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True, we haven't seen any proto-mammals.

To bad for copyrights because there are some interesting creatures in the Labyrinth and Dark Crystal movies I would love to see.


Dragon78 wrote:

True, we haven't seen any proto-mammals.

To bad for copyrights because there are some interesting creatures in the Labyrinth and Dark Crystal movies I would love to see.

Like this.

Great as a familiar for a dino summoner.

http://dtrain.wikia.com/wiki/Cimolestes

Liberty's Edge

More Entothrope examples

Another Undead or half-undead race, or creature similar to a sentient animated body, a flesh-golem, a ghoul-esk race,or a Skeleton-like or a half-zombie.


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I would like to like to see more entothropes and I would like to see more lycanthropes. But having both in the same bestiary would be a little much so I am torn on wich I would like to see more.

A 0HD Frankenstein style monster player race would be interesting. It would have immunities/resistances similar to androids but instead of being non-emotional it would be very emotional and maybe it be prone to one emotion like anger, fear, joy, etc.


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Blemmyes

The Blemmyes were those whose origins began as a tribe inhabiting the lower parts of Nubia, but later became fictionalized as a race of creatures believed to be acephalous (headless) monsters who had eyes and mouths on their chest.


DungeonmasterCal wrote:

Blemmyes

The Blemmyes were those whose origins began as a tribe inhabiting the lower parts of Nubia, but later became fictionalized as a race of creatures believed to be acephalous (headless) monsters who had eyes and mouths on their chest.

Kabandha got that niche covered. Their picture, so you don't have to look it up.


Well, poop. Ninja'd!

Sovereign Court

DungeonmasterCal wrote:

Blemmyes

The Blemmyes were those whose origins began as a tribe inhabiting the lower parts of Nubia, but later became fictionalized as a race of creatures believed to be acephalous (headless) monsters who had eyes and mouths on their chest.

If you don't want to use the Kabandha, the Midgard Bestiary from Kobold Press has Blemmyes.


I might have to get that one!


Hmmm... I have the Midgard Bestiary from when it was still called Open Design. I guess they added the Blemmyes in in an updated version.


Not from mythology or fiction or anything, i just think they should exist on Golarion.

Bhole-Eaters

also,
from Gaelic Legend:
Boneless
Jack of the Orchard
The Spoorn

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Thinking about dinosaurs, because of the Triceratops skeleton they dug up this week just down the road.

Pathfinder is well set with Cretaceous era dinos - 18 entries, and all of 'em pretty famous. A good spread, can't complain (well, I like my Therizinosaurus fluffy, but I know I differ from a lot of folks in that).

The Jurassic has half of that, 9 entries, but that's okay, because with the exception of Stegosaurus and the Sauropods, most Jurassic dinosaurs look a lot like Cretaceous dinosaurs.

But the Triassic - the great efflorescence of life following the massive Permian extinction - doesn't have anything. ZERO Triassic dinosaur entries. Now, really, you only need a Coelophysis to really cover any DINOSAUR bases for the Triassic, but we're including pterosaurs and marine reptiles under the dinosaur banner, so there are some GREAT critters that I'd love to see in the next Bestiary:

Tanystropheus, the coastal reptile that was 20 feet long - 10 of that neck. Shringasaurus,the real-life Slurpasaurus (check out TV Tropes). The Familiar-sized running crocdile Terrestrisuchis or the 9-foot long bipedal crocodile Carnufex. And definitely the weird little marine reptile Atopodentatus.

I mean, if we're wishing. :)

Sovereign Court

DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Hmmm... I have the Midgard Bestiary from when it was still called Open Design. I guess they added the Blemmyes in in an updated version.

I'm sorry! The Blemmyes is in the SOUTHLANDS Bestiary, for the Midgard setting.


Also, Malaysian Mythology has this awesome undead/outsider category that I really would like to see done.
Hantu
Subgroups include, but are not limited to:
Hantu Raya
Hantu Air
Hantu Galah
Hantu Kopek
Hantu Laut
Hantu Bungkus
Hantu Orang Minyak


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What are the jack of the orchard and the spooorn?

Would love to see more prehistoric life that are not dinosaurs or megafauna.


cappadocius wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Hmmm... I have the Midgard Bestiary from when it was still called Open Design. I guess they added the Blemmyes in in an updated version.

I'm sorry! The Blemmyes is in the SOUTHLANDS Bestiary, for the Midgard setting. [/QUOTE

Ah, so THAT one I have to get... LOL. Thanks!


