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The Mist Stalker

September 18th, 2014

We conclude Character Creation Week with a brand-new monster: the mist stalker—a terrifying, shape-shifting, incorporeal undead. This CR 1 beastie is the perfect monster to test your newly-created characters against.

 

 

 

 

 

Level 0

September 17th, 2013

Character Creation Week continues with a collection of cantrips! While cantrips are available throughout the game, they’re one of only two levels of spells you can pick at first level, and the ones that you get the most of during character creation. From appraising art objects to protecting yourself from rain or from alcohol, or disappearing in a cloud of smoke, who says small effects can’t be helpful? Every little spell counts.

 

 

 

Southlands Kickstarter

September 16th, 2013

If you enjoy third-party content for Pathfinder (and if you're reading this, most likely you do), you're probably familiar with Deep Magic, by Kobold Quarterly. Well, those rascally reptilians are at it again with a pretty cool-looking Kickstarter project with desert themes, and we thought that you might want to take a look (especially those of you who picked up our various Egyptian-themed Mythic Mastery books, for obvious reasons). So give it a look, and, even though it's just a little late for our Summer Week here at Necromancers of the Northwest, consider having a little fun in the (pitiliess) sun.

 

 

Triumphant Traits

September 16th, 2013

As Character Creation Week continues, we take a break from the usual Extraordinary Feats fare in order to bring you brand-new traits. Traits are a great way to help define your character, and they’re something you get two of (generally) right at the start of the game.

 

 

Prototype Preview

September 15th, 2014

We kick off Character Creation Week with a selection of brand new prototypes from our new book, New Beginnings: Alternate Character Creation Methods. What are prototypes, you ask? They’re the cornerstone of one of the new character creation methods found in the book, but why not just check them out, instead?