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The Book of Beasts: Witch Codex is our third installment in the Book of Beasts: Character Codex Subscription. Previously, we shared with you the level 1 witch and the level 4 witch. Today we’re sharing with you the level 12 witch, the Arrogant Mage. The Arrogant Mage is a great example of a witch that focuses on enchantment and transmutation spells that take a combatant out of a fight or otherwise weaken… Read More

Eldritch Lore and Powerful Curses Do your PCs need to hire some arcane know-how? Does your upcoming session need a spell slinger with some spooky flavor? Are you seeking a villain who can work a great and terrible curse to end your campaign? The Book of Beasts: Witch Codex has the solutions you need, arming game masters of the First Edition of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game with the following: 20 ready-made witch… Read More

The Book of Beasts: Witch Codex comes out soon and is now available for subscribers of the Book of Beasts: Character Codex. Previously, we shared with you the level 1 witch. Today we’re sharing with you the level 4 witch, the Draconic Debilitator. Incase you are unaware, the Witch Codex is the third in the Character Codex Subscription. The first two are the Warpriest Codex and the Magus Codex. The odd-numbered levels… Read More

The Book of Beasts: Witch Codex is out of editing and is in layout. So it is time for us to start talking about it. Incase you are unaware, the Witch Codex is the third in the Character Codex Subscription. The first two are the Warpriest Codex and the Magus Codex. Unlike the previous two classes, the witch class is a 9-level arcane caster, which means it doesn’t have to spread its… Read More

Yesterday, we released the Book of Beasts: Magus Codex for Pathfinder 1e. We already previewed several NPCs including the apprentice mage, clan outcast, and the helltouched archer. Today we’re sharing one we couldn’t not create: the curse commander. Approximately every other even-numbered NPC we present uses an archetype. One of our favorites is the hexcrafters. This witch-themed archetype gives the magus a completely different flavor and feel. Being able to use hexes… Read More

Characters to Bend Reality and Crush their Enemies Do your PCs need to hire an extra sword arm with some arcane talent to boot? Does your upcoming session need an evil wizard that can go several rounds in a melee fight? Are you seeking ideas for the terrible power at the end of your campaign? The Book of Beasts: Magus Codex has the solutions you need, arming Game Masters of the First… Read More

The Book of Beasts: Magus Codex comes out tomorrow and is already available to subscribers of the Book of Beasts: Character Codex Subscription. We shared with you some NPCs from the book, name the apprentice mage and the clan outcast. Today, I want to share with you the Helltouched Archer. Before I do, I have to provide a bit of context for this one. One of the things we do before conceptualizing… Read More

We are going to be publishing the Book of Beasts: Magus Codex here soon so we are sharing with you some of the NPCs within. Previously we shared the Apprentice Mage. Today we are showing off the Back Ally Avenger. When we are setting up each entry in the Character Codex series, we name each idea something we want to showcase or the basic concept for it. For some, this is the… Read More

Not long ago, I mentioned that while working on Book of Beasts: Magus Codex, I noticed there are far too few touch spells. Now that that supplement is with the editors, I am writing new spells designed with the magus class in mind. All of these spells are touch spells. Previously I showed off the level 1 spell frigid grasp. This time I’m sharing a level 2 spell named tarfoot. When creating… Read More

We at Jon Brazer Enterprises are hard at work on the Book of Beasts: Magus Codex, the next entry in the Character Codex Subscription. However, it has become painfully obvious to us that there is a serious lack of touch spells for the class. The class is built around the spellstrike class feature and there are so few official touch spells that we are reusing the same spells over and over again… Read More