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Pathfinder Chronicles: Dungeon Denizens Revisited (OGL)

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Adventurers have been battling these creatures for more than 30 years—weird monsters born and bred to destroy heroes. You recognize them on sight: bulettes, cloakers, gelatinous cubes, mimics, otyughs, owlbears, purple worms, ropers, rust monsters, and shambling mounds. Some were created by the experiments of mad wizards, made to guard lonely towers. Others live exclusively in sewers and dungeons, products of niche evolution amid humanity’s forgotten filth. All are fodder for the blades and spells of adventurers. But there’s more to each of these beasts than meets the eye.

Within this 64-page book is detailed information on the motivations, tactics, ecology, and history of these classic monsters, all reimagined for the Pathfinder Chronicles campaign setting while staying true to their roots as iconic elements of the game. Learn about rare and deadly variant creatures, and the best ways of separating them from their treasure. Buy customized equipment for hunting them, and learn new magic using pieces from their strange corpses. All your old enemies are here, and they’re just as monstrous as you remember!

By Sean K Reynolds, Joshua J. Frost, Rob McCreary, Jason Bulmahn, Richard Pett, Greg A. Vaughan, Nicolas Logue, James Sutter, Jason Nelson, Clinton Boomer

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-172-5

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Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I so need this book like yesterday!

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

I wonder what the other three are...

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Oh man, this is going to be so great! Gelatenous Cubes?!? Otyugh?!? Rust monsters?!? Owlbears?!?, Ropers?!?

The only way this could be any cooler is if you include Cloakers...

Scarab Sages

OWLBEARS??? that alone makes me want this book, but it also has rust monsters! this is on my must have list for next season.

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

Normally the monsters mentioned in the blurb on the product page all fall under the no-way-in-hell-am-I-including-this-in-my-game category but having read Classic Monsters Revisited, I'm actually pretty excited about this book. Should be interesting to see what goodies the folks at Paizo can come up with.

Sovereign Court

I can only hope they finally provide the method by which a "mad wizard" can create an Owlbear.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
cappadocius wrote:
I can only hope they finally provide the method by which a "mad wizard" can create an Owlbear.

I always assumed you started with a dozen alcohol-infused giant rats, a big hunger female owl, and an old blind bear...


DitheringFool wrote:
cappadocius wrote:
I can only hope they finally provide the method by which a "mad wizard" can create an Owlbear.
I always assumed you started with a dozen alcohol-infused giant rats, a big hunger female owl, and an old blind bear...

I'm presuming the owlbear's creation might well be tied into Lamashtu... but I kinda like the bear, owl and boozerat scenario ;)

Either way this sounds an awesome book.

Sovereign Court

Black Dow wrote:
DitheringFool wrote:
cappadocius wrote:
I can only hope they finally provide the method by which a "mad wizard" can create an Owlbear.
I always assumed you started with a dozen alcohol-infused giant rats, a big hunger female owl, and an old blind bear...

I'm presuming the owlbear's creation might well be tied into Lamashtu... but I kinda like the bear, owl and boozerat scenario ;)

I fail to see why the two scenarios have to be mutually exclusive. :D

Liberty's Edge

Another gem from the chronicles line! SWEET!
I'll second the notion that it would be nice if we could get this yesterday! Bwahahaha!

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion Subscriber

I hope Nic Logue wrote the gelatinous cube part. I mean ... c'mon, Gelatinous Mountain Massacre: The Cubes Have Eyes.

Sovereign Court

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Black Dow wrote:
I'm presuming the owlbear's creation might well be tied into Lamashtu... but I kinda like the bear, owl and boozerat scenario ;)

boozerat - I like it!


I already want a copy.


DitheringFool wrote:
Black Dow wrote:
I'm presuming the owlbear's creation might well be tied into Lamashtu... but I kinda like the bear, owl and boozerat scenario ;)
boozerat - I like it!

Yep - think there might be a opening for a supplement here...

Alcoholic Animals & Beverage Beasts: Distilled

Scarab Sages

cappadocius wrote:
I can only hope they finally provide the method by which a "mad wizard" can create an Owlbear.

"Children, you can't just put an owl and a bear together and expect them to make sweet, sweet love. You've got to set the mood!"


Lurker Above!

smurftastic.


Given the PF Bestiary coming out in July 2009 IIRC with 250+ monsters, I wonder if these are included in it (in a shorter form) or if they were left out of the Bestairy and put in this seperate book?


