Classic Horrors Revisited

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Classic Horrors Revisited
Classic Horrors Revisited
Author(s) James Jacobs, Rob McCreary, and F. Wesley Schneider
Publisher Paizo Publishing, LLC
Price Print: $19.99
PDF: $15.99
Released January 2010
Type Sourcebook
Binding Paperback
Pages 64 pages
isbn ISBN 978-1-60125-202-9
Rules set PFRPG
Series Pathfinder Chronicles
Follows City Map Folio
Precedes Guide to the River Kingdoms
Awards Silver ENnie – Best Monster or Adversary (2010)
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Classic Horrors Revisited, by James Jacobs, Rob McCreary, and F. Wesley Schneider, was released in January 2010.

Things from Beyond the GraveBorn of myth, legend, and even modern film and literature, monsters such as the mummy, vampire, werewolf, and zombie are the stuff of nightmares—and frequent foes of heroic adventurers! Along with flesh golems, gargoyles, ghosts, ghouls, hags, and the mysterious dero, these ten monsters are staples of horror fiction and the bane of countless would-be heroes.

This 64-page book explores the origin of these creatures (in both the game world and real-world history), as well as their creation, habitat, society, motivations, and role in a campaign. Each creature also includes information on new and deadly creature variants, such as nosferatu vampires, corpse chill mummies, gemstone gargoyles, host corpse zombies, and phantasmagoric ghosts. What's more, each chapter provides several new and notable examples of each creature, as well as a fully statted and ready-to-run sample monster, whether it's a flesh golem barbarian, a dero magister, a ghoul necromancer, a hag water-witch, or a lycanthrope-hunting werewolf.

Whether your campaign is a standard fantasy monster hunt, a gothic romance, or an exercise in terror, Classic Horrors Revisited provides both historical insight and fresh new spins on these traditional icons of fear!