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Dragons Revisited
Dragons Revisited
Publisher's Product Page
(Book)
Author(s) Mike McArtor
Publisher Paizo Publishing
Price Print: $17.99
PDF: $13.99
Released March 2009
Type Accessory
Binding Paperback
Pages 64 pages
ISBN ISBN 978-1-60125-165-7
Series Pathfinder Chronicles
Follows Second Darkness Map Folio
Precedes Dark Markets: A Guide to Katapesh
Artwork from Dragons Revisited


Dragons Revisited, by Mike McArtor, was released in March 2009.

Enter the Dragons

Since the beginning, dragons have held a unique place in man’s mythology. Powerful and savage, with fiery breath and massive wings, they rampage across the countryside in search of plunder or rule mighty nations with iron claws. Their fabulous treasure hoards are the stuff of legend, and those few brave warriors who stand against them are assured their place in history—if they survive.

Dragons Revisited puts a new spin on these timeless monsters, reimagining them for the Pathfinder Chronicles campaign setting while keeping true to their mythological and gaming roots. Within these 64 pages you’ll find in-depth ecologies for the ten most popular dragon types—both the scheming chromatics and the noble metallics—detailing their biology, society, and relations to other creatures. Learn what wonders their lavish lairs contain, and how cunningly they’re guarded. Delve into draconic history within the world of Golarion, and peruse handy sample statistics for each dragon type, ready to be dropped straight into your own adventures along with new feats, advice on using dragons in your campaigns, and other indispensable game materials. Most importantly, discover which dragons look kindly on humanity, and which ones regard all lesser creatures as food. Because getting the two mixed up can be extremely unpleasant.

Fortunately, it’s a mistake you won’t make twice.



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