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Now that Bestiary 5 is out-ish-sorta it's time for us to start rambling and ranting about our monstrous desires in a new thread.

I hope for some more Australian creatures and more outsiders from the groups that are starved like protean, psychopomp, inevitables and div. Maybe even have some simple templates like Celestial but for the different elemental planes.

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Hopefully the ephialtes kyton will see a revised reprint.


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Well here we go again, since the post in Bestiary 5 wish topic is rather useless.

My Bestiary 6:

With Bestiary 5 out of the way, it’s time for my vision on Bestiary 6. What will be my ultimate bestiary 6? Well let me share my dream (to all your annoyances probably, lol, sorry can’t help being such a fanboy!)

NOTE: I know that most mythology creatures are wrong here, but I write them down here the way I like to see them in Pathfinder not in mythology.

I’ve added a lot of creatures I myself don’t care for, but I know a Bestiary without them is dull for others (lol) so I added some creatures I don’t like myself to add to the different outsider classes, but of course a Sincubus Bestiary is one that has a LOT of mythology critters, even in the outsider cases lol.

Not all names are correct, some are likely to change, much like the Mahaha Daemon, which should get a more suiting Daemon name, but Mahaha could be an alternative name for it.

No, I didn’t write this all in one go, I’ve been writhing for this for a couple of months now, and just deleted everything that ended up in Bestiary 5, and added some new stuff today.

- A Bao A Qu (Malay Myth. A charisma eating ooze creature that wants to become the perfect being by absorbing the charisma from the perfect being.)
- Aatxe (Basque Myth. Undead red bull creatures, a lovely cut-away from the usual humanoid undead.)
- Acheri (Little girl undead and loyal followers for the Horseman of Pestilence, they spread many kinds of diseases.)
- Addu (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Adze (African Myth. Firefly-like creatures that absorb/steal heat from fire and body warmth from their victims.)
- Afanc (Welsh Myth. Half beaver and half alligator, sharing the creativity of the beaver with the aggression and power of an alligator, creates traps from wood and bones.)
- Ahkiyyini (Inuit Myth. Dancing/Drumming giant skeletons that cause natural disasters with their music and dancing.)
- Aitvaras (Lithuanian Myth. Shapeshifting dragons, that take the form of dragons outdoors but the form of fiery roosters indoors.)
- Ajatar (Finnish Myth. Cobra-like serpent dragon which spits out Lemures from the portal that is inside her stomach. Her poison turns other humanoid creatures into Lemure-like creatures.)
- Alicanto (Chilean Myth. An constructed bird that looks very real, it's feathers change depending on its diet, that is mostly silver, gold and adamantium.)
- Amhuluk (Native American Myth, a lake serpent that corrupts the lake it lives in, transforming all creatures in the lake into horrible aberrations.)
- A-Mi-Kuk (Inuit Myth)
- Ammut (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Anansi (Unique Monster) (Joker, Spider Lord, Gentle but Tricky, Chaotic Good.)
- Angel, Erote (Spreads pure love with its funny arrows, child-like angels)
- Angel, Guardian (Protects a target at all cost, bounds it's life to a person and never leaves. Very Spiritual looking much like an Angelic Ghost.)
- Animal Lord, Canine Lord (As the Cat Lord is getting lonely up there)
- Archon or Azata or Agathion - Agloolik (Probably as Seal Agathion)
- Archon or Azata or Agathion - Airavata (Probably as Elephant and mount Azata)
- Archon or Azata or Agathion - Asena (Probably as Blue Wolf Archon)
- Archon or Azata or Agathion - Bai Ze (Probably as Archon)
- Archon or Azata or Agathion - Boitata (Probably as serpent Archon)
- Archon or Azata or Agathion - Byakko (Probably as Azata)
- Archon or Azata or Agathion - Enenra (Probably as smoke Archon)
- Archon or Azata or Agathion - Otso (Probably as Bear Agathion)
- Argopelter (Fearsome Critter Myth. Strange alien baboons that live in trees and throw sharp wood splinters as fast as bullets and which have whip-like arms.)
- Arrowhawk (D&D Monster, one of the only ones left, could be turned into something cool, the living arrow.)
- Ashinaga (Japanese Myth. Playable Race of very long legged humanoids.)
- Aspidochelone (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Atropal (D&D Monster, like an unborn, undead Godling.)
- Awd Goggie + Goggie Spawn (English Myth. Giant caterpillar fey which eats its victims and later disgorges them in the form of small caterpillars with human faces.)
- Azgenzak / Butatch-Ah-Illgs (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Azi - Gandareva (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Azi - Sruvara (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Azi - Zahhak (AP Monster, New Artwork)

- Baba Yaga (Unique) (It’s time for the mother of hags to join the frey!)
- Baba Yaga’s Walking Hut (Unique)
- Balaur (Slovanian Myth. Like a higher CR Hydra creature with dragon wings. It is a dragon actually.)
- Baldanders (German Myth. A ooze creature that can copy everything that it devours.)
- Batibat (Philippine Myth. Very fat and bat-tempered Dryads, created when a Dryad lost her tree to poison.)
- Bauk (Serbian Myth. Shadow Fey, often used by Dark Folk as pets, they can teleport through shadow.)
- Beetle (Bombardier + Deathwatch)
- Biloko / Eloko (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Binaye-Ahani (Native American Myth. Limbless twin creatures with eyes that shoot lightning, they work together to bring prey down and are always born twin.)
- Bog Strider (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Bogwid (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Bonguru (Solomon Myth. Boar creatures that are covered in plants that grow on their backs, a hornet nest grows underneath their throat. Very dangerous creatures.)
- Boobrie (Scottish Myth. Giant black cranes that haunt the swamps.)
- Brobinyak (English Myth. Ogres with dragon features, like wings, dragon eyes, teeth, breath-weapon and tail.)
- Brollachan or Fear Mist (Scottish Myth. Mist horrors that are created when many Fey die together, they show creatures lost in them their worst fears and possess them.)
- Brucha (Irish Myth. Strange porcupine-like constructs created by the Pukwudgies to destroy harvest and food of other creatures so they starve to death.)
- Bukavac (Slavic Myth. Like the aquatic brother of both the Basilisk and the Destrachan, mixing reptile, toad and frog, with huge dangerous horns on its head.)

- Cactus Cat (Fearsome Critter Myth. Looks like a Lynx but is actually a Cactus that can move like a Lynx, pets of the Saguaroi.)
- Camulatz (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Caspilly (Persian Myth. Very poisonous and horrid fish creatures that look like mutated Lionfish with a Unicorn-like horn, their poison hurts even ghosts and undead.)
- Catfish (Goonch & Candiru Swarm) (What is not to fear on the man-swallowing catfish called Goonch? And the Candiru Swarm likes to live inside your private parts.)
- Cath Palug (Welsh Myth. The feline cousin of the Spriggan, these jaguar-like creatures are actually fey that can shift their size depending on their moods.)
- Cerastes (Medieval Myth. Enormous sand serpents that hide below the sands and strike when creatures come close. Their poison and aura’s bring drought.)
- Chemosit / Nandi Bear (AP Monster, But rather see a new version)
- Cheshire Cat
- Chickcharney (From another Pathfinder Product Bestiary)
- Cipactli (Aztec Myth. Cool humanoid crocodile/frog/fish hybrid with maws on all its limb-joints.)
- Con Rit or Scolopendra (Vietnamese Myth. Giant sea centipedes with nasty bites and poison.)
- Cordulegaster (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Chrysaor (Greek Myth. Extremely greedy, ugly and jealous boarmen which blood spawns swarms of scorpions and which heart mutates into a giant scorpion after death.)
- Cuca (Brazilian Myth. Caiman Hags, humanoids with features of Caiman crocodiles.)
- Cu Sith (Scottish Myth. Big green dogs with close ties to nature, their drool spawns and heals plants.)
- Cwn Annwn (Welsh Myth. The hounds of the Wild Hunt, they appear as big white Doberman dogs with bright red ears, they can fly and have a strange pack mind.)