R_Chance wrote:
Given the PF Bestiary coming out in July 2009 IIRC with 250+ monsters, I wonder if these are included in it (in a shorter form) or if they were left out of the Bestairy and put in this seperate book?

Since this comes out in May, the monsters in Dungeon Denizens Revisited will probably have statistics in The Pathfinder Bestiary... maybe statistics will also be in the softcover like Classic Monsters Revisited had stats (personally I'd prefer not to see stats here... I'd rather see another page of description for each monster than a reprint of statistics that I already have, especially if there will be an updated version of the same monster 2 months later).

The Exchange

kessukoofah wrote:
OWLBEARS??? that alone makes me want this book

Really?

I mean sure, if somone can make this critter intresting, It's paizo... but it's a bear with wings that can't fly. it's not even stronger than a real bear. Owelbears are ridiculus monsters.

Scarab Sages

Lord Snow wrote:
kessukoofah wrote:
OWLBEARS??? that alone makes me want this book

Really?

I mean sure, if somone can make this critter intresting, It's paizo... but it's a bear with wings that can't fly. it's not even stronger than a real bear. Owelbears are ridiculus monsters.

Ridiculous, yes. But for some reason my group has an obsession with them that has extended to me in part. To the point where we now have an ancient civilization of wizards far more powerful then the current ones who left behind the owlbears as keepers and preservers of knowledge and built monuments to them. Also, they are far more powerful, statwise mostly in intelligence, in our setting and the majority of them have a level in barbarian, wizard/sorceror or cleric.

And yes, I recognize the futility of wanting a book about fluff when we have our own that is clearly differant then the product I want. but that didn't stop me from getting the first one and enjoying the article on hobgoblins (A race that isn't even in our setting as far as we know yet).

The Exchange

kessukoofah wrote:
Lord Snow wrote:
kessukoofah wrote:
OWLBEARS??? that alone makes me want this book

Really?

I mean sure, if somone can make this critter intresting, It's paizo... but it's a bear with wings that can't fly. it's not even stronger than a real bear. Owelbears are ridiculus monsters.

Ridiculous, yes. But for some reason my group has an obsession with them that has extended to me in part. To the point where we now have an ancient civilization of wizards far more powerful then the current ones who left behind the owlbears as keepers and preservers of knowledge and built monuments to them. Also, they are far more powerful, statwise mostly in intelligence, in our setting and the majority of them have a level in barbarian, wizard/sorceror or cleric.

oh, so you weren't actually talking about owlbears, more something like ancient creatures of power that has nearly nothing to do with the original race except physical apperance...

Scarab Sages

Lord Snow wrote:
oh, so you weren't actually talking about owlbears, more something like ancient creatures of power that has nearly nothing to do with the original race except physical apperance...

Nono, my group is just as obsessed with the originals, which is why they have become awesome in our latest world. My brother actually asked me to design a world where owlbears, straight out of ther SRD, are the central race instead of humans. the only reason I didn't is because, well, to be honest I didn't know how to go about it.

but ya. the group (and I) actually really love them despite there being better choices for monsters and ones that make more sense. one player in an old campaign went so far as to raise a baby owlbear.

so ya. when I see a product that's about owlbears (or 10% about them), I get excited about it.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

So I'm checking out some of the pathfinder things when I click on Pathfinder Chronicles: Dungeon Denizens Revisited. So after I'm done reading the description my eyes wander down to the first posts about this product. Like this one:

Patrick Curtin wrote:
I so need this book like yesterday!

Should we be afraid?


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Insert maniacal evil DM laugh here

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Just realized I posted that to the wrong thread. was going to delete but Patrick has already replied. oh well.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I never pass up the chance to laugh maniacally. :P

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Who let all these freaky monkeys in here?

The Exchange

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

Owl-monkeys!! Or maybe monkey-bears!?

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I was GM'ing this weekend (D1- K. King) and the G-Cube had a TPK as the characters could not kill it in time and ended up getting slurped up by the killer G-Cube.....It was great...err...I mean it was bad...very bad...

I can blame Nick...right?

Dark Archive

I'm looking forward to this book as well. As I read that the Mimic would be included, my initial reaction was "meh!", but then I thought how it might turn out, if reworked in a cool way! The basic concept is cool, but it was always executed in poor and silly ways. So, I'm now looking forward to especially this one!

