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Generic Villain wrote:
F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Barbatos is... something else.

That's why I'm most interested in him. Appearance-wise he is sort of Lovecraftian, and his mysteriousness backs that up. His lawful nature and some of his interests... not so much. Definitely the most interesting of the bunch, if only because it's so obvious he doesn't belong. Oh, and his apparent humility is an awesome touch. No grand palace and robes of dripping gold and gems for this guy.

In fact, I just convinced myself to get the volume of Kobold Quarterly (#22) where Wes did a Barbatos writeup.

Excellent! I really enjoyed doing those articles for KQ and am enjoying the chance to do a few more for the APs coming down the road.

Despite appearance, I don't think of Barbatos as being Lovecraftian. He's ancient and mysterious, sure, but the roll and place of the Great Old Ones is distinctly different in the campaign. Also, I think it'd be a little obvious. (Here's a bad guy with a veiled past: SURPRISE! IT'S A CTHULHU.)

No. I've got other schemes for him. Something more... fecund. ;)

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This is the perfect place for these questions. Thank you for posting them where all readers can see them and not in other off-topic threads.

So, let's see here. Again, I'm not around my books so if anything I say here contradicts something in print, by all means, go with the established source.

Flynn Greywalker wrote:
1. Is there a Nosferatu Vampire court that opposes Lord Seirvage's court locally in Caliphas? Or are the more prevalent in Varno, Sinaria and Ardeal?

No. The nosferatu race is a dying vampire offshoot. Their numbers are small and decreasing and most have retired to private sanctums. At best, modern vampires look at them as a sources of ancient wisdom and old magic. At worse, they're seen as dangerous or amusing relics. Regardless, it is up to each individual nosferatu to establish his relevance or obsolescence.

Flynn Greywalker wrote:
2. When General Seirvage defected from Tar Baphon at the end of The Shining Crusade, how many Moroi vampire nobles left with him to Caiphas?

Ooof. Um. Not hundreds or thousands. While The Whispering Tyrant's legions might have had thousand of spawn, the number of true vampires was much lower (no vampire really WANTS more vampires around). So, a good number of close allies and relatives, probably no more than a couple dozen.

As a blatant side plug, Pathfinder Tales: Bloodbound deals extensively with Siervage's family and challenges to his rule. So that might be up your alley come December.

Flynn Greywalker wrote:
3. How does Doctor Low's Tong cooperate with the vampires or is there a treaty there?

I doubt there's much interaction at all. Maybe a few vampires disguised as humans or agents of vampires have employed the criminals, but nothing formal.

Flynn Greywalker wrote:
4. How many Moroi nobles are left in Caliphas at the time of the AP?

Oh. Uh. An exceptionally plot-convenient number that's probably fewer than 75.

Flynn Greywalker wrote:
5. Are there Drow or Duergar vampires in Caliphas?

Probably not that are affiliated with Siervage's crew.

Flynn Greywalker wrote:
6. How does Mother Thestia and her branch of the church view Lord Seirvage?

They, like most of Caliphas, are certainly not aware that there's a major population of vampires active (and, to a degree, sanctioned) in Caliphas. They'd be the first group to try and rally opposition and eventual strikes into the Old City beneath Caliphas. The resulting bloodshed would be... significant. Fortunately, there are accords in place, a truce the Royal Accusers in part uphold.

I think there's a novel on this topic coming out in December.

Flynn Greywalker wrote:
Is there an uneasy peace treaty or does she want him eradicated?

The Pharasmins would NOT brook peace with the undead.

Flynn Greywalker wrote:
Is our favorite Iconic Half Orc Inquisitor part of Mother Thestia's Cathedral?

No, she's from Lepidstadt. Her home cathedral is Gravecharge, not Maiden's Choir.

Flynn Greywalker wrote:
7. Is Mother Thestia part of the Esotaric Order?

Probably not. She's got a much older and larger organization at her back.

Hope that helps!

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Evil Midnight Lurker wrote:
Okay, you've finally convinced me that Tabris deserved a fair piece of what happened to him. :)

I don't know. I'm kind of on the line. I think dude got a raw deal. I think he did what he had to do in exceptional circumstances. I also think he sure did get the job done. But I know his story isn't over yet. ;)

Evil Midnight Lurker wrote:
(text search for Alichino) Hmm... not all that much on the Jester Prince himself, but plenty on his servants. Tease.

