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    PostPosted: Tue Aug 03, 2010 3:30 pm    Post subject: Advanced Player's Guide Reply with quote

    So the APG is here. We have new base classes and lots of new stuff for a generic fantasy system.
    Any ideas yet how to introduce the updates to our beloved Greyhawk?
    I was thinking about the Cavalier Orders, right now. There's an NPC in my campaign, a knight templar of Nerull, which could be an interesting choice for a cleric/inquisitor or cleric/cavalier test.
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