By Greg Dent
To palms! To palms! guns and armor are the lifeblood of adventuring businesses, instruments of the alternate that stand as symbols of energy and luck over one's occupation. This 96-page e-book supplies extra armor, shields, and guns useable via heroes of each exchange and specialization. comprises extra guns, armor, shields, and magical features that may be put in any crusade surroundings.
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