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Pathfinder Player Companion: Champions of Purity

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Greatest Good!

You don’t have to be a holy warrior to be a true hero. Join in the fight against evil and be a paragon of righteousness as a character of any class with Pathfinder Player Companion: Champions of Purity. Arm yourself with a host of new options specifically designed for good-aligned characters—like new fighting techniques striking the balance between capture and execution, life-fostering magic, rules for the redemption of evil characters, and morally challenging alignment-changing alchemy. With new insights into what it means to play good-aligned hardliners and how to get paid for being a good guy, deal with evil companions, redeem villains, and handle all those goblin babies, this book will change the way you think about playing honorable characters. Also, learn more about some of the greatest do-gooders and virtuous organizations on Golarion—with a focus on nonreligious groups, since the fight between good and evil doesn’t have to unfold entirely in the arena of faith. Join the ranks of the just with Pathfinder Player Companion: Champions of Purity! Inside this book, you’ll find:

  • Detailed discussion on what it means to play a character of each of the three good alignments, including ideas for character generation and specific challenges of these alignments.
  • A look into good-aligned races, good-aligned homelands, and good-aligned organizations for your character, as well as some of the challenges of being good and what happens when good characters come from bad places.
  • A method for redeeming evil characters who your adventuring party encounters during the campaign.
  • New good-based feats, magical weapons and gear, rage powers, rogue talents, subdomains, and more!

This Pathfinder Player Companion is intended for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, but can easily be incorporated into any fantasy world.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-511-2

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Approx. 100 days left.

After tonight's session, want this even more now.

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I would say more then a 100 days left since the books useally come out mid to late time frame in the month.


Bardess wrote:
+1 for mid-level celestials (maybe this is the right moment to pathfinderize 2E's Agathinons)

Sadly, Ursinals, Lupinals, etc, are WOTC property, and I don't know how pathfinder could alter them enough to not infringe. It's sad too, when I created a character for PFS I wanted to recreate my 2E character who was raised by an Ursinal, but I had to substitute a androsphinx. It's just not the same.

Grand Lodge

So... price is going up?

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THIS blog post from Nov 2 explains the price increase for some of the product lines.

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Manuelexar wrote:
So... price is going up?

Mona had a blog post about it. The margins have been getting smaller for awhile and they have yet to increase price. Honestly I'm surprised they hadn't been raised before.

*Ninja'd

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Approx. 90 days left.

Noticed that with the bumpback, it's no longer going to be hitting simultaneously with Chronicles of the Righteous.

On the downside, the two books that complete each other wo't be released together.

On the upside, it's going to draw out the sweetness that much longer. :)

Still chomping at the bit to grab both of these books!

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You and me both mate. I'm more excited about 2013 than I've been about any other Paizo year.

Sovereign Court

Goblin babies eh? What happens in Riddleport stays in Riddleport.


Goblins don't have babies, they just have tiny goblins.

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looks at the coming releases in the queue

Hope this one can hang onto the March spot, even if it means doubling up with the Dungeoneering book! :)

Approx. 60-70? days left!

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RELEASING NEXT MONT-d'oh!

So close, yet so far away.[/longingeyes]

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Updated product with final cover image and description!

Also, Seelah on the cover! *squee*

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Badass! Smite trails are going to be standard for my paladins from now on. Also, are those lemures?

"Rage powers"
:D :D :D

has been very excited about this book, even moreso now

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Good aligned rage powers, rouge talents, and subdomains!

Hopefully sorcerers will get some love.

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Liz Courts wrote:

Updated product with final cover image and description!

Also, Seelah on the cover! *squee*

And where are the authors' names, young lady? :) It's one of the few Paizo credits I have.

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Christina Stiles wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:

Updated product with final cover image and description!

Also, Seelah on the cover! *squee*

And where are the authors' names, young lady? :) It's one of the few Paizo credits I have.

Pre-emptive "Thank You" for the contents of this book! :)


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Oh. My. God.

Page 2 of this thread starts off with the most terrible, anti-Champion of Good discussion I have ever seen (slaughtering babies and kittens), turns into absolute madness when the chatter about squid-faced agathions starts, and then devolves into Mikaze crying to the heavens in thanks for all of the gifts he's been begging Paizo for in what amounts to at least 1/3 of my time as a Paizo forums poster.

This thread is absolutely delightful!

Now, on-topic, I'm hoping this book pans out well. I know the Paizo team knows how to make repulsive evil, but can they handle righteousness without it becoming too flawless? That, ultimately, was my biggest problem with the Book of Exalted Deeds; it had no grit to it.


Are we there yet?


