DoctorFate25 wrote:Crystal Frasier was in charge of Ironfang Invasion.Rysky wrote:cause Jason Bulmahn(or Erik Mona, forgot which)DoctorFate25 wrote:Ironfang Invasion - forest adventure, couldn't have taken place in Garund,cause jungles don't have bears & dire wolves.Uh, yeah they do. Even the I’m not sure what having/not having bears and wolves has anything to do with Ironfang Invasion.Quote:wanted an adventure where the players wouldn't worry about where they place their dire bear mount when they enter a village or a tavern,No, the AP was built around more allowances for Mounts and Animal Companions, nothing specific about bears or wolves.Quote:the adventure was clearly about the forest mythology, this AP clearly wanted to give the druid class some love & their fey mythology,which are inherently European.
... no they're not. Garund/Africa has Fey and mythologies. Aside from the name "Druid" there's nothing inherently European about it. As for the AP, it has a section about the Fey, but it's not all about them. It's about Hobgoblins invading.Quote:
Apparently, there is a Wolf hybrid in Africa, still not enough.African mythology is about shamanism & witch doctors, a class which in Pathfinder doesn't focus too much on animals, plants & magical beasts.
You should probably go read up on African mythologies before making statements like this.Quote:& Paizo already had an AP that was about the Mwangi jungles, it would get repetitive if the went in that direction.They've had one, as opposed to all the adventures set in Avistan. How many are they allowed to have before they get "repetitive"? having another years later set in the Mwangi would not be repetitive.
I know she was in charge, but I am pretty sure she listens to orders, she said it in an interview.
I know the class ain't avistani focused, point was that druidism as a real life phenomenon was European.
I am pretty sure there are some GarundI fey considering the immense no. of monsters Paizo puts out, but the popular ones are European ones & are more numerous.
I was talking about the shaman class not being as nature based as the druid class, obviously the African mythology is filled with druidic type stories.
It would be repetitive it the adventure is all about jungle type stuff. African adventure(usually) = nature adventure(Tarzan) sprinkled with lost cities ruled by necromancers, gorillas(or baboons) & forgotten gods.