- Daemon, Erodaemon (Book of the Damned 3)
- Daemon, Mahaha (Inuit Myth. Daemons that are spawned by death by cold or ice. They have very nasty nails and hideous annoying laughter, they tickle prey to death.)
- Daemon, Makhai (Greek Myth. Death by war-violence, I like them the way they are in Wrath of the Titans.)
- Daemon, Phasmadaemon (Book of the Damned 3)
- Daemon - Sangudaemon (Book of the Damned 3)
- Daemon Lord: Horseman of Death
- Daemon Lord: Horseman of Famine
- Daemon Lord: Horseman of Pestilence
- Daemon Lord: Horseman of War
- Dalaketnon (Philippine Myth. Dark skinned humanoids that can create copies of themselves and which have strong occult powers.)
- Demon - Asag (Sumerian Myth. The earth demon in the book, it appears much like a rocky version of the Pod Demon from D&D.)
- Demon - Asag Underling (The spawn of the Asag get their own page, it can have 4 at total and it can reincarnate from any of them when killed.)
- Demon - Empusa (Greek Myth. The fire demon in the book, maybe with some mantis-like features, but the fire-hair is all I need.)
- Demon - Hala (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Demon Lord - ?? (Don't mind which one, like them all)
- Demon Lord - ?? (Don't mind which one, like them all)
- Devalpa (Arabian Myth. Curious plant creatures that can mimic the forms of an old man or child, once on your back their roots will merge with your nerve system and command you to become their slaves.)
- Devil - Gambling (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Devil – Hellequin (French Myth. All they want to have is some fun! But to have some fun these infernal jesters require from you your very life.)
- Devil Lord - ?? (Don't mind which one, like them all)
- Devil Lord - ?? (Don't mind which one, like them all)
- Devil Lord - ?? (Don't mind which one, like them all)
- Digester (The boring D&D monster revised into a cool ooze-spitting and ooze-hunting horror.)
- Dijiang (Chinese Myth. Strange embodiments of raw chaos, while they are friendly and just want to dance and play, their dangerous auras destroy everything with raw chaos.)
- Dingonek (African Myth. Strange chimerae made out of parts of Smilodon, Pangolin and Walrusses.)
- Dinosaur: Carnotaurus + Gorgonopsid (Gorgonopsid gets the Artwork)
- Dinosaur: Liopleurodon + Tanystropheus (Tanystropheus gets the Artwork)
- Div - Arszhenk (Persian Myth. Much like a Goristro from D&D, these red Minotaurs appear much like the Blood Lords from Diablo 2.)
- Div - Asdeev (Persian Myth. Appearing like a beautiful white dragon, this female creatures can turn into mist and fog and are very deceptive.)
- Div - Bushyasta (Persian Myth. The female Div of Sloth, their appearance is very lazy, and their aura’s bring sloth, slowness and forgetfulness.)
- Div - Druj Nasu (Persian Myth. A very disgusting fly-like female Div that brings corruption and pollution everywhere it goes, it appears much as the D&D Chasme.)
- Div - Fulad-Zereh (Persian Myth. Dressed in a magical living armor, these Balor-like Div are among the most powerful of their species!)
- Djieien (Native American Myth. Undead Solifugid vermin that hide their horrid hearts so they can’t die, for this reason they are also known as Lich Spiders.)
- Dobhar-Chu (Irish Myth. So cute and adorable! But don’t let their cute faces fool you, once they show their fangs there is no way back. Dangerous Otter monsters.)
- Dragon: Apocalypse Dragon (It’s breath-weapon is a random one, one of the other dragons breath weapon or a mixture of all.)
- Dragon: Death Dragon (It’s breath-weapon steals your soul.)
- Dragon: Famine Dragon (It’s breath-weapon destroys everything edible also your flesh.)
- Dragon: Pestilence Dragon (It’s breath-weapon spreads diseases, how logical lol.)
- Dragon: War Dragon (It’s breath-weapon spreads negative energy and makes creatures very hostile, but it also does damage to the mind and spirit.)
- Drake, Negative Energy (The counterpart of the Positive Drake, this creature puts everyone in a endless depression.)
- Drake, Positive Energy (YES, I left Ravid off my wishlist, as it won’t appear anyway, you really hate it with passion, so this Drake takes it place!)
- Drop Bear (Australian Cryptid. A not so cute Koala bear that drops itself onto its prey from great height.)

- Earwig (Swarm + Giant) (Giant Earwig gets artwork)(One in your ear would be bad, but an entire swarm running through your brains, imagine that!.)
- Elemental, Nature (Everything that is boring about a Wood Elemental is cool about this avatar of nature.)
- Elemental, Rainbow (Kwamang-A)(African Myth. Rainbow Elementals are friendly neutral elementals which bring happiness everywhere it goes.)
- Elemental, Time (Lost in time? Blame these awesome Elemental masterminds.)
- Entulla (Medieval Myth. When nature has too much wild, chaotic and destructive energy, it sometimes spontaneously creates an dangerous Antelope monster called an Entulla, Wild Energy incarnate.)
- Eurypterid (Normal + Giant) (AP Monster, New Artwork)(Common! How can these beasties not yet be in a hardcover bestiary? They should have been like 3 bestiaries ago.)

- Familiar, Arkan Sonney, Beaver, Caladrius, Fossa, Squonk (Mostly supernatural animals, but also the beaver and the Fossa, which is my favorite animal!)(Arkan Sonney increases luck)(Caladrius is a very effective healer of all types of sickness, it appears as a white dove.)(Squonk just likes to drown in its own tears.)
- Fear Eater (Occult Bestiary, Same Artwork)
- Fear Gorta (Irish Myth. Nasty grass which corrupts everyone that steps on it, turning them into hungry minions for its endless hunger, also known as Hunger Grass.)
- Fenrir (Unique) (Norse Myth. Too big to be true, CR 30 monster, devourer of worlds.)
- Fleshwarp, Camahueto (Chilean Myth. These are the results of fleshwarping on some aquatic race, only looking at these bizarre mutants makes unborn babies aberrations and your own skin also melt into something monstrous.)
- Fleshwarp, Oronci (Inner Sea Bestiary, New Artwork)
- Formian, Abomination (Horrible abominations among the Formians, outcast.)
- Frost Fir (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Fungus Queen (Inner Sea Bestiary, New Artwork)

- Gaasyendietha (Native American Myth. Meteor Dragons that cross time and space in meteor form to crash on planets to devour and deplete all life from it.)
- Ga-Gorib (African Myth. I merge these with the American HideBehind. They always seem to be behind you, and like the D&D Zorbo they can absorb everything in their skin.)
- Galtzagorri (Basque Myth. Grumpy Fey which finish most work within seconds, they are Ladybug themed and always wear red.)
- Gaueko (Basque Myth. Masters over the night, shadow and darkness, they hate all creatures that don’t fear the darkness they love and murder them for sport.)
- Gawigawen (Philippine Myth. 5 headed giants with each their special scream-attack, their magical tattoos can be summoned from their magical skin.)
- Giant, Negative Energy Plane (As the Negative Energy plane can use some life-forms.)
- Giant, Positive Energy Plane (As the Positive Energy plane can use some life-forms.)
- Giant, Shadow (Inner Sea Bestiary)
- Gigas, Abaddon
- Gigas, Hell
- Gigas, New (enter anything you like here)
- Gigas Clam (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Gloson (Swedish Myth. Undead boars with very sharp razors on their back and burning breath attacks. Because we NEED more non-humanoid undead guys.)
- Gnome, Cloud (Nuberu) (Spanish Myth. The cloud-riding grumpy Wind Gnomes which love to blow you off your feet.)
- Gnome, Pyro (Curupira) (Brazilian Myth. The fiery-haired, peccary-riding fire Gnomes that love to start fires.)
- Gnome, Snow (Barbegazi) (Swiss Myth. The big-footed, frozen haired snow and ice gnomes that love to start avalanches.)
- Goblin Monkey (Inner Sea Bestiary, New Artwork)
- Golem, Magnetic (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Golem, Treasure
- Griffon, Sak (Egyptian Myth. A strange and beautiful wingless Griffon species. A flower grows on the end of their tail which attracts prey, mostly horses, to them.)
- Gulon (Swedish Myth. A magical wolverine creature which hunger is never sated.)

