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So this is maybe a weird question but will some monsters that were introduced in pathfinder 1st edition not be part of pathfinder second edition, what I mean is will they no longer be in the campaign setting?


James Jacobs wrote:
Bunch of Grapes wrote:
Just wondering which iconics will be showing up in this adventure path. The inquisitor showed up on the cover of #3, any idea which others will be used??

The primary heroes of this Adventure Path are the Swashbuckler, the Witch, the Oracle, and the Medium. Some of the following will have cameos: Rogue, Cleric, Fighter, Sorcerer.

(We haven't yet revealed any of the actual final covers for this Adventure Path yet.)

Is this the first time that more than four iconics have appeared in an adventure path?


This should have been updated by now


Could anyone give me any idea of how much it will change? Will it be like dungeons and dragons 5th edition or will it be something like how pathfinder first edition is similar to dungeons and dragons 3.5?


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So my usually question, does anyone know who the iconics are for this?:)


Who is the fourth iconic? I know Valeros is one of them.


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So I guess from reading all this, a part of the world of pathfinder will be permanently changed?


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Adam Daigle wrote:
Nick O'Connell wrote:
do you think you can give us the name of one of the iconics for ruins of Azlant?
I went very "classic" early-Pathfinder on this one for iconics, so you can expect a Core Rulebook selection as far as classes go. That was one of my criteria for this Adventure Path. To reveal one of the iconics, I'll go ahead and say that Valeros is one of the four iconics for the Ruins of Azlant AP. The backstory for the driving element of the campaign starts in Andoran, and since Valeros is from there, he seemed like a solid choice.

OK thank you :)


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do you think you can give us the name of one of the iconics for ruins of Azlant?


Which monsters are mythic?


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Could someone make a list of the monsters by types and subtypes?


Shouldn't this be updated already?


This is the first bestiary opener that shows more than one creature, right?


Skeld, PDF Prophet wrote:
Nick O'Connell wrote:
Skeld, PDF Prophet wrote:
Kevin Mack wrote:
How is the iconic/character art in this one?

** spoiler omitted **

-Skeld

When you say pieces do you mean the half page artwork in the adventures?

Yes, I was speaking to the pieces of interior art with Iconics. I think they were all half-pagers.

-Skeld

I'm just a little confused when you say that

Spoiler:
there is not much iconic art, do you mean the pieces in the adventure section or just for all the artwork in general?

Skeld, PDF Prophet wrote:
Kevin Mack wrote:
How is the iconic/character art in this one?

** spoiler omitted **

-Skeld

When you say pieces do you mean the half page artwork in the adventures?


Could you give us a hint of who the iconics for ruins of Azlant are, if it's not too early?


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They said that the fourth iconic is Feiya


What are the new monsters?


Can anyone tell me more about the thrushmoor angler?


How come there haven't been any announcements for any new pathfinder campaign setting books or pathfinder modules for awhile??


I know that all the Chaosium creatures in Strange Aeons and Carrion Crown's " Wake of the watcher" can only be in those bestiaries, But does that mean they can't be in any other adventures, except the ones whose bestiaries they are in?


Thomas Seitz wrote:

Too bad we can't Dark Young and Dimensional Shambler again...

But still! I look forward to seeing what we do get regardless in this adventure.

So does that mean that the creatures licensed by Chaosium won't appear in any other adventures?


Does that mean that there are eidolons that are of the aberration type, or they just have unique apperences and abilities?


I just want to know, will all the rest of the strange aeons bestiary openers have great old ones in them too?


Marco Massoudi wrote:
Nick O'Connell wrote:
Marco Massoudi wrote:
Nick O'Connell wrote:
So hastur is really an outer God, not a great old one?
No, an Abberation of the creature group known as the Great Old Ones.
Yeah but isn't that creature just an avatar of Hastur?

Some scholars believe that the creature known as Hastur, the King in Yellow, is just the physical manifestation of an Outer God.

The rules say it's a CR 29 Abberation.

Alright thanks


Marco Massoudi wrote:
Nick O'Connell wrote:
So hastur is really an outer God, not a great old one?
No, an Abberation of the creature group known as the Great Old Ones.

Yeah but isn't that creature just an avatar of Hastur?


So hastur is really an outer God, not a great old one?


I Have two questions why again is the summoner have to be unchained for Pathfinder society? And is what is Damiel's alignment? Because in Masters of the fallen fortress it says he is chaotic neutral but here it says he's neutral.


Anyone know what the new monsters are in this?


Who are the authors for Iron fang invasion?


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Malwing wrote:
Nick O'Connell wrote:
I wanted to know if it's in the official future of the pathfinder universe:|

The answer is yes and no.

Or the answer is that it's as much as Golarion's official future as a universe with time travel will allow. Also this is a future with a huge non-linear gap in time lost that happened across the multiverse so the galaxy could be in the matrix, technically in the past, in another dimension or in the dream of a water-soccer player for all we know.

The question doesn't have a definite answer in context so you're never going to get one.

That's okay because this answer satisfies me enough:)


I wanted to know if it's in the official future of the pathfinder universe:|


Samy wrote:
Well then you gotta ask yourself what do you actually want/mean out of it being "canon"? You already know it's going to be a "possible future". That means it will never be stated with absolute certainty to be *the* future of Golarion. It also most likely means that they won't go out of their way in Pathfinder to make it impossible for the setting of Starfinder to come to be. Do you mean will they ever reference the Starfinder events in Pathfinder? Why or how would they, given that it's far, far in the future. So, by asking whether it is canon, what are you actually asking?

I guess I just want a confirmed answer


Samy wrote:

Depends. For what? For Marvel Comics? No. For Pathfinder? Debatable. Is "Days of Future Past" canon for X-Men, because it's a "possible future"? Some would say yes, some no.

For Starfinder? Absolutely. By definition the setting that it lays out in its official core rulebook will be canon.

For pathfinder is what I meant


It says "but far in a possible future" so does that mean the setting won't be canon?


Does anyone know the names of the adventures in iron fang invasion are?


Anyone got the titles of the adventures yet?


Will there be a great old one in each of the bestiaries?


David knott 242 wrote:
Nick O'Connell wrote:
What are the new monsters?

Eaisge (a medium aquatic undead)

and

Mamiwa (a tiny air/water elemental creature usable as an improved familiar)

Thanks


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What are the new monsters?


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So this is the first adventure path with all human iconics.


donato wrote:
It's the standard iconics.

Thank you.


In the bestiary opener artwork, does it still show regular iconics, or does it show the evil iconics with one of the new monsters?


What are the rest of the new Monsters?


mikeawmids wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
So, what are the monsters in this one?

Let me see, there's a small fey bug woman (Calpina), an alien dream stealer (Ikelos), a really cool Iron Rhinoceros and a magnetic golem.

EDIT: Oh, and some sort of magma tadpole thing.

Is one of those the herald of Zursvaatar?


What are the monster in this ?


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Thank you once again you our always reliable;) also I'm glad Lem comes back finally.


Who are the iconics?


In hell's vengeance since you play evil characters does that mean it will show evil versions of the iconics? Or the iconics turning evil toward the end of the ap?


Personally,I prefer just core races as iconics.

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