Kobold Quarterly #21 takes on the theme of Divine Majesty, with a host of articles to take your campaign into the higher realms, or lower depths.
"The Shaman" introduces a new base class for Pathfinder RPG that gains powers and abilities by unlocking secrets about the natural and spirit worlds. "Daughters of Lilith" presents the ecology of the succubus, a lusty article indeed.
David "Zeb" Cook's article "It's a Mystery!" provides an antidote to generic fantasy religions using the secrets and traditions of the mystery cults that flourished in ancient times.
"Clerical Conflicts" makes the life of a cleric extremely interesting with soul-ripping demands made by his or her god—dilemmas such as Disillusioned Crusader, Chosen One, and even the Were-Angel!
TSR and Wizards of the Coast alum Steve Winter explores how GMs can build a compelling monotheistic campaign setting in his "Howling Tower" column, and "Divine Archetypes" gives players a way to make angelic heroes, holy traps, and celestial Fists of Fury.
This issue of Kobold Quarterly also features official Pathfinder Society content, robber knights and vile wizards, new Zobeck and Midgard articles, and alchemists, druids, illusions, and seers for AGE gamers — and a sultry pinup cover!
Here’s what lies within this issue’s 76 incense-redolent pages:
The Shaman (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
Daughters of Lilith (4E)
It's a Mystery
Clerical Conflicts (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
Divine Archetypes (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
A Background in Magic: 4 New Magic-Users (AGE)
Nine Treasures of Deep Midgard (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
Saints of Mavros (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
The Scriveners of Allain (4E)
White Tongue, Black Heart: Twisted Familiars (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
The Shadow Lodge Insurgency (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
Why No Monotheism?
Q&A with Bill Slavicsek
Ask the Kobold (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game)
Free City of Zobeck: Deadly Tolls and Honest Challenges
Thanks, Foghammer! And you should totally write a review, because sometimes it is encouraging to the writers, artists, and publishers to hear from the people who just love it. Totally up to you, but really, lack of objectivity can be ok.
(sorry, I missed this comment before, but it's such a great comment, I had to respond :)
I have a question regarding my subscription (which I recently renewed, choosing the print/PDF bundle). While I have received my email telling me the issue is available for download I haven't received my print copy. (Usually it isn't that long of a wait between my "download it" email and receiving my actual magazine) but it's been 2 weeks and I'm concerned that it has either been lost in the mail, or worse some little thief took it after it was delivered.
Is it possible to confirm whether or not it has been delivered (from your end of things I mean)?
I appreciated any help in figuring this out, I miss my KQ already. :)