- Helhest (Danish Myth. Undead horses of pure coolness, they have only 3 normal legs and one incorporeal leg. They mostly transport Dullahan and other undead.)
- Horerczy (+ Alp Swarm) (German Myth. Strange toad-like aberrations which spit out swarms of butterfly-like Alps which feed on breath from sleeping creatures, then return to their Horerczy master to feed it.)
- Hrokkall (Icelandic Myth. While they have the size of a normal Eel, their saw-like blades that run across their entire length are sure to cause some extra damage.)

- Ichneumon (Egyptian Myth. Very small Mongoose like creatures that love to torture and hunt dragons of all kinds. Very small but high CR.)
- Illhveli - Hrosshvalur (Icelandic Myth. One of the evil whales from Iceland, this one loves to ram itself onto ships and is called the Horse Whale.)
- Illhveli - Katthveli (Icelandic Myth. One of the evil whales from Iceland, this one has the temper and behavior of a big spoiled cat.)
- Illhveli - Raudkembingur (Icelandic Myth. One of the evil whales from Iceland, this one has a very red appearance and is the biggest and worst of them all.)
- Imoogi (Korean Myth. A gentle and good-natured dragon that longs to once roam the skies on wings, but it first has to do many good deeds before it gains such wings.)
- Imoogi Evolved Form (Once the Imoogi did its good-deeds it turns into its winged form, it will continue to do good deeds.)
- Indus Worm (Medieval Myth. Enormous white worms that live in water, strange combination!)
- Inevetable - Yarahkut (AP Bestiary)
- Inevetable 2 (Really don't care which one)
- Intergalactic Hunter (Predator-like creatures that hunt for powerful species of monsters across the universe.)
- Invunche (Strange flesh golem-like constructs which are intelligent, created from tortured flesh of young humanoids, they look very creepy.)
- Isopod (Giant + Deep Sea) (The Deep Sea Isopod recently appeared in a horror-movie, the pathfinder version is just as tongue-replacing as those.)

- Jidra (Arabian Myth. These evolved Shambling Mound creatures root themselves in a location and start draining the life from all other living creatures through their horrid roots.)
- Jubokko (Japanese Myth. Also known as the Vampire Trees, these horrid red-leaved trees grow around battlefields and are created when a tree absorbs too much blood and horror, Vampires of all species love them and keep them in their gardens.)

- Kaiju 1 (Don't mind which ones, something very different from the ones we know)
- Kaiju 2 (Don't mind which ones, something very different from the ones we know)
- Kaiju 3 (Don't mind which ones, something very different from the ones we know)
- Kamaitachi (Japanese Myth. Many cool things can be done with these extreme fast weasel monsters with scythe-like claws, they are called Sickle Weasels for a reason.)
- Kami, Fukujin (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Kami, Kaminari (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Kami, Suijin (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Kammikaze Cactus (Don’t come to close or they explode in your face.)
- Kampe (Greek Myth. Much like the Lamia these are centaur-like creatures, but instead of a horse or lion lowerbody these ultra-centauric creatures have the lowerbody of a dragon.)
- Kappa, Suiko (Japanese Myth. The evil, big brothers of the Kappa, they turn other Kappa more hostile and have horns growing out of their kneepads.)
- Kasha (Japanese Myth. Cat-like outsiders which collect corpses to sell to other outsiders or evil creatures.)
- Kaw Kaw (Maltese Myth. Much like the Banderhobb from D&D 4th edition 3rd Monster Manual, or like the Pokemon Swalot.)
- Keukegen (Japanese Myth. Pets of the Horseman of Pestilence, these furry little things look so cuddly, but after you cuddle them you want to scratch your own skin off.)
- Kludde (Belgian Myth. Wolves with the wings of bats, that is a cool start, but their bites bring hallucinations of the worst kind, making you lost in otherwise familiar environments.)
- Knucker (English Myth. Very long wingless drakes that live in strange water holes and which never can stand still for long, making them hard to hit with ranged attacks.)
- Kokogiak (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Korir-Kokembe (Inner Sea Bestiary, New Artwork)
- Krampus (Unique) (One one Krampus exists, but when you kill it a new one will spawn the next Christmas. Tell me… did you behave yourself this year? Krampus knows all.)
- Kumiho (Korean Myth. NO Kitsune SUCKS, we want a REAL 9-tailed fox in Pathfinder, one that doesn’t take a stupid humanoid form!)
- Kurage-No-Hinotama (Japanese Myth. These fiery jellyfish don’t need the ocean, they can hover in the air.)
- Kyton - Aeternae (Medieval Myth. These sickly yellow kytons look more like demons, but they use their own bones as weapons, their bone-growth is extreme and their saw-like bones stick from their skin.)
- Kyton - Jack-In-Irons (English Myth. Giants among the Kyton, they love to torture and often work for Fey.)
- Kyton - Osschaart (Dutch Myth. Pets of the Kyton, these appear as black furry horrors dressed entirely in heavy chains, their aura increases the gravity on other creatures and make them suffer like they have increased crushing weight on their shoulders.)
- Kyton - Termagant (Inner Sea Bestiary, Same Artwork)
- Kyton - Wanyudo (Japanese Myth. A flaming wheel with a tortured head in the middle, the wheel crushes everything under it and burns it at the same time, some plaything of the Kytons.)

- Lavellan (Scottish Myth. These mutant Shrews are the most poisonous creatures in pathfinder EVER, their poison hurts even creatures otherwise immune to poison and even the Vishkanya take step back when they encounter them.)
- Lechuza (Mexican Myth. Hags with a owl fetish, they can turn into owls, into harpy-like owls and into humanoid hags, they stalk the night and bring with them pure silence.)
- Leshy, Cactus
- Leshy, Rose
- Lily (Hail Lily & Infernal Lily) (Infernal Lily has the Artwork)(Infernal Lilies are strange plants that grow alongside volcanoes and lava streams, they spit fireballs like in Mario! Cool! Haha)
- Linnorm – Fafnir (Norse Myth. There are only 4 of these Golden Linnorms and they embody pure greed. When you kill a Fafnir you are cursed into becoming one yourself.)
- Linnorm – Nidhogg (Norse Myth. These rare underground linnorms burrow through the earth destroying important plants and creatures from below the soil.)
- Living Sandstorm (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Lizard (Giant Gila Monster + Giant Moloch) (Gila Monster gets Artwork)
- Lou Carcolh (French Myth. Very colorful but dangerous snail horrors with long tentacles which they use to pull victims toward them in their sewer lairs.)
- Lycanthrope - Werebadger (Mostly Halflings suffer this curse.)
- Lycanthrope - Wereraven

- Magic Magnet Ooze (Other name, but some magic-eating Ooze)
- Mambabarang (Philppine Myth. Hags that appear to be black-skinned humans with insect-like features such as fly-eyes. They control al vermin.)
- Mami-Wata (Unique)
- Maneater (From castlevania game, the strange red worms that live inside the skulls of titans.)
- Mantis (Cactus & Killer) (This book needs some cactus love, so the Cactus Mantis pretends to be a cactus to hunt prey.)
- Mapinguari (Brazilian Myth. Just search google for them, nuff said.)
- Marabbecca (Italian Myth. Horrid abominations that live inside towns water wells, their long limbs can pull in children from afar.)
- Megafauna (Diproptodon & Procoptodon) (Procoptodon has the Artwork)(Who doesn’t love giant Wombats and Kangaroos from down under?)
- Mercury Ooze (Turn this intelligent and you have the perfect Terminator 2 clone.)
- Migas (African Myth. Pretty much like the Darktentacles from D&D and the Watcher in the Water from Lord of the Rings.)
- Minotaur, Erchitu (Spanish Myth. While once very gentle minotaur-species, these giant white ox-folk are tortured by little imp-like creatures constantly so they became very mad in the process. Pretty much has something in common with the creature from the 1986 movie Labyrinth.)
- Mishibhizhiw (Native American Myth. Awesome water panthers, but much better that Sea Cats.)
- Mokoi (Australian Myth. Humanoid undead which hunt for magic-users, much like the Baykok.)
- Morgodea (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Muscaliet (Medieval Myth. Strange small chimerae that combine rabbit, boar and squirrel. They live in the Abyss and are very hot, so once they find a way to the material plane they burn away entire forests. They are pretty much like Baregara and Bebilith.)

