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Mythic Menagerie: Covens of Chaos

November 30th, 2011 No Comments
MM Covens-of-Chaos

Double, Double, Toil and Trouble From the Norns of Norse myth to Hansel and Gretel’s tormentor—from Baba Yaga in her flying mortar to the Blair Witch—the hideous (and hideously dangerous) crone features prominently in folklore and legend. Powerful, ugly, and able to band together to increase their power, hags are an iconic—but often underutilized—foe. Mythic Menagerie: Covens of Chaos provide an assortment of new hags from CR 3 to CR 15, along with insight into the motivations of these terrible creatures,

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The Genius Guide to the Godling Ascendant

November 15th, 2011 2 Comments
GG Godling Ascendent

Drawn from the Might of the Heavens Themselves From the heroes of Greek myth to the annals of fantasy fiction, the god-touched have fired our imagination. Where The Genius Guide to the Godling introduced this archetype to gaming, and The Genius Guide to Mystic Godlings expanded it,The Genius Guide to the Godling Ascendant now builds further upon the popular character type. This meaty title expands the classes even further, with rules for using godling abilities to create exemplar monsters, new ways for characters with non-godling

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#1 with a Bullet Point: 2 Options for the Leadership Feat

November 10th, 2011 No Comments
Bullet Point #11 Cover

1 idea, 1 page, 1 dollar Sidekicks and secondary characters are a staple not just of fantasy, but of virtually every fictional genre—but does the Leadership feat really enable the sort of secondary characters your group needs? #1 with a Bullet Point: 2 Options for the Leadership Feat gives you two new ways to benefit from Leadership, eschewing the unbalancing cohort and annoying legion of low-level followers in favor of characters that add real mechanical and flavor benefits to the game. If

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Codex Draconis: White Terrors of the North

November 1st, 2011 No Comments
CD White-Terror

The most fearsome creature in fantasy is now a little easier on the GM Masters of glacial wastelands and rime-covered peaks, white dragons are capricious, cunning, and undeniably treacherous. From the smallest kobold tribe to the mighty frost giant Jarls, white dragons command obedience and tribute from all in their demesne. No other dragon better uses its environment to its advantage. Like all dragons, though, the white dragon is as fearsome to the GM as it is to the heroes,

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Gosh, We Love Those Reviews!

October 28th, 2011 No Comments

The headline says it all! Here’s a taste of what reviewers have been saying about Super Genius products in just the past few weeks! Ultimate Options: New Arcane Discoveries “I liked the majority of the new discoveries and I like Academician a lot as a archetype.” “Owen K.C. Stephens does it again—this pdf is a prime example of crunch-mastery, adding a vast array of excellent options for wizards that make the class more distinctive… This pdf is a prime example of excellent mastery

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