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Troops
Low CR ranged troop. Rabble Testudo are pretty limited.
Undead, either their own troop or change how Zombie/Skeleton effects a troop. An skeleton phalanx loses nothing except United Spirit (2 AC and some HP if Elite Troop isn't retained in its entirety, though then why becoming undead loses the bonus of better armor comes up.) yet somehow has their CR almost halved!
More troop specific templates. Should be stackable.


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I don't like troops, they bring back bad memories of mobs.

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Just as we have numerous "minor" fiendish races, I'd like to see celestials get some love. We have Manasaputras for LG, then perhaps we can expand the Peri into a full grouping for NG. I'm not sure what CG could get but I trust the writers on that.

I would like to see a Protean Lord or a Primal Inevitable get a full write-up (including at least a blurb on their cults, including offered domains).


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Creon Vizcarra wrote:

Just as we have numerous "minor" fiendish races, I'd like to see celestials get some love. We have Manasaputras for LG, then perhaps we can expand the Peri into a full grouping for NG. I'm not sure what CG could get but I trust the writers on that.

I would like to see a Protean Lord or a Primal Inevitable get a full write-up (including at least a blurb on their cults, including offered domains).

Garuda could work very well for a new group of chaotic good outsiders, and I would also like Couatl to continue to be expanded upon (they got another couatl in Hell's Vengeance)

More asura, divs, oni, demodands, and rashaka would be nice, seeing as they haven't had that much expansion since Bestiary 3 (except for the oni, but the ones statted up for Jade Regent haven't found their way into a hard cover bestiary yet).

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Malefactor wrote:
Garuda could work very well for a new group of chaotic good outsiders, and I would also like Couatl to continue to be expanded upon (they got another couatl in Hell's Vengeance)

Ahh, I forgot about the Garuda. That makes sense since it already has an Aasimar variant (as does the Peri, which is why I thought of it).

I would like a 0 hd fey PC race other than the Gathlain. I really think the Faun should have been that race, but my fantasies of playing Mr. Tumnus will have to wait.


Creon Vizcarra wrote:
Malefactor wrote:
Garuda could work very well for a new group of chaotic good outsiders, and I would also like Couatl to continue to be expanded upon (they got another couatl in Hell's Vengeance)

Ahh, I forgot about the Garuda. That makes sense since it already has an Aasimar variant (as does the Peri, which is why I thought of it).

I would like a 0 hd fey PC race other than the Gathlain. I really think the Faun should have been that race, but my fantasies of playing Mr. Tumnus will have to wait.

We do have another fey race, Naiads. They're from Bestiary 6.


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I would love to change the Peri and Garuda into new celestial groups.

I agree, the Faun should have been a 0HD fey race.

Would love to see new LN, CN, and N outsider groups.


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Creon Vizcarra wrote:
I would like to see a Protean Lord or a Prime Inevitable get a full write-up (including at least a blurb on their cults, including offered domains).

Till all are one. ^_~

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Malefactor wrote:
We do have another fey race, Naiads. They're from Bestiary 6.

Crikey, I guess they didn't make much of an impression on me. Looking at them again I think they kind of step on the toes of Undines.

Dragon78 wrote:

would love to change the Peri and Garuda into new celestial groups.

I agree, the Faun should have been a 0HD fey race.

Would love to see new LN, CN, and N outsider groups.

I too want more outsider groups with N moral components, though I know there are many people who strongly dislike Bestiaries (personally I fine with them printing ALL THE MONSTERS, as long as they have cool art). I'm afraid too quick a proliferation of outsider races might cause a backlash from these people, prompting Paizo to scale back the monster/Bestiary production.

Berselius wrote:
Till all are one. ^_~

Do I have to turn in my nerd card because I had to look this up? At first I thought it was a reference to a certain other Primus that I wasn't getting.


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I got the reference but I am an 80's child:)


Guy St-Amant wrote:
Since Bestiary 6 has been announced and we have some ideas of what will be in it, it's time for us to make a wish list for the next one.

More unique fiends: More Demon lords, Nascent Demon Lords, Daemon Harbingers, Malbranche, Infernal dukes, Oni Damiyo, and so forth.

Also more Empyreal lords.


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If they do have more demi-gods in B7 then forget the fiends and empyreal lords lets get some protean lords, primal inevitables, and non-outsider based demi-gods.


Dragon78 wrote:
If they do have more demi-gods in B7 then forget the fiends and empyreal lords lets get some protean lords, prime inevitables, and non-outsider based demi-gods.