- Nalusa Falaya (Native American Myth. Evil Lemur-like creatures which gaze paralyzes and which voodoo spikes turn other creatures into evil reflections of their former self. One of the most evil creatures ever.)
- Namazu (Japanese Myth. Giant catfish creatures that cause earthquakes.)
- Nguruvilu (Mapuche Myth. Fox Snakes which are so agile they are very hard to catch and hit, very evasive, much like the Teumessian Fox.)
- Nightshade, Nightbloom (Awesome nightshade flowers with pure black petals)
- Nightshade, Nightslither (Slithering Nightshade Oozes.)
- Nodeppo (Japanese Myth. Evil flying squirrels which can spit out illusions to scare other creatures off cliffs, they mostly spit out illusionary swarms of spiders or bats.)
- Nurikabe (Japanese Myth. Ooze creatures that can take the forms of walls and blockades.)
- Nymph, Swamp (Abere) (Melanesian Myth. Unlike most Nymphs the Abere is a very vile and carnivorous beauty. They can control the plants around them and their kiss turns victims into plants.)

- Odontotyrannos (Greek Myth. Like the tyrannosaurus from the realm of the demons, these monstrous carnivores appear to be red tyrannosaurus rexes with spikes all over their bodies, no wonder your name means Tooth Tyrant.)
- Oni - Nekomata (Oni that possess catfolk turn into Nekomata, addicted to attention they often fake being cute two-tailed kittens, only to strike when least expected.)
- Oni - Nogitsune (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Oni - Omukade (Oni that possess centipedes turn into Omukades, their endless bodies crush everything they encounter.)
- Oni - Sazae-Oni (Oni that possess merfolk turn into the horrifying Sazae-Oni, they appear as sea snails and from their shells also grow humanoid female parts.)
- Oni - Tesso (Oni that possess Ratfolk turn into the strange Tesso which control rats, have adamantium teeth and claws.)
- Oni - Tsuchigumo (Oni that possess Bebilith, Driders or Jorogumo turn into Tsuchigumo.
- Oni - Yamabushi Tengu (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Otoroshi (Japanese Myth. Guardians of Portals, these ugly hairy creatures appear wherever there are portals into other realms.)

- Panotti (Medieval Myth. The creatures with huge ears, and you can play with them!)
- Phane (I love these time-controlling freaks from D&D, I wonder why Paizo hasn’t use them yet.)
- Phthisic (From the D&D psionic handbook, these bizarre creatures born from a sick mind were my favorites.)
- Piasa (Native American Myth. Half manticore, half dragon and half sphinx the Piasa is a bizarre monster that can turn itself into a living wall painting to stalk prey.)
- Poludnica (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Prehistoric Fish (Dunkleosteus + Xiphactinus)
- Protean - Azuretzi (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Protean - Ourdivar (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Protean - New
- Protean - New
- Protean - New
- Psoglav (Serbian Myth. Ugly embodiments of Famine, these very thin humanoids appear to be dog-headed, goat legged men with a single eye.)
- Psychopomp - Kere (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Psychopomp - Shoki (Inner Sea Bestiary)
- Psychopomp - Viduus (Inner Sea Bestiary)
- Pyropiscis (AP Monster, Same Artwork)

- Qlipphoth 1 (Don't care which one)
- Qlipphoth 2 (Don't care which one)

- Raiju (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Rakshasa, Hannya (Japanese Myth. What appears to be a simple mask turns into a possessive horror once worn, slowly turning the victim into a new Rakshasa.)
- Rakshasa, Raktavija (Hindu Myth. Also known as Blood Lords, these Rakshasa are obsessed with blood, they can control and shape their own blood into any form they like.)
- Rarog (Slavic Myth. Also bored with the gentle Phoenix? Try these evil Phoenix creatures, born from the corrupted ashes from a normal phoenix.)
- Raven Mocker (Native American Myth. These raven-men are attracted to places where death lingers so they can torture the dying and feed on the dead.)
- Robot, Director (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Robot, Collector (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Robot, Torturer (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Robot, Surgeon (AP Monster, Same Artwork)

- Sasquatch, Fear Liath (Scottish Myth. Grey furred mountain Sasquatch with powerful psychic abilities such as telepathy. They stalk folks lost in the mountains with their psychic assaults and they feed on fear, they can also summon thick fog to make the scene even more haunting.)
- Satyr, Huay Chivo (Aztec Myth. These lords of all animals are never found alone, they mostly appear with one or two animals helping them, these are evil Satyrs.)
- Saumen Kar (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Scrivenite (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Sea Anemone (Darkforest & Deep Tiger)
- Sea Serpent - Bakunawa (Philippine Myth. Shadow Sea Serpents that destroy light whenever they go, their liquid shadows track down every source of light and destroy it, that’s they are also known as Eclipse Serpents.)
- Sea Serpent - Haietlik (Native American Myth. While being small for a Sea Serpent species, they crackle with lightning and their spear-like heads can turn them into living spears that sting with lightning as well.)
- Sea Serpent - Jormungandr (Unique) (Norse Myth. Like its brother Fenrir this colossal sea-or-better-called space serpent travels space, devouring worlds on its path. It is three times the size of the biggest Kaiju.)
- Serpopard (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Shark (Cookiecutter Swarm & Helicoprion)
- Shellycoat (Scottish Myth. Hermit Fey that live in giant shells and which dress themselves in magical and sharp shells, they steal voices and they use giant shells as weapons and shields.)
- Sianach (Scottish Myth. Monstrous evil Elks that got created by Hags, their antlers are full of ritualistic runes, totems and other decorations to enhance their abilities.)
- Sigbin (Philippine Myth. Annoying shadow jumpers in the form of a Shadow Kangaroo, these creatures FEED on shadows.)
- Sirrush (Dragon Wolves which hunt for evil dragons in groups of 3 individuals, they can however merge together to become a awesome three-headed version, so they can hunt for even the biggest dragons.)
- Skrik Nettle (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Skull Ripper (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Slenderman (Everyone wants the Slenderman, not the Thinman! Paizo make it happen!)
- Slithering Pit (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Sphinx, Elder (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Spider (Giant Trapdoor + Giant Net Casting Spider) (The most awesome of real-world spiders never got their own monsters? How come!?)
- Splintercat (Fearsome Critter Myth. Pachycephalosaurus meets Puma.)
- Sprite, Attorcroppes (German Myth. Poisonous Sprites with snake-features and with a love for all snakes, they often serve the Vishkanya.)
- Sprite, Ishigaq (Inuit Myth. An evil sprite which got its heart frozen by a Winter Hag, they often serve Winter Hags and are very cold hearted and cruel.)
- Starfish (Giant Thorncrown + Giant Whiplash) (Giant Thorncrowns not only destroy the reefs they also devour coastal villages, and Giant Whiplash make punishment by whip lashes seem like a joke.)
- Strix (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Swamp Barracuda (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Syrinx (Inner Sea Bestiary, New Artwork)

