Everyman Unchained: Eidolons
By Alexander Augunas and Carl Cramer
Call creatures to your summoner's side like never before with Everyman Unchained: Eidolons by Everyman Gaming, LLC! Everyman Unchained: Eidolons is packed with over 40 pages of all-new options for summoners looking to conjure the perfect companion for any adventure, and includes content such as:
- 12 pages of all-new evolutions based upon existing universal monster abilities as well as the unique powers and traits of certain monsters, such as advanced golem evolutions, fey magic, blood drain, and many more.
- 15 all-new subtypes for eidolons, including loyal foo creatures, destructive qlippoths, enlightned manasuptras, devious rakshasas, and many more!
- Rules that allow summoners to call eidolons of different creature types, including options that grant summoners access to eidolons of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game's most popular monsters.
- And much, much more!
With Everyman Gaming, innovation is never more than a page away!
Beyond the sheer expansion of option, this book reevaluates the identity of the eidolon and presents a thoroughly compelling take on the subject matter with flair and panache, while also retaining a sense of the DIY-aspect that proved to be one of the most compelling components of the original class. In other words – this is pretty much the best summoner book I know of for PFRPG, a must-own book. How good? Well, my players were pretty disillusioned with the unchained summoner’s restrictiveness. Since I presented this book, they actually want to play the class. I know that I could have gone into the nit and grit of the respective types – but ultimately, I think that would have done this pdf no justice. unlike the previous class-focused Everyman Unchained-books, this one simply is no “pick yours, forget rest”-offering that happens to contain your archetype, now working for PFU.
This should be considered to be the most concise eidolon-toolkit written for PFRPG so far…and frankly, this book is an excellent reason to rebuild your classic summoner with the unchained rules. With excellence like that, who would I be to complain about this book? My final verdict clocks in at a well-deserved 5 stars + seal of approval.