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Hostile and dangerous are not the same thing. I want the old 3' long golden version that could teleport. I would say around CR4-5 range. If anything the current one is cuddly...in a Tim Burton kind of way.


There are already crawling claws. Any severed head monsters?


Yes, there are. The Beheaded in Bestiary 4.


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Clicky clicky for a link to a wiki-site with most if not all mythological Unicorns of the world.

Many awesome new names in there so check it out!


My wish for a new Bestiary is no new monsters... I want more in depth information on the existing ones. More so than anything else I want a list of what exactly Knowledge checks give and a better DC system than x+HD cause it's stupid easy to know everything about the rarest of creatures. We're already stupidly swamped with all kinds of random crap, lets get so new looks at old crap!


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Maybe you should just ask for more revisited books and just don't buy new Bestiaries and leave those for the many people that do want them.

And if you are a lovecraft/flumph fan and you go and call mythology monsters random crap, then I find that strange.


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A variant version(or more types) of the beheaded undead that use monsters like hydras, dragons, winter wolves, trolls, etc.


Dragon78 wrote:
A variant version(or more types) of the beheaded undead that use monsters like hydras, dragons, winter wolves, trolls, etc.

Sounds more adequate for a 2nd "Undead revisited" booklet ;)


Aren't there enough flying heads as it is? Chon Chon, Doru, Medusa Head, Cacodaemon, Penannanggel, Beheaded, Vargouille to name a few.


Nightterror wrote:

Maybe you should just ask for more revisited books and just don't buy new Bestiaries and leave those for the many people that do want them.

And if you are a lovecraft/flumph fan and you go and call mythology monsters random crap, then I find that strange.

Monster Mythology vs Mythos. There's your book. :)


Anyone in possession of the new d&d monster book called volos guide to monsters? Anyone willing to share a list of names of all new monsters in that book? I want to know if it is worth bying, as i dont want a book with 10 (of 100) beholder variants in it if we only get 100 new monsters. I already know about firbolg, froghemoth and flail snail. Thanks if you want to help


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Hopefully this one will finally have a ghost animal based template with there natural attacks getting ghost touch and using there cha mod to damage also a +4-8 bonus to charisma would be nice as well.


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Nightterror wrote:
Anyone in possession of the new d&d monster book called volos guide to monsters? Anyone willing to share a list of names of all new monsters in that book? I want to know if it is worth bying, as i dont want a book with 10 (of 100) beholder variants in it if we only get 100 new monsters. I already know about firbolg, froghemoth and flail snail. Thanks if you want to help

I haven't read it, but from the sounds of it it's more a monster ecology book than a monster manual, since there are sections on goblins, etc.

So I SUSPECT it won't be to your tastes.


There are 100 new monsters in it too and lots of fluff, if it has destrachan, metalmaster or astral stalkers in it it will be an instant buy.


Enworld has the table of contents with a list of monsters for Volo's Guide at http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?499042-VOLO-S-GUIDE-Around-The- Web-The-Ultimate-Preview-Compilation.

It is mostly monsters from previous editions, but I think some of the yuan ti are brand new....


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This conversation belongs in another section.


MMCJawa wrote:
Nightterror wrote:
Anyone in possession of the new d&d monster book called volos guide to monsters? Anyone willing to share a list of names of all new monsters in that book? I want to know if it is worth bying, as i dont want a book with 10 (of 100) beholder variants in it if we only get 100 new monsters. I already know about firbolg, froghemoth and flail snail. Thanks if you want to help

I haven't read it, but from the sounds of it it's more a monster ecology book than a monster manual, since there are sections on goblins, etc.

So I SUSPECT it won't be to your tastes.

It's partially that and partially new monsters for 5e. And new race options for PCs and GMs.

