A set of accessories placed in a convenient box with dividers.
The kit contains:
– 6 sets of feathers
– 6 sets of shafts
– 16 locks on the plug
– 30 rings on shaft
Harrows Darts Service Kit
- The tough carry case comes fully loaded with 6 sets of Nylon Shafts, 6 sets of Flights, 16 Flight Savers and 30 Ring Grips, which are perfect as replacement for equipment damaged during play.
Pathfinder Campaign Cards: Deluxe Harrow Deck
- The symbols and legends of the Pathfinder Campaign Setting fill this 54-card, full-color set of oversized fortunetelling cards, making it an invaluable tool for including divination and mysticism in your Pathfinder Roleplaying Game adventures.
- Learn how to read the Harrow and include its powers in any Pathfinder RPG game with rule cards detailing spells, fortunetelling methods, and other insights into its use.
- With portentous art, patterned backing, and a larger size common to many real-world tarot decks, the Deluxe Harrow Deck straddles the lines between game supplement, storytelling set piece, and costume prop.
- However there’s not a whole lot of options to use them in PF right now.
- I used this to run “The harrowing” and it was a lot of fun, but prepare to do a LOT of prep work.
- The use of the deck in the actual adventure doesn’t leave much to the imagination.
- I fear they’re just going to sit on my shelf and not get used.
- If you do decide to get them, I highly recommend you get the harrow handbook to explain the lore and divination that goes along with it.
- That way you can have all the information you need to build a character that uses these in game.
- Trying to adapt a tarot deck or regular playing cards proved awkward, though.
- The official deck is well worth buying if you intend to use them in your campaign as a GM or as a player.
- This comes with a little pamphlet explaining the rules, like how to arrange the cards and what they mean, too, which is very handy!<
- You can generate character backgrounds and use them in game for flavor and spells.
- Perhaps I am just too used to the typical Rider-Waite form?<
- The cards are well made and the pictures are entertaining.
- I have the original set, these are larger and show off the art more effectively, but otherwise seem the same (which is a great thing).
- They were excited to jump right in to their first harrow reading, and see what could be learned from the oracle.
- Flimsy sorta cards but they are not meant to be used carelesly.
- They look and feel much more like Tarot cards, and the art is fantastic.
- The insert for the rules covers what you need mechanically.