I know free stuff is usually Youseph’s topic but I discovered this website this week and I’m thrilled. As you doubtlessly know I’m a Pathfinder RPG fan and have run a weekly game for the past year. Even if I don’t play D&D 4th edition I can tell you many things I liked about the game, one of them was the ability, with the DDI, of printing power cards. I’ve wanted something similar for spells for Pathfinder for a while now. I know there are commercially available sets in RPGNow but I was reluctant to spend money on them, some of the samples did not impress me.
Imagine my surprise when I discovered theGM.org and the handy dandy Perram’s Spellbook! This is a free application that allows you to create and print spellcards for the Pathfinder RPG, including the Advanced Players Guide and some other Paizo books! You can even create custom cards…
I love this web application! Kudos to Jefferson Jay Thacker, aka Perram, for this! Go over and check it out, it is well worth it.
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