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There's also the orcs of the Wingripper tribe of the city of Wyvernsting. They ride and train wyverns, which are sort of like dragons.


Very minor, P.328 again.

In Yog-Sothoth's entry the Darkness and Chaos domain are in reverse alphabetical order.


Again P. 328

Verex has Chaos as both a domain and a subdomain. He must really like chaos!


I suggest you read the PathfinderWiki Article on the subject. It's the best compilation of information on the subject. I should know, I wrote most of it myself.


What is written on p. 5 of "Seekers of Secrets" is all that is known of that oath, as far as I know.


Just caught another:

P. 328

The orc god of slavery, Lanishra, is listed as having the Leadership domain. Leadership is a subdomain. The other domains/subdomains seem to be in order.


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Magda Luckbender wrote:
Dark Immortal wrote:
While on the topic, anyone have the link to the list of which deities encompass which sub domains. I found it once and have since not been able to. The best I found was one for minor deities and emoyreal lords (useful but I need core deities sub domain access).
Here you go: Which Deities emcompass which subdomains.

Note that I won't be done with adding all the new subdomains from Inner Sea Gods for a few days. I'm most of the way through, however.


I think it would depend on which AP you were playing. If you are playing Reign of Winter, I would suggest Desna, as most of the native clerics who oppose the witches in Irrisen are Desnan. For Iron Gods, I'm not sure. As Voltron64 suggested, Iomedae is a good bet, as she probably the most militant anti-evil goddess.


Sean K Reynolds wrote:
PFWiki Scribe wrote:

p. 313

The sarcovalts are described in the text as being "horse-sized" and "enormous", but are listed in the stat block as "Tiny". Which is it?

They're Tiny. I don't know why the read-aloud text says "horse-sized" (perhaps I meant "housecat-sized").

The word "enormous" in the main description means "enormous as compared to a normal housefly." Because it's Tiny.

Thanks for clearing this up, Sean, despite no longer being on the company dole. I love the idea of the divine servitors.


P. 298

The Arcanotheign seems to be missing his "extraplanar" subtype. It is, after all, a native of the Maelstrom, and that's pretty extraplanar.


p. 313
The sarcovalts are described in the text as being "horse-sized" and "enormous", but are listed in the stat block as "Tiny". Which is it?


I would also add the Pathfinder Wiki to your list. Although it can obviously not be as good as having each of these individual publications, it helps track down sources on a subject that you might be unfamiliar with, or fill in some gaps if you are missing a few of them.


p. 322
The empyreal lord Damerrich's name seems to be misspelled. It should have one em and two ars.


p. 286

The Grim White Stag is missing the "herald" subtype.


Lord Lupus the Grey wrote:

Subj.

I want to begin a campaign for evil characters in Geb, but they are living creatures. How is it to live like a living creature in Geb? Can they or not?

Thanks!

PFWiki article on Geb's Society


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And FYI, Osirion is the country. OsiriAn is a thing or person from Osirion.


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According to "Racing to Ruin" p. 68 (and also mentioned on p. 11 of "Faiths of Balance", and p. 18 of "Gods & Magic" for those with this older book), Gozreh's priests have a high rate of celibacy, as they wholly devote themselves to their master/mistress.


FYI, the Orcus article on PFWiki is complete as of today.


The only canon mention of the Leaden Cathedral is on p. 67 of "The Infernal Syndrome"; a specific location is not listed.


Off the top of my head, the Darklight Sisterhood and the timing of when the first gunpowder weapons were invented. The Darklight Sisterhood was excised completely. In the Campaign Setting the Gunworks (the main manufacturer of firearms) was founded in 1903 AR, but in the ISWG this was moved up to 4620 AR.

I'm sure there are many other things, but I can't think of them right now.


Perhaps the White Grotto?


You can also check out the PathfinderWiki


And you could always check out the PathfinderWiki:

Numeria

Silver Mount

Technic League


Nawtyit wrote:
Or maybe The Harbingers of Fate?

Nawtvit, thou linkest to the site that shall not be named (and isn't updated substantively anymore).

In the future, thou wouldst find the truest truth at PathfinderWiki.com


Was just looking at Heart of the Jungle today when I realized that the information on p. 28 about "Regions Farther South" mentions that the Kaliasso Jungle is south of Sargava and borders the sea to the west. Looking at the more recent Inner Sea Poster Map Folio, I see that this now seems to be called the Jungle of Hungry Trees. Are they one and the same?


Don't forget Green Blood on a Black Rock in the Shackles.


Guess what PathfinderWiki articles got edited while watching the game?

One Track Mind


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I call it being a PathfinderWiki editor :)


Found something very minor:

The sorting in the "other languages" section on p. 251 is slightly off. "Gnoll" is sorted in the wrong place.


It is never mentioned if Queen Domina Arabasti had a husband, although she did move from Cheliax to Korvosa with her son as an adult, so she was probably already a widow then.


Fourteen noble families are noted in the wiki, and believe me, that's all that have been mentioned so far in canon literature. If you need more, why not just make up a few?