I'm familiar with the Boneless, but I as well am having issues finding information on the Jack of the Orchard and the Spoorn. Spoorn is mostly coming up as spoon on google, and the Jack of the Orchard is getting a lot of references to Jack the Giant Slayer, which I assume has little to do with that particular creature.


http://guardiansofgahoole.wikia.com/wiki/Spoorn

Go to Spoorn.


I'm pretty sure that character is not the mythical creature.


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Most of what I'd want would probably fall into a hypothetical Monster Codex 2.

Dark Archive

I really have enough Bestiaries for PF right now.

I´m more excited for annually Alien Archives.

That being said, "Monster Codex 2" or "NPC Codex 2" or a "Bestiary (1) Starfinder Conversion" would be something i´d buy.

Bestiary 7, not so much.


I can't deny that I also want to see a new Codex before we get bestiary 7. As I have said before, I would love a races codex.


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I wonder with Starfinder being a thing, that they will stop having aliens and robots in the Pathfinder bestiaries?


Dragon78 wrote:
I wonder with Starfinder being a thing, that they will stop having aliens and robots in the Pathfinder bestiaries?

Probably not, as their are still robots and aliens to be found on Golarion, whether in Numeria or elsewhere.


Dragon78 wrote:
I wonder with Starfinder being a thing, that they will stop having aliens and robots in the Pathfinder bestiaries?

We are probably getting reprints of the ones found in the Iron Gods AP.


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Would love to see some kind of nature spirit, fey, and/or magical beast that resembles a giant fox.

Flying spiders would be interesting.

Some winged cat creatures would be cool as well.


Dragon78 wrote:
Would love to see some kind of nature spirit, fey, and/or magical beast that resembles

Right after the robot section. Why do you get my hopes up like this?


Kytons.

Lots of them.

With art that makes you clutch your body and shudder at the nightmarish horror of what could do that to itself and others.

Something that would make Clive Barker throw up in his mouth.


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The only thing that would make Clive Barker throw up would be something very nauseatingly cute;) Like if you took every cute creature and character from the 80's and combined them into a horribly adorable rainbow of doom:)


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I definitely hope for new Kytons, but hope they go a bit more extreme with the body horror aspect. I feel like a good chunk of the ones we do have are all just variants of "guy in black leather with piercings". I want more Kytons in the vein of the Termagant, rather than another Pinhead expie #35


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I would prefer more oni(a lot more) they haven't had any love since B3.

It would be nice if the gigas would get some love as well. They haven't even been in a hardcover bestiary at all.


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Evil creatures so cute that you must make a will save just so you can harm them;)

Monster that uses coins as weapons and armor, would love a creature that actually has a GP Rain/Coin Toss type power.

Construct creature that is a slot machine and when uses it's slot ability various magical effects based on what it gets.


Dragon78 wrote:

Evil creatures so cute that you must make a will save just so you can harm them;)

Monster that uses coins as weapons and armor, would love a creature that actually has a GP Rain/Coin Toss type power.

Construct creature that is a slot machine and when uses it's slot ability various magical effects based on what it gets.

Were wolf pup.

Meowth with payday attack
https://www.google.com/search?biw=1172&bih=598&tbm=isch&sa=1&am p;q=monster+slot+machine&oq=slot+machine+monster&gs_l=psy-ab.1.0.0i 8i30k1.40377.48778.0.56116.25.15.0.0.0.0.175.1535.0j13.13.0....0...1.1.64.p sy-ab..15.10.1220...0j0i13k1j0i67k1.bRo7U7PVsk8
Note the Yugioh cards


The world "Croatan" was etched into a tree at the site of the Jamestown mystery in the early days of the North American British colonization. Perhaps Croatan represents a wood spirit or some sort of fey that attacked the settlers for disturbing the natural order of things.


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
The world "Croatan" was etched into a tree at the site of the Jamestown mystery in the early days of the North American British colonization. Perhaps Croatan represents a wood spirit or some sort of fey that attacked the settlers for disturbing the natural order of things.

Or perhaps it represented the nearby Croatoan Island (now known as Hatteras Island). ;)


Croatoan... I misspelled it. And I didn't know about the island, so I guess never mind.


Oh, it wasn't a bad idea or anything, in fact I quite like the idea, I guess I am a bit sensitive about that issue because of all the media acts like it was such a mysterious phenomenon when their is a clear, logical explanation (The colony was not going well, The island of Croatoan was known to be populated by a native tribe that was friendly with the settlers, and there were later reports that the region was inhabited by NAs with atypical features like blue eyes) that I kind of get a bit short with people about it. Sorry if I came off as rude. Reiterating what I said to begin with, it could be cool monster, maybe it could be vaguely similar to a Whisperer but with the plant type?