I think that's what you meant right (^_~). But yeah, I'd like to see more demigods that they have't used yet: Asura Ranas, Daemon Harbingers, Eldest, Infernal Dukes, Kyton Demagogues, Malebranche, Manasaputra Kumaras, Oni Daimyo, Protean Lords, Psychopomp Ushers, Qlippoth Lords, and Queens of the Night.


Malefactor wrote:
Creon Vizcarra wrote:
i would like more celestials too. how about CG glass critters and dinosaur people.


Malefactor wrote:
sorry about that. i`m new to this and don`t really get it.


I would like a fiend-celestial mix planetouched (hound archon/ glabrezu and lillend/ marilith planetouched using only bestiary 1 outsiders would be cool) and alignment elementals.


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A CN half-celestal and half-fiend creature would be interesting.


The Pyrolisk. Don't know if they exist in Pathfinder but we had a party wiped out by a bunch of these flame breathing chickens back during D&D 2nd Ed.


Vorrek wrote:
The Pyrolisk. Don't know if they exist in Pathfinder but we had a party wiped out by a bunch of these flame breathing chickens back during D&D 2nd Ed.

Yeah, the fact that they have a gaze weapon that can cause an adventurer to spontaneously explode in a fiery explosion is definately something to be feared.

Since I loved the Swan Maiden I hope we'll get their more powerful kin "Bird Maidens" (or "Kahinas"). They can shapechange into any bird (even giant owls/eagles) and can cast cleric spells as an 8th level cleric. :D


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The Pyrolisk(or something similar) would be interesting.


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Looking over the list of new animals in Ultimate Wilderness, I've come to the conclusion that the area where our roster of animals is most lacking is when it comes to Palaeozoic creatures or at least terrestrial ones. We have a few nice marine creatures from the Palaeozoic (Eurypterids, Helicoprion, Dunkleosteus, Cameroceras), but all I can think of off the top of my head for land creatures are Dimetrodon and now Prionosuchus. Where are all the other stem-mammals? I mean, Gorgonops, Lystrosaurus, Cynognathus, Anteosaurus, Estemmenosuchus, I'd love to see B7 get a section entirely devoted to Stem-Mammals similar to the Dinosaur and Megafauna sections, they're certainly diverse enough to warrant that. In addition, a Paraeiasaur would be cool. as would a couple more big, weird, amphibians. Diplocaulus anyone? And while we're at it, perhaps throwing in some Triassic non-dinos would be cool as well. Particularly, but not limited to, Crurotarsans and other Archosauromorphs. Postosuchus? Desmatosuchus? Erythrosuchus? Tanystropheus would be awesome as well.


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It would be nice to see more non-dinosaur/non-megafauna prehistoric animals.

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Third vote for more pre-historics that aren't megafauna or dinos. (though some megafauna would be fun too)


I'll reassert my suggestion of Cimolestes as a familiar option for dinosaur summoners.


For another animal suggestion, how about opossums? Both the normal, familiar-compatible version and a giant/dire version that works as a companion. I have an odd fondness for the little guys, and I think a giant one would be perfectly deadly in a fight. We already have a humanoid version, the Grimple, which has become one of my default choices for the first encounter for low-level players. Because nothing says the start of a grand new adventure like being vomited on by mangy marsupial-fey.


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You know we are running out of ideas when we are focusing on real world animals;)


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In relation to this thread, this is what I saw yesterday! Oo-er!


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Ericthecleric, that is hilarious:)


African Ogres

Twelve African ogres, all but one of which are new to me. I love the one that collects skulls, polishes them compulsively, and uses them for interior decorating. That's simultaneously the most metal and most dainty thing I've ever heard.


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I like the small one that can't be cooked or cut to pieces.

I would also like to add the Gorgas to the wish list.

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Good-aligned kobold/goblin analogue, but anti-social.

No, not talking gnomes/halflings/svirfneblin, but something that is 'good' but just hates everyone.

A curmudgeonly type race, effectively.

An evil race that *loves* everyone.

And not for dinner.

Just like a hope for a full palette of Negative energy beings that are 'good' to match up with all the 'evil' Positive energy things out there.


Dragon78 wrote:

I like the small one that can't be cooked or cut to pieces.

I would also like to add the Gorgas to the wish list.

What's a Gorgas?


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Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:

I like the small one that can't be cooked or cut to pieces.

I would also like to add the Gorgas to the wish list.