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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:

Keep an eye out later in the year for our book on Crusaders, which will be all about the religious agendas of a variety of Golarion's deities and how to play faithful characters of all classes.

You had me at religion! D:

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Mikaze wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
What's more important, stopping the evil Lich or spending years trying to nurture Goblin babies to good-alignment? Or atleast not-evil?

First I'd be searching for a reliable organization that could take care of them, like say a church of any good deity deserving of the alignment. If for some reason no such organization or support network can be found, I retire my character and bring in a new one to join the fight.

It's not an either-or between Save The World and Don't Murder Babies. When faced with two horrifically evil choices, Good either finds or makes a third option. Good doesn't take the convenient way out.

Quote:

What happens when, despite your characters best efforts, a goblin baby does turn irreparably evil? Do you slay this creature you've spent so much time caring for?

I find a new GM that doesn't stick to the Always Chaotic Evil trope as gospel, one in whose game I could actually enjoy playing a genuine good character.

Interesting to find shades-of-grey-Mikaze only demands shades of grey for goblins and orcs.

Good, however, must be absolute.

Everything is compromised, all situations are unclear, morality is negotiated, perspective is subjective and sometimes you explode the volcano to destroy the helldragon even though you did leave a CN kobold spy tied-up on level 2.

Good might seek a way, but sometimes good sucks it up and accepts it has crosses to bear.

Hard choices are there for Good to make the best of, not to sidestep.

"Hey, Pharasma, why am I stuck in the Boneyard? I was a loyal serveant of Iomedae!"
"No, Paladin. You were a loyal serveant to your own navel. You abandoned her righteous crusade against the beasts of the worldwound in order to raise children. Do you not understand how many true, just and pure paladins have forsaken the pleasures of motherhood in order to protect the world from evil?"
"I was protecting them from sin, turning them to a world of virtue and righteousness."
"While your brothers and sisters in-arms fell to the demons for want of a strong shield beside them to turn aside the blow; a strong mind to guide them from the creatures temptation and insinuation; a strong arm to lift them from the mire.
Creation grants that nearly all can raise a child in their own image, or foster others as you did, but only a few can seize the hard path of virtue Iomedae demands. Your narcissism was your undoing, human."
"But they were goblin babies, it's different!"
"Only to you."

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Absolute Good is a prerequisite for the Beams of Good feat, remember? You can't shoot pure altruism from your eye sockets if you don't raise at least one orphanage of goblin babies.

As for the whole "save the world" thing, leave that to our cynical CN mercenaries. At the end of the day, while LG Orc Redeemer Paladins are busy arguing with their superiors whether sealing the Worldwound takes precedence over converting lil' Licktoads to Iomedeanism, it's us Silver Sables and Deadpools who get to save the world. Again. With no thanks.

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GeraintElberion wrote:

"Hey, Pharasma, why am I stuck in the Boneyard? I was a loyal serveant of Iomedae!"

"No, Paladin. You were a loyal serveant to your own navel. You abandoned her righteous crusade against the beasts of the worldwound in order to raise children. Do you not understand how many true, just and pure paladins have forsaken the pleasures of motherhood in order to protect the world from evil?"
"I was protecting them from sin, turning them to a world of virtue and righteousness."
"While your brothers and sisters in-arms fell to the demons for want of a strong shield beside them to turn aside the blow; a strong mind to guide them from the creatures temptation and insinuation; a strong arm to lift them from the mire.
Creation grants that nearly all can raise a child in their own image, or foster others as you did, but only a few can seize the hard path of virtue Iomedae demands. Your narcissism was your undoing, human."
"But they were goblin babies, it's different!"
"Only to you."

When I consider how my light is spent

Ere half my days in this dark world and wide,
And that one talent which is death to hide
Lodg'd with me useless, though my soul more bent
To serve therewith my Maker, and present
My true account, lest he returning chide,
"Doth God exact day-labour, light denied?"
I fondly ask. But Patience, to prevent
That murmur, soon replies: "God doth not need
Either man's work or his own gifts: who best
Bear his mild yoke, they serve him best. His state
Is kingly; thousands at his bidding speed
And post o'er land and ocean without rest:
They also serve who only stand and wait."

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Shisumo wrote:
GeraintElberion wrote:

"Hey, Pharasma, why am I stuck in the Boneyard? I was a loyal serveant of Iomedae!"

