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Pathfinder: Catfolk Web Enhancements

Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Catfolk (PFRPG)

With Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Catfolk coming out soon, we wanted to share with you a few things written for this release that we are not including … yet. Science fiction elements have recently been stated up by Paizo for the campaign setting. Since we cannot refer to the book from which it comes, we thought we would share with you on the web some technology for catfolk. If and when there is a technology book in the Pathfinder RPG line, we will be happy to publish this and other technological elements in a supplement.

New Racial Technological Item

The following weapon is manufactured by catfolk technologists.
Lioness Lance
two-handed melee; Proficiency martial
Damage 1d8 piercing and 1d8 electricity; Critical x3
Capacity 8; Usage 1 charge/round; Special touch
Price 8,000 gp; Weight 11 lbs.


This longspear is fashioned from ultralight metal alloys and features an insulated grip, finger trigger, and conductive tip—similar to a stun baton but with a larger battery capacity. It also houses an intravenous injector unit in the grip which is activated by a secondary trigger. By activating the primary trigger as a swift action, the wielder can cause the tip of the longspear to charge up and crackle with electricity. On a successful melee attack, a lioness lance deals 1d8 points of electricity damage in addition to normal weapon damage, and the target must make a Fortitude save (DC = 15 + the damage dealt by the electrical charge) or be stunned for 1 round. The electricity damage and stun effect can also be delivered as a touch attack. Additionally, the lance can be loaded with a single potion which is injected into the wielder’s bloodstream when the secondary trigger is activated (also a swift action).


Requirements Craft Technological Arms and Armor, military lab; Craft DC 27; Cost 4,000 gp

New Racial Hybrid Item

The following item is made by catfolk spellcasters and technologists working in conjunction.
Divine Reservoir
Aura faint transmutation; CL 6th
Slot none; Price 2,250 gp; Weight 1 lb.


These magical batteries are created by catfolk tech riggers and blessed by priests of Sekhmet. Their design is based on recovered schematics and salvaged components found in the wreckage of great starships once piloted by Sekhmet’s followers (see “In Your Campaign” for more details on these ships and where they came from) and are frequently used by their temple guardians to enhance the power of a lioness lance. A divine reservoir functions as a normal battery, except that it can be recharged by any worshiper of Sekhmet by expending one daily use of channel positive energy per charge restored, up to a maximum of 10 charges. Charges restored to the battery in this manner impart an extra 2d6 points of bonus damage (as the divine power from flame strike) to attacks with any technological weapon powered by the divine reservoir.


Requirements Channel Smite, Craft Technological Item, align weapon, production lab, caster creator must worship Sekhmet; Craft DC 27; Cost 1,125 gp

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Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Catfolk is part of the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Compendium. Download the Book of Heroic Races: Advanced Compendium now at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, d20PFSRD, and

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Pathfinder and Traveller: New Print Books Available for Purchase

Jon Brazer Enterprises is committed to bring you our books in a fashion that you want to see them. That especially includes print. As such, we are making our newly released Book of Heroic Races: Seedlings available for Print from DriveThruRPG and This book, written by Marie Small is the first in our Book of Heroic Races series, giving players new balanced races they can play alongside a human, elf or other core book races. Seedlings are a plant-like humanoid race that possess a special connection to nature and the natural world around them. As always, you receive the PDF for free when you purchase one of our print books.

The d66 Compendium was our last Traveller title produced and it was available at your local game store for quite some time. Now print copies are becoming scarce so we want to make sure it is available for anyone that wants it in print. You can find it a DriveThruRPG or This book of names and ideas for your science-ficiton, far future role playing game is mostly system neutral and is easy for you to use in your home science-fiction game, regardless of the specific setting and system. Order this book today and get the PDF for free.

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Traveller: Arrr! There Be Piratey d66 Lists Over Yander!

Two new d66 lists are released today for your role playing games in the far future. The first is d66 Pirate Ship Names 2. Need more ship names of raiders, thieves, and dread pirates, this list have them all. Never let your encounters in deep space go without a properly fearsome name.

Up next we have d66 Pirate Bases. Every pirate needs a place to rest, refuel and sell off their ill-gotten goods. These places provide the names for bases and stations of adventure. Just remember to always keep your side arm fully loaded. Make your players seek out the pirate bases to get back stolen cargo and encounter a new worlds of adventure.

Find these and other d66 lists of names and ideas at DriveThruRPG and at

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Traveller: d66 Compendium’s First Review

The d66 Compendium got its first review in Freelance Traveller. Here an excerpt from it:

Jon Brazer Enterprises has taken a simple idea and turned it into a convenient tool for the rushed referee.
…for the referee who seeks to minimize the time pre-paring for an adventure, or who suddenly finds him-self at a loss for a name or an item of some sort, lists and compilations of lists like this can be quite useful.

To read the whole review, download the Freelance Traveller.
Order your copy of the d66 Compendium today!