What's a Gorgas?
Brother Fen wrote:
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They're part of the lore of Sevenarches, a former elven kingdom abandoned when the starstone fell. The elven gates left behind became corrupted and now produce horrific monsters called the "gorgas" whenever an elf crosses into Sevenarches. Due to this problem, the druidic circle of Oakstewards have banned all elves from re-entering their former kingdom. There are no stats or further explanations to be found for the creatures anywhere and those of us that use them have had to cobble together our own versions.


So it's a monster that was referenced but never actually included? It should definitely be included then. I think every monster that canonically exists but hasn't been given stats should probably receive them. All those Fleshwarps that got short descriptions but no entry in B4 come to mind, particularly since those descriptions were quite interesting. The Fleshwarped ogres sounded especially cool looking. All the various Gigas types come to mind as well but that's far less likely to happen. It would be sort of like they did with the Sepsidaemon in the Book of the Damned, going back and giving stats to an unidentified monster from an obscure piece of artwork. Plus, you know, it was a Pteranodon made of slime. Which is amazing. But I digress.


More Tane (Bonefather, Great Ulas [the Mountain That Walks], Hachan Ke [the Glory in the Blood], Kyrn [the Legion], Leviathan, Mohaba [the Moon Worm])

Some Gigas (Hell Gigas, Abaddon Gigas, Abyss Gigas, Maelstrom Gigas, Nirvana Gigas, Boneyard Gigas, and Elysium Gigas)

New angels (Hashmal, Seraph, Ishim) as well as other celestials (Agathions, Archons, Azatas)

More Inevitables, Aeons, Proteans, and Psychopomps.

Some new quasi-deities and demi-gods (Asura Ranas, Eldest, Empyreal Lords, Kyton Demagogues, Manasaputra Kumaras, Oni Daimyo, Protean Lords, Psychopomp Ushers, Qlippoth Lords, Rakshasa Immortals, Sahkil Tormentors, Queens of the Night)

More Kaiju!


We need a proper Gorgas from the Guide to the River Kingdoms (Sevenarches).


The remaining Tane definitely fall into the unstatted canon monster category as well. And I remember B3 made reference to (though not by name) a bunch of Oni types that haven't appeared yet either, I recall Troglodyte and Great Cyclops Oni were referenced. A Great Cyclops Oni sounds spectacular.

I'd be pretty pleased if B7 just ended up becoming a total Oni-fest. There's all those ones from Jade Regent that need to be reprinted, and I'd like to see a few new ones as well. And maybe a couple of Daimyos. That would be cool.


Speaking of talking heads, the Pennangalan Vampire and headless horsemen are not the only severed heads in myth and legend. There are both undead and constructs that involve severed heads that are able to talk. They can be an important resource or Mcguffin.


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African Ogres

Twelve African ogres, all but one of which are new to me. I love the one that collects skulls, polishes them compulsively, and uses them for interior decorating. That's simultaneously the most metal and most dainty thing I've ever heard.

I suspect these could be made up, which is why you might not have heard them. After all they are being introduced in an oddly structured fictional story.


MMCJawa wrote:
Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:

African Ogres

Twelve African ogres, all but one of which are new to me. I love the one that collects skulls, polishes them compulsively, and uses them for interior decorating. That's simultaneously the most metal and most dainty thing I've ever heard.

I suspect these could be made up, which is why you might not have heard them. After all they are being introduced in an oddly structured fictional story.

I found references to Dhegdheer, Rakakabe, Konyek, and Kibugi on Google Scholar. Just a few, very obscure references, except for Dhegdheer, who seems to be pretty well-known, but definitely there. That makes me at least suspect the rest are real, as I find it unlikely that someone would do the insanely in-depth research to dig up those four and then just make eight more up.


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Has anyone suggested the Mari Lwyd yet? Because a giant ghostly horse head with ranks in perform (sing) and stealing all your food sounds hilarious.


I suspect that the reason I'm having a hard time tracking down the remaining eight by name is that most of those creatures hail from the African folktale genre of Ogre Stories, and most Ogre Stories I've stumbled upon in academic papers simply refer to the creature as "the Ogre" rather than by its specific local name.

I was, however, able to find one in its entirety for the Rakakabe. In it, a man is wandering in the woods and stumbles upon the creature, trapped under two fallen trees. Taking pity on it, he decides to free it. It immediately threatens to devour him by swallowing him in one gulp (as we've seen on A Book of Creatures, monsters that swallow people whole are pretty common in African folklore.) The man tries to reason with the monster in the hopes that it will spare him out of gratitude. Eventually, another human man shows up, and, telling Rakakabe that he is doubtful that he was ever trapped beneath the trees to begin with, Rakakabe crawls back underneath them in an attempt to prove it happened, thus pinning himself once more. Clearly the "bloodthirsty idiot" breed of Chaotic Evil.

