Articles By Author - John Ling

The Hunter of the Cursed: Revised for Pathfinder

Earlier, the hunter of the cursed was presented on the blog here, but for those of you interested in adding this to your Pathfinder game, we have a revised presentation for you. Enjoy!Gald moved through the underbrush silently. He had tracked the beast for days, and he knew he was nearing its lair. The beast had proven to be quite clever, and had eluded capture for months, and that’s why he was here. People only summoned him to handle the most...

Skittering

The creature scampers down its web toward you, far more nimble than a thing the size of a cow has any right to be. As it moves, however, it becomes clear that this isn’t a spider—spiders don’t have venom-dripping stingers on their back. Duergar bear responsibility for the creation of this ill-tempered amalgam. More specifically, a single duergar—a mad alchemist whose name is lost to time—set about creating a new tunnel guardian. He struck upon...

Tar Fiend

The hulking black creature, ever so vaguely humanoid in shape, rises from the tar pit. Its small eyes glow red, its body covered with all manner of items—tree limbs, leaves, carcasses of small animals, and even a few weapons. The incorrectly named tar fiend—for it is an elemental, not a fiend—lives in tar pits. It forms whenever a large amount of magical energy is unleashed within the tar pit it calls home. This energy could come from the death...

The Hunter of the Cursed

Kobold Quarterly Bonus Material! You may already own Kobold Quarterly #11, but you’re not done getting additional content for it! Today, to accompany his “Howling Werebeasts” article on lycanthropes, the inestimable John Ling presents a brand-new prestige class. Werewolves, your days are numbered, for the hunter of the cursed is on your trail! Gald moved through the underbrush silently. He had tracked the beast for days, and...

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