- Tailypo (Unique) (Tailypo, I Want My Tailypo! Tailypo, I Need my Tailypo!)
- Tempest, Akashita (Japanese Myth. The Juvenile form of Tempest is known as the Akashita, they still have a lot of growing to do, they appear as living clouds with bizarre tongues.)
- Tempest, Planetnik (Slavic Myth. The full grown tempests are known as Planetniks, they are living storms and bring ruin to whatever lies underneath them.)
- Template 1 (Probably something with the Mutant-Thing of the Amhuluk.)
- Template 2 (I have no idea, whatever you like)
- Template 3 (I have no idea, whatever you like)
- Template 4 (I have no idea, whatever you like)
- Tenaga (Japanese Myth. Another 0HD race, but these have very long arms.)
- Tenome (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Tera-Tsutsuki or Chaos Pecker (Japanese Myth. These woodpeckers from hell bring destruction wherever they go, a single Tera is already a threat, but a whole swarm of them can bring an entire city to its knees.)
- Thane 1 (We need more thanes! They are awesome!)
- Thane 2
- Thing (movie)
- Thriae, Abomination (Not as sweet looking as the other Thriae, these are pure abominations of horror.)
- Titan, Zogbanu (African Myth. Enormous primal titans with horrid spiky forms, from their hunched backs grow terrible horns. They are very primitive Titans but among the most powerful of all Jungle residents.)
- Troll, Blood Troll (Don’t make these horrifying trolls angry or they explode into your face! But their extreme regeneration skills quickly fix them into shape again, even after an explosion!)
- Troll, Earth Troll (Like the Antaeus from Greek Myths these trolls have strong connections with the earth below their feet, nothing can destroy them while they are in connection with the earth.)
- Tsemaus (Desert + Sea) (Native American Myth. Horrible shark-like fish that can live both in water and in sand, their dorsal fin is extremely sharp and they use it to cut other creatures and boats in half.)

- Ugjuknarpak (Inuit Myth. Probably related to the Ahuizotl, these pure white horrors mostly hide underneath turned boats and use their spike-like tail to pierce their victims with, their own skin is like that of the Nemean Lion.)
- Umdhlebi (AP Monster, New Artwork)
- Unicorn, Abada (African Myth. AH how cute! A very small unicorn! So ratfolk and pixies can have their own unicorn steed!)
- Unicorn, Indrik (Russian Myth. While the Abada is extremely small, the Indrik is enormous! A huge unicorn, so that Rune Giants can also ride their own Unicorns, uhm, oh wait!)
- Unicorn, Shadhavar (Persian Myth. Evil fey-infused unicorns with magical abilities over sound and songs. They are carnivorous and the most evil of all unicorns.)
- Urmahlullu (Need a wemic in Pathfinder? Try the Urmahlullu! These liontaurs are also a playable race.)
- Utlunta / Spearfinger / Stone or Mountain Hag (Native American Myth. So many names for such a cool creature, these stone-skinned mountain hags have one creepy long finger which can animate stone statues into her minions.)

- Vampire, Vetala (Inner Sea Bestiary, New Artwork)
- Vilkacis (AP Monster, Same Artwork)
- Vrykolakas (AP Monster, Same Artwork)

- Walking Stick (Giant & Fossil) (Fossilized Walking Sticks are awesome critters and of course get the Picture in the book, they are half wood half fossilized stone, much like Opal.)
- Water Wraith (Inner Sea Bestiary, New Artwork)
- Whirlmaw (Inner Sea Bestiary, New Artwork)
- Wolpertinger (AP Monster, New Artwork)

- Xing Tian (Chinese Myth. Undead Blemmyes, nuff said!)

- Yale (Medieval Myth. Awesome fey animals that Erlking mostly use as steeds. Their skin is like a chameleon, yes I stole that from Parandrus, and their horns can be twisted into any form they desire.)
- Yanagi-Baba (Japanese Myth. Awesome plant hags, connected to their sad willow trees like a dryad and spreading sadness everywhere they go. This creature in a team-up with a Hangman Tree would be a deadly combination lol.)
- Yara-Ma-Yha-Who (Australian Myth. Everyones favorite red Australian myth, hurry up! Search them on google! There is too much to say! So awesome!)
- Ya-Te-Veo (African Myth. If Lovecraft made a tree monster, he would have made this. Roper meets plant.)
- Yeitso (Native American Myth. Outsider Giants with pangolin features, which use their own bodies as weapons.)

- Zaratan (Arabian Myth. While the Aspidochelone is the living island, the much smaller Zaratan is small enough to notice human prey, but big enough to swallow you whole. They are bulbasaur/Venusaur incarnate.)
- Zhenniao (Chinese Myth. Beautiful green poisonous birds, much like the Secretary Birds, they are often found near Vishkanya cities and they are kept as pets by them.)
- Zitiron (Medieval Myth. Cursed merfolk which armor got melted into their flesh, now they are their own bred of creatures and they are VERY war-minded.)
- Zlatorog (Slovenian Myth. Beautiful golden-horned chamois creatures with blood that sprouts healing flowers. Overhunted by humans for their golden horns and blood, they became aggressive to humanoids.)
- Zombie, Bloater (from that one shooter game, if you kill it, it will explode)

Aberration: Amhuluk / A-Mi-Kuk / Argopelter / Azgenzak / Bogwid / Bukavac / Chemosit / Digester / Fleshwarp (Camahueto & Oronci) / Horerczy / Kaw Kaw / Keukegen / Kurage-No-Hinotama / Lavellan / Lou Carcolh / Maneater / Mapinguari / Marabbecca / Migas / Otoroshi / Phthisic / Skrik Nettle / Thing / Whirlmaw / Yara-Ma-Yha-Who

Animal: Catfish (Goonch & Candiru Swarm) / Dinosaur (Carnotaurus, Gorgonopsid, Liopleurodon & Tanystropheus) / Drop Bear / Familiar (Beaver + Fossa) / Hrokkall / Lizard (Giant Gilamonster + Giant Moloch) / Megafauna (Diproptodon & Procoptodon) / Prehistoric Fish (Dunkleosteus & Xiphactinus) / Shark (Cookiecutter Swarm + Helicoprion) / Spider (Giant Trapdoor & Giant Net Casting Spider) / Splintercat / Swamp Barracuda

Construct: Alicanto / Baba Yaga’s Chicken Hut / Brucha / Golem (Magnetic & Treasure) / Invunche / Robot (Director, Collector, Torturer & Surgeon) / Skull Ripper

Dragon: Aitvaras / Ajatar / Azi (Gandareva, Sruvara & Zahhak) / Balaur / Apocalypse Dragons (Apocalypse, Death, Famine, Pestilence & War) / Drake (Negative & Positive) / Gaasyendietha / Imoogi / Kampe / Knucker / Korir-Kokembe / Linnorm (Fafnir & Nidhogg) / Piasa / Sea Serpent (Bakunawa, Haietlik & Jormungandr) / Sirrush

Fey: Awd Goggie / Batibat / Bauk / Biloko / Cath Palug / Cu Sith / Entulla / Fear Eater / Galtzagorri / Kludde / Krampus / Morgodea / Nymph (Abere) / Poludnica / Satyr (Huay-Chivo) / Shellycoat / Slenderman / Sprite (Attorcroppes & Ishigaq) / Tailypo / Thane (1 + 2) / Unicorn (Abada & Shadhavar) / Yale

Humanoid: Ashinaga / Dalaketnon / Giant (Negative Energy, Positive Energy & Shadow) / Gnome (Nuberu, Curupira & Barbegazi) / Goblin Monkey / Lycanthrope (Werebadger & Wereraven) / Mami-Wata / Panotti / Strix / Syrinx / Tenaga / Troll (Blood & Earth)

Magical Beast: Addu / Adze / Afanc / Aspidochelone / Bog Strider / Bonguru / Boobrie / Camulatz / Caspilly / Cerastes / Cheshire Cat / Chickcharney / Cipactli / Cwn Annwn / Dingonek / Dobhar-Chu / Familiar (Arkan Sonney, Caladrius & Squonk) / Ga-Gorib / Gigas Clam / Griffon (Sak) / Gulon / Ichneumon / Illhveli (Hrosshvalur, Katthveli & Raudkembingur) / Kaiju (all 3) / Kamaitachi / Kokogiak / Kumiho / Mishibhiziw / Namazu / Nguruvilu / Nodeppo / Pyropiscis / Serpopard / Sianach / Sphinx (Elder) / Tera-Tsutsuki / Tsemaus / Ugjuknarpak / Unicorn (Indrik) / Water Wraith / Wolpertinger / Zaratan / Zhenniao / Zlatorog