"No, Paladin. You were a loyal serveant to your own navel. You abandoned her righteous crusade against the beasts of the worldwound in order to raise children. Do you not understand how many true, just and pure paladins have forsaken the pleasures of motherhood in order to protect the world from evil?"
"I was protecting them from sin, turning them to a world of virtue and righteousness."
"While your brothers and sisters in-arms fell to the demons for want of a strong shield beside them to turn aside the blow; a strong mind to guide them from the creatures temptation and insinuation; a strong arm to lift them from the mire.
Creation grants that nearly all can raise a child in their own image, or foster others as you did, but only a few can seize the hard path of virtue Iomedae demands. Your narcissism was your undoing, human."
"But they were goblin babies, it's different!"
"Only to you."

When I consider how my light is spent

Ere half my days in this dark world and wide,
And that one talent which is death to hide
Lodg'd with me useless, though my soul more bent
To serve therewith my Maker, and present
My true account, lest he returning chide,
"Doth God exact day-labour, light denied?"
I fondly ask. But Patience, to prevent
That murmur, soon replies: "God doth not need
Either man's work or his own gifts: who best
Bear his mild yoke, they serve him best. His state
Is kingly; thousands at his bidding speed
And post o'er land and ocean without rest:
They also serve who only stand and wait."

Yep, I am totally cool with blind paladins retiring to raise babies, or write Paradise Lost.

More to the point, Iomedae ain't Milton's Puritan idea of the Christian God and this isn't a world of monotheism. There are no all-powerful gods on Golarion and gods do die (like Aroden, the god Iomedae used to serve).

The battle for the Worlwound is, quite literally, a battle to keep a world-destroying god (Rovagug) contained in his prison and to protect the world from being consumed by hell!

So, paladins whose light is not spent have been given gifts form the gods and they damn well better put them to good use.

Interestingly, Milton didn't actually stand and wait, regardless of whatever solace he took from the notion. He wrote Paradise Lost instead...


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You know, a bit of good-natured ribbing of Mikaze because he tends to chain himself to Orcs and Goblins and chant "We shall overcome!" is okay, but this is trending towards "You are doing it wrong!" criticism of the non-good natured kind.

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magnuskn wrote:
You know, a bit of good-natured ribbing of Mikaze because he tends to chain himself to Orcs and Goblins and chant "We shall overcome!" is okay, but this is trending towards "You are doing it wrong!" criticism of the non-good natured kind.

To be honest, I took Mikaze's use of the word 'genuine' to be criticism of the non-good natured kind.

I tried to reply in a pretty light-hearted way but as someone who always plays good characters I wasn't really keen on letting slide the insinuation that my characters are 'fake good'.

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GeraintElberion wrote:
The battle for the Worlwound is, quite literally, a battle to keep a world-destroying god (Rovagug) contained in his prison and to protect the world from being consumed by hell!

Not really, no. It's all about Dreskari, Lord of the Locust Host, not Rovagug (who'se own 'Worldwound' is the Pit of Gormuz, on a completely different continent), and it's to protect the world from being consumed by the abyss. Hell's foothold is to the south, in Cheliax.

Further, Pharasma, the non-lawful and non-good goddess of childbirth and midwives, among other things, seems like the *last* goddess who would harshly judge a lawful good person for setting a small percentage of her life to promoting the tenets of her faith and taking care of children at the same time.

Iomedae might not have much use for children, but she still has that good alignment tag next to her name, and has been stated by Paizo peeps to strongly oppose the philosophy of the 'Burners' who operate in her name, killing anyone who they think might be shifty.

Although it might not even matter what Iomedae thinks. Pharasma's the one who'se gonna decide what souls end up in her domain, which is kinda odd, come to think of it.

Iomedae - 'This person didn't worship me, and I don't approve of some of the stuff they did in life...'

Pharasma - 'Deal with it, chica. I'm the decider. Besides, you have celestial great white sharks up there tearing up pods of celestial seals, so don't even pretend to me that heaven has some sort of standards for entry.'

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GeraintElberion wrote:
magnuskn wrote:
You know, a bit of good-natured ribbing of Mikaze because he tends to chain himself to Orcs and Goblins and chant "We shall overcome!" is okay, but this is trending towards "You are doing it wrong!" criticism of the non-good natured kind.

To be honest, I took Mikaze's use of the word 'genuine' to be criticism of the non-good natured kind.

I tried to reply in a pretty light-hearted way but as someone who always plays good characters I wasn't really keen on letting slide the insinuation that my characters are 'fake good'.

So your response is to essentially accuse him of the same thing? Whether intentional or not, you have to see how that's not likely to go over terribly well.

GeraintElberion wrote:

Yep, I am totally cool with blind paladins retiring to raise babies, or write Paradise Lost.

More to the point, Iomedae ain't Milton's Puritan idea of the Christian God and this isn't a world of monotheism. There are no all-powerful gods on Golarion and gods do die (like Aroden, the god Iomedae used to serve).

