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Heroes of the Streets

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Pathfinder Player Companion: Heroes of the Streets
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September 30, 2015

Heroes of the Streets, a Pathfinder Player Companion by John Compton, Mikko Kallio, Nicolas Logue, Michael McCarthy, Mike Myler, and David N. Ross, was released on September 30, 2015.

Every Side Is the Bad Side of Town!Not every adventure awaits within a sealed tomb or mad wizard's tower. In seemingly civilized cities, dangers lurk down every twisting alley, and backroom deals might spell the end for nosy investigators. Pathfinder Player Companion: Heroes of the Streets provides the resources to take your Pathfinder RPG character from a dungeon-delver to a witty and backstabbing urbanite.

Heroes of the Streets is a player-focused supplement that provides inspiration and rules for city-focused characters and campaigns, allowing you to make the most of an urban adventure. Each Pathfinder Player Companion includes new options and tools for every Pathfinder RPG player. Inside this book, you'll find:

  • Background suggestions and traits for heroes of every race who hail from Golarion's biggest and oldest cities.
  • New archetypes that bring bloodragers, hunters, skalds, and witches out of the wilderness and into the city.
  • Exceptional gear and magic items especially suited for urban intrigue, underhanded espionage, and despicable crimes.
  • Optional subdomains focused on city life and urban challenges, opening up unique powers and expertises to clerics and inquisitors.
  • New spells especially suited to getting by in the bustling streets and back alleys of your favorite metropolis.


For Your Character
p. 2
p. 4
Welcome to the Metropolis
p. 6
Life in the Big City
p. 8
The City Walls
p. 10
The Magic Shop
p. 14
The Guardhouse
p. 16
The Temple District
p. 18
Soul of the City
p. 20
Savage Streets
p. 24
Back Alleys
p. 26
Below the Cobblestones
p. 28
Street Magic
p. 30
Next Month!
p. 32
Urban Conflict Hot Spots
Inside Front Cover