Most Ogre Stories have a similar plot, of heroes and heroines encountering ogres and defeating them through trickery. Some are much darker, as is the case of the horrific Bulgu. The fact that I can confirm several of these, combined with the scarceness of teratological documentation of African beasts, makes me fairly confident that these are real.

I also looked up the author on Wikipedia. She's a Somali born writer who Wikipedia specifically states frequently adapts element from Somali mythology into her work. So I suspect that the reason information is so scarce is because she probably went straight to the source for these, and in Africa, they're probably more well-known. I think this is actually a really great find.


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Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:

I suspect that the reason I'm having a hard time tracking down the remaining eight by name is that most of those creatures hail from the African folktale genre of Ogre Stories, and most Ogre Stories I've stumbled upon in academic papers simply refer to the creature as "the Ogre" rather than by its specific local name.

I was, however, able to find one in its entirety for the Rakakabe. In it, a man is wandering in the woods and stumbles upon the creature, trapped under two fallen trees. Taking pity on it, he decides to free it. It immediately threatens to devour him by swallowing him in one gulp (as we've seen on A Book of Creatures, monsters that swallow people whole are pretty common in African folklore.) The man tries to reason with the monster in the hopes that it will spare him out of gratitude. Eventually, another human man shows up, and, telling Rakakabe that he is doubtful that he was ever trapped beneath the trees to begin with, Rakakabe crawls back underneath them in an attempt to prove it happened, thus pinning himself once more. Clearly the "bloodthirsty idiot" breed of Chaotic Evil.

Most Ogre Stories have a similar plot, of heroes and heroines encountering ogres and defeating them through trickery. Some are much darker, as is the case of the horrific Bulgu. The fact that I can confirm several of these, combined with the scarceness of teratological documentation of African beasts, makes me fairly confident that these are real.

I also looked up the author on Wikipedia. She's a Somali born writer who Wikipedia specifically states frequently adapts element from Somali mythology into her work. So I suspect that the reason information is so scarce is because she probably went straight to the source for these, and in Africa, they're probably more well-known. I think this is actually a really great find.

Fair enough! I only tried to look for one very briefly, and didn't get a hit. More than happy to find out about more African "ogres".


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My revised list for what I'd like to see in the Pathfinder RPG Bestiary VII:

Agathion, Caprinal (CR 7): Graceful faun / satyr-like humanoid Agathion with spiraling ram horns coming out of their heads. They cast spells like a cleric and can use their lay on hands ability to remove disease, poison, and fatigue in addition to curing damage. Caprinals act as acolytes, diplomats, scribes, and aids in Nirvana and are often summoned to the Material Plane to aid the clergy of the gods.

Agathion, Loxonal (CR 19): Eclipsed in power only by the Draconals, these armored, elephant-like Agathion juggernauts can enter a ferocious rage-like state equal to a powerful barbarian if they witness an evil act or deed and possess a powerful trumpeting ability which acts as a holy word spell. Loxonals often join celestial armies in crusading against the fiends of the lower planes of the multiverse.

Agathion, Ophidial (CR 13): Serpent-like Agathion that use their powerful psychic magic to defend the minds of innocents against forces that would twist them to evil. They also aid the Reptials in gathering and utilizing holy relics for the good of all benevolent forces in both Nirvana and the worlds of the Material Plane.

Angel, Seraph [1st Angelic Choir] (CR 19): These truly awe-inspiring angels have six wings and radiate an aura of heavenly fire that can reduce even a devil to ash and can also heal outsiders and mortals of good alignment. The Seraphs act in a similar function to Planetars (aka as the leaders of celestial armies) and while there is some contention between the two they generally work well together.

Angel, Hashmal [2nd Angelic Choir] (CR 18): These mighty four-winged angels act as judges and wardens for Heaven’s prisons and possess the ability to shift a foe's alignment one step toward lawful good (similar to the Ohrwurm ability of the Apostate Devils but more powerful). They also possess an ability to surround themselves and their massive warhammers with primal lightning which can electrocute even a demon of the abyss.

Angel, Ishim [3rd Angelic Choir] (CR 15): These powerful two-winged angels possess powers over elemental cold and flame as well as potent spell-like abilities and act as an advanced agents that are sent to worlds in the Material Plane in danger of fiendish invasion.

