The first class up for this year's Trick-or-Treat sale is The Rakshasa. For the next five days, you can pick it up over on DriveThruRPG at 35% off.
As with The Ghoul, The Mummy, The Vampire, The Oni, and The Golem, this class more closely adheres to its mythological roots: you don't have a tiger head (at least not by default) or backwards facing palms, and blessed crossbow bolts aren't going to be more effective than any other weapon (or any other holy weapon, if you take Demon Skin).
Instead you have powerful claws, can turn invisible, use illusions to change your form, and fly. As you level up, you can choose to become a more powerful warrior or specialize in your abilities, or learn a few new tricks (or grow a few new heads and arms).
This product contains four separate pdf files. Two are digest-sized, 20 page pdfs that includes:
- The Rakshasa, a complete class with 22 advanced moves: give your illusions substance, draw strength from the flesh of your enemies, instantly appear by your companions in times of need, gird yourself in heavier armor, use your flight to smash into your foes, and more.
- Additional advanced moves, for if you want to focus even more on magic and/or illusions.
- New weapons (like the chakram and katar), mirror armor, dungeon gear, and a new magic item.
- A director's cut that provides an explanation for some of the moves, and even some questions to ask yourself when rolling up a rakshasa.
One is B&W, the other in color, so if you want to print it out you can save on ink.
The other two are 2-page, letter-sized character sheets for you to print out and actually use at the table. It features a new layout that provides more room for gear and alternate moves than the "official" Dungeon World character sheets.
Of course if you want the gear already on there, the second character sheet has that.
A Sundered World: Player Fragments, the first supplement for A Sundered World, is finally out!
If you're looking for a class that lets you play almost any were-thing you want (plus a bunch of related extra content), then check out The Therianthrope. There's also The Dragon, a class that lets you play almost any dragon-ish thing you could think of.
By fan demand, we've mashed all of our 10+ Treasure volumes into one big magic item book, making it cheaper and more convenient to buy in print (which you can now do).nt to buy in print (which you can now do).