PDF: $ Blood of the Moon, a Pathfinder Player Companion accessory by Tim Akers, Adam Daigle, Neal F. Litherland, David N. Ross, and. The Moonscar is a Pathfinder Module designed for four 16th-level characters and uses the medium XP advancement track . Abyssal hordes of the moon's surface overtaking Golarion .. Creatures: A pack ofbaregaras-blood-colored demonic. Blood Space and Moon Dust - Adventure is in Your Blood! But this time, the Watermarked PDF + Softcover Color Book (Standard). $
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Roleplaying Game, Pathfinder Tales, and Rise of the Runelords are trademarks of Paizo Publishing, . through a skinwalker's blood gives her the ability to dip. ½ (based on 7 ratings). Pathfinder Player Companion: Blood of the Moon ( PFRPG) Show Description For: Non-Mint. Add Print Edition $ $ Add PDF. RPG Item Version. Blood of the Moon · Pathfinder Roleplaying Game · Pathfinder System Electronic (PDF, DOC, eBook, HTML, etc.) Product Code. PZOE.
War in the wilds soon spills onto the streets, as the people of the land, seeing the strife among their long-time foes, begin a hunt to scour the nation of the deadly shape-shifters. Entreated by a lord of the werewolves to help unite his savage people, the heroes must risk becoming tainted by the curse of lycanthropy as they race across the heart of the nation to find an outcast heir. But can they do so before bestial assassins and the agents of the Whispering Way find him, or the heroes, first? A Pathfinder Roleplaying Game adventure for 6th-level characters, this volume continues the Carrion Crown Adventure Path , drawing on themes of classic horror stories and RPG adventures long awaited by Pathfinder players. In this adventure the heroes travel from the depths of werewolf-haunted wilds to a land of war-scarred ruins in pursuit of a shape-shifting killer. Carrion Crown. Sign In Don't have an account?
It also helps that Blood of the Moon is, overall, a pretty good book. It has a lot in common with Blood of the Night , in that it takes an iconic monster—the lycanthrope—and presents it from a player-centric point of view.
However, it succeeds much better than the earlier book by being much more focused. Blood of the Night, while not a bad book, attempts to be three books in one: a guide to playing vampires, a guide to playing dhampirs half-vampires , and a guide to playing vampire hunters.
The fist and last of those things, in particular, are just too at odds with each other to work well in a short, page book. A Player Companion book needs to pick one or the other and focus on that.
The majority of Blood of the Moon is focused on describing the various kinds of skinwalkers. Each of these skinwalker varieties receive two pages of description covering their racial traits, how they fit into the world, and some additional mechanical options new feats, rage powers, hexes, magus arcana, and so on. While Player Companions, by their nature, tend to be quite heavy on mechanical options, there is a nice balance here between these options and descriptive text.
Players can read about these races and get a good, if fairly generic, feel for how they fit into the world.
There is also a sidebar with each kind of skinwalker containing a sample of in-game writing about that race, helping aid the sense of immersion even more. While the focus is definitely on the skinwalkers, the book does provide a small amount of information on full lycanthropes.
When doing two-sided printing, the left margin on the back becomes the right margin, so if you adjust the margins in one direction for the front, you'll need to adjust in the other direction for the back. Two-sided printing Spell cards have spell attributes on the front and a full spell description on the back.
To ensure that they print correctly, you need to do the following: Feed the back side of your paper in the same direction as the front side. Feed the pages in the same order for both the front and back sides.
This process is less error-prone if you feed the paper one sheet at a time for laser printers, the manual feeder is best , but this next test can be used to align a feed tray or stack properly. You should use plain, white paper for this procedure. You'll be printing two pages, front and back. Will open in a new window.
If you have done things correctly, you should have two sheets of paper printed on both sides with the front- and back-side numbered placeholders lined up with one another 1B on the reverse of 1, etc.
Hold your paper up to a light or a window and it should resemble the image on the right. Print selected spell cards Your target class is: wizard will not apply to custom spells Your selected layout is: Two-Side Printable Clean-Edge Business Cards 10 per page You have selected 0 for printing.
Assuming these are all valid class spells, this exceeds the limit of so only the first cards will be printed.
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Channel the power of the moon and turn the curse of lycanthropy into a potent blessing with Pathfinder Player Companion: Blood of the Moon! Whether you were born with traces of bestial blood from a lycanthropic ancestor or you were bitten by a werewolf and have transformed into one completely, this volume contains everything you need to embrace the beast within and become a fearsome weapon against your enemies.
Become a protector of the natural world as a scion of a werebear , revel in bloodshed with the wolf fighting style created by your ancestors, or find your calling in the witch practices of your werecrocodile forerunners.
Even if you do not take directly after these bestial horrors of the night, there is much to learn from associating with them—as either ally or hunter. The choice is yours with Pathfinder Player Companion: