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There are things that dwell in the dark places of the world, in long-abandoned crypts or musty attics—terrible things that can destroy your body and shatter your mind. Few individuals would think to seek out such nightmares, but those drawn into the darkness often find it infecting them, corrupting them in ways both subtle and disgusting. Some believe those who die facing There are things that dwell in the dark places of the world, in long-abandoned crypts or musty attics—terrible things that can destroy your body and shatter your mind. Few individuals would think to seek out such nightmares, but those drawn into the darkness often find it infecting them, corrupting them in ways both subtle and disgusting. Some believe those who die facing such horrors are the lucky ones, for the survivors are forever scarred by their experiences. Pathfinder RPG Horror Adventures gives you everything you need to bring these nightmares to life. Within these pages, you'll find secrets to take your game into the darkest reaches of fantasy, where the dead hunger for the living, alien gods brood in dreams, and madness and death lurk around every corner. Rules for players and GMs alike pit brave champions against a darkness capable of devouring mind, body, and soul. To prepare to face such torments, the heroes can take new feats, learn powerful spells, and even acquire holy relics—for they'll need every edge possible to survive! Pathfinder RPG Horror Adventures includes: - Corruptions that can turn your character into a powerful monster, from a blood-drinking vampire to a savage werewolf. The only cost is your soul! - Character options to help heroes oppose the forces of darkness, including horror-themed archetypes, feats, spells, and more! - A detailed system to represent sanity and madness, giving you all the tools you need to drive characters to the brink and beyond. - Tips and tools for running a genuinely scary game, along with an in-depth look at using horror's many subgenres in a Pathfinder campaign. - Expanded rules for curses, diseases, environments, fleshwarping, haunts, and deadly traps. - New templates to turn monsters into truly terrifying foes, from creatures made of living wax to a stalker that can never be stopped! ... and much, much more! Cover art by Wayne Reynolds


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There are things that dwell in the dark places of the world, in long-abandoned crypts or musty attics—terrible things that can destroy your body and shatter your mind. Few individuals would think to seek out such nightmares, but those drawn into the darkness often find it infecting them, corrupting them in ways both subtle and disgusting. Some believe those who die facing There are things that dwell in the dark places of the world, in long-abandoned crypts or musty attics—terrible things that can destroy your body and shatter your mind. Few individuals would think to seek out such nightmares, but those drawn into the darkness often find it infecting them, corrupting them in ways both subtle and disgusting. Some believe those who die facing such horrors are the lucky ones, for the survivors are forever scarred by their experiences. Pathfinder RPG Horror Adventures gives you everything you need to bring these nightmares to life. Within these pages, you'll find secrets to take your game into the darkest reaches of fantasy, where the dead hunger for the living, alien gods brood in dreams, and madness and death lurk around every corner. Rules for players and GMs alike pit brave champions against a darkness capable of devouring mind, body, and soul. To prepare to face such torments, the heroes can take new feats, learn powerful spells, and even acquire holy relics—for they'll need every edge possible to survive! Pathfinder RPG Horror Adventures includes: - Corruptions that can turn your character into a powerful monster, from a blood-drinking vampire to a savage werewolf. The only cost is your soul! - Character options to help heroes oppose the forces of darkness, including horror-themed archetypes, feats, spells, and more! - A detailed system to represent sanity and madness, giving you all the tools you need to drive characters to the brink and beyond. - Tips and tools for running a genuinely scary game, along with an in-depth look at using horror's many subgenres in a Pathfinder campaign. - Expanded rules for curses, diseases, environments, fleshwarping, haunts, and deadly traps. - New templates to turn monsters into truly terrifying foes, from creatures made of living wax to a stalker that can never be stopped! ... and much, much more! Cover art by Wayne Reynolds

49 review for Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Horror Adventures

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Raab

    Great ideas, fear system, sanity system, new spells, feats, and character options. The art is great and the book is loaded with ideas for new horror adventures. For example, I used the Q&A at the beginning of the book to help get a table full of new players into character, and that went a long way to get them invested. The only downside is that the corruption system is too aggressive—too many penalties too quickly result in players losing control of their characters almost immediately. There's no Great ideas, fear system, sanity system, new spells, feats, and character options. The art is great and the book is loaded with ideas for new horror adventures. For example, I used the Q&A at the beginning of the book to help get a table full of new players into character, and that went a long way to get them invested. The only downside is that the corruption system is too aggressive—too many penalties too quickly result in players losing control of their characters almost immediately. There's not a good benefit/penalty balance here. I get that it's supposed to be bad on the whole, but with the rules as written, the players can barely enjoy their downward progression into evil before turning over their character sheets. This section can be houseruled, of course, and the options will work well for NPC interactions and conflicts. Horror Adventures takes Pathfinder a step closer to Call of Cthulhu territory. It's not for every DM, and the player options are a bit light, but for fans looking to put some horror into their Pathfinder, you can't go wrong.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Simpson

    The magic items, monsters, and some of the spells were good. More story threads/prompts would have been nice to see. The "how to run a horror game" parts were, to me, pretty pedantic and irritating. The magic items, monsters, and some of the spells were good. More story threads/prompts would have been nice to see. The "how to run a horror game" parts were, to me, pretty pedantic and irritating.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Diego Souza

    Um excelente suplemento, nos mesmos moldes de Heroes of Horror.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Albert

    Your story deserves a lot of audience, you can publish it on NovelStar Mobile App.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

    Absolutely fantastic product. Racial traits, great and a huge list of archetypes, all the rules for corruption and sanity, running games... and to cap off that 5th star... Fleshwarping. You had me at Fleshwarping Bulmahn!

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