Necromancers of the Northwest is proud to announce the release of our latest book, Weekly Wonders: Legacy Character Creation. Currently available at drivethrurpg, paizo.com, and d20pfsrd.com, here's what the back of the book has to say:
Pass On Your Character’s Legacy!
It’s one of those ideas that every long-time roleplayer has had at least once: when their character’s time comes, and they retire to a nice quiet farm or open up a tavern, and go from being a PC to an NPC, and they have a child or three, wouldn’t it be fun to roll up your character’s child and play them in a later game? Of course, you don’t need a special character creation method in order to do so—the regular rules of the game are more than capable of handling character creation.
But what if there was a character creation method specifically designed to take advantage of this sort of situation, which used the traits of the character’s parents in order to determine the abilities and capabilities of the character? What if, through generations of careful cultivation, a player could develop strong familial traits that make for highly specialized and capable characters? Luckily, there’s no need to wonder, for this book contains just such a system.
Look forward to next Friday's release, which provides four bloodlines for giant-descended sorcerers, including fire, frost, stone, and storm giants.
While many weapons deal death with great speed and efficiency, magic weapons do so in even more spectacular and extraordinary fashion. This week’s Magic Market features not only magic weapons, but magic weapons inspired by the grim reaper.
Death and magic go hand-in-hand, just like death and taxes, or death and life, or death and…just about anything really. To celebrate this awesome and definitive force, this week’s Obscure Arcana is bringing you new spells to kill people with.
Death Week continues at Necromancers of the Northwest, with a shaman spirit devoted to the only thing in life that is even more certain than taxes.
It’s Death Week here at Necromancers of the Northwest! Since there’s an entire race of outsiders that are closely associated with death in all of its myriad forms and sources, it’s only natural that today’s Exotic Encounters introduces a new daemon, the furnodaemon.