:D

Evil Midnight Lurker wrote:
...The thing I'd really like to know about malebranche is whether or not they're normally physically present on their assigned world, or monitoring it from Hell, or what.

Usually physically present. That's the case for the majority in Golarion's solar system, at least.

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Samy wrote:
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Axial wrote:
It's posts like these thing make me wonder if Paizo has a huge planar hardcover (...) on the drawing board.
We lease our drawing boards from Boeing.
So your drawing boards are full of...planes? I see what you did there.

O_O

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Zhangar wrote:


Further complicating the lower planar hierarchies are the following:

The Dukes of Hell - advanced Pit Fiends with unique powers. Unsure if we have any example ones in print.

The Paragons of Abaddon - advanced olethrodaemons that directly serve the Four Horsemen and have expanded powers based on their patrons.

THe Lords of the Abyss - advanced Balors with unique powers, the most famous of which may be Khorramzadeh, the Storm King.

The Dukes, the Paragons, and the Lords are not demigods, but hold similar positions and power to nascent demon lords, malebranches/nascent infernal duckes, and the Harbingers.

(Khorramzadeh's explicitly killed some nascent demon lords, even.)

If your PCs are still alive YOU ARE JUST NOT TRYING.

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RuyanVe wrote:

I definitely see no writers block for Mr. Schneider--keep 'em coming! *grins*

Ruyan.

PS: Sheesh, if I only could tell my boss posting in (on?) a message board is a key part of my job description *smiles*

Pffh, by the time you're done with Hell's Rebels and Hell's Vengeance, you might think otherwise. I've got A LOT on the way. ;)

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Axial wrote:

It's posts like these thing make me wonder if Paizo has a huge planar hardcover in the works.

EDIT: or at least on the drawing board.

We lease our drawing boards from Boeing.

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MMCJawa wrote:
I kind of actually wouldn't mind if some of the Daemon Harbingers were CR 25+. Daemons lack the rigid hierarchy of devils, but that doesn't make them entirely a race of backstabbers. And some Harbingers could certainly operate outside of the Horsemen, representing powerful individuals with their own much more limited domains, or Harbingers that just don't play well with others.

I think this is totally viable. The planes are all about different philosophies, ideals, and ways of doing things. It makes sense to me that each group of planar residents would have distinct, but largely equal, methods of rule, social structures, and amounts of power at their disposal.

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Nate Z wrote:
Wait, I'm confused now. How does the Infernal Hierarchy go now? And can & cannot be stated up?

Here's a general list, from lowest to highest:

Stray souls
Petitioners
Mindless devils (like lemures)
Lesser Devils (like imps and barbazu)
Greater Devils (like gelugons, cornugons, pit fiends)
Malebranche (Typically Generals of Material Planar conquest - Demigod)
Infernal Dukes (Typically Rulers of Infernal Demesnes - Demigod)
Archdevil (Ruler of a Layer of Hell; Adviser to Asmodeus - Demigod)
Asmodeus (Ruler of Hell - Deity)

Largely outside of this infernal hierarchy:
Whore Queens (Ancient sages of Hell, Allies of Asmodeus - Demigod)
Asura Ranas
Other divine residents of Hell
Other allies of Hell

Other:
As of yet undefined nuances serving as perfect ground for an entire book on Hell.

What this has precluded, I'm not sure. Nothing I'm currently aware of.

As for statistics for these characters, many will fall into specific level bands (just as demon lords do), but that hasn't been published for devils yet. Until we have a product that requires it, we'll keep things flexible. For your own games though, feel free to work things however makes sense for you.

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Generic Villain wrote:
MMCJawa wrote:
Lotharct may have never been a really good baseline. He is after all on the run from Hell and thus presumably should have lost a bit of power compared to a duke who is still in favor.
Be that as it may, it still screws up the Archdevil/Infernal Duke, Demon Lord/Nascent Demon Lord, Horseman/Harbinger dichotomy.

I don't know where we ever said Archdevil/Infernal Duke = Demon Lord/Nascent Demon Lord = Horseman/Harbinger.

That has certainly never been my perception. Especially since there are three classes of divine-spell-granting deities in Hell—not to mention Asmodeus.