Monstrous Humanoid: Baba Yaga / Brobinyak / Chrysaor / Cuca / Gawigawen / Kappa (Suiko) / Lechuza / Mambabarang / Minotaur (Erchitu) / Psoglav / Sasquatch (Fear Liath) / Saumen Kar / Tenome / Urmahlullu / Utlunta / Yanagi-Baba / Zitiron

Outsider Elementals: Elemental (Nature, Rainbow & Time) / Living Sandstorm / Raiju / Rarog / Tempest (Akashita & Planetnik)

Outsider Evil: Ammut / Binaye-Ahani / Cordulegaster / Daemon (Erodaemon, Mahaha, Makhai, Phasmadaemon, Sangudaemon) / Daemon Lord (Death, Famine, Pestilence & War) / Demon (Asag, Empusa & Hala) / Demon Lord (?? & ??) / Devil (Gambling & Hellequin) / Devil Lord (??, ?? & ??) / Div (Arszhenk, Asdeev, Bushyasta, Druj Nasu & Fulad-Zereh) / Gigas (Abaddon, Hell & ??) / Kasha / Kyton (Aeternae, Jack-in-Irons, Osschaart, Termagant & Wanyudo) / Nalusa Falaya / Odontotyrannos / Oni (Nekomata, Nogitsune, Omukade, Sazae-Oni, Tesso, Tsuchigumo & Yamabushi Tengu) / Phane / Qlipphoth (?? & ??) / Rakshasa (Hannya & Raktavija) / Titan (Zogbanu) / Yeitso

Outsider Good: Anansi / Angel (Erote & Guardian) / Animal Lord (Canine) / Agathion (Agloolik & Otso) / Archon (Asena, Bai Ze, Boitata & Enenra) / Azata (Airavata & Byakko)

Outsider Neutral: Arrowhawk / Dijiang / Fenrir / Formian (Abomination) / Inevetable (Yarahkut & ??) / Intergalactic Hunter / Kami (Fukujin, Kaminari & Suijin) / Muscaliet / Protean (Azuretzi, Ourdivar, ??, ?? & ??) / Psychopomp (Kere, Shoki & Viduus) / Scrivenite / Thriae (Abomination)

Plant: Cactus Cat / Devalpa / Fear Gorta / Frost Fir / Fungus Queen / Jidra / Jubokko / Kammikaze Cactus / Leshy (Cactus & Rose) / Lily (Hail & Infernal) / Umdhlebi / Ya-Te-Veo

Ooze: A Bao A Qu / Baldanders / Magic Magnet Ooze / Mercury Ooze / Nurikabe / Slithering Pit

Undead: Aatxe / Acheri / Ahkiyyini / Atropal / Brollachan / Djieien / Gaueko / Gloson / Helhest / Mokoi / Nightshade (Bloom & Slither) / Raven Mocker / Sigbin / Vampire (Vetala) / Vilkacis / Vrykolakas / Xing Tian / Zombie (Bloater)

Vermin: Beetle (Bombardier & Deathwatch) / Con Rit / Earwig (Swarm + Giant Earwig) / Eurypterid (Normal + Giant) / Indus Worm / Isopod (Giant + Deep Sea) / Mantis (Cactus Mantis + Killer Mantis) / Sea Anemone (Darkforest + Deep Tiger) / Starfish (Giant Thorncrown & Giant Whiplash) / Walking Stick (Giant & Fossil)

Template: ?? / ?? / ?? / ??

0HD Playable Races: Ashnaga / Goblin Monkey / Panotti / Strix / Syrinx / Tenaga

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It would be awesome if people could *not* put repeats in this thread. It makes keeping track of things soooooooo much easier.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
It would be awesome if people could *not* put repeats in this thread. It makes keeping track of things soooooooo much easier.

I'm having trouble understanding. What does "repeats" mean? Does this mean reposting requests from other threads?

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Well, there's some of that (I personally think that the Bestiary 5 Wishlist thread still has plenty of things to mine, and I fear that this thread is going to have 95% of what was mentioned in that thread and very few new things).

What I'm mainly talking about is how the Bestiary 5 wishlist thread got so clunky and hard to use because people were requesting the same things every few weeks (or months in some cases). Most of the time it was these huge lists and the lists would be repeated each time. I started trying to keep up with the Bestiary 5 Wishlist thread, but gave up after two pages.

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I see. Thank you for the insight! ^_^


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Perhaps instead of posting giant lists we should post something like no more than 10 per time?


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In Dominican Folklore El Baka its a demon that its given to someone as part of an infernal contract. A Baka its a creature with the task of protecting the holdings of the contractor for the period of time specified in it. During the period of time one is under the protection of the baka all kind of business will be fruitful, crops will grow exceedingly well, cattle will multiply, but after the baka leaves you it is said that it either takes your fortune or whatever else it is you value the most (family members, health)
it takes the form of black animal usually a bull or dog of extraordinary bulk and red eyes


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How many creatures do we have based on Amerindian and Euro-American folk tale mythology? I'd like to see some creatures based on existing legends, like the chupacabra, Mothman and sasquatch we've already got.

This is sort of what I'm talking about. Snipes, the Hidebehind, hell, even Jackelopes could be cool. Joint snakes, a snake that can break itself apart and put itself back together, strike me as being particularly suited to Pathfinderization.

Also, you mention "huge lists"—would it help or be part of the problem if every few pages someone gathered all the previously-mentioned creatures together into one big list post?


I haven't figured out what's on the Bestiary 5, but if the Hadhayosh hasn't been on there, I still think it's an interesting choice-maybe even an evil version of the creature?

Another creature I recommend getting on the spot is the mokele-mbembe. I'm a huge fan of that cryptid, and seeing it get a spot on the Bestiary (with some new artwork) would be amazing.

Speaking of which...has there been statistics for the emela-ntouka? If not, that thing also would be cool to see in Pathfinder.

Scarab Sages

As a bit of a different take (and this might be exactly what Paizo does anyway), I'd actually like to see less in the vein of digging up mythology and then creating creatures around that, and more of thinking up really interesting mechanics and then designing the creature around them.

As a for instance, one of my favorite creatures in any of the Bestiaries is the Gearghost, which is built completely around this mechanic of being able to rearm traps as move actions (or was it swift?). Another one is the Ankhet in B5 (which was originally in Mummy's Mask), which is built around being a defender of a building, with mechanics for the players to capture one.

Anyway, I like to flip through the bestiaries when I'm designing encounters and look specifically at the creature abilities just as much as the fluff of the creature.


collective and more organized list(Archons):

Archon,Nun

Archon,Fox

Archon,drumer

Archon,Harp

Archon,Leo

Archon,navigator

Archon,maiden

Archon,matriarch

Archon,executioner

Archon,castle

Archon,tinker

Archon,enchanter

Archon,Jackal

Archon,Falcon

Archon,sun

Archon,moon

Archon,ambassador

Archon,crusader

Archon,courtesan

Archon,mason

Archon,Purity

Archon,watcher

Angel,Martyr

Angel,Judgment

Angel,Hierophant

Angel,caretaker

Angel,shadow

Archon,bishop

Archon,Rook

Archon,deacon

Archon,cup-bearer

Archon,elder

Archon,Bow

Archon,hospitaller

Archon,banner

Archon,broker

Archon,polar

Archon,mourner

Archon,dragon

Archon,falcon

Archon,chain

Archon,steed

Archon,hammer

Archon,interrogator

Archon,justicar

Archon,song

Archon,Fire

Archon,Air

Archon,Earth

Archon,Water

Archon,Herald

Archon,emperor

Archon,prince

Archon,undertaker

Archon,Rune


álfar(elf like fey, mythological elves)


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:


Also, you mention "huge lists"—would it help or be part of the problem if every few pages someone gathered all the previously-mentioned creatures together into one big list post?

Someone was compiling the wishlists into one document. I started, but I think another person surpassed me in keeping things up to date.

