symbols rarely have any mechanical effect that the players can use to their advantage, like magic items do, and they’re more of a hassle to spend than coins are.
This book brings a little more magic to the world of art objects, especially paintings and statues, by providing 10 brand new spells that relate to art not just thematically, but also mechanically, rewarding players who hold onto (or even commission) valuable pieces of art. In this book, you’ll find spells that let you alter an object’s value, track down the owner of an art object, animate a sculpture into a more powerful minion than the average animated object, trap foes in paintings, travel through paintings, and more!
And be sure to check back next Friday when we'll be releasing a new Weekly Wonders introducing several brand new races of goblins for use as monsters and PCs.