As for the "nascent" class of demigods in general. I'd posit that every variety of outsider demigod has a nacent variety—suggesting that there are Nascent Eldest, Nascent Ushers, Nascent Empyreal Lords, etc. These would be fantastically powerful beings on the cusp of deityhood. I don't know why that would be unique to demons. I do, however, know that we've explored demonkind in FAR more depth than any other outsider race, so it doesn't surprise me that some of the other outsider races remain somewhat mysterious.

But don't worry. We've got plans for much, much more down the road here and all the secrets are far from on the table.

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Seriously nicely done.

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Lord Gadigan wrote:
As an aside, I think it's awesome that the various Haunt-alternatives are starting to pour in. I love Haunts (and think their presence adds a fair bit of flavor to the game), so the Manifestations here (and from Wes's KQ articles on Barbatos/Dispater) and the Loci Spirits in Occult Adventures are an addition that pleases me.

Cool! Glad you're digging them!

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MMCJawa wrote:
I wonder, if infernal dukes are CR 25+, are the archdevils like Mammon and co now considered CR +30 in power? i.e. unstattable?

No, the time for that just hasn't come yet.

The infernal dukes are no different from demon lords. The nuance in hierarchy between infernal dukes, archdevils, whore queens, and malebranche doesn't necessarily have to manifest in CR ratings. Some will be strong. Some will be VERY strong.

Getting into the specifics of who's what and when at this point needlessly hinders future possibilities. So for now, feel free to suppose and stat up these characters however best works for your game. :)

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Fergurg wrote:

"That Gen Con is so dedicated to fostering one big welcoming gamer community" as long as you think the right thoughts.

Most of the vocal supporters of Gen Con's statement outright said that they wanted to drive out those who don't support "marriage equality". So you'll have to excuse my cynicism whenever someone wants to compel someone else into performing a business transaction by threat of force (which all laws ultimately are) and calls that "inclusiveness".

"Driving out" anyone seems very much against the intention of the convention and its message.

I can't speak for everyone who supported the convention's call, but Adrian Swartout's own letter to the Gen Con community goes so far as to say that they support and welcome all attendees. Which is fantastic, and something I sincerely hope no one sees as a threat.

However, if you feel differently and would like a wider forum, I'd encourage you to come to this Gen Con's Queer as a Three-Sided Die panel, which is very much open to everyone—members of the LGBTQ community, allies, and all others who'd like to learn more about their fellow gamers.

I think you'll find it an open, well-reasoned crowd that's hard not to love. :)

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Well put, Judy! Be awesome to one another. :)

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Axial wrote:

"Unholy manifestations of powerful devils and deities, allowing the denizens of Hell to exert their will upon the mortal world."

I wonder what that means.

What, are there going to be avatars of Asmodeus and all the archdevils!?

I just talked about this book a bit on my personal site—mostly teasers (if you're into that sort of thing).

We've got a more in-depth preview planned for the blog closer to this product's release.

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Berselius wrote:
Are you not allowed to comment on her official class / stats?

I could, but I'd rather hype this product closer to its release.

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Berselius wrote:
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I answer both of those questions with helpful visual aides (and a bit of a preview) right over here.
Doesn't your "answer" to the Dryad question go against Pathfinder canon when it comes to the Dryad species? I might be wrong but I don't recall ANY MENTION of "male" Dryads in any Pathfinder supplement. From what I'm aware they've pretty much been universally portrayed as female (and personally I don't see anything wrong with that).

I wouldn't worry about that too much. The tiefling write-up says nothing about numerous bloodlines with specific abilities. The Bestiary's description of hags says nothing about changelings. The word "psychopomp" doesn't even appear in the first Pathfinder Campaign Setting hardcover. Our canon will always be an expanding, evolving thing. I hope no one expects us to say all that's to be said about anything in the first word, paragraph, article, or book about at topic.

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Kevin Mack wrote:
Maybe ive missed something but is a male succubus not an incubus by default?

If you think gender is tricky for the living, just wait until you reach the planes.

(And if you like this guy, keep an eye out for the male dryad character in Pathfinder Origins #5!)

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The girtablilu are so hardcore in this, you would not believe.

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Qstor wrote:
I was hoping for more fey too.

