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Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods Hardcover (PFRPG)

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Unleash the Power of the Gods!

Through the miracles of priests and the weapons of crusaders, the deities of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game command unrivaled influence over the lands of the Inner Sea. Tap into their incredible might with Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods! Inside you’ll discover the deepest secrets of an entire pantheon of incomparable beings, claim relics suited to both sinners and saints, and wield immortal might as a character of any background, race, or class. No longer does the favor of the gods belong to clerics, paladins, and other divine spellcasters alone—choose your faith and make holy power your own!

This volume expands upon the world and religions detailed in Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The Inner Sea World Guide. Inside this tome of mysteries, you’ll find:

  • Massive articles on the most powerful deities of the Pathfinder campaign setting, revealing everything you need to know about the gods and their followers, temples, adventurers, holy days, otherworldly realms, divine minions, and more!
  • Details on nearly 300 deities from across the Inner Sea region and beyond.
  • New prestige classes to imbue you with the power of the gods! What’s more, each of these three classes is uniquely customized to make worshipers of all 20 core gods mechanically distinct from each other—that’s 60 different prestige class variations!
  • Tons of new feats to help optimize your character and make you a champion of the church.
  • More than 140 magic items tailored to religious characters of all classes! Unleash righteous wrath or spread divine corruption with sacred armor, weapons, altars, holy symbols, and other relics for every faith.
  • A library of spells and subdomains to help your caster sow destruction, spread divine love, or remake reality in your god’s name!
  • Character traits to help you get the most out of your character’s beliefs and backstory.
  • Dozens of monsters, including high-level heralds and divine servitors for Pathfinder’s most prominent deities.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-597-6

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I wonder how that got in there in the first place, through development, final editing, and then fully published.

Weird.

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Arnwyn wrote:

I wonder how that got in there in the first place, through development, final editing, and then fully published.

Weird.

I generally don't develop or edit the Adventure Path articles, and since I'm the only one at that point that would know that isn't something that works well for Erastil... that's how. 99.999999999% of the time, the things Sean comes up with for those articles are as good or (in most cases) better than what I would have come up with anyway...

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It says we are getting "hundreds of demigods", does this mean we are getting domains, favored weapons, etc. for all these guys as well?

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Why not treat the paternalistic faction of the Erastilian church as just another somewhat heretical sect like the not always benevolent Sarenraens in Qadira?

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Dragon78 wrote:
It says we are getting "hundreds of demigods", does this mean we are getting domains, favored weapons, etc. for all these guys as well?

Hmmm...

Hundreds seems like way too much.

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James Jacobs wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
It says we are getting "hundreds of demigods", does this mean we are getting domains, favored weapons, etc. for all these guys as well?

Hmmm...

Hundreds seems like way too much.

At a minimum, I'd like to see a table like the inside front cover of Chronicle of the Righteous for all the demigod-level beings named in the Bestiaries, please.

Scarab Sages

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James Jacobs wrote:

Hmmm...

Hundreds seems like way too much.

By Demigods, does that include Demon Lords, Archdevils, Qlippoth and Horsemen?

Also, will there be statblocks in this book at all?


I hope we get some information on Aroden. Maybe even a picture or full body image?


@zergitan: There's a full-body image of Aroden in Inner Sea Magic (and on the rear cover).


Urath DM wrote:
@zergitan: There's a full-body image of Aroden in Inner Sea Magic (and on the rear cover).

Woah! The things you miss when you own a PDF! Thanks!


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Wait..........He's a lefty. *looks at picture in WotR* He is.


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zergtitan wrote:
Wait..........He's a lefty. *looks at picture in WotR* He is.

I'm saving this post for later use.

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Tirisfal wrote:
zergtitan wrote:
Wait..........He's a lefty. *looks at picture in WotR* He is.
I'm saving this post for later use.

Someone tell Matthew Morris! :D


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zergtitan wrote:
Wait..........He's a lefty. *looks at picture in WotR* He is.

Well of course silly....all gods are lefties...I mean why would they use the inferior right hand. Duh. ;)

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Stratagemini wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:

Hmmm...

Hundreds seems like way too much.

By Demigods, does that include Demon Lords, Archdevils, Qlippoth and Horsemen?

Also, will there be statblocks in this book at all?

Not for demigods, no.


About seven months remaining...

(Yes, I'm positively giddy for this)

Scarab Sages

Adding my excitement to the ongoing fervor for this book.

:)


What of racial gods, like(wait for it...) thamir gixx? Will they be making an appearance?


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I hope this has archetypes in it related to different deities. Ex. A Druid archetype that connects them with monsters for worshippers of Lamashtu. Like an updated version of what was in AP #5.

Shadow Lodge

I think that that was mentioned somewhere, the major deities would all be getting an Archtype/Prestige Class for their priests. Personally, I hope the overwhelming majority of these are Cleric archtypes, with a few Druid or Paladin as appropriate. But then, I could be wrong.


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I think a Nethys Archetype for Wizard or Sorceror would be cool.
Somebody's got to do some Inquisiting as well...
Looking forward to what Sivanah has going on...

Sovereign Court

How much of the "Faiths of..." series are we going to get in these books. Will some spells and content from those soft covers be in this book? For one stop shopping? (more or less)

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Cover image updated (but still subject to change)!

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:D

Straight up the N-ethics axis, from E to G!

