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Arbiters: Small inevitables who hover just off the ground.

Borbotos Gnolls: The gift of seeing color has changed these gnolls into curious, textile-loving merchants.

Crab People: Claws and shells, and everything one might expect from a crustacean person.

Dalets: Amorphous blobs who love trash and adventure.

Dinosaurs: Not dinosaur people, actual dinosaurs. From velociraptors to the T-Rex herself.

Dwarrow: Half-dwarf, half-gnomes whose lives center around gemstones.

Dworgs: Half-dwarf, half-orcs with a drive to prove they’re more than their station.

Elflings: Half-elf halflings from faerie realms.

Farrealmers: Chaotic alternate versions of common races.

Gingerbread People: A race of baked goods trying to prove themselves.

God-Blooded: Mortals imbued with the left over power of the gods.

Half-Dwarves: Stocky human halfbreeds akin to half-elves and half-orcs.

Leonin: Tribal catfolk from another world who worship the sun.

Leporines: Rabbitfolk from various shattered worlds who make excellent marksmen.

Minotaurs: Bull-headed warriors of brave and courageous stock.

Mushroom Leshys: Vine leshy cousins who grow up in swamps and caves.

Nephilim: Half-angel, half-devils looking to end the war between both.

Otterlings: Small, furred race with several variants.

Seekers: Otherworldly constructs created by the gods of secrets and knowledge.

Skaldaks: Devoted acolytes of chaos who change their form to suit.

Sokari: Proud unicorn people from the fey realm.

Swarmborn: Victims of chaotic magic who make due and practice keeping their bodies together.

Troglodytes: Barbaric warriors and cunning spellcasters.

Ursaren: Shamanistic bear people not afraid to defend others.

Vulture-Men: Foils to the elfling race, they seek enlightenment and a return to what they once were.

Xendauni: Shapechangers from the world of Pnumadesi with a hatred for elementals and other chaotic beings.

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S-Class Characters: The Shifter

Vendor: Samurai Sheepdog
Type: Book
Price: 1.00

"The original Pathfinder RPG summoner class is fine."

I'm glad you think so. In that case, you're going to love the s-class shifter, which has been balanced around the same general power level as the original summoner while still remaining fully compatible with a standard adventuring party. In fact, we are retuning every other class to be on par with that one, and the shifter is just another of our offerings so far.

As this line continues to gain support, we'll be sure to release more, and eventually collect them into a full book for POD.

==What's Inside==

  • A full, 20-level s-class that you can bring to the table right beside others like it, including the original s-class, the summoner.
  • Streamlined class features that make it easier to learn and take on various forms.
  • A cleaned up version of shifter claws that splits the feature into natural weapons and natural strike.
  • Offers more choices beyond increased critical multiplier when you reach 11th level.
  • A sample of 14 shifter aspects for easy reference while playing.

In addition to the s-class description, this is a full-use document for your character. No need to look at other books unless you need to know greater details, such as additional aspects or archetypes.

S-Class Characters: The Wizard

Vendor: Samurai Sheepdog
Type: Book
Price: 1.00

"The original Pathfinder RPG summoner class is fine."

I'm glad you think so. In that case, you're going to love the s-class wizard, which has been balanced around the same general power level as the original summoner while still remaining fully compatible with a standard adventuring party. In fact, we are retuning every other class to be on par with that one, and the wizard is just one of the more ambitious offerings so far.

If this line continues to be popular, we'll be sure to release more, and eventually collect them into a full book for POD.

==What's Inside==

  • A full, 20-level s-class that you can bring to the table right beside others like it, including the original s-class, the summoner.
  • Streamlined class features that make it easier to learn, prepare, and cast spells of different types.
  • Reimagined arcane schools that allow you to pick your powers.
  • A small collection of general school powers that any s-class wizard can choose, and which any standard wizard can take in place of those they normally gain.

In addition to the s-class description, this is a full-use document for your character. No need to look at other books unless you need to know greater details, such as additional familiars, bonded items, or alternative arcane powers (we intentionally summarize these so they're usable, but you have a reason to pick those up if you want to use them outside of the context of the s-class character).

S-Class Characters: The Ranger

Vendor: Samurai Sheepdog
Type: Book
Price: 1.00

"The original Pathfinder RPG summoner class is fine."

I'm glad you think so. In that case, you're going to love the s-class ranger, which has been balanced around the same general power level as the original summoner while still remaining fully compatible with a standard adventuring party. In fact, we are retuning every other class to be on par with that one, and the monk is just the first offering. If this proves popular, we'll be sure to release more, and eventually collect them into a full book for POD.

==What's Inside==

  • A full, 20-level s-class that you can bring to the table right beside others like it, including the original s-class, the summoner.
  • Reimagined favored enemy, favored terrain, and hunter's bond to help emphasize the ranger's place among her allies.
  • 3 variant hunter's bonds which can be selected individually or combined with the existing choices to give the ranger a breadth of options.

In addition to the s-class description, this is a full-use document for your character. No need to look at other books unless you need to know greater details, such as feat prerequisites and such (we intentionally summarize these so they're usable, but you have a reason to pick those up if you want to use them outside of the context of the s-class character).