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  • Other Rules

    The following are house rules for the Drifting Sands campaign setting: h3. Combat * *Touch Attacks*: Touch armor class is increased by any spell or item that uses or has the [Force] descriptor in its name. _(For example, Shield and Mage Armor, as …

  • Prestige Classes

    The following Prestige Classes are allowed in the Drifting Sands campaign setting, with alterations listed if necessary. They are broken up into _Combat, Divine, Specialist, and Arcane_, with Combat being Prestige Classes that accentuate close- or ranged- …

  • Disclaimer

    Thank you for you interest in Drifting Sands; Drifting Souls, the first game of the Drifting Sands campaign setting. My name is Ryan Elliott, and I am the writer and designer of the setting (with help from a few people that have thrown out suggestions …

  • Alignment

    Alignment has always been a sticky subject in the D&D family of games. In the first few editions of Dungeons and Dragons, a character's alignment was a hard rule. A Lawful Good character would always obey any law and would always be good to people …

  • Classes

    h2. Allowed Classes The following classes are allowed in the Drifting Sands campaign setting. Any caveats to the class are indicated; this includes both Pathfinder and Pathfinder-compatible classes. The list is broken into Fighter, Spellcaster, …