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Magda Luckbender wrote:
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:
Thanks for clearing this up, Sean, despite no longer being on the company dole. I love the idea of the divine servitors.
What did they add or take away from the Pathfinder Chronicles Campaign Setting guide when releasing the Inner Sea World guide [Spoilers?]
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.
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?
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.
What is the relationship between Ouat and Pahmet? Are Ouat basically a subset of Pahmet, or what?
I'll work more on those PFWiki articles soon :)
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:
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.
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.
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:
Anyone know where I could find or if somebody could post GMG Settlement stats for the cities mentioned in that book? (I know Whitethrone's been done already, in case you guys were wondering.)
The only way the most recent "city statblock" version (using the rules of the Gamemastery Guide) would exist is if the cities had been used since the printing of GMG as the setting of an adventure (such as in a module or in an AP or even just a lowly PFS scenario).
So what's the answer, as far as I know? Nope, except for Whitethrone, which you have already mentioned. Why is that? I'm guessing the cities that were included in "Cities of Golarion" were included because there were no plans on using them in any upcoming adventures, i.e. they were included because Paizo knew that a module or AP would not detail them further in the near future.