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Kobold Quarterly #20

Kobold Quarterly #20 takes a look at archers, with an elven archer base class for Pathfinder RPG, a shadow fey hunting party on the prowl, and new arrows carrying acid, fog, and razor filaments. KQ #20 also features Jeff Grubb on the lost elves of Midgard, a Q&A with designer Christina Stiles and a new Zobeck adventure—plus vile derro ooze magic, planar allies, veteran PCs, how to design ticking clock scenarios, and much more! Here’s the full 84 pages of RPG goodness: The Elven Archer Class Arrows of the Arbonesse Derro Ooze Magic Servants from Beyond Putting t

Kobold Quarterly #22

Kobold Quarterly's big summer 2012 issue is the most diverse ever, with articles for Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, 4th Edition D&D, AGE System, Castles & Crusades and 13th Age.

New Paths #3: The Expanded Elven Archer

Aim for the Heart! Combine brutal archery skills with a classic elven heritage using the expanded elven archer class! This in-depth book provides all the class skills, archetypes, spells, and equipment necessary to turn your elven archer into an enemy-hunting, bull's-eye-striking legend. Want a twist on the concept? Roll up a halfling slingmaster, a dwarven crossbowyer, or a mystic archer.

Razor Coast

Under the heat of the salted sun, along a pirate-riddled coast bloated fat with forgotten riches and forbidden secrets, the subjugation of the native tribes awakens long banished horrors. Horrors whose deadly plans threaten not only Port Shaw -- the corrupt fingerhold of a distant and decadent civilization -- but existence, itself. A sea of blood caresses the savage shore of the Razor.

Kobold Quarterly #16 - Winter 2011

The super-sexy Winter 2011 issue is loaded with a high tide of Pathfinder RPG materials, plus the launch of the new Midgard campaign setting. The top-notch materials from the best KQ regulars include:

Kobold Quarterly 14

The Gen Con special issue is the largest and most popular every year! Packed with material for both 4th Edition D&D and the Pathfinder RPG, this magazine is the Switzerland of the edition wars, able to appeal to roleplayers of all stripes. The Gen Con issue's theme is "Traps and Treasures," and it will feature masses of loot and some deadly devices to protect it, plus a sneak preview of characters from the upcoming Pathfinder novels, two new PC classes, advice from Monte Cook, and the ever-popular Ecology series.

Kobold Quarterly #13

Ah, Spring! The time when a GM's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love... and PC-devouring Shoggoths. Issue #13 of Kobold Quarterly is a heart-shaped box of RPG goodies that includes a mix of delicious fluff and satisfying crunch:

Kobold Quarterly #11

This one goes right to the edge, and then one more! Yes, we've shipped the highest-numbered Kobold magazine yet, and this one includes both classics and some wildly inventive new RPG meat, including:

Pathfinder #24: The Final Wish

Fear and ruin grip the land as the long-imprisoned army of a mad genie renews its ancient war. From the streets of the exotic city of Katapesh to the shadow of cursed Pale Mountain, this horde of immortal warriors leaves only fire and ruin in its wake. Empowered and perverted by the granting of wild wishes, this seemingly invincible legion strangles the realm in its fearful grasp as an obsessed general stokes the embers of an age-old devastation. Can the PCs save Katapesh from both a burning tyrant and the resurrection of a living apocalypse?

Kobold Quarterly #10

The big 1-0! Double digits! Yes, Kobold Quarterly hits the big Roman numeral X with a splash with our Summer issue, which features 88 pages of glorious entertainment includings:

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