Cole Deschain wrote:
I was under the impression that while the fine folks at Paizo do know and have a concrete answer for what happened to Aroden, they're never going to spill the beans...
Which I'm more than okay with.
In the end, that would be sad. I remember that article in the last Dragon Mag, where some D&D mysteries were revealed. In the end, nobody really did care anymore about them... Fun to read, yes, but didn't matter anymore.I really would love to hear Arodens secret story, while I am still playing on Golarion...
I agree. Mysteries are only interesting when they're solvable; otherwise; players never get invested in them.
There are still so many regions of the Inner Sea, despite multiple campaign book releases, that are little more than a blurb description in my head. And 'Distant Shore' really drove home that, even after all of this time, I don't know enough about most of Golarion to use it. I mean, I use it for the AP's but that's it. Too many holes in the setting (on my end) to use it for anything else.