Trick-or-Treat: The Mummy

The final feature for our Trick-or-Treat sale for this year is The Mummy.

This class is unique in that you're largely unkillable: barring extraordinary measures you'll come back to life, you just might be missing pieces or possessions, or it could take you quite some time to recover. Your very touch is deadly to the living, but even if they keep their distance you can still impose a variety of curses upon them.

As you level up you can opt to lose limbs to negate attacks, transform into or vomit forth clouds of scouring sand, animate loyal retainers to serve you, transform patches of the ground into sand, learn information from the dead when you sleep, enhance your curse so that you can inflict blindness and deal more damage, and more.

There's also a number of alternate advanced moves, some new weapons, armor, magic items, and advice on reskinning the class to accommodate mummies from other races (like elves and dwarves), and even mummies from other environments (like peat bogs and frozen wastes). We also explain the mummy's need to eat and sleep, its curse, and elaborate on its implacable move.

Note: This sale will last until some time on the 1st of November. We've also reduced it's already discounted price in our All of the Playbooks and Monster Mash bundles.

The Monk is now available. It's a very flexible class, crammed with nearly thirty advanced moves (plus all the other extra content that we're known for), so we made another tweak to our character sheet layout in order to make it easier to remember what stance is active, and what it does.

Grave Goods is the latest magic item compilation in our 10+ Treasures line. If you want nearly 30 undead-themed magic items, some monsters, and advice on how to make your own, pick it up!

Lichfield is available for public consumption. If you want a concise adventure with a Silent Hill feel, be sure to check it out! Primordial Machine is also out, so if you want to catch a glimpse of A Sundered World, now's your chance! Finally, we've updated If These Stones Could Scream.

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