Thanks for the correction, I asked that because Heroes of the Fringe specifically states that Half-Ekujae Elves have dark skin and did not mention any exceptions:
"The half-elves of the Mwangi Expanse have the dark skin of their Ekujae parents"
That kind of ruffled my girlfriend's feathers as her favorite repeating NPC is a lighter skinned Half-Ekujae Elven sorceress whose father is a male Keleshite human paladin of Sarenrae from a noble family. Glad to see that's been retconned.
Sparing Azaersi and letting her keep control over the Vault of the Onyx Citadel is a foolish decision. She can easily rebuild her forces and with the Citadel under her control she has a way to fully mobilize said forces and even gain allies in other areas of Golarion. A goblin is a maniac, a bugbear is a sadist, and a hobgoblin is a conqueror and NOTHING can change that. My Ironfang Legion Adventure Path PC's weighed the risks of letting Azaersi and her remaining forces live and found that unacceptable.
Yes it leaves Golarion with fewer possible allies to rely on against the rise of the Whispering Tyrant but let's be honest, Tar-Baphon’s could possible seduce Azaersi and her forces with promises of riches, glory, power, and conquest and then not only would he have armies of undead but also armies of goblinoids capable of invading ANYWHERE at ANYTIME! So, yeah, sorry Paizo but my PC's cut the head off of the snake and then burned the body so Azaersi isn't coming back in our campaign.
That certainly doesn't mean others can do differently though. ;)
Why did the Chelaxians decide to dump mine tailings on merfolk city?
Probably because they hated the Merfolk and thought dumping their crap into the ocean would be convenient. Two birds, one stone. Unfortunately for House Thrune, the decision came back to bite Cheliax in the butt REALLY HARD!
Really, nothing about Southern Garund? There's so much to explore and discover there though:
The Vudra colony of Chauxen
I was really hoping we'd get Second Darkness and Legacy of Fire converted to 1st Edition Pathfinder. As for signing up for this crowdfunding measure, I find it slightly confusing that Paizo Publishing is resorting to having it's customers spend their own money in order to fund production on a product Paizo itself is supposed to be working on. Is Paizo having revenue issues?
Just goes to the show not every monster is a simple generic statblock. A Troll can become a lawful neutral monk who loves peace and friendship. A Centaur can forsake his or hers tribe and study the ways of magic in a Metropolis. And a Fiend can rise above the evil and vileness that spawned it to become something more difficult and nobler than before. All it takes is imagination, a sheet of paper, a pen, and some dice. ;) :D
Phillip Gastone wrote:
Considering this is Sorshen, Runelord of Lust I am thinking that one would need a stack of Cure Disease scrolls on hand if anything more was tried.
You assume she would tolerate having, er, "relations" with an individual (or a group of individuals) who have STD's. I think she has higher tastes than that dude. ;)
Michael Sayre wrote:
I really tried to sell the team on applying some of the results of my campaign completions to the canon, but I got a lot of side-eye when I suggested that there should be a luchador king in the River Kingdoms....
...and his trusty Tyrannosaurus mount "MUFFINS"! ;) :D
Yeah, I'm gonna be honest Paizo Publishing, I don't like any of them. There are too many evil and chaotic neutral based characters and don't even get me started on the undead elf who worships a goddess of disease and misery (I'm sure the townsfolk of the Barony will just LOVE her to PIECES, probably by chopping her to pieces and then burning the remains).
Even the good aligned ones are lackluster to me (of which there seem to be only two) and even then we don't get a Paladin. Not to mention we only get one companion of each Core race which is very disappointing. I was hoping for more variety and choice and a greater number to choose from. I am very glad however that we can create our own party without these characters.
Since I believe Xanderghul is the most powerful of the current Runelords (to the level of achieving mythic level power), it would have to be one hell of a powerful Veiled Master.
Though from what I'm aware of, the Aboleth don't age and are born with all the knowledge of those that birthed them so it's certainly possible.
I was hoping Paizo was going to save the stopping of the countdown clocks of Osirion's (as well as the foretold invasion of the Dominion of the Black into Golarion's solar system) for a 6 part adventure path that would span at least six of the planets of Golarion's solar system (Castrovel, Akiton, Triaxus, etc etc) and culmulate on the planet Aucturn.
Don't get me wrong, I'm happy to get whatever I can from Paizo, I was just hoping we'd get something bigger is all. Unless I'm wrong and this manual will be the size of the Rise of the Runelords/Curse of the Crimson Throne manuals (in which case I take back everything ^_~).
It isn't an organized war like in D&D, but a conflict is still going on, based on the difference in alignment. However, whereas D&D had the NE outsiders as mercenaries to both sides,in Pathfinder demons and devil's will actually team up to put down a daemon threat.
Yup, I'm aware of canon Pathfinder lore regarding relations between fiends. I'm asking if anyone did anything different?
I pretty much had all the fiendish races fighting each other with the Daemons (and enlisted or enslaved Div) sending massive hordes into both the Abyss and Hell in order to bring death, oblivion, and suffering to the Multiverse.
The Devils and Demons would send their own armies into Abaddon to retaliate and also to fight each other while fighting their own internal threats (other powers of the Abyss for the Demons and the Asura for the Devils).
(Sniff)...I'm not crying....I'm not upset...I can deal with this...I can be a man and deal withOHGODDAMMIT!
Seriously though Crys hun, your work's awesomeness speaks for itself. You've made Paizo Publishing and their product so much better by your hard work and awesome presence and we, the consumer, thank you from the bottom of our little vegan hearts.
...now if you'll excuse me...I need to eat a whole tub of ice cream after hearing your leaving while blowing my nose into a trillion kleenix.
Thurston Hillman wrote:
Heh, really hoping for a mission to rescue the Pact World's sensational, feather boa draped, singing/dancing, interstellar diva one day! ;) :D
I'm hoping that the Sorcerer can bring the same amount of arcane power to bear that the Wizard can. I guess we'll find out when we get a preview for the Sorcerer. I'm hoping we'll get cool Bloodline mechanics. My GF really wants to play a Minkish (aka the anime Dragon-Half) Red Dragon Bloodline Sorcerer. ;)
While I will agree Malk that Goblins don't have to be disruptive, adding a core race into a tabletop roleplaying game that is canonically not welcome in most settlements in the very setting the game takes place in adds a level of difficulty that might make roleplaying them exceedingly difficult (depending on whether or not the GM is lenient and how strict the game's setting adheres to cannon Golarion). Perhaps Goblins would be better off being in a supplemental manual featuring other races that a player can be?