This week’s Obscure Arcana is getting up close and personal with a trio of spells designed specifically for melee combat, including the maneuver-focused master of many styles, the powerful defense of the retributive aura, and the debilitating venom strike!
Have you ever acquired any incidental treasure? Is that little entry just there to note that the monster is probably worth some treasure, but tells the GM it doesn’t have pockets or whatever? Just what kind of things might you “incidentally” find around the beasts and mindless creatures who produce such a treasure? We have 10 great ideas for you in this week’s new Magic Market.
Necromancers of the Northwest is proud to present Weekly Wonders: Wendigo Corruptions. Currently available at www.paizo.com, www.drivethrurpg.com, and www.d20pfsrd.com, here's what the back of the book has to say:
Endless Hunger and Eternal Chill!
Corruptions, from Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Horror Adventures, give players a new way to indulge their dark fantasies and take the role of gothic monsters, infecting themselves with some taint or darkness, and presenting the tantalizing question of whether to struggle against the corruption, or embrace it, and allow themselves to bask, however briefly, in its dark power. While Horror Adventures presents 11 different corruptions to choose from, there are many more potential sources of corruption that could potentially be explored.
This book presents the wendigo corruption, a brand new corruption featuring unique progression rules, and 10 new manifestations that are flavorfully connected to the wendigo. Curse others with hunger, transform into smoke and wind, unleash frightening howls that spread terror to your victims, and more!
And be sure to keep an eye out for our next weekly release, Weekly Wonders: Comic Book Vigilante Archetypes Volume III.
Fear not the flame or the smoke. This week’s Best in Class is a new monk archetype, a hardened and joyless warrior whose cracked and charred body channels incredible heat and the destructive power of smoke, ash, and fire.
October 16th, 2017
Monsters are supposed to be scary, and in this week’s new Exotic Encounters, we look at a monster that is wholly intended to be frightening. Mysterious and otherworldly, this monster lurks in another dimension, only revealing itself when it is least expected and striking out at the bodies and minds of those who dare gaze upon it.