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With the Starfinder 2E announcement and the planned cross-compatibility thereof, seems a good time to revive this thread!

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James Jacobs wrote:
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Others have said my thoughts better already, so I'll simply say if you make a Numeria product I will buy the heck out of it. Also, an AP that tours the Broken Lands would be wild! That one's probably a bigger ask, though. The unusual blend of themes would make it pretty niche. But *I* would play it.
You might wanna check out book 2 of Gatewalkers. It's kind of a "tour" of the Broken Lands, in that it spends time in 3 of the nations there.

Looks like I'll be playing in that soon, so I'm excited to explore the region!

But anyhoo. Numeria. Yes.

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It was mentioned at some point early in PF2, possibly even during the playtest, that with the 3-action economy something like the four-armed kasatha become a lot easier to balance around, so it's certainly been on somebody's mind, at least. Here's to hoping!

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Howdy y'all! N'wah/Ashton Sperry here, with an important post.

As it is often wont to do, Numeria came up during at least one of the panels today, and while it was confirmed Numeria's not on the immediate radar, there's no reason not to build up some hype and appreciation for a possible time when it is- after all, stranger things have happened!

Numeria's a special place- to me personally, as I've always loved that sweet swirl of fantasy and sci-fi that makes it so delicious- but it's also special in that covering Numeria fully would be the kind of affair that potentially affects all the product lines. Tech rules in the rulebooks; the nation, either as part of a Broken Lands book or one by its lonesome, in the Lost Omens line; and likely one or several adventures in the modules and/or AP lines. That certainly makes it an investment, in time, money, and annual shelf space!

That's why I wanted to start this thread: to show that there's loads of folks interested and eager to get back to that fantastical place. And not just as customers, but as freelancers, as well! I know I'm not alone in being someone whose go names in Paizo books and is downright eager to further flesh out the developments that have occurred in the intervening years, and I encourage my fellow freelancers who are so inclined to voice their interest as well.

So if you're one of the many folks for whom Numeria sings its siren song, let your voice be heard!

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If it gives you any insight, this song was my go-to when writing for Kevoth-Kul! <3

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keftiu wrote:
It reminded me to peek back at the Knights of Lastwall book, and I caught something there that I'd missed before - namely, that the Knights are trying to get Kevoth-Kul to share sovereign steel with neighboring Mendev and Sarkoris Scar. Success there furthers my idea upthread of the immortal Kellid king being an appearing leader to some Sarkorians, assuming he ever does decide to lend aid.

Glad you caught that li'l tidbit! <3

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Dotting! <3

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Praise Logbee!

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keftiu wrote:

I'm incredibly late to the party on this one, but whoever wrote Tesyovensku, bless you. I've *also* got a character who was a Chapel of Rent Flesh experiment, and Cythrul and Lady Altouna's little alliance is one of my single favorite bits of obscure lore. Feeling the most wonderful kind of pandered to.

Man, I wanna go back to Numeria.

Thank you so much! I try not to typecast myself, but Numeria is absolutely one of my favorite parts of the setting, and when the outline mentioned a Numerian skymetal merchant I pounced on it fast as I could. Writing Tesyovensku was also an opportunity for me to make a fellow nonbinary character, which was really enjoyable for me.

I'm so glad you like them!

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Working on this book along with Isabelle and everybody was a real treat. I only kicked in about 4k, but I got to cover a lot of various topics in just that. Hope y'all enjoy the book a lot!

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Hooray! Working on this book was such a treat!

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Woran wrote:
Praise be Logbee!

All hail the Logbee!

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Jacob W. Michaels wrote:
Is it August yet? This was so much fun to work on and I can't wait to buy everything.

Agreed! This was a blast to work on and everyone really did some awesome work!

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Howdy, all! About a decade ago I whipped up a printable Kingmaker charter that proved pretty popular, and with the upcoming updated release I thought I'd make a new version for folks to enjoy.

You can find the printable 3-page PDF on my DeviantART here. Each page is a separate version of the charter, a "standard edition" with clean edges, a version with torn edges, and a version without a background for folks looking to save ink and/or print on vellum-colored paper or the like. Hope you enjoy it!

In addition, I might give making some other handouts another go, and also wanted to encourage other folks who want to make or have already made Kingmaker freebie extras to share them here!

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Hooray!

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Sounds good. Thanks!

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Working on a submission, and I was wondering just to confirm: for Bestiary entries, that's 750 words for just one creature, correct?

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This kerfuffle reminds me of a lawyer friend talking about reading old case law in school, in particular a case called "Trover to wit two horses," and how, apparently, in older legal documents (at least in my state), they didn't bother with such formalities as punctuation. The text just goes and goes.

So I suppose we can thank Ron for at least using modern legalese, which is at least as legible as the End User License Agreements few of us bother to read.

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Would you say... the devil's in the details?