(Urgy looks even squickier than usual there)


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Dude.

Urgathoa looks frelling rad.

I hope all of the gods get new artwork :X

:DD


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Oh man, that cover is sweet...might have to pick up the book just so I can have that displayed!


*Looks at cover* Ooooooh...


That's Nethys, right? He's looking rather dapper there.

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Albatoonoe wrote:
That's Nethys, right? He's looking rather dapper there.

It is, and yes, he is.

*looks closer at the color print version on Art Directrix Sarah's office door*


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Oooooooh, I like the (temporary?) cover here! Definitely going for the physical copy on this one. Is it March yet?

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Nice cover, and with a good, evil, and neutral deity.

Dark Archive

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I'm really torn about the cover. Half of me is "That thing is flat-out awesome!" and the rest is "You know, this is a really, really pretty cover, but I think I'm starting to get a bit of Sarenrae fatigue". I just wonder if Desna wouldn't have looked even better in her place, but then I can see we'd lose the whole NE/N/NG triumvirate, and the whole "beautiful Goddess champions of life and decay surrounding a bifurcated God of magic" thing. Like I said, I'm torn.

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I would have liked Shelyn instead of Sarenrae. Desna would have been my second choice.

Sovereign Court

I'm cool with it because it gives us a nice spectrum. Mind you, I'd love a Desna/Shelyn trist back cover.

Liberty's Edge

James, any chance we can get WAR drawings of all the major gods?

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If we got Desna\Gorum\Lamashtu and Iomedae\Irori\Asmodeus trios as well, that would pretty much eliminate any possibility of folks getting annoyed. Too bad variant/collector's covers aren't an option for hardbacks! :D

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I would like to see Wayne Reynolds version of the core 20 deities and them some.


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Man, artists cannot seem to agree what Nethys actually looks like (And none of that "He's a god, he can look like whatever he wants" B.S.) He was a purple-hued Osiriani man in the style of the pharaohs in Lost Kingdoms, in Gods and Magic he looked like a deeply-tanned Caucasian man, and now it kind of looks like has olive skin.


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Ashram wrote:
Man, artists cannot seem to agree what Nethys actually looks like (And none of that "He's a god, he can look like whatever he wants" B.S.) He was a purple-hued Osiriani man in the style of the pharaohs in Lost Kingdoms, in Gods and Magic he looked like a deeply-tanned Caucasian man, and now it kind of looks like has olive skin.

That is really nothing that new....a people will project their own image onto the gods after all.


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John Kretzer wrote:
Ashram wrote:
Man, artists cannot seem to agree what Nethys actually looks like (And none of that "He's a god, he can look like whatever he wants" B.S.) He was a purple-hued Osiriani man in the style of the pharaohs in Lost Kingdoms, in Gods and Magic he looked like a deeply-tanned Caucasian man, and now it kind of looks like has olive skin.
That is really nothing that new....a people will project their own image onto the gods after all.

And WAR decided that Urgathoa needed to look as metal as possible.

Seriously, she's as brutal as a Dethklok album.

Dark Archive

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I really like the cover, but especially the layout. Very nice indeed!!


I was actually hoping on a Zon-Kuthon/Shelyn or Asmodeus/Iomedae cover, seeing as both dieties have very strange relationships.

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Paladinosaur wrote:
James, any chance we can get WAR drawings of all the major gods?

That would be cool... but he's currently booked and won't be able to do that for this book.


There wouldn't happen to be anything Antipaladin-related in this book, would there?

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What is kind of strange relationship that Asmodeus and Iomedae have?


Dragon78 wrote:
What is kind of strange relationship that Asmodeus and Iomedae have?

Forgot where I read it but they are allies. Iomedae will go to Asmodeus for advice, but takes his advice with a grain of salt.

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As someone who doesn't run or play in Golarion games, is this a product I could get anything out of?

Back in 2e/3.0/3.5 there were a lot of setting specific books with both fluff and crunch that could be adapted fairly easily to other settings, so I ended up buying and using a lot of setting-specific books for settings I never played in. So far, I haven't bought any of the Golarion books, though, but I am considering it, and pantheon books were always something I found useful.

How much has/will adaptability been/be incorporated in this book? Should I even be paying attention to PFCS releases?
(I'd love to here responses to my questions based on previous PFCS books, even if the devs haven't released enough information about this particular book to make an accurate assessment on).


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137ben wrote:

Back in 2e/3.0/3.5 there were a lot of setting specific books with both fluff and crunch that could be adapted fairly easily to other settings, so I ended up buying and using a lot of setting-specific books for settings I never played in. So far, I haven't bought any of the Golarion books, though, but I am considering it, and pantheon books were always something I found useful.

How much has/will adaptability been/be incorporated in this book? Should I even be paying attention to PFCS releases?
(I'd love to here responses to my questions based on previous PFCS books, even if the devs haven't released enough information about this particular book to make an accurate assessment on).

Obviously I don't know about this book, but I think a number of the other releases may well be of interest.

To avoid derailing the product page, I started a new thread with my opinions.

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Well that is a little pit weird, so I can see why someone would say that they have a weird relationship.

Too be honest I more interested in this book for any info on the non-core deities and for stats for the core 20 deities' heralds.

Sovereign Court

The Prestige Classes sound cool. I'm curious if we'll see archtypes as well...

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