:) but really I’d prefer that they stay the same in that regard.
I asked this question in two blogs and didn’t get an answer. I just want to know out of curiosity. In the second edition playtest bestiary the jabberwock and the grim reaper are said to be unique creatures but in first edition they are depicted as a species or race of creatures. I just want to know why that changed?
James Jacobs wrote:
Is this the first time that more than four iconics have appeared in an adventure path?
Adam Daigle wrote:
OK thank you :)
Skeld, PDF Prophet wrote:
I'm just a little confused when you say that
there is not much iconic art, do you mean the pieces in the adventure section or just for all the artwork in general?
Marco Massoudi wrote:
That's okay because this answer satisfies me enough:)
Well then you gotta ask yourself what do you actually want/mean out of it being "canon"? You already know it's going to be a "possible future". That means it will never be stated with absolute certainty to be *the* future of Golarion. It also most likely means that they won't go out of their way in Pathfinder to make it impossible for the setting of Starfinder to come to be. Do you mean will they ever reference the Starfinder events in Pathfinder? Why or how would they, given that it's far, far in the future. So, by asking whether it is canon, what are you actually asking?
I guess I just want a confirmed answer
For pathfinder is what I meant