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silversarcasm wrote:

This has been indicated to be the case for months now lmao it's so that they don't assign them a power level which conflicts with a later ap that wants to use them

Not to mention GMs who want to run a long campaign using one or some of these folks without an AP. If the NPCs are locked in a specific "canon" stat block, it can seem like a limitation on the options a GM might have to use them as they see fit.

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CorvusMask wrote:

I also like how there are other post campaign articles without confirming they happened ;D Such as Choral the dragon theory and certain three headed raven from War for the Crown

Also one of my favorite lines in book:

"I am gravely disappointed in the quality of assassination in this country.
No one stays dead."

You can thank Mikhail Rekun for that line, CorvusMask. :D

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Popliteal wrote:
I'm debating whether to pick this up from my FLGS or just the pdf. I'm reading that the art is amazing, so it's pushing me more towards physical. I'm a sucker for fantasy art and PF2e has been on point so far.

Much as I'd like to be like, "oh, buy both!" I certainly understand limited funds to put into stuff like this.

I'd probably recommend the hardcover. This is a book you'll want to return to time and time again- or at least I hope!- and having that book on your shelf makes accessing that sense of physicality, of flipping through the pages and enjoying the art and words, very doable.

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Hmm wrote:
Two days to go! I so want people to see this beautiful book!

Beautiful is indeed the word for it! Not only is the writing excellent, but there's tons of art- many of which make for great handouts/images to show players. The whole team really pulled out all the stops with this one.

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Terevalis Unctio of House Mysti wrote:
Do we know, if or when these options will be PFS legal?

I don't think there's been any word either way, but if I had to guess, due to the nature of the rules stuff being Uncommon/Rare/Unique and focused on being learned/acquired from the specific individuals in question, they'd make for great Chronicle Sheet rewards. But that's just me taking a stab in the dark.

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Rules text for the book as a whole is somewhere in the "10% or under" range, yeah.

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I wouldn't presume to speak for all my co-contributors, but I'd like to think they're taking as much joy on the speculation from just this smidge of Lost Omens: Legends as I am. :D

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EEE!

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The Gold Sovereign wrote:
I would also love to see the likes of Azaersi, Baba Yaga, the Black Triune, Kevoth-Kul, Blood Mistress Jakalyn, or the Elven Queen.

Kevoth-Kul has been confirmed as in the book, that much I can say.

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Hooray! Congrats, Amber!

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Folks should totally review this- it helps the PFS folks know which adventure writers to give assignments to!

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Thank you for GMing! It was a lotta fun.

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18728-2001; Envoy's Alliance

Alcohol Lore Downtime: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (1) + 4 = 5

Thanks, dice! Looks like I spent most of my earnings getting drink tickets printed. :P

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I'm considering it, just not sure if I'm quite ready to dive into a long AP at this moment.

Oh! And before I forget- Drink Tickets!

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Thanks! It was a blast.

I'll have to get the sheet from you and get you my Society number and stuff- think I might be playing Fa'Dimah in some local pFS games sometime.

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Ooh! I shall consider it! Thanks!

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Congrats to you all! It's a fine, fine book.

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Worparun wrote:
If it's not too much effort, can you make a list of the demigods that have illustrations?

The List of Pictured Demigods:

Mammon
Cyth-V'sug
Ragadahn
Ranginori
Eritrice
Pulura
Szuriel
Mother Vulture
Hastur

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Hooray!

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Ludovicus wrote:
Can anyone who has the book yet tell me if you be LN while worshipping Achaekek?

You can be LE, LN, or NE and worship Achaekek.

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Should be ready and able to post tomorrow morning or afternoon. <3

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Got excited and made some printable Edgewatch badges this morning. Enjoy!

Agents of Edgewatch Badges

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No worries! I'll definitely be pretty busy 'til after Christmas, at the very least.

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Congrats, James!

Now I gotta update your part of the Staffer Rap. :P

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Saving people with the power of freight, now that's heroism.

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US Thanksgiving's tomorrow and I'm getting my beloved ready for work early the next day, so I might be scarce 'til the weekend. Just lettin' y'all know. :)

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I really appreciate that y'all are doing these!

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TRDG wrote:

My players and I were hooked when it was first announced and its getting closer!!!

Ha Ha, CAN'T WAIT!!

I do hope there is a quest or two that could take the party out of the city as an optional choice please :)

Tom

Well, you can always go to Bosco.

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Hmm wrote:

Late to the party, but very excited to see this one announced. I really hope you all like it!

Hmm

Yeah! It was an honor and a pleasure to work on this. <3

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In the Precipice Quarter criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate but equally important groups: the Edgewatch, who investigate crime; and the Pharasmins, who bury the offenders.

These are their stories.

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Andrew Mullen wrote:
Hooray, it’s announced! I’m really excited about this one :D

Seeing folks so amped for this book has absolutely made my day. <3

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