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They'll Find a Way... Illustration by Hugo Solis and Michael Jaecks ... They'll Find a Way Tuesday, November 24, 2009Cave raptors are sated; it's time to blog! ... Better writers than I have pointed out that the best thing about working for Paizo is the fans, but it bears repeating: Paizo fans are awesome. And even though the work of a production goblin can be grueling (can you believe I have to be into work by 10 A.M. and only get two nap breaks?!), seeing some of the stuff our fans create just makes me want...
Tags: Community Hugo Solis Michael Jaecks PaizoCon Pathfinder Adventure Path
Snagged from the Vault: Pathfinder RPG Bestiary... Snagged from the Vault: Pathfinder RPG Bestiary Monday, July 20, 2009Work continues frantically as we put the final touches on the Pathfinder RPG Bestiary. In anticipation of the light at the end of this beastly tunnel, here's a host of new divine creatures preparing to come to your PCs' aid in just a few short weeks! ... Art by Michael JaecksArt by Alex Schim ... Art by Andrew HouArt by Kieran Yanner F. Wesley Schneider ... Managing Editor ...
Tags: Aasimar Alex Schim Andrew Hou Archons Azata Kieran Yanner Michael Jaecks Monsters Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Snagged From the Vault Unicorns
Snagged from the Vault: Pathfinder RPG Bestiary... Snagged from the Vault: Pathfinder RPG Bestiary Monday, June 29, 2009While the denizens of the Pit have been slavishly wrangling hundreds upon hundreds of beasts both fascinating and foul, we've managed to slip in and liberate a particularly interesting few. Now behold! We bring to you, our faithful readers, the terrible visages of four terrifying creatures, taken directly from the pages of the fabled Pathfinders' Bestiary that nears completion deep in the Vault of the Golem. Some of...
Tags: Andrew Hou Animals Dark Folk Eric Lofgren Kieran Yanner Medusas Michael Jaecks Monsters Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Plants Snagged From the Vault
Snagged from the Vault: Dungeon Denizens Revisited... Snagged from the Vault: Dungeon Denizens Revisited March 23, 2009Though the golem has grown ever craftier and his traps ever more insidious, my colleague and I managed to distract him just long enough to swipe a quick preview of the upcoming Pathfinder Chronicles product, Dungeon Denizens Revisited, illustrated here by Michael Jaecks... ... Vadid and Nahk ... Preview Purloiners ... Mimics are asexual, and reproduce via spores. When a mimic controls enough food and territory, it undergoes...
Tags: Michael Jaecks Mimics Monsters Snagged From the Vault
It's About To Hit The Fan,
Why is undead considered evil?,
The 5th sentence of page 55...,
>>Ask *Diego Valdez* anything here!<<,
Where is this art from?,
Bestiary 7 Wishes List.,
Who is your favourite god or goddess and why ?,
Swords and Super-Science: Numeria Sandbox PBP Discussion,
GM Sloth's Legacy of Fire - Gameplay,
[PFS] 5-22 Scars of the Third Crusade by GM Upaynao,
Recruiting for Hell's Rebels - sing a Song of Silver!,
Haven's Cross Introduction,
[PFS] Granta's Campaign - Gameplay,
Rise of the Runelords Redux: Recruitment,
GM Rednal's Northlands Saga Complete Discussion,
Gamemaster Zimovat Vyetyer's - Reign of Winter,
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