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A remastered version of FFVI is available for Android and iOS...
...Just in case you needed to know that. :P
Depictions of creatures contained within the System Reference Document are considered product identity, so they're not going to look exactly the same. Even referencing them by the names given in the System Reference Document can mean that we'd have to include the Open Gaming License in product packaging, so they're referred to as "Treachery Demon," "Death Demon" instead of what they're named in the SRD.
"Tanar'ri" and "baatezu" are both terms that Wizards of the Coast use and are not included in the System Reference Document, so we can't use them in OGL-based products (such as the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game).
Without getting into the nitty-gritty details of licensing and product identity, that's the gist of it—they're different because they have to be. :)
Ivan Rûski wrote:
I am reminded to put Whataburger on my list during my yearly pilgrimage.
Sad TOZ wrote:
You know you wanna play it again...Once more, with feeling!
Y'know, besides the obvious Iron Gods/OMG SPACE expectations, there may be quite a bit here for Final Fantasy/magitek fans too, eh?
Already on it, my good man. My "Magitek Factory" adventure from a PaizoCon of past is going to get some dusting off.
And to reiterate, these product announcements are *NOT* April Fool's jokes. I would not have stayed as late as I did last night to get them up on the site *before* today if that were the case. :D
Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Your ideas for Inner Sea Gods are intriguing to me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter. Can you tell us which domains are available to clerics of Neil deGrasse Tyson?
NdGT is a herald of Sagan. Sagan's domains are Darkness, Knowledge, Law, Travel, Void, and some of his holy texts include Cosmos and Pale Blue Dot.
Guy St-Amant wrote:
"The first principle, the Rule-of-Three, says simply that things tend to happen in threes. The principles which govern the planes are themselves subject to this rule."