REJOICE! You will get more of the thing you like! :D

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Kalindlara wrote:
In related stories, a Tumblr post from the devs that kind of explains the art. ^_^

Good eye, Kalindlara. I never sneak any teases in there or compile spoilers I find. ;)

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Dragon78 wrote:

Considering I do not like psychopomps, I have no interest in the Sahkil, like this game needs another evil outsider group. Now those Manasaputra guys sound interesting, we could use another good outsider group though CN, LN, and N(non-psychopomps) outsiders are so unloved.

Any info you can give about this book that nobody has asked yet?

Yes, but that feels soooo much like cheating.

Turns out the closed door Paizocon Art Preview was full of good stuff. I think that seminar's going to be a must-see for spoiler addicts next year!

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Kalindlara wrote:
I do find it interesting that the sakhil are appearing right around the same time as an AP article on Mahathallah, fallen psychopomp. ^_^

Another good catch by Kalindlara.

Almost like there's going to be connections.

Almost like I'm working on both. ;)

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Joe Hex wrote:
Really glad to hear about a playable "Dark Folk" race. I'm honestly surprised we haven't got one before now. (I did make my own with the Advanced Race Guide, but the more the merrier!)

Right? I've kind of adopted this race in the last year or two and have a few schemes.

Schemes a half-breed is important too.

Schemes that probably exceed a single monster write-up's word count in scope.

But that's for later...

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Myth Lord wrote:
Are the Sahkil all from mythology? or made up entirely?

Somewhere in between. Adam Daigle's done his homework on these guys, but we're also both pretty twisted.

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Axial wrote:
At the Future of Paizo pane a race of corrupted NE psychopomps were mentioned. Are they pro or anti undead?

There will be plenty more details on the sahkil down the road.

Adam Daigle and I have put a lot of thought into these guys and rest assured, they're going to be twisted.

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Dragon78 wrote:
Can you say how many 0HD races are in this book?

We certainly could. ;)

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Adam Daigle wrote:

Turns out he's already written both before you ever heard this announcement.

And rocked them both.

Rah!

Yet another instance where I need a tiny pennant to wave.

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captain yesterday wrote:
Is Wes writing one of the adventures?

Yup!

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Barachiel Shina wrote:

Hmm...not really fond of a huge Alien theme. Robots I could use. Mythic monsters are fine as long as they don't overload this book. I thought we got that back in Bestiary 4?

Also not caring about the new "occult monsters" in this, as I have no interest in Occult Adventures. I thought that was the purpose of the Occult Bestiary?

I would not say the book has either an aliens "theme," per say.

There are aliens, there are occult monsters, there are even mythic monsters, but I wouldn't say their presence overshadows the book's goal: present a @#$%-ton of cool new monsters! :)

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Dragon78 wrote:
They have said they might reprint monsters from the Inner Sea Bestiary when it sold out/no longer in print. But that could be a while from now maybe B6 or B7.

As there seems to be a lot of speculation about this, yes, Bestiary 5 WILL include a small number of creatures from Inner Sea Bestiary.

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Gorbacz wrote:
You can never, ever, ever have too many bestiaries.

True Facts.

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nighttree wrote:
PLAYABLE DARKFOLK ? YYYEEEEEESSSSSssssssssssss

Exactly my sentiment, that's why I wrote them. ;)

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Lord Gadigan wrote:
I spotted that in another thread it looks like there's going to be a 0HD Darkfolk and a 0HD Sasquatch-type.

Yes.

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Matthew Morris wrote:
Joe Wells wrote:
I wonder if there will be overlap with Occult Bestiary.

I doubt Overlap, but I'm pretty sure our old friends the caller in darkness, brain mole, and thought eater will be using mechanics from Occult adventures hardcover.

(Since Paizo had to re-invent the psionic wheel :P)

This will also mean that several old psionic standbys have been reinvented.

For example, "brain mole" is now a term for a TERRIFYING new band of creatures.

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Joe Wells wrote:
I wonder if there will be overlap with Occult Bestiary.

There will not be.

The Occult Bestiary will present psychic versions of existing monsters and new occult monsters from Golarion.

This will present other occult/psychic monsters.

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Dragon78 wrote:
Well the leshy are plant creatures and I am sure we will get more then that.