You didn't come across as rude at all. I simply didn't know about Croatoan being an island and a native tribe. But making it a something similar to the Whisperer would be a good idea.


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Malefactor wrote:
Oh, it wasn't a bad idea or anything, in fact I quite like the idea, I guess I am a bit sensitive about that issue because of all the media \ acts like it was such a mysterious phenomenon when their is a clear, logical explanation (The colony was not going well, The island of Croatoan was known to be populated by a native tribe that was friendly with the settlers, and there were later reports that the region was inhabited by NAs with atypical features like blue eyes) that I kind of get a bit short with people about it. Sorry if I came off as rude. Reiterating what I said to begin with, it could be cool monster, maybe it could be vaguely similar to a Whisperer but with the plant type?

I thought they were all murdered by Kathy Bates.


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Dungeonmastercal, so basically you want a creature based on an idea of what happened in the Jamestown mystery?


Yeah. I didn't know Croatoan was a real place and that it was just some word they found on a tree. I was thinking it could be a creature or creatures that attacked the settlement, leaving no one behind.


They moved to an island across some water, so the monster could not cross water.


Maybe it was meant to guard just the area around the settlement itself, and found the destruction of the forest to be too much to handle. Hell, the whole Idea could be scrapped and just name an angry Druid Croatoan.


What would be the reason to not bring in the illithids, what with the Cthulhu threads and psionics? More Great Old Ones for that matter. I would like to see the carrion crawler for old time sake, as well as a revamping of the gibberlings from the Fiend Folio. Make 'em nasty with swarm stats and burrowing ability. The grell would be a welcome addition as well and since you have already resurrected the flumph and carbuncle, how about the babbler, the quaggoth and volt? How about spider-goblins and the giant ghost-tongue from Chinese Ghost Story?

Silver Crusade

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Toberon the Wanderer wrote:
What would be the reason to not bring in the illithids, what with the Cthulhu threads and psionics? More Great Old Ones for that matter. I would like to see the carrion crawler for old time sake, as well as a revamping of the gibberlings from the Fiend Folio. Make 'em nasty with swarm stats and burrowing ability. The grell would be a welcome addition as well and since you have already resurrected the flumph and carbuncle, how about the babbler, the quaggoth and volt? How about spider-goblins and the giant ghost-tongue from Chinese Ghost Story?

Illithids, quaggoths, carrion crawlers and grells are all closed content, (c) WotC. Not sure about babblers and volts.


Dragons. Love Dragons.

New Metallics: Tin, Zinc, Pewter, Lead
New Chromatics: Indigo, Cyan, Pink, Tan

(I went with colors and metals that have not been used before at all, unlike orange, brown, iron, cobalt, etc.)

New Primals: Rain, Ash, Fog, Sand
New Imperials: Lake, Mountain, Desert, Snow/Arctic/Tundra

Dark Archive

I did like me those old Orange (napalm), Yellow (dehydrating salt) and Purple (plasma energy) Dragons, way back when, in Dragon magazine.

OTOH, I am beyond done with yet more dragon type. I don't even like the metallics, let alone the imperial, planar, space, whatever groupings of five.

That said, skymetal dragons could be funky. Adamantine, Inubrix, Siccatite, etc. Dragons would be very Golarion-specific.

(It was always kind of weird that D&D had bronze and brass dragons, despite barely ever using those metals in the setting, unlike iron, electrum, mithril and adamantine! Go go magic-immune fey-killing cold iron dragon!)

Ooh, spider-goblins. They had something like that in the Scarred Lands setting, and they were fun!


Actually, to be fair, what I actually want is more True Dragons, but not belonging to any group. Good and bad. Less powerful. I just feel like running into a dragon is a cool experience in the game. So, more of that, but less restricted... and spectacular?


There are some bootleg homebrew versions of some of the closed content creatures floating around the Great Internet Ocean. And from what I've seen they're pretty close to the 3.x versions.


I remember the yellow, orange, etc dragons from the Dragon Magazine article. The orange "napalm" belching dragon was by far my favorite. I've thought many times over the year of making the red dragon's fire breath do a similar thing.

But I think there are enough dragons now. Perhaps too many. The original "Big Ten" were plenty, though the Asian type dragons probably belong in the bestiaries, as well.

All this is my opinion of course, for what it's worth.

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