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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
OOOO, so will there be stuff on the Order of the Vice?
Either way, looking forward to this book since Hellknights and Eagle Knights share the top spot in my list of favorite Golarion Factions(with the Shackles pirates coming in a close second).
F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Since this book will be 96 pages, will we still be seeing a Player's Companion book for March? I only ask since no new player companion book was announced along with the other products.
A thread on another forum got me thinking of some setting questions for the Shackles:
1. Is there "traditional" buccaneers in the Shackles?(Like the ones who hunted wild cattle and pigs on Hispaniola in the Caribbean)
2. The Shackles seem to have all the Human ethnicities represented on the islands with the understandable exception of the land locked Kellid. Is it possible for there to be some Kellid tribes in the Shackles, perhaps descending from Taldan and Chelish slave plantations?
For me the popularity of the keneticest is a bit of a turn off. There is also something about the occultist that just clicks with me.
Not a fan of the kineticist class, but then I never had the pleasure of watching the Avatar series. The occultist class, much like the bloodrager class from ACG, just clicked with me. I like the fluff concept of the occultist. Didn't really care for the other classes, but since I watched Insidious last night, I am starting to dig the Medium.
Agreed, Dragon78. Also I am not happy that Starfall, Capital of Numeria wasn't included. Instead as GM, I have to purchase Pathfinder Adventure Path #89: Palace of Fallen Stars, which is frustratingly inconvenient. It should have been in the Campaign setting much like Whitethrone was included in Irrisen and Kalsgard in Lands of the Linnorm Kings or Sothis in Osirion Campaign Setting. Yeah, frustrating to say the least.
Yeah, Paizo does this with a lot of their major cities. Kalsgard only got a small paragraph in Lands of the Linnorm king. The major write up was in the Jade Regent series. If I remember correctly, Caliphas was also very small in Rule of Fear, with most of the info in the Carrion Crown AP.
I suppose in the long run it allows more words to be written for the setting, since the capitals can get articles in the adventures, leaving room for more fluff in the campaign books.
doc the grey wrote:
Kytons are my favorite outsider, but what cinches it is "gnomish batman". Ah well, still got a month before I get my hard copy. Looking forward to mining it for my future 5E game.
Just a wild guess from teasers I read on another website, but would said support group be staffed by Kytons?
Jim Groves wrote:
Nice. Strange enough, its my favorite part of Numeria though from what little was said of the city before, it might be the "least" Numerian in theme.
We know that souls can be sent to Hell and the Abyss without going through Pharasma by ritual sacrifices, various demon abilities and certain evil spells, but how do angels snatch souls to be taken to Heaven without going through Pharasma's judgement?
There is some mention in the Carrion Crown AP about deathbed confessions that bring down the wrath of psychopomps, but nothing beyond that.
I asked a question on what happened to the survivors of the crash and it was mentioned that it was a plot point.
Speculation: Maybe the Androids are the rebuilt survivors of the crash. That would explain why they are human in appearance and why they have souls. Their souls could of been "saved" by the ships computers (or other futuristic device) and then imprinted onto androids when they are built. How this would tie into the Iron Gods themselves, I do not know. Would be interesting to see an Android Cleric to one of the Iron Gods.
Will the Iron Gods in the Numeria AP get a religion article?
You mentioned in another thread that the Star Mount was a human ship. Would the decedents(assuming there were any survivors) of the extraterrestrial humans still maintain a separate culture from the local Kellid tribes or have they all been absorbed over the millennia?