Champions of Corruption

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Champions of Corruption
Champions of Corruption
Author(s) Paris Crenshaw, Jim Groves, Sean McGowan, and Philip Minchin
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price Print: $12.99
PDF: $9.99
Released September 10, 2014
Type Sourcebook
Binding Paperback
Pages 32 pages
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-679-9
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Player Companion
Follows People of the Stars
Precedes Advanced Class Origins

Champions of Corruption, a Pathfinder Player Companion sourcebook by Paris Crenshaw, Jim Groves, Sean McGowan, and Philip Minchin, was released on September 10, 2014.

Evil TriumphsClaim what's rightfully yours with Pathfinder Player Companion: Champions of Corruption! Summon monsters from the blood of your enemies with twisted Sarkorian magic, lord over your minions to further the causes of your dark masters, and use any means necessary to achieve your despicable goals. With Champions of Corruption, everything is fair game as long as you prosper and your enemies suffer.

Inside this book, you'll find:

  • Detailed explorations of the lawful evil, neutral evil, and chaotic evil alignments, including example personas for your vile character.
  • New archetypes: the sanguinary blood summoner, the godless dread vanguard, and the bloodthirsty raging cannibal.
  • Savage new traits for characters who hail from dark lands, and rules for wicked ones who seek to lord over Golarion's most debased nations and organizations.
  • Cruel new options like Vile Leadership and damnation feats, which let you use coercion and violence to compel your cohorts and allies to commit even greater atrocities.
  • Brutal new spells, magic items, and other sinister options to sate your bloodlust and strike fear in the hearts of heroes who would oppose you.


  • For Your Character (2)
Summarizes the new options for this issue's focus characters (antipaladins, clerics of evil deities, fighters, and summoners), and motivations for evil characters, discussions of evil alignments, new rules for damnation, and tips on playing evil characters or in evil parties.
  • Why Be Evil? (4)
  • Lawful Evil (6)
  • Neutral Evil (8)
  • Chaotic Evil (10)
  • Dens of Evil (12)
  • Organized Evil (14)
  • Deals with Dark Powers (16)
  • Divine Influence (18)
  • Calculated Villainy (20)
  • Destructive Tendencies (22)
  • Hungry for Power (24)
  • Utter Depravity (26)
  • Wicked and Weird (28)
  • Magic Items (30)
  • Next Month! (32)
  • Corrupt Faiths (inside front cover)
  • Summoning Evil Monsters (inside rear cover)