Alicorn (CR 6): Occasionally a Pegasus and a Unicorn will fall in love with one another and the foal they end up producing is often this majestic and benevolent combination of the best of both species.

Archon, Blade (CR 11): These metal-clad archons look like armored knights soaring through the skies on their blade-like wings. They exist to smite powerful fiends and are most at home fighting in the armies of heaven. They possess an ability of surrounding themselves with a heavenly pinwheel that resembles the blade barrier spell.

Cackle Bird (CR 5): A flightless bird of prey that resembles an over-sized ostrich but far more menacing (with a large hooked beak and raptor-like claws on it’s legs). It is covered in a massive pelt of pink plumage resembling ostrich feathers and can exhale a cone of pinkish gas that causes they affected by it to laugh hysterically.

Devil, Addiction [Atropocustra] (CR 7): These insectoid devils spread the will of hell with their powerful narcotics, forcing those addicted to their drugs to serve the whims of the Archdevils.

Devil, Crusader [Ascensoriel] (CR 8): These centaur-like devils act as advanced cavalry and elite shock troops for the forces of Hell.

Devil, Desert [Ghalshoaton] (CR 9): Crocodile-like devils who bear a potent weakness to holy water and seek to tempt the inhabitants of desert kingdoms into following the will of Hell.

Devil, Hellforge [Savnogon] (CR 13): These devils work the infernal forges of Hell, are covered in wrought iron, and reek of fire and brimstone.

Devil, Hunter [Edavagor] (CR 12): These huge, two headed wolves possess rotting eyes and act as tireless plane-hopping hunters of lost souls and escaped devils who have betrayed the powers of Hell.

Devil, Physician [Paigeon] (CR 10): Just as Contract Devils tempt with bargains and Cabal Devils tempt with promises of arcane power, so to do the Physician Devils tempt with promises of healing.

Devil, Rumor [Dababum] (CR 6): These sinister, rat-like Devils exist to slander and ruin the names and reputations of the enemies of Hell.

Devil, Seduction [Lilim] (CR 10): Created from especially wicked female souls claimed by the Queen of the Night Ardad Lili, these seductive female Devils exist solely to tempt men with physical pleasure.

Dragon (Other), Meteor (CR 17): These gargantuan, space faring dragons possess rocky hides, are capable of interstellar travel, and love to seek out hidden knowledge among the stars. It is advised to not anger them as they can be temperamental and destructive, bearing a cone shaped breath weapon of flame that can take the form of a meteor shower spell.

Dragon (Other), Song (CR 17): These benevolent, sinewy, shape-changing dragons love the sea, possess a cone shaped electric breath weapon, and can make use of powerful song-based abilities similar to a high level bard's. They are known to aid sailors and costal communities of humanoids that come under attack.

Gigas, Boneyard (CR 16): Mysterious and inscrutable, these pale, gaunt giants are clothed in flowing red robes and go about a mysterious agenda that most Psychopomps aren't even aware of. What is common knowledge however is that they possess a completely unfettered hatred for undead and will attack them on sight.

Gigas, Elysium (CR 17): These fair, benevolent, and courageous gargantuan giants serve (and even worship) the Elysian Titans and are perhaps the closest of Gigas-kind to their original Titan progenitors.

Gigas, Negative Energy (Necrophyscian) (CR 15): These skeletal gargantuan giants have rotting flesh, jutting bones, and a horrifically grotesque grin upon all their wide eye-stitched faces. They take perverse delight in turning living creatures into new and deadlier forms of half-living/half-undead.

Gigas, Nirvana (CR 17): Mysterious and mystic gargantuan giants that roam Nirvana, forever altering the landscape in kind and benevolent ways with their dreaming.

Gigas, Positive Energy (Lumigen) (CR 15): Devoted to the creation of life, these gargantuan giants of white living flame roam the multiverse creating and enhancing life wherever they trod.

Lycanthrope, Wereraven (Template): These mischievous but ultimately benevolent lycanthropes have unique powers (including summoning and transforming into raven swarms) but they also possess a unique vulnerability to gold as well as to silver.

Lycanthrope, Wereape (Template): Bestial, chaotic, and destructive, these lycanthropes are even more primal than the Wereboars and are found almost exclusively in tropical jungles or islands.

Lycanthrope, Wereserpent (Template): As cold as the blood that runs through their veins, these lycanthropes are rumored to have originated via vile experiments on humanoids performed by serpentfolk seeking to transform other races into more of their kind.

