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Keep One Eye Open, There's Monsters Out There!

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

In a few weeks time, a new tome of monsters begins making its way to game and book stores, and into the hands of GMs! Until then, take a look at the amazingly wicked cover illustrated by Wayne Reynolds for Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 6 and stay tuned for previews, starting next week!

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WOW!

It Finally Happened! The Cover is AMAZING! Daemons, Demons and Devils, I have no words to describe how astonishing this cover is!

Silver Crusade

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OH SWEET F%@* YES.


So who's the goat guy? The flaming sword is confusing me. :(


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Brimorak?


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So very, very metal.


Ah...thanks RAdeMorris. :)


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I have to say that I was a little attached to the "Grim Reaper wearing a hat" appearance of the Boatman, but this bearded version is surely awesome... Now he is "dressed" to represent death by old age.

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Knew y'all would enjoy that. :)


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Looking very good. Work well with Book of the Damned hardcover.

Sovereign Court

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The cover alone makes me want this book. \M/


Wow, uh, okay, a bit fiendish but I guess that's what we're dealing with when it comes to CR 25+ power houses like the Horsemen and the Archdevils.

Dark Archive

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So I have to say: I can't ever get over that brimoraks are small sized :D

I mean, it makes it hilarious how they look intimidating until you remember they are size of halflings xD I mean they are still strong mind you(its sad that small and smaller sized high cr foes are non existant...), but still : D


Berselius,

CR 26+ power houses, as all other demigods ;)

Now I'm curious about the BotD cover. Indeed, this one is more than fitting.


Duncan7291 wrote:
Looking very good. Work well with Book of the Damned hardcover.

Funny you should say that... ;)

Silver Crusade

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Needs more Ronnie James Dio.


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But with "Book of the Damned" coming out this fall doesn't that make this cover a little redundant? I'm not saying it's not a great cover and reminds me of half of my 80s LP collection, but I hope the final cover of BotD is a *little* different, at least.


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The cover for the Book of the Damned could well be the actual cover for THE Book of the Damned!


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Cool, previews next week.


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This may just be me, but does the third head on Charon's boat look like Rasputin's to anyone else? I guess Charon wanted to make sure that the Mad Monk would stay dead THIS time.


Damn, Mephistopheles is looking buff. <3

Dark Archive

*Speechless from the awesomeness*


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Hmmm... I think the headline I would have used is "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Fight Them." You can always use it for Beastiary 7. :-)


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That would work if there were beasts on the cover but since it is all fiends it doesn't.

Silver Crusade

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Dragon78 wrote:
That would work if there were beasts on the cover but since it is all fiends it doesn't.

Mephistopheles is one hell beast of a hunky lover.

Brimorak has a bestial head.

Charon rows like a beast.


Landon Winkler wrote:
So very, very metal.

That describes Pathfinder in general: D&D, but metal.


What day will the previews be posted?

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I know Paizo and Chaosium worked together to at least some degree on the Cthulhu kickstarter a while back. Were these three monsters taken into account in both books?

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