The Exchange RPG Superstar 2009 Top 4

I alway describe the mimic as a T-1000 type monster, not the silly cartoon woody-wood picker version that comes to mind right away. I think that most pictures of the mimic don't help get away from that cartoon image that naturally comes to mind either. It's a treaty monster to draw without that comical edge to it.

Scarab Sages

Ravenmantle wrote:
Normally the monsters mentioned in the blurb on the product page all fall under the no-way-in-hell-am-I-including-this-in-my-game category but having read Classic Monsters Revisited, I'm actually pretty excited about this book. Should be interesting to see what goodies the folks at Paizo can come up with.

Ditto!

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

I've updated the cover image and product description to match the finished product.


Are these monsters going to be in the The Pathfinder Bestiary Hardcover too?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Fatman Feedbag wrote:
Are these monsters going to be in the The Pathfinder Bestiary Hardcover too?

Yes, but those entries will be a page of two of MM-style rules writeup; these entries are much longer, and less rules-centric and more encyclopedic in nature.

Paizo Employee Developer

Vic Wertz wrote:
I've updated the cover image and product description to match the finished product.

Keep it up, Vic. That's three today. More please!!!


Vic Wertz wrote:
Fatman Feedbag wrote:
Are these monsters going to be in the The Pathfinder Bestiary Hardcover too?
Yes, but those entries will be a page of two of MM-style rules writeup; these entries are much longer, and less rules-centric and more encyclopedic in nature.

Very cool!

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

yoda8myhead wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
I've updated the cover image and product description to match the finished product.
Keep it up, Vic. That's three today. More please!!!

Sorry... that's all Sarah sent me.


Well, I must say, I do like the title of this product. It certainly has a nice ring to it. ;-]

In all seriousness, this is the kind of product that makes me sometimes wish I still played and designed for 3.5E. It looks great.

BD

Paizo Employee Developer

Blackdirge wrote:
In all seriousness, this is the kind of product that makes me sometimes wish I still played and designed for 3.5E. It looks great.

Some things are still within your control.


Wow! May release date! Just proof that Paizo listens to the fan base. Although Vic said (in "Classic Monsters Revisited" product topic) that the aforementioned book will not be reprinted for quite a while due to all avaliable printing resources gearing up for the PFRGP Alpha release this summer, we have this to look forward to. New material too! Look at the list of contributers. Never again will I be scared off of a product by the words "Paizo staff".

Will definately snap this up in print form, my gamestore will not allow PDFs of print products (including those purchased from e-bay) to be used in store for gaming :-(


I have to honestly say that the cover alone has me interested in buying this book. If the insides are half as cool as the front, I'll be one happy gamer.

Sovereign Court

...another PAIZO home run! I cannot wait for this one. Way to go.
-Pax-

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

I've only read 2 of the monsters in the book so far (shambling mound and gelatinous cube) and skimmed the mimic, but they are cool beans!

Dark Archive

This Revisited series thing seems to be doing extremely well.. Keep up the good job Paizo!

Dark Archive

Jason Nelson wrote:
I've only read 2 of the monsters in the book so far (shambling mound and gelatinous cube) and skimmed the mimic, but they are cool beans!

Yeah, I can't wait for this one... I'm going to include a mimic in my next session's adventure, so maybe you could give us some spoilers? Even small ones? ;)


Jason Nelson wrote:
I've only read 2 of the monsters in the book so far (shambling mound and gelatinous cube) and skimmed the mimic, but they are cool beans!

Cool beans? We are not beans! We are OOZE!

Edit your post immediately or be absorbed.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

The Ooze Imperium wrote:
Jason Nelson wrote:
I've only read 2 of the monsters in the book so far (shambling mound and gelatinous cube) and skimmed the mimic, but they are cool beans!

Cool beans? We are not beans! We are OOZE!

Edit your post immediately or be absorbed.

NOM NOM NOM!!! glorp

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

Okay, using the sloppy and woefully inaccurate form of prognostication that I have been for all my previous orders(ie: predicting exact release dates according to .pdf release dates), could this be ready to ship next week?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Mikaze wrote:
Okay, using the sloppy and woefully inaccurate form of prognostication that I have been for all my previous orders(ie: predicting exact release dates according to .pdf release dates), could this be ready to ship next week?

We're about due for a status update for the printer, but I'd say the first week of June seems more likely.

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