PF2 Lumen: An Undead Pathfinder 2E Ancestry

It's a new edition for Pathfinder—and our 14th article in this new run of TRAILseeker, the weekly e-zine where we publish Pathfinder-compatible material thanks to the support of our lovely Patreons!

As we move towards the creepiest night of the year, what better than to celebrate with an undead ancestry? If you want to play a character that's not quite alive, Jeff Gomez' Lumen ancestry may be right up your alley. If you're curious about it, you can find the article here, with color art by Guilherme Sommermeyer.

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Rhianni32

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The majority are good. A few are meh but I attribute that more to the rules being new causing unique format issues (traits and keywords).

I particularly liked the last two. Ancestory Mounts was great. Some feats and some new ancestory flavored mounts. 4 pages was a good amount for this.

The Fey Town (my apologies for forgetting the name I don't have it at the moment) was also great. It gave a couple rituals, I believe a few backgrounds, and some flavor of what this town is about. 4 pages was far too short for this topic however its reasonable for the price point and being a weekly production.
 

Felipe_Real

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Been subscribed (patreoned?) to these since day 1.
The majority are good. A few are meh but I attribute that more to the rules being new causing unique format issues (traits and keywords).

I particularly liked the last two. Ancestory Mounts was great. Some feats and some new ancestory flavored mounts. 4 pages was a good amount for this.

The Fey Town (my apologies for forgetting the name I don't have it at the moment) was also great. It gave a couple rituals, I believe a few backgrounds, and some flavor of what this town is about. 4 pages was far too short for this topic however its reasonable for the price point and being a weekly production.
Thank you! It's great to read that you're finding our content enjoyable and (hopefully) useful at your table ;)
 

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