We could just do that again...and post the link at the top of every new page.

Basically...Wes and Adam...what can we do to make this thread more reader friendly for you guys? I mean I can't disagree with Adam...the lists had a habit of getting super long and I could never remember what was new and what had been posted. Especially if the threat gets into multiple pages.


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I wouldn't mind seeing reprints of every creature from past APs, Modules, etc. Heck I wouldn't mind a hardcover bestiary with nothing but reprints.

I am sad that after 5 hardcover bestiaries not one has had a gigas.

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It does bother me a little that the gigas are so spread out.

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There's something I've been wondering about for a while.

Book of the Damned: Princes of Darkness mentions oinos kytons. We've never seen stats for them... or really, any other mention. This dovetails with the ephialtes, whose flavor doesn't really fit with more recent kyton lore. Are we ever going to see oinos kytons, or are they no longer canon?

In any case... more kytons, please. (The cantor was kind of disappointing.)


Collective and more organized list(Angels):

Angel,joy

Angel,innocence

Angel,Gem

Angel,sex

Angel,Martyr

Angel,Judgment

Angel,Hierophant

Angel,caretaker

Angel,shadow

Angel,templar

Angel,Apothecary

Angel,Chaplain

Angel,Librarian

Angel,Codex

Angel,cardinal

Angel,Anointing

Angel,Hope-bringer

Angel,Bell

Angel,vengeance

Angel,mercy-giver

Angel,key

Angel,laurel

Angel,Nobilis

Angel,dogma

Angel,Garland

Angel,masked

Angel,theologian

Collective and more organized list(Agathions):

Agathion-rabbit

Agathion-tiger

Agathion-monkey

Agathion-dolphin

Agathion-bat

Agathion,Blink Dog

Agathion,Cockatrice

Agathion,Griffon

Agathion,Hydra

Agathion,Kirin

Agathion,Lammasu

Agathion,Manticore

Agathion,Owlbear

Agathion,Owl

Agathion,Phoenix

Agathion,Pegasus

Agathion,basilisk

Agathion,behir

Agathion,boar

Agathion,Bulettes

Agathion,Chimera

Agathion,crab

Agathion,crocodile

Agathion,deinonychus

Agathion,ankylosaurus

Agathion,pteranodon

Agathion,stegosaurus

Agathion,triceratops

Agathion,tyrannosaurus

Agathion,dog

Agathion,girallon

Agathion,hyena

Agathion,Gorgon

Agathion,Bull

Agathion,cobra

Agathion,kraken

Agathion,Monitor lizard

Agathion,rat

Agathion,mantis

Agathion,spider

Agathion,Phase spider

Agathion,remorhaz

Agathion,rhinoceros

Agathion,Roc

Agathion,rust monster

Agathion,sea serpent

Agathion,shark

Agathion,shocker lizard

Agathion,Sphinx

Agathion,Tiger

Agathion,Unicorn

Agathion,Wolverine

Agathion,Winter wolf

Agathion,wyvern

Agathion,Aurumvorax

Agathion,badger

Agathion,honey bee

Agathion,catoblepas

Agathion,chupacabra

Agathion,compsognathus

Agathion,Parasaurolophus

Agathion,drake

Agathion,Gryph

Agathion,Ram

Agathion,Camel

Agathion,hippocampus

Agathion,Baboon

Agathion,siren

Agathion,Thunderbird

Agathion,akhlut

Agathion,axe beak

Agathion,baku

Agathion,Bandersnatch

Agathion,Carbuncle

Agathion,dimetrodon

Agathion,pachycephalosaurus

Agathion,spinosaurus

Agathion,sheep

Agathion,coyote

Agathion,jackal

Agathion,Raccoon

Agathion,jaguar

Agathion,cheetah

Agathion,lynxes

Agathion,leopard

Agathion,Blue jay


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Personally I would like to see some more "exotic" kytons. I know that Kytons are at least in part based on Hellraiser, but practically every Kyton can be summarized as dude/gal in bondage gear, with only a few kytons varying from that trend. But Kytons are outsiders, so should be able take body modification to an extreme that no mortal race could survive. So lets see some weird kytons that have decided to get rid of their bones, or have unspooled their nervous systems, who have grafted additional limbs or heads to there bodies, who have have had random swarms grafted within tumors of their body, etc.


Half-Gnolls


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At least 5 or 6 proteans.
Ditto that number for the inevitables
i'd like to see around 4 psychopomps, especially curious about the giltine that was mentioned way back in Carrion Crown.

Actually to be honest the category creatures such as the behemoths, fleshwarps, leshi, colossi, and other similar groups need some more members. Don't really see the point of introducing a a bunch of types of creatures and then only putting out three or four to represent them.

Though seriously if we could skip demons for one bestiary that would be cool. Some of the sins that came for the later ones were almost absurdly specific and often overlapped with one another.

Seriously though, do we have to open a portal to Limbo to get some singing chaos snakes?


Are we ever going to get Lesser Host Devils? Or what about Possession Devils? Cabal Devils?

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
Are we ever going to get Lesser Host Devils? Or what about Possession Devils? Cabal Devils?

Since Pathfinder Adventure Path #99 specifically references cabal devils, they have at least one more reason to bring back the uniila.


I hope so, Kal. I really do. I'm glad I got heresy devils, nemesis devils and now, apostate devils. But I want the rest soon! :)


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Some angels that look like non-human races such as dwarves, halflings, lashunta, gnomes, orcs, etc.

Non-humanoid shaped group of celestials.

An aether elemental genie and aether elemental genie-kin blooded 0HD race.


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Has anyone asked for a wereape or weremonkey?

I would love for the Lashunta, Syrinx, Monkey Goblin, Gillmen, and Triaxian to make it into a hardcover bestiary.

A CR20+ tiny to small size sprite/faerie like creature would be awesome.

More creatures with the aether subtype such as a dragon, plant, or ooze.

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What I'd like to see are were-vermin.

Werewasps, werespiders, weremantises, and others would all have a place in Golarion, and would be just fine outside it.


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I would like to see an outsider group that basically serves as an evil counterpart to the Agathions, Vicious, brutal, prehistoric looking anthropomorphic dire animals. I love the Agathions, and I'm usually against the idea that every good monster must have an evil counterpart, but this could be pretty damn cool. I'd like to see them be chaotic evil, and the embodiments of extinction, dedicated to wiping out entire species of animals. Pretty nasty, and I don't think that the ecological destroyer niche has been taken with a fiend race yet.


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I wish for wings that work.

Or is this not how it works.


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Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:
I would like to see an outsider group that basically serves as an evil counterpart to the Agathions, Vicious, brutal, prehistoric looking anthropomorphic dire animals. I love the Agathions, and I'm usually against the idea that every good monster must have an evil counterpart, but this could be pretty damn cool. I'd like to see them be chaotic evil, and the embodiments of extinction, dedicated to wiping out entire species of animals. Pretty nasty, and I don't think that the ecological destroyer niche has been taken with a fiend race yet.

That would actually be a not bad way of spinning the Anaye. I don't think there are any outsider groups solely focused on the destruction of the natural world, and it sort of complements the actual real world legends behind those beings.


Hmm. That's a really good point.


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Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:
I would like to see an outsider group that basically serves as an evil counterpart to the Agathions, Vicious, brutal, prehistoric looking anthropomorphic dire animals. I love the Agathions, and I'm usually against the idea that every good monster must have an evil counterpart, but this could be pretty damn cool. I'd like to see them be chaotic evil, and the embodiments of extinction, dedicated to wiping out entire species of animals. Pretty nasty, and I don't think that the ecological destroyer niche has been taken with a fiend race yet.

These would be very cool. Though, I actually think neutral evil or chaotic neutral for some reason.


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I would like there to be no more evil outsider groups added, were are already overloaded with them as is. I would prefer to focus more on existing ones such as azura, oni, qlippoth, and rakshasa.

I would like lycanthropes to be based on vertebrates only. If you want shape shifting bug creatures then lets make them something else other then lycanthropes.