We previewed the ADORABLE lotus leshy at Paizocon.

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Marco Massoudi wrote:

Is the "caller in darkness" a lovecraftian creature?

Also i would be very interested if more Demon Lords, Great Old Ones and an Archdevil or 2 are included.

Personally i like the inclusion of robots.

I'll do my best to answer with a few things I know we already spoiled at Paizocon.

* The caller in darkness is a 3.5 beastie

* There are NOT any more demon lords, great oldies, etc. There are, however, a great many mythic and high CR monsters.

* Yay, robots.

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James Sutter wrote:

Cover art is final but text treatment on it is not.

And for folks wondering, this is one of the best novels we've published in the line. And I'm not just saying that because Wes works here—he really busted his ass making this book the best it can be, and it shows. As editor, I'm really proud of it, and can't wait for everyone to get their Ustalav and vampire fix. :)

By contrast, Editrix Sutter is an absolute nightmare. The paper-cut lashes and bitter taste of writer medicine will forever scar.

I will never write the way I once did.

(/compliment)

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John Kretzer wrote:
David Neilson wrote:
I think it is how she is holding her sword, makes it look a mite awkward.

Actually I think it has more to do with the fact that the main character looks more like a man to me. Now that could be just a bad art...or it could be that the character is transgender.

So now I am curious as to which it is. The first can be ignored...the second would be interesting.

Absolutely love this cover. This is the second time Lucas Graciano has made one of my books look good and I couldn't be happier!

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Gorbacz wrote:
Albatoonoe wrote:
Also, for anyone that doesn't follow Wes on tumblr, he mentioned queer vampires. WOOO!
Are they going to glitter? And will one of them be named Tum Cirry?

Thank you for your years of devoted service, Gorbacz. We're sorry we need to part ways on these terms. -_-

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graywulfe wrote:

I love knowing the references, but this one is lost on me. What is it referencing/homaging?

Everything you've been missing: My Neighbor Totoro

Enjoy, and live a fuller life.

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Yessss.

I thought you all might like this. :D

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Hey Mark, remind me: If we ever do another Bestiary (don't know why we would, but if), lets look into doing PF-branded handkerchiefs at the same time.

So froth. Much foam.

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Love this new series, Liz.

GREAT addition!

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Easily the best campaign I've ever been a part of. Thanks for the thousandth time to James for being the world's best GM.

In the end, though, I'm just glad we didn't have to fight Velmarius. Styrian got quite attached to his little collection of enchantment undoing tchotchkes.

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Steve Geddes wrote:
I've always been confused on the difference between developers and designers.

Don't be.

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Feros wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
Arachnofiend wrote:
So the question is, if we're having an old lady iconic in Occult Adventures, who's it gonna be? I'd put my money on it being either the Spiritualist or the Psychic. IIRC we've already been told the kineticist will be a woman, but I think fragile, aching bones would be rather counter to the class's flavor and mechanics.

While I don't believe we have revealed the genders of any of the unrevealed iconics, it is worth noting our policy for gendered pronouns in class descriptions...

As he stirs up speculation...mwahahaha

*goes to playtest document*

*scans each class for gender identifiers*

*comes up with list*

Kineticist—she—female
Medium—he—male
Mesmerist—he—male
Occultist—he—male
Psychic—she—female
Spiritualist—she—female

We already have the sketches of the occultist and the psychic, so either the kineticist or spiritualist could be an elderly female character.

Cagey.

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Erik Mona wrote:
Garrett Guillotte wrote:

If Paizo keeps hiring Boston lodgers, it'll probably get a Dunks.

Oh man... is that the plan? Is Harsk going to switch from tea to regulah cawfey? Aroden wasn't dead, he just hadn't had his Spicy Smoked Sausage Breakfast Sandwich(TM) yet? Merisiel gets new orange-and-purple armor and says "time to stab the donuts" as she dual-wields french toast sticks? Life-sized cardboard cutouts of Erik Mona in the window of every Dunks saying "Looks like you FOUND THE PATH to an UNCHAINED breakfast"?

Oh god oh god where will it end~

Seriously tho, congrats!

It's funny you say that. When I lived in Boston on Boylston St. we had a Dunkin Donuts on the first floor of our building. :)

Just looked in my kitchen... it's already too late.

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