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Irrisen Bestiary: Monsters of Slavic Folklore

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Fill your campaign with dreaded monsters from Slavic folklore!

This book contains ten monsters never before seen in PF2e. With stat blocks converted from first edition bestiaries, the Irrisen setting book, and the Reign of Winter adventure path, each write up also ties these creatures to their folklore roots and has hooks to include them in a modern Irrisen campaign under the new monarch, Anastasia Nikolaevna of the house of Romanov!

  • Bolster aquatic encounters with the confounding Vodyanoi or the charming Boggard Prophet
  • Add intrigue with a calculating Fext general or a quarrelsome Kikimora interloper
  • Challenge your players with mighty multi-headed dragons, the Khala and Gorynych
  • Convert any creature to cold climates with the Winter Template
  • …and more!

What does frozen and fey-plagued Irrisen have in store for you?

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This title was added to our catalog on January 31, 2024.