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That's the spirit. I loved this AP its just a shame that a member of our group at the time made us switch APs after 3/4ths of the party got wiped in the final dungeon in book 2.


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Perpdepog wrote:
NECR0G1ANT wrote:
Grankless wrote:
Paizo Drow also fortunately don't have the insane racist backstory of "god gave them dark skin so everyone knows they're evil" like in dnd. They're just a$*!%%+s who have evil radiation poisoning and like demons.

Evil surface elves do (on rare occaisons) transform into drow elves, even in 2E. Not sure how, exactly.

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For greater context and nuance, not all drow are evil and not all drow communities worship demons.

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From context, it sounds like elves are turned into drow if a demon lord catches notice of them doing something especially bad, kind of like an invite for club membership they can't refuse.

Their probably really excited and flattered to receive those offers they can't refuse from the various Demon Lords, Qlippoth Lords, R.Gug, and etc. Otherwise I wonder if they wake up later with a Varguoille or nightmare head in their bed.


I would be totes grateful if it included stats for ya boi the Faceless God. Since my players have been dealing with his machinations and "hunts" for close to three years now though I know this is highly unlikely as well.


Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
Eternally Lost Boy wrote:

okay I realize this is a silly question to ask here on volume 4 of this particular AP but, this has me a bit confused. First off thanks to the people over at Paizo for putting out this particular AP I have to admit the swarm have been one of the topics and concepts that has frequently been one of the things that have intrigued me most about starfinder.

But I've looked through the alien codexes I've been able to obtain at this point and with all the references people have been making to the Zerg and Tyranids etc. I feel a little confused I was hoping someone could clarify what the difference or differences were between say the Paizo race known as the Hive or the Dominions of the Black? Because from what I've seen popping up they seem similar enough that figuring out the core identity of the race or what really sets them apart is becoming a bit tricky.
Sorry for the goofy question.

The DoB are more lovecraftian in nature, dealing with damaging the mind and warping the flesh, the Swarm are more about augmenting themselves.

If you’re talking about the Hive from Pathfinder they’re basically the Aliens from the film series of the same name.

So more bio ships or very gigantic transport creatures to travel between the stars.


okay I realize this is a silly question to ask here on volume 4 of this particular AP but, this has me a bit confused. First off thanks to the people over at Paizo for putting out this particular AP I have to admit the swarm have been one of the topics and concepts that has frequently been one of the things that have intrigued me most about starfinder.

But I've looked through the alien codexes I've been able to obtain at this point and with all the references people have been making to the Zerg and Tyranids etc. I feel a little confused I was hoping someone could clarify what the difference or differences were between say the Paizo race known as the Hive or the Dominions of the Black? Because from what I've seen popping up they seem similar enough that figuring out the core identity of the race or what really sets them apart is becoming a bit tricky.
Sorry for the goofy question.


The Gold Sovereign wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:
So I still think main villain might be Cosmo disguised as another entity in this AP.

The Villain was revealed in the Pathfinder Friday show and its reveal surely made this AP even more appealing to me. There's a huge possibility for two articles I always hoped for to finally make it in one of the volumes.

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oh what was it about the reveal that boosted your interest?


Who made it into the npc gallery and how detailed was the article on the whispering way leadership? Did it list class lvls or just say what each leader/official was?


I believe the Valsin term for Sevenfingers' appearance would be Leng Ghoul those seem to be ears sticking out of the hat with the rings rather then horns. Would explain the hooves and the ties with that "plane". Also brings into question those earlier accounts regarding the dread pirate's race, because I think the whole being an explanar undead would be hard to miss or leave out of his legend or notoriety, unless this is a new development for this nautical evil doer.


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I can see Aeons, some Inevitables, and Hounds of Tindalos being quite annoyed by these chronal antics.


I hope the Neh-Thalggu get the respect and love they deserve.