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Here's some tastes of the articles and columns in issue #4:
The Summer Temple
The Summer Temple is a short adventure for four 1st- 3rd level PCs designed specifically for good-aligned parties which includes a cleric or paladin, but can fit most adventuring groups with little to no alterations. The Summer Temple can be easily inserted into any campaign setting and works best as a side quest on a longer journey.
Midgard Icons: Emperor of the Ghouls
'Rejoice, meat: you will have the honor of feeding our royal person.'
The Kobold Press crew stops by and shares a villain for those 13th Age players.
What's Happening in Your Kingdom?
Jason Nelson of Legendary Games gives you a preview of their newest book, Ultimate Rulership. These rules are 100% compatible with (and written by the same writer of) the Kingdom Building rules from Ultimate Campaign!
Explore the Basics of Pact Magic
Radiance House is here to explain what Pact Magic is and why your character should be using it.
The Optimal Path: Treesinger Druid
The Rain Dancer
Daron Woodson from Abandoned Arts brings you an all new druid archetype called the Rain Dancer!
Alex Riggs from Necromancers of the Northwest has made some fun and useful summer themed magic spells that every mage should know.
Symbiotic plants granting you ultimate power to destroy the world!!! Ok... that's not ENTIRELY true, but they are really neat.
Frank Gori has some ancient fey ready to ambush your players featuring the somewhat inaccurately-named thorn spider, the riot puff bush with its oh-so-tasty-looking blooms, the mushroom-like trufflings and the frighteningly mobile dagger leaf!
Your Whispering Homunculus: 100 Obscure Professionals
Another great Kobold Press feature from the legendary Richard Pett.
Behind the Spells: Continual Flame
Bret Boyd from Tricky Owlbear Publishing brings his classic series to OGM!
The Good, The Bad, The Henchmen
More Memorable NPC's for the busy GM by regular d20pfsrd.com site contributor Matt Medeiros.