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Next week sees the release of the Book of Heroic Races: Age of Races 2, and we couldn’t be more excited. We are taking many of the races we developed in-depth for Pathfinder and bringing them over for your 13th Age Compatible game. We’ve got 5 races in total in this book: androids, geppettoans, gillfolk, moonblooded, and tengus. Today we are going to look at the moonblooded. I will be honest, I… Read More

Extraordinary Races Go beyond the standard fantasy races and play a new breed of hero. These intrepid adventurers forge their place in legends with splinter, gill, electron, and scale. Now you can play one of these heroic races in your home game and battle monsters like never before. Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 2 introduces a number of playable races for your fifth edition game. This 13-page supplement gives you everything… Read More

About 2 years ago, I walked out of Guardians of the Galaxy and said, “I want a raccoon race in my sci-fi games.” I liked Rocket, but I would rather him be a race rather than a one of a kind creature. So I asked my favorite artist to do a few drawings, and that is where this image came from. Man, do I love it! Aliens are going to be a… Read More

Hey Pathfinder Gamers, We took a bit of a hiatus for a number of personal reasons, but we’re back and bringing the good. With this in mind, we are presenting to you the wyrwood race. This is a race of constructs carved from wood yet fully sentient. They were originally created as a servant race for wizards long ago, but choose to rise up against their masters and fought for their freedom…. Read More

Last week and this week we are showing off what is inside of the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids for Pathfinder. Last week, we saw the racial traits, one of the archetypes, and some of the feats that androids can take. Today we are sharing with you the interior artwork. Combined with the cover arcane spellcaster and homunculus on the cover, we included an android priestess, ninja, magus, and archer. We… Read More

We have been sharing with you a number of previews for the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids. So far we share the androids racial traits and one of the archetypes. Today we are talking feats. Being a race of circuitry, androids have electricity flowing their entire bodies. So the androids racial feats makes more better able to handle electricity damage than most other races. As you can see from these feats,… Read More

All week long, we are showing off what is inside the new Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids. Yesterday you saw the android racial traits. Today we are sharing with you one of the archetypes designed specifically for androids. With tomorrow being Star Wars Day (or today, or whatever), I thought I would share with you one of the psionic archetypes. The cryptic from Ultimate Psionics is one of my favorite classes…. Read More

First off, my apologizes. My day job has been kicking my butt lately and I have not done as good of a job of keeping up on my previews and other communication as I would have liked. Having said that, let’s dig into Advanced Androids. The Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Androids is a sharp change from our normal races, in that we are covering what cannot be considered a fantasy race…. Read More

Last week saw the release of the Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 1 for Fifth Edition. We’re already looking ahead to Player Races 2 and want to hear your opinion. Vote in the poll below and let us know which races you want in your game. Download the Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 1 for Fifth Edition at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow and d20pfsrd.com.

Races Beyond the Ordinary Go beyond the standard fantasy races and play a new breed of hero. These intrepid adventurers forge their place in legends with beak, claw, spell, and sword. Now you can play one of these heroic races in your home game and battle monsters like never before. Book of Heroic Races: Player Races 1 introduces a number of playable races for your fifth edition game. This 16-page supplement gives… Read More