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Ardad Lili wrote:
Actually, I do. I also want to see stats of your servants the Seduction Devils (aka the Lillims). :D
Milo v3 wrote:
TILL ALL ARE ONE! :P
Also, am I the only one who gets a kick out of the possibility of abominations making an appearance one day? I know Asuras are supposed to be the result of divine mistakes but an even larger mistake could be a god giving into lust and mating with an outsider resulting in the birth of a monster as powerful as a nascent demon lord, infernal duke, or daemonic harbinger! :D
The nupperibo and the eye of the deep both have the advantage of having appeared in the Adventure Path line, although the latter is beholder-y enough that Paizo might not want it simply out of a desire to distance their brand from iconic D&D creatures. ^_^
Maybe they could make them giant floating eyeballs capable of generating storms whose tendrils can burrow through skulls and turn humanoid beings into berserk slaves instead? :D
Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:
May the magnimarian burlesque parlor temples spread the word of the host of delectation! May the swan maiden high priests praise the name of spirit of abandon! :D
Hells yes! I wish they could do Espers too but considering each and every Esper was unique I doubt that would work. Also both ideas might piss off Squeenx. :(
Maybe the introduction of Wurms (not Linnorms but massive / long dragon serpents that have no wings, arms, or legs but crash through their terrain as they slither along at fantastic speeds)? Sorta like the Craw Wurm from Magic the Gathering?
Also, the Cheshire Cat would be cool as a Tane designed to spy, infiltrate, confuse, and ultimately defeat the enemies of the Eldest through intelligent (or possibly occult-based) methods.
What do you have against the Addams Family?!?!
LOL. I was trying to make a joke about you attempting to woo Kalindlara's heart with your Adams family wiles while I'm stuck single and alone. No worries though. ^_~
The Dread Pirate Hurley wrote:
[Raúl Juliá voice]For you, the day Bison beat you with a crowbar was the most important day of your life. But for me... it was
I thought we agreed to never speak of that movie again Hurley. ^_~
Okay, so...let's see now...(whips out daily planner)...so...go grocery shopping...get new tires for car...pick up birthday card and present for friend...
...pummel Rysky to within an inch of his life with a crowbar....
(kidding) ;) :D
My best friend (while slightly drunk): Aliens...hahaha...as if they could possibly exist.
Me:...oh, they EXIST ALRIGHT!
My best friend (still drunk):...sooo...little gray men then?
Me:...OHOHOHO...oh, you think aliens are little, oh Alan, your so funny. Nope, their not little. THEIR PLANET SIZED! To this day scientists pray like CRAZY that they never NOTICE US!
(the next day)
My best friend (now sober):...I'm going to stop talking to you while I drunk because HOLY HELL YOU GAVE ME NIGHTMARES LAST NIGHT!
James Jacobs wrote:
Hmmm...sooo...there's going to be five new Dragons and their going to be OUTER plane-based. Also I seem to remember seeing the words "virtuous" and "heavenly" in the book's description of the new dragons (although it could have just been my imagination). So, maybe Dragons based on Elysium, Heaven, Nirvana, the Boneyard, and Axis then?
Adam Smith wrote:
Whew, okay, good. For a second there I thought I really trounced on your campaign really badly. I still need to do something to fix this though.
(gets out wooden board)
REPENT! (SMACK) OW! BLOODY HELL!
REPENT! (SMACK) OW! I THINK I BROKE SOMETHING THAT TIME!
Cool but is there a reason you only had the NPC aid the party when a party member died? Were four PC's plus a PC-run-NPC deemed too much in terms of party power? Quinn's corruption definately sounds like the ghoulish kind. That's unfortunately one of the harder Corruptions to cure as there's no specific step-by-step rule process of ridding it from the victim (unless your GM would count fasting and an atonement spell enough). What worries me is he's eating normal food as if he's starving (and not eating people...yet). Kinda varies from the standard Ghoul Corruption there. Scary but I suppose that's the point eh? ;)
Do the four PC's have any allies in this adventure? Maybe a Sleepless Detective or cleric of Pharasma? Also, how exactly did they survive the Marsh Giant?
Introducing that level of risk takes gall and while (in the immortal words of Worf) "I like gall" I'm sure the party may have been miffed if it had resulted in a wipe out.
Ultimate NPC's: Detailing Lv. 1 - 20 NPC's from the other core classes as well as NPC's from the other core prestige classes.
Ultimate Prestige: Detailing all prestige classes introduced by Pathfinder and giving an example stat block for each one.
Ultimate Monsters: Detailing more monsters with heroic classes / prestige classes / and possibly even mythic ranks.
So, the "Sword Devil" archetype of the Ranger class gives up hunter's bond (or at least having an animal companion), favored enemy, favored terrain, and spellcasting.
In return, it can allow a PC to stay competitive without wearing armor (kinda useful for those nasty at night surprise attack raids or when your armor is sundered) and has a few other abilities we'll probably see later on.
Welp, only one word can describe this archetype: AWESOME! :D
So we're getting stats for Red Sonja as well as the Archetype she uses. I wonder, are we also getting stats for Conan, Tarzan, Jane Porter, John Carter, and Dejah Thoris? Also, will the Tarzan featured in this comic be the version from the latest movie (aka John Clayton III [aka Lord Greystoke]) or the one from the graphic novels?
I always liked the Ravenloft Nosferatu vampiric bloodline template (aka beautiful vampire noble with unique powers that can resurrect when it's remains are exposed to moonlight) so I thought, why not make something similar in Pathfinder. Only these are the original vampires cursed by Zura and can also transform into large, bat-like monsters (like Castlevania's Dracula).
As for the Loxonal, not so much a race as a type of celestial (aka Agathion) who despise fiends with a passion and love nothing better than to wade into the thick of fiendish armies and start crushing heads with their dual-wielded warhammers! :D
Don't get me wrong, I'm thrilled to have a Villain Codex. It's just that I'm still hoping to see another NPC Codex book come out after this that features Lv. 1 through Lv. 20 statblocked NPC"s of the following classes:
Alchemist, Antipaladin, Cavalier, Gunslinger, Inquisitor, Magus, Ninja, Oracle, Samurai, Summoner, Vigilante, Witch
I also wouldn't mind seeing Lv. 8, Lv. 12, and Lv. 16 stated NPC's of the following prestige classes:
Battle Herald, Holy Vindicator, Horizon Walker, Master Chymist, Master Spy, Nature Warden, Rage Prophet, Stalwart Defender
After that Paizo could then do a book featuring NPC's of the advanced classes and occult classes.
That doesn't mean it can't be done (as demonstrated by the upcoming Gears of Faith novel).
Exactly, what I am afraid is that it's going to be some hippie treehugger, not an omnicidal death machine...
Wait, by hippie treehugger do you mean that a lawful good alignment or paladin based abilities are required?
An omnicidal death machine is something that kills anything and everything indiscriminately and that's not what Ragathiel is about.
His portfolio says he's domains are chivalry, righteous vengeance, and holy warfare. In a nutshell his followers are the perfect candidates for Mendev's war against the Worldwound.
I think it might be a prestige class close to the Fist of Raziel prestige class (from D&D 3.5's Book of Exalted Deeds).
Thomas Seitz wrote:
Mmmm...bloodthirsty viking princesses...^_^
David knott 242 wrote:
Because Devils would probably enjoy leading the righteous and just down the path of Damnation and that road probably always starts with the excuse that an evil act was "for the greater good".