Into The Breach: The Summoner

by Publishing Publishing



Tags: Archetypes BONUS Classes Fantasy Pathfinder 1e Pathfinder 1st Edition Summoner

Into The Breach: The Summoner

"Into the Breach" is a series intended to expand the options available to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game base classes (alchemist, cavalier, gunslinger, inquisitor, magus, oracle, summoner, and witch).

For this first release we chose to focus on the Summoner- a class some consider controversial. Within this 26 page book you'll find 6 new archetypes, 4 new evolutions, 3 new base forms, 10 new spells, 3 new summoner friendly prestige classes and a new alternate base class.

Dissociatist Archetype

By Frank Gori

For some summoners the eidolon represents a rebellion in an overly orderly mind. When extreme compartmentalization meets magical talent a dissociatist often is the result.

Eidolon Master Archetype

By Taylor Hubler

Unlike most summoners who have only one eidolon they can call upon, the eidolon master has many eidolons ready to serve them. These masters of many do so by forging pacts and bonds with multiple unique outsiders, but in doing so they lose the ability to summon less specific creatures as easily as other summoners do.

Elementalist Archetype

By Frank Gori

Elementalists forge a connection not only to an eidolon, but to the Elemental Planes themselves. This connection manifests as a wider array of spell-like abilities at the cost of the potency of the normal summon monster ability.

Paracosmist Archetype

By Scott Hall

A paracosmist focuses completely on the enhanced abilities of a single eidolon and gives up use of the Summon Monster spell-like ability.

Shadowcaster Archetype

By Keil Howell

Blending themselves with their eidolon, some summoners are a uniquely powerful force to be reckoned with. Shadowcasters replace their own shadow with an eidolon. Stealthy combat and assassinations feature prominently in the vocabulary of a shadowcaster.

Swarm Sculptor Archetype

By Frank Gori

A swarm sculptor is more of the specialist than a standard summoner, in that he focuses on using what others might regard as lesser beings to achieve his ends. While most summoners are arcane in nature the swarm sculptor instead utilizes divine energies similar to that of a druid.

Tribal Shaman Alternate Class

By Frank Gori

A tribal shaman bonds with natural spirits rather than an outsider. The shaman’s role is similar to that of a cleric’s within tribal societies.

Lyrical Summoner Prestige Class

By Frank Gori

Lyrical summoners have music so ingrained into their souls that it is expressed in their Eidolons which share their talents and passions. Together lyrical summoner and eidolon can create harmonies that a bard alone could not achieve.

Necrosummoner Prestige Class

By Frank Gori

Necrosummoners believe that the walking dead are an evolutionary step rather than abhorrent abominations. Rather than fighting for survival the living should focus on adapting to a form beyond death, and this carries into their summoning skills.

Primal Summoner Prestige Class

By Jeff Harris and Frank Gori

Some people think man is above beast, some think that beast is nobler than man, and then there are those that know man and beast are one and the same. The primal summoner knows this truth and draws power from it. Their bond to animals and other creatures lets them take on some of their very essence and share their own animal rage with them as well. Primal summoners don’t fear the beast, they call it kin, and they become it.

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