Vampire, Strigoi (Template): The progenitors of the vampire bloodline, these primal ancestors to the vampires look like feral humans but possess a fearsome ability to transform into a giant bat-like abomination along with other fell powers most vampires could only dream of possessing.


How about the angels of the Ars Paulina and the Zabaniah, from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Islamic folklore respectively? Considering how many gods possess the evil domain, having 43 new good, celestial gods wouldn't hurt.

Heck, why stop there? The fiendish forces have plenty of variance, but celestials only have around four. Maybe the new pantheons could bring in some new celestial races?

Also, maybe a Darwin Award Daemon.


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How about the angels of the Ars Paulina and the Zabaniah, from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Islamic folklore respectively? Considering how many gods possess the evil domain, having 43 new good, celestial gods wouldn't hurt.

Heck, why stop there? The fiendish forces have plenty of variance, but celestials only have around four. Maybe the new pantheons could bring in some new celestial races?

Also, maybe a Darwin Award Daemon.

.....the really weird thing is I can't tell if your being serious or if your being sarcastic. o_O


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In an effort to include more powerful, high level, fey in my own fantasy world, I decided to create a series of powerful fey lords which would be roughly equivalent in role to the Erlking, but for different environments. They're all loosely based on mythological figures, and though the mythical creatures they're based on are all male, they can all be either gender. They are as follows:

Aegir (Norse Mythology) Surfaces of Seas and Oceans (Powerful giants which resemble enormous Sahuagin with beards of tentacles)
Halogi (Norse Mythology) Volcanoes (Thin, Ibex-horned humanoids whose bodies appear to be crafted from obsidian and volcanic rock)
Taranis (Gaulish Mythology) Atmospheric (Storm-wielding, blue-skinned beings which use a giant metal wheel to create lightning.)
Dispater (Gaulish/Roman Mythology) Subterranean (Dark-skinned, hooded beings that hoard precious stones and hunt Underdark monsters. Would obviously need a different name here.)
Torngarssuk (Inuit Mythology) Tundras (Resembles a giant humanoid Polar Bear with antlers. Give boons to hunters they view as righteous and devour those they don't.)
Knonvoum (Mbuti Mythology) Jungles (Has mastery over serpents and actually wields them as weapons)
Shezmu (Egyptian Mythology) Deserts and Badlands (Resembles a skeletal Jackal-man. Anthropophagous but will also protect desert tribes)
Silenus (Greek Mythology) Fields and Meadows (Super-Ultra-Mega Satyr. We already have Seilenoi in Pathfinder, so we'd probably have to use something else for this role.)
Achelous (Greek Mythology) Rivers and Lakes (Resembles a Minotaur with a more human face. His horns, when detached, form Cornucopias.)
Rubezahl (Germanic Mythology) Mountains (Temperamental red-bearded ogres with weather-manipulating abilities that are very stubborn and demand frequent tribute. Have a tendency to inhabit liminal areas on the borders between nations.)
Kaang (Bushman Mythology) Savannahs (Resembles a humanoid mantis. Typical Trickster figure, loves manipulating people and respects and grants boons to those who outsmart it at its own game.)
Phorcys (Greek Mythology) Deep Oceans (Malevolent crab men with mad scientist-like personalities, enjoying doing experiments on the inhabitants of the deep waters in order to transform them into horrific monsters.)
Pua Tu Tahi (Maori Mythology) Coral Reefs (Gentle giants who resemble treants made of coral. Extremely protective of reef life, and use their bodies as homes for all sorts of creatures.)
Whiro (Polynesian Mythology) Deserted Islands (Fiendish four-armed lizardmen who trap travelers on their island homes and demand human sacrifices from the llocals.)

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A CR 1/2-1 flying sentient race that is/was the precursor race to tengu/strix/syrinx but things happened.

Not having tie to Elemental Plane of Air a big plus.

Yes, I also suggested something similar for AA2 for Starfinder.


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Wannabe Demon Lord, all those creatures sound interesting to me.

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Berselius wrote:
Reduxist wrote:

How about the angels of the Ars Paulina and the Zabaniah, from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Islamic folklore respectively? Considering how many gods possess the evil domain, having 43 new good, celestial gods wouldn't hurt.

Heck, why stop there? The fiendish forces have plenty of variance, but celestials only have around four. Maybe the new pantheons could bring in some new celestial races?

Also, maybe a Darwin Award Daemon.

.....the really weird thing is I can't tell if your being serious or if your being sarcastic. o_O

I think a Daemon that promotes "never my fault" thinking leading to premature deaths from being an idiot would be interesting.

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