The books you've already mentioned are really the only sources on your topics of interest. Other books make passing references to them, but add nothing substantive. As for future adventures set in Katapesh, who knows? I have heard nothing on the grape vine, but then again I am not as close to that vine as others.


Quandary wrote:
What is the relationship between Ouat and Pahmet? Are Ouat basically a subset of Pahmet, or what?

The Ouat are an order of monks dedicated to Irori and Nethys. Their members are predominantly Pahmet dwarves, but include other races as well. Pahmet is the name of northern Garund's dwarven culture.

I'll work more on those PFWiki articles soon :)


Albus wrote:
Anything about the countdown clocks or the dominion of the black in the book?

Yes, there is brief mention of them in relation to the Slave Trenches of Hakotep.


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The one that immediately jumped to mind is not a full god, but an empyreal lord: Vildeis, also known as the Cardinal Martyr.


There were a number of small easter eggs like the one you found that were included in the Campaign Setting and the other early books. Most were edited out in subsequent books (such as the Inner Sea World Guide) once they were discovered. One that comes to mind is the Slohr.


Sounds like a useful trick, Joe.


I'm still using this and it's still very useful when doing research. Has anyone else joined me on this bandwagon?


Lycanthropes have been greatly expanded upon in Golarion canon recently with the publication of "Blood of the Moon".

Here's the article I wrote on the PathfinderWiki on lycanthropes (needs a bit more updating): LYCANTHROPE


Reis wrote:
shortest thread evar?

Until the next typo is caught.


... and the PathfinderWiki has now been updated. Thanks, Mr. Mona!

Goroth Lodge
Ghorus


Slightly off-topic, the only Campaign Setting pronunciation guide I know of is on pp. 246-247 of the old Campaign Setting hardcover book. Of course neither of the words discussed in this thread are in there :P


Just noticed this:

Doctor Archisa Aparna is listed on p. 16 as being Vudrani, but on p. 11 of The Dead Heart of Xin she is Varisian. Judging from her Indian-type name, I'm guessing that the AP got it wrong.


Starglim wrote:
PFWiki Scribe wrote:
Karui Kage wrote:
PFWiki Scribe wrote:
Am busy checking off everything from your list to make sure it's been included in the Wiki. One thing that I have a question about is your entry for "Ghol-Gan". I've only ever seen it referring to the ancient cyclopes civilization, never their language. What is your reference?
You can probably cross that one off as a worry, unless you guys want to include stuff that appears to have been 'updated'. The only instance of Ghol-Gan as a language is from the original Gholdako in Isles of the Shackles (page 49). The latest version, from Bestiary 4, replaces this with Giant.
Either that, or it was changed in Bestiary 4 because it's a "setting-neutral" source. But I think you are right, I think it was a typo, although I'll keep my eyes open for further instances.
In setting it probably should be Cyclops.

Yup! The Inner Sea World Guide is generally my go-to reference in the Pathfinder Campaign Setting. Looks like there's a bit of confusion as to what the proper language of the ancient cyclopes should be.

And just as an FYI, the Kasatha (as of right now) have not been mentioned in a Campaign Setting source, only in the Advanced Race Guide and Bestiary 4.


Karui Kage wrote:
PFWiki Scribe wrote:
Am busy checking off everything from your list to make sure it's been included in the Wiki. One thing that I have a question about is your entry for "Ghol-Gan". I've only ever seen it referring to the ancient cyclopes civilization, never their language. What is your reference?
You can probably cross that one off as a worry, unless you guys want to include stuff that appears to have been 'updated'. The only instance of Ghol-Gan as a language is from the original Gholdako in Isles of the Shackles (page 49). The latest version, from Bestiary 4, replaces this with Giant.

Either that, or it was changed in Bestiary 4 because it's a "setting-neutral" source. But I think you are right, I think it was a typo, although I'll keep my eyes open for further instances.


Am busy checking off everything from your list to make sure it's been included in the Wiki. One thing that I have a question about is your entry for "Ghol-Gan". I've only ever seen it referring to the ancient cyclopes civilization, never their language. What is your reference?


Karui Kage wrote:
Excellent set of links :) I make use of all of those for my home games. I'll have to adjust my site to start hot-linking a lot of those languages from the Archives to the Wiki. I already do that for Deities and some Nations (in the Background Generator) but that's about it.

Thanks! Glad to know our work is of use to others. It's a constant work in progress, so if you see something, please feel free to let us know here or on the Wiki.


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Great work, Karui Kage!

For descriptions of most of these languages, you can also check out PathfinderWiki's various pages on languages spoken in the Pathfinder Campaign Setting:

Human Languages of Golarion
Nonhuman Languages of Golarion
Dead Languages of Golarion
Darklands Languages
Languages of the Great Beyond


Been a while, but ...

P. 266 of the ISWG states that Citadel Dinyar is located near the "headwaters of the River Iseld", but the Inner Sea Poster Map Folio shows this to be the "River Keld". Hmmm.


James Jacobs wrote:
Abraham spalding wrote:
James if you don't mind how about Ruzel?
Ruzel: Devil, Murder, Undead, Trickery

Erm, Trickery is a domain, not a subdomain. Do you mean Thievery?

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