I also forgot to mention that the CR20+ faerie/sprite creature to be a fey.


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Well, for me, it's:

--The remaining Greek and Roman mythological creatures. Or at least as many as there is room for.
--More +0 templates. I want to be able to add templates to monster without having to worry about keeping them at the appropriate level of power.
--A rewritten version of the Advanced simple template that actually makes the monster more threatening. I shouldn't have to use the 3.5 Monster Manual just to have decent functional monster advancement rules.
--Bestiary-style entries for the Strix and Gillmen (the only races in the ARG that aren't in any of the Bestiaries 1-4, and neither are in Bestiary 5 either).
--I'd really like a stat-block for Tacticslion.
--A half-Aeon template or something similar.
--At least a couple CR 26+ monsters. Statblocks at that level are really time-consuming to prepare each session, and having already-high-level statblocks to modify helps.
--A series of Horror-themed true dragons building off of Horror Adventures, in the same way the dragons in Bestiary 5 tie in to Occult Adventures
--Horror-themed templates

...
That's about all I can think of.


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Yes, I forgot to add Strix to the list of 0HD races as well.


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Ah right, I forgot, I previously suggested a series of Candy Dragons.

Oh, and there really needs to be stats for the Sarcasm Elemental and Sarcasm Dragon.


MMCJawa wrote:
Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:
I would like to see an outsider group that basically serves as an evil counterpart to the Agathions, Vicious, brutal, prehistoric looking anthropomorphic dire animals. I love the Agathions, and I'm usually against the idea that every good monster must have an evil counterpart, but this could be pretty damn cool. I'd like to see them be chaotic evil, and the embodiments of extinction, dedicated to wiping out entire species of animals. Pretty nasty, and I don't think that the ecological destroyer niche has been taken with a fiend race yet.
That would actually be a not bad way of spinning the Anaye. I don't think there are any outsider groups solely focused on the destruction of the natural world, and it sort of complements the actual real world legends behind those beings.

With the Delgeth already in bestiary 5, I don't see that happen at all, or they must create a similar Thelgeth.

And 5 is the magic number, no monster manual has ever passed number 5. So I hope Pathfinder is gonna break that record, but i'm not sure. Think we better wish for AP Bestiaries from now on.


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Not just AP bestiaries but hardcover bestiaries that are compilations of APs, modules, campaign setting books, etc. I wouldn't mind at least one of those but I would still like a B6.

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I believe we need more aberrations. Animals are always welcome. Constructs, in particular robots, are under-represented. Dragons are cool and you can't have too many of them. We really need more Fey to keep Myth Lord sated. Humanoids are a staple that cannot be ignored. Magical Beasts are where all crazy cryptids and myths come to life so more of those please. Oozes are such a small group that you can't go wrong with a few. Outsiders are classic D&D material and everybody loves them. Plants = see oozes, too few, need more. Undead are another classic that you can always have more of. And vermin, just like animals, are great to have, not the least as summons/companions.

As for other monster types, I honestly don't care for them and wish they would never never NEVER appear in a Bestiary.


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Gorbacz wrote:
As for other monster types, I honestly don't care for them and wish they would never never NEVER appear in a Bestiary.

Took me a moment to realize which one you'd left out. Well played, sir...

The Joke:
Aberrations.
Animals.
Constructs.
Dragons.
Fey.
Humanoids.
Magical Beasts.
--->Monstrous Humanoids.<--- {that's the missing one}
Oozes.
Outsiders.
Plants.
Undead.
Vermin.


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Deranged_Maniac_Ben wrote:

Well, for me, it's:

--The remaining Greek and Roman mythological creatures. Or at least as many as there is room for.
--More +0 templates. I want to be able to add templates to monster without having to worry about keeping them at the appropriate level of power.
--A rewritten version of the Advanced simple template that actually makes the monster more threatening. I shouldn't have to use the 3.5 Monster Manual just to have decent functional monster advancement rules.
--Bestiary-style entries for the Strix and Gillmen (the only races in the ARG that aren't in any of the Bestiaries 1-4, and neither are in Bestiary 5 either).
--I'd really like a stat-block for Tacticslion.
--A half-Aeon template or something similar.
--At least a couple CR 26+ monsters. Statblocks at that level are really time-consuming to prepare each session, and having already-high-level statblocks to modify helps.
--A series of Horror-themed true dragons building off of Horror Adventures, in the same way the dragons in Bestiary 5 tie in to Occult Adventures
--Horror-themed templates

...
That's about all I can think of.

You know, I keep trying to critique this list, but something just keeps holding me back...


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More non humanoid Fey and Undead would be welcome, most of those are humanoids.

More ugly fey (like Kelpie and Nuckelavee) are also welcome.


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I would like to see more types of griffons, one medium size and another huge size, and at least one of those having human intelligence and can speak.


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Dragon78 wrote:

I would like there to be no more evil outsider groups added, were are already overloaded with them as is. I would prefer to focus more on existing ones such as azura, oni, qlippoth, and rakshasa.

I would like lycanthropes to be based on vertebrates only. If you want shape shifting bug creatures then lets make them something else other then lycanthropes.

I also forgot to mention that the CR20+ faerie/sprite creature to be a fey.

I mostly agree with this, although as long as they have a novel niche I don't mind more evil outsiders. Sakhil to me are novel enough that I am cool with them.

What I think we need more of our new neutral outsider groups. There are enough "themes" to build outsider groups on that I don't necessarily involve good and evil but which would be useful for the game. For instance I could see a war focused neutral group of Outsiders that act as mercenaries, or knowledge-based outsiders associated with different sciences or areas of learning.

I also wouldn't mind a new good outsider group focused on the "Good is not pretty trope" Some wierd ancient eldritch entities that are good, but completely inexplicable would be sort of awesome.


MMCJawa wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:

I would like there to be no more evil outsider groups added, were are already overloaded with them as is. I would prefer to focus more on existing ones such as azura, oni, qlippoth, and rakshasa.

I would like lycanthropes to be based on vertebrates only. If you want shape shifting bug creatures then lets make them something else other then lycanthropes.

I also forgot to mention that the CR20+ faerie/sprite creature to be a fey.

I mostly agree with this, although as long as they have a novel niche I don't mind more evil outsiders. Sakhil to me are novel enough that I am cool with them.

What I think we need more of our new neutral outsider groups. There are enough "themes" to build outsider groups on that I don't necessarily involve good and evil but which would be useful for the game. For instance I could see a war focused neutral group of Outsiders that act as mercenaries, or knowledge-based outsiders associated with different sciences or areas of learning.

I also wouldn't mind a new good outsider group focused on the "Good is not pretty trope" Some wierd ancient eldritch entities that are good, but completely inexplicable would be sort of awesome.

This. This exactly. Evil is still okay, but it has to be unique, way more neutrals needed, and some good groups that don't look beautiful.


The fun thing is in the real world the evil mostly comes from arrogant beautiful people, and many lesser pretty people are very gentle.

And in movies/games it's the other way around, good = always beautiful and succesful. Boring.


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Though we have already said this many times, I agree, we need more neutral outsiders both new and old. When I say neutral I mean N, CN, and LN.

I really wish they went with the idea of each outsider group has one creature per CR range from 1-20 and maybe few higher ones. So no group gets more then 20 or so.


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Dragon78 wrote:

Though we have already said this many times, I agree, we need more neutral outsiders both new and old. When I say neutral I mean N, CN, and LN.

I really wish they went with the idea of each outsider group has one creature per CR range from 1-20 and maybe few higher ones. So no group gets more then 20 or so.

eh...I kind of like that as an idea for Lawful aligned creatures (Devils, archons, etc), but chaotic and neutral creatures don't really need to be so constrained

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Dragon78 wrote:

Though we have already said this many times, I agree, we need more neutral outsiders both new and old. When I say neutral I mean N, CN, and LN.

I really wish they went with the idea of each outsider group has one creature per CR range from 1-20 and maybe few higher ones. So no group gets more then 20 or so.

Symmetry is boooring.

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