The battle for the Worlwound is, quite literally, a battle to keep a world-destroying god (Rovagug) contained in his prison and to protect the world from being consumed by hell!

So, paladins whose light is not spent have been given gifts form the gods and they damn well better put them to good use.

Your mistake, much like Milton's speaker in the sonnet, is to assume that there's only one way to put those gifts to "good use." The point is both cases is that there are lots of scales on which good works occur, and it is only vanity that pushes you to place one higher than another. Yes, the Worldwound is a big deal - but so are the lives of innocent children, and if you sacrifice one to try to take care of the other, you might be doing good, but you're not doing Good in the paladin-sense. You have to try to find a way to deal with both.

Given that then, and also given that "I'm going to take these goblin babies with me while I go questing against evil" is probably not a workable solution, which do you think will be the course the paladin is more likely to be able to manage: finding a person or organization willing to try to raise "monstrous babies" all the way to adulthood or finding a worthy soul to take the paladin's blade and armor up and go questing in her place? (Note: this is why "but they're goblin babies!" does in fact matter to more than just the "narcissistic" paladin. Human or elven babies don't create the same kind of dilemma, because finding a person or organization to take care of them is not going to be a problem on anywhere near the same scale.)

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What I think is that paladins are not in a competition with each other to be more-gooder-than-you.

That for every my-goblin-baby-raising-is-more-gooderer-than-you argument there is a valid counter-argument.

That looking down a goblin-baby-raising nose at my paladin is not very virtuous.

I don't think that Milton was intending to look down on those who did run hither and thither in service to his God.

You see, my post was a response to another post and should be taken in that context. I'm sorry if that wasn't clear.

---

@Set: Fair enough, you have more ranks in Knowledge (Golarion Lore) than me. To be honest, the whole Books of the Damned distinction between demons, devils and daemons bores me.

But my point still stands: monotheistic divine omnipotence is not part of Golarion's religious milieu.

As for my dialogue, Pharasma interprets whether an individual has acheived or failed. The paladin has failed on her/his own terms: service to Iomedae... in one interpretation, which is equally valid as the goblin-baby-raising interpretation.

Set wrote:
Further, Pharasma, the non-lawful and non-good goddess of childbirth and midwives, among other things, seems like the *last* goddess who would harshly judge a lawful good person for setting a small percentage of her life to promoting the tenets of her faith and taking care of children at the same time.

Alignment, schmalignment... Pharasma, judge of the dead, is exactly the deity who would harshly judge anyone. I chose Iomedae, goddess of LG smackdown, for a reason. If this paladin had worshipped Sarenrae then things might be different.


Has failed in one interpretation?

How many interpretations must one fail before Pharasma judges you as unworthy?
Does a Paladin, by virtue of being a Paladin, foreclose all other routes of service to his god?
Can a Paladin change his mind, after prayerful reconsideration, and determine that there are other ways he can best serve his god?
Would not a god wish his servants to serve in the manner that best fits their talents?


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glad to see " the good guys " getting a little attention for there hard work.


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Hmmmmmm.... Sound to me like a good potential use of the Ultimate Campaign Guide on downtime. Paladin founds 'orphanage' and hires staff for taking care of the orphaned monstrous infants....

Just a thought.... :)


Love the cover!

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Can't stop thinking about those rogue talents either.

@GeraintElberion:

GeraintElberion wrote:
Mikaze wrote:
Cheapy wrote:
What's more important, stopping the evil Lich or spending years trying to nurture Goblin babies to good-alignment? Or atleast not-evil?

First I'd be searching for a reliable organization that could take care of them, like say a church of any good deity deserving of the alignment. If for some reason no such organization or support network can be found, I retire my character and bring in a new one to join the fight.

It's not an either-or between Save The World and Don't Murder Babies. When faced with two horrifically evil choices, Good either finds or makes a third option. Good doesn't take the convenient way out.

Quote:

What happens when, despite your characters best efforts, a goblin baby does turn irreparably evil? Do you slay this creature you've spent so much time caring for?

I find a new GM that doesn't stick to the Always Chaotic Evil trope as gospel, one in whose game I could actually enjoy playing a genuine good character.

Interesting to find shades-of-grey-Mikaze only demands shades of grey for goblins and orcs.

Good, however, must be absolute.

Everything is compromised, all situations are unclear, morality is negotiated, perspective is subjective and sometimes you explode the volcano to destroy the helldragon even though you did leave a CN kobold spy tied-up on level 2.

Good might seek a way, but sometimes good sucks it up and accepts it has crosses to bear.