Grand Lodge

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I'd like to see more Australian folklore creatures. I was thinking of stating up my own interpretation of some of them- just so players don't know what they're dealing with. :)

Some of the current Australian creature types (See: bunyip) are owlbear levels of unimaginative.

http://imgur.com/1NOSxXr
Muldjewangk
A shape-shifting creature as long as the sun is up it is a subhuman creature with eel-like appendages. It hides at the bottom of murky lakes and large rivers, as the sun sets it grows into a large slimy leviathan with an elongated face, raspy long arms, and whale-like body. It often eats apex predators such as crocodiles and dingos that venture too close to its water, however, its favourite meal to wait for is children; children who have been warned never to go to the river at night. The creature is immortal so long as it eats one child a year. Anyone who harms a Muldjewangk suffers a curse that blights their skin with painful boils and may lead to death.

Aberration (Shapechanger/Aquatic subtype)
Medium / Gargantuan (Long)
NE
CR 4 / 17

http://imgur.com/a/oA2Gi
Gippsland Beast (Phantom cat)
An ominous feline creature with a prehensile tail that stalks prey unawares of its presence. The moment someone knows of the creature it immediately flees into hiding. It has been known to elude all forms of traps and snares as well as having the uncanny ability to move through even the most difficult terrain. It cannot be observed by any magical means and it is always aware of those who can see it. It always strikes in a surprise round and can choose to take 20 on any attack (It must still roll to confirm a critical).

Magical beast (Vermin-like)
Medium
CN
CR 6

http://imgur.com/a/u5MTN
Yara-ma-yha-who
A bizarrely shaped little red man with a very big head, a large mouth with no teeth and suckers on the ends of its hands and feet. These suckers are in fact toothed much like the mouth of a lamprey eel. As it grapples a humanoid victim (usually a helpless one who decided to sleep under its tree) it sucks the blood of the creature. After the creature has been drained of all its life it then swallows the creature with its distendable mouth before vomiting it back up. The unusual acidic saliva begins to transform the victim, removing hair and clothes and dying the skin a deep red. The victim eventually turns into a Yara-ma-yha-who then continues the cycle anew.

Aberration
Small
NE
CR 4

I'd also like to see playable humanoid kangaroos (acrobatic), platypus (swimming) and koala (climbing) races because; why not?


Dragon78 wrote:
This conversation belongs in another section.

A sure sign a topic has outlived it's usefulness.:)


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Jader7777 wrote:

I'd like to see more Australian folklore creatures. I was thinking of stating up my own interpretation of some of them- just so players don't know what they're dealing with. :)

Some of the current Australian creature types (See: bunyip) are owlbear levels of unimaginative.

http://imgur.com/1NOSxXr
Muldjewangk
A shape-shifting creature as long as the sun is up it is a subhuman creature with eel-like appendages. It hides at the bottom of murky lakes and large rivers, as the sun sets it grows into a large slimy leviathan with an elongated face, raspy long arms, and whale-like body. It often eats apex predators such as crocodiles and dingos that venture too close to its water, however, its favourite meal to wait for is children; children who have been warned never to go to the river at night. The creature is immortal so long as it eats one child a year. Anyone who harms a Muldjewangk suffers a curse that blights their skin with painful boils and may lead to death.

Aberration (Shapechanger/Aquatic subtype)
Medium / Gargantuan (Long)
NE
CR 4 / 17

http://imgur.com/a/oA2Gi
Gippsland Beast (Phantom cat)
An ominous feline creature with a prehensile tail that stalks prey unawares of its presence. The moment someone knows of the creature it immediately flees into hiding. It has been known to elude all forms of traps and snares as well as having the uncanny ability to move through even the most difficult terrain. It cannot be observed by any magical means and it is always aware of those who can see it. It always strikes in a surprise round and can choose to take 20 on any attack (It must still roll to confirm a critical).

Magical beast (Vermin-like)
Medium
CN
CR 6

http://imgur.com/a/u5MTN
Yara-ma-yha-who
A bizarrely shaped little red man with a very big head, a large mouth with no teeth and suckers on the ends of its hands and feet. These suckers are in fact toothed much like the mouth of a lamprey eel. As it grapples a humanoid victim (usually a helpless one who decided to sleep under its...

