The Orcs of Aruneus – Revised!

The last of the previously created Aruneus PDFs due for a revision is done!  The Orcs of Aruneus arrived in all of their revised splendor at DriveThruRPG last evening.  This revised document features everything you will need to insert the Aruneus Orc Player Character into any Pathfinder campaign.  Whether you’re basing your campaign on the world of Aruneus or simply want to include Orcs in your campaign world, this supplement is for you.

It contains:

  • A History of the Orcs
  • Descriptions of Orcs and their society in the world of Aruneus
  • Orc Racial Traits
  • Two new Creatures: the Hram and the Penumbral Atavus
  • Prestige Class: The War Leader
  • Three Orc NPCs: The Herd Rider, the Bardic Herald and the Clan War Leader
  • Two Magical Items: The Bridle of Control and the Scimitar of Command

All existing errata has been added to the revised Orcs to make them a much more enjoyable and consistent race to play in any Pathfinder campaign.

“For thousands of summers we have fought each other and laid our souls under the feet of others. When they first set on us, we had no War Leader and we died. For a hundred summers we have died. Now, now you’ve chosen me as your War Leader and we live! We rip our own gold out of our hills!  We forge our own steel with which to slay! Our bards sing songs of glory and of learning now!  Our builders have learned the art of stone and our cities prosper! You have chosen me as I have chosen you and we will never more lie under the feet of another race! We will forge our empire with our steel, build our cities with our own gold and become a mighty, mighty race!  A race that fears no enemy, living or dead!”

Transcription – Clan Moot at Highpass, 97 AA, War Leader Garak in a speech to the gathered clans

[tags]aruneus, orcs, pathfinder, rpg, role playing games, revised[/tags]

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