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When will we see "Flumphs of Golarion"?


Pathfinder Player Companion

Silver Crusade

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The Race books in the Player's Companion line are great and a ton of fun, but when will we see a corresponding Flumph book? We Flumphs are wonderful creatures and 9 out of 10 dentists agree that it would be better to get a Flumphs of Golarion book than get eaten by Great Old Ones.


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That one of course is their cultist, and wise enough to know that everyone will be eaten. IA! IA!!


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Not soon enough.

Silver Crusade

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I know Mr. Daigle would enjoy writing such a book.

Silver Crusade

It seems the kobolds get their book, but we majestic flumphs are left out in the cold. It is a shame, really.


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I take it, then, that Misfit Monsters Redeemed wasn't enough for you? :)


And just you wait until one of those soaring single-flumph pods finally hits just the right planet with the perfect set of conditions to create a super-powered flumph... (sort of like having a Kryptonian/Daxamite land on a planet with a yellow sun).

P.S. and while we're on the subject of tentacled aberrations...


I have Namekian flumphs. One is adorable and polite like Dense trying to help and hates conflict

Sovereign Court

If Paizo has a sense of humour it will be announced/surprise released in April. Perhaps even April 1.

Liberty's Edge

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Maybe we will have an Adventure Path were the Flumphs end up being incoherent heralds for the "Great Old Ones."


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An AP featuring an inadvertent flumph invasion into Darkmoon Vale?


Even as a Joke..this is not funny.


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DM Wellard has not understood the danger the world is in, and the warning the flumphs have risked interplanetary space to bring us of the coming times...

Silver Crusade

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We are still waiting! *taps a tenticle on the floor, impatiently*

Liberty's Edge RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32, 2011 Top 16

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They weren't even included in People of the Stars! What a travesty!

Shadow Lodge

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Maybe a sub-race. Personally, I'm leaning toward "Flumph Noble."


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They're scared to come out because I shanked them, stole their IP, and sold it to the people behind the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Oh, and just so you knows, there's a Flumph sorcerer bloodline in Monstrous Bloodlines for Sorcerers II by Purple Duck Games. I shank them and steal their IP, but it's all OGL and how am I supposed to make a buck offa that?


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Cheapy wrote:
Not soon enough.


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Also since this stuff is FREE I can't make any bucks off shankin' it and taking its IP, there was a FLUMPHNOMICON here . http://paizo.com/products/btpy8euz?Son-of-a-Portable-Hole

(Some conversion required- it's 3.0!)


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The IP Burglar wrote:

Also since this stuff is FREE I can't make any bucks off shankin' it and taking its IP, there was a FLUMPHNOMICON here I LINK FOR THE NOISE EASE OF CLICKY

(Some conversion required- it's 3.0!)

EDIT: in retrospect, linking was not required. I stand by my re-post, however! ;D

Silver Crusade

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There's also a flumph/gnome hybrid PC race floating around out there. ;)


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SQUEEE~!


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Mikaze wrote:
There's also a flumph/gnome hybrid PC race floating around out there. ;)

Incidentally, there's a great little piece of lore in the Monstrous Sorcerer Bloodlines II product I mentioned about that would explain how flumph blood got into people for the sorcerer bloodline to manifest in the first place. Might work well as an (alternate?) origin for a flumph/gnome hybrid

Grand Lodge

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Flumph are perfect guides for other world and curious harbringers of apocalypis. So I say, PAIZO; FLUMPH ME!

Sczarni

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Flumphs of Glorian is perhaps the most inspired book proposed to date. Flumph bloodied should be an aasiamr type thing.


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YES

Scarab Sages

I demand Modrons!

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