Muldjewangk might be able to cast the curse defensibly. It might be a poison from it's skin. secreted like from a poison dart frog. Each failure costs a charisma and con point each.


Maripill = Mapuche; draconic-like beast; vaguely horse-shaped body, whose back is topped with a sharp spine. Has a long neck, lizard-like head, long clawed arms, and vicious fangs; kill prey by running at great speed underneath them, slicing open their bodies with their razor sharp back ridge; associated with volcanoes, lakes, and streams; also grabs prey, often children, with its long claws

How have I not paid much attention yet to the Maripill? This sounds like a really interesting dragon, with a horse-like body, saw-like Dimetrodon sail, and prehensile talons. This would be really cool to include. I'd like to see it as an animal-type rather than a dragon or magical beast, because it doesn't seem to have much in terms of actual powers but would make an awesome animal companion.


I may be hated for even suggesting this, mainly because of the whimsical nature of this creature, and secondarily because I don't want to see it condemned to be some fey-enchanted plant, as all the fairy books that mention them do. I personally believe tat they would make a nice addition to the plant-themed aberrations, since Yangethes and Wolf-In-Sheep's-Clothings

Stray Sods: A living thing that masquerades as a tuft of grass or flowers, then disorientates or incapacitates causing the would-be predator or unwary traveller who steps on it fall asleep, or hallucinate. I always picture them as sort of a flatworm-like scavenger that has a unique hallucinogenic or sleep-inducing spore that is sort of akin to but not quite Lurking Rays and Wolf-In-Sheep's Clothing. they would typically inhabit forests, fields, or mountains, but there would be nothing preventing a wily GM from making an aquatic variant that mimics sea-weed

Also, and this might be a little bit of nit-picking, but I'd love to see what happens to Fey, Outsiders, and Magical Beasts that are Successfully Fleshwarped, since all the sources suggest that fleshwarping is not usually successful on these types, but could in fact be feasible if performed by a suitably powerful fleshwarper.


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Goth Guru wrote:
Nightterror wrote:

Maybe you should just ask for more revisited books and just don't buy new Bestiaries and leave those for the many people that do want them.

And if you are a lovecraft/flumph fan and you go and call mythology monsters random crap, then I find that strange.

Monster Mythology vs Mythos. There's your book. :)

I would point out that the works of Lovecraft and his Contemporaries, while introducing new entities, often stated that some of the real-world myths may have been at least based upon the entities that they created for their fictions. Medusa's Coil, for instance, suggests that the Gorgons of Greek mythology were based upon the creature in the story. I for one do not see any problems with loving both mythology and weird fiction, as both are deeply rooted together.

I'd love to see everything from the less well-known myth cycles like the Mesoamerican and Oceanic Cultures just as much as I would Love to see a rendering of Schrodinger's Cat (yes, I know, we don't need three trans-dimensional Cat-monsters in Pathfinder, or do we?).

while on that secondary subject, I know that in regards to Oceanic Culture they did the Abaia, but have they done the Aberes, Menehune, and Tamangori yet? how about some Maori Legendary creatures, such as the Patupaiarehe, Te Wheke-a-Muturangi, or the Tipua?


I would like to see a lot of reprints, for those of us who are too poor to buy every AP and module in the hopes of getting cool new content for our other campaigns. I would like to see more things in existing categories; in B3, there are some behemoths briefly mentioned in the description that sound amazing, those might be a good pick. Also, can we stop having weird undead from lesser-known mythologies? I like lesser-known mythological monsters as much as the next guy, but we have a crazy amount of undead in this category that either have very specific circumstances in which they form, and even those circumstances overlap. I think we would be better off with some all-new undead rather than trying to stat every zombie or restless spirit from every culture around the world. Some of them are great, but some just don't make any sense. I do want more of these lesser-known mythological creatures, but please no undead, and be careful picking ones that fit into the existing fluff of pathfinder.


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I wonder what the highest percentage of reprints that Paizo would ever have in a hardcover bestiary.