Hard choices are there for Good to make the best of, not to sidestep.

"Hey, Pharasma, why am I stuck in the Boneyard? I was a loyal serveant of Iomedae!"
"No, Paladin. You were a loyal serveant to your own navel. You abandoned her righteous crusade against the beasts of the worldwound in order to raise children. Do you not understand how many true, just and pure paladins have forsaken the pleasures of motherhood in order to protect the world from evil?"
"I was protecting them from sin, turning them to a world of virtue and righteousness."
"While your...

Not sure what brought this on, but I think you're reading more into what I wrote than is actually there.

My post was answering Cheapy's question from the perspective of a player that has constantly had attempts to play a genuinely good character blow up in his face because "Always Chaotic Evil" or "this is how the game is supposed to be played, now be a murderhobo". If that answer bothers anyone, so be it.

But I cannot accept the idea that a false dillema is what Good is supposed to roll with by default. Like I said, it is not a choice between "save the world" or "don't murder children". Good characters try to find a way to do both. Sometimes that means giving up the sword and passing it to another, because they are needed more somewhere else. That is STILL doing Good. And again, I said "first I'd be searching for an organization/other people that could take them in". Giving up the sword is the last resort. But if it is the only option left, well yeah I'm going to take it.

Regarding "only shades of grey for orcs and goblins", I seem to recall doing that for humans, elves, dwarves, everyone else too... Cosmic force of Good though? The very essense of Good? No.

As for a world where compassion and mercy get one barred from Heaven because they didn't murder children, where looking for solutions that don't involve murdering children are considered "self-righteous" or "narcissistic" or "navel-gazing"...I have no interest in playing in that kind of game.

If you think I'm looking down my nose at you, I'm not. I just don't think murdering children gets to be called good. And I don't think Good has to accept murdering children without putting up a fight.

Personally, I'm excited and grateful that things like mercy, empathy, and redemption are finally getting their day in the sun in Golarionland.

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Angel summonerrrrrr

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Cheapy wrote:
Angel summonerrrrrr

I want my BMX Bandit Companion for next year's summer AP.

Biking across the Cinderlands. @#$% yeah.

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Does anyone else keep reading the title as Champions of Puuuurdy?

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As far as the schedule was concerned and for internal reference purposes, Jessica renamed the book Champur, which I always imagined to be some divine hair cleaning product.

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mach1.9pants wrote:
Does anyone else keep reading the title as Champions of Puuuurdy?

Yeah, in my head, it's been 'Champions of Purty' for ages. :)

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Lots o purty folks in th'hills o 'Lysium.

Adam Daigle wrote:
As far as the schedule was concerned and for internal reference purposes, Jessica renamed the book Champur, which I always imagined to be some divine hair cleaning product.

A quick search also turns up an Indonesian restaurant and now I'm both longing for this book AND hungry.

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Mikaze wrote:

Can't stop thinking about those rogue talents either.

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...

Mikaze:
I probably had some sand in my... sorry.

Honestly, I would love to game with you some day and really appreciate your contribution to the boards. There are some areas where our style differs but they are probably vastly exaggerated by the whole internet-message-baord-effect.

Have you read the latest Pathfinder Tales novel, Called To Darkness? It has humans and orc tribes working together for the greater good in a way that I really liked and I think you might dig... it is also just generally awesome.


GeraintElberion wrote:
Mikaze wrote:

Can't stop thinking about those rogue talents either.

** spoiler omitted **

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Spoiler:
Awesome is apparently just another word for triceratops-riding frost giant!!
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GeraintElberion wrote:
Mikaze wrote:

Can't stop thinking about those rogue talents either.

** spoiler omitted **

...
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Spoiler:
Nae problem. I know how frustrationexplosions feel sometimes. :)

And dammit, now I have to read that book!

Kajehase wrote:


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Spoiler:
OH DOUBLE DAMMIT.

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Sorry guys, peer pressure :X

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Adam Daigle wrote:
As far as the schedule was concerned and for internal reference purposes, Jessica renamed the book Champur, which I always imagined to be some divine hair cleaning product.

Largely because for the life of me, I could not keep "Champions of Purity" and "Chronicle of the Righteous" straight, so I dubbed them Champure and Chronteous. That fixed my problem.

Oh, and Doompawn.

I am all about efficiency.

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Doompawn? Isn't that the stuff they joke about eating in Aliens?


Are those ghouls or chokers on the cover?

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Toadkiller Dog wrote:
Are those ghouls or chokers on the cover?

Lemures maybe?

ALSO, APPROX. 40 DAYS LEFT


This sounds promising.

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