My wish list:

Awakened Animal, Template (an revised version of the Awaken spell's effects that make playing using them as cohorts easier)
Bonnacon
Changeling, Fairy (fairy version of changeling)
Cheshire Cat
Clockwork, Toy Soldier (like an army of them!)
Cyborg, Tin (a template for Tin Woodman style characters)
Fetch
Golem, Bubble
Golem, Vegetable
Golem, Free-willed (template)
Graymalkin
Hag, Mute (from the Harrowing module)
Hag, Storm (Irish folklore)
Kangaroo, Dire
Lilliputian (Gulliver's Travels)
Mantis-Folk (Anthropomorphic praying mantis playable race)
Mantis (Familiar)
Mara (Buddhist demon)
Monopod (Chronicles of Narnia)
Squirrel-Folk (playable race)
Tane (I want more Tane and more information about them)
Vampire Roses
Wild Hunt, The
Yahoo (Gulliver's Travels)

Please continue using cryptids, folklore/mythological monsters, and Alice in Wonderland, rather than just inventing them from whole cloth. I would also like to see creatures from the Wizard of Oz books.

I have loved every Bestiary so far and it seems you have statted out many monsters I have wanted for years in the previous volumes. Keep up the good work!


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The Wild Hunt will be in B6.

The Storm Hag was already in B5.


darth_borehd wrote:

My wish list:

Awakened Animal, Template (an revised version of the Awaken spell's effects that make playing using them as cohorts easier)
Bonnacon
Changeling, Fairy (fairy version of changeling)
Cheshire Cat
Clockwork, Toy Soldier (like an army of them!)
Cyborg, Tin (a template for Tin Woodman style characters)
Fetch
Golem, Bubble
Golem, Vegetable
Golem, Free-willed (template)
Graymalkin
Hag, Mute (from the Harrowing module)
Hag, Storm (Irish folklore)
Kangaroo, Dire
Lilliputian (Gulliver's Travels)
Mantis-Folk (Anthropomorphic praying mantis playable race)
Mantis (Familiar)
Mara (Buddhist demon)
Monopod (Chronicles of Narnia)
Squirrel-Folk (playable race)
Tane (I want more Tane and more information about them)
Vampire Roses
Wild Hunt, The
Yahoo (Gulliver's Travels)

Please continue using cryptids, folklore/mythological monsters, and Alice in Wonderland, rather than just inventing them from whole cloth. I would also like to see creatures from the Wizard of Oz books.

Some might have copyright issues or other similar problems. and some are rather hard to place on the power scale, when they even fit.


Fetch = Pretty much the Doppelganger.


Dragon78 wrote:

The Wild Hunt will be in B6.

The Storm Hag was already in B5.

I missed it. I looked under "hag, storm" and couldn't find it because it is alphabetized as "storm hag". Weird.


Nightterror wrote:
Fetch = Pretty much the Doppelganger.

The stories I read described them as incorporeal ghosts of some kind.


Y'know here is a template I'd like to see:

Different environment adapted creature

Take an Animal, Magical Beast or Vermin and change their current climate conditions, like making a cold-adapted camel, a jungle-adapted deer, a tropical-ocean-adapted seal or an ocean-adapted wolf.

Just need 2 pages, with a handful of changes for several environments.


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Well the book will be going to the printers soon so we will have to wait and see what wishes from this wish list will make it in.


Dragon78 wrote:
Well the book will be going to the printers soon so we will have to wait and see what wishes from this wish list will make it in.

It' s called "Wishful Thinking" at this point then XD


Anyone have any ideas for Middle Eastern dragons from myth that could work as Azis? The Asdeev sounds like a good choice. It's draconic nature sounds more Azi-like than Div-like, and Azis are tied to Ahriman anyways so it could still work.


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Hey all

I have worked through the last few pages of this thread to add new requests to the request index sheet.

I will now be moving over to the Bestiary 7 Wish list, so if you need to make new requests for inclusion in the index, please make them there.

ttfn.

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