I’d love that but if it comes out before Southern Garund, I’m rioting.
David knott 242 wrote:
Aren't Maftet's smaller more humanoid Sphinx?
So something stood out to me about the Nuar entry, well two things really.
It states that they have no ancestral gods/mythic figures, yet in Galactic Magic there is a Nuar Goddess named Isvith, who may have ascended through the Starstone, and her portfolio is central to the Nuar way of life. So...I imagine that got missed by accident?
Also are Minotaurs still around? They get mentioned a lot in the entry and I am not certain if that means they are still kicking somewhere or are the Nuar is all that remains of that ancestry.
My copy went out so I got my copy, and I have to say, loving the art in this book.
I find it interesting that they focus heavily on the larger cities in the bigger nations and give them their own subsections. Bhopan is an intriguing-looking place from a cursory glance, and the Gods in this book are WILD looking. I love the Kashrishi, and how varied the Nagaji are in appearance, making the Lamia, Sneeple, and Yuan-ti fans proud.
James Jacobs wrote:
One of my players is playing a Dhampir that was raised by a friendly Ghoul, Bugbear and Halfling as her adoptive family, so I am glad for more ideas to work with when it comes to creepy but not monstrous ghouls.
David knott 242 wrote:
The Drift Hackers blurbs already kind of revealed how the Crisis "resolves" I think.
If made of sturdy enough metal a helm like that could function to crack falling rocks in half so they cascade down the sides perhaps…just a thought that popped into my head.
Or…instead of North we-we could like go South maybe?
To Holomog and….DROON!
Hmm…the statement that we won’t be hearing anything about Nemret Noktoria, it has me wondering if we’d ever get a Lost Omens: The Darklands book?
It would be interesting to run a campaign where folks never go above ground, or in a flip of delving into the dark below, there is a quest of breaching the blinding land above.
*Stares at the Spoilers and starts vibrating*
STOP TAUNTING ME AND JUST HAND IT OVER ALREADY PAIZO! DROON PLEASE!
Honestly, the most interesting part that I have gotten to read so far is actually in the continuing the campaign section.
book 3 spoilers:
The Salt Boom caused by the discovery of Pyronite. A frigging Gold Rush drawing the attention of the Blood Lords and the Arclords of Nex, with the Spellscars native mutants rising in strength and recognition with the chance of a new nation being formed. Where was that adventure?
Someone on the writing team confirmed that was a Mistake, not sure what they are gonna do to fix it if anything but know that the OG is the one that want to actually go with.
If that comes out before I get my Southern Garund or Arcadia book I might just scream.
*Holds up Droon to Paizo* Please? Give? No more taunts, just give.
I think that art is actually drawn from one of the P1 Campaign books, unfortunately.
I would like to see some of the ancestries talked about in the Vudra gazetteer in AoE show up. I want Rhinofolk, not as good as Elephantfolk, but close second.
Man some of the art I really like, and some I...do not.
Sarenrae's depiction I do not care very much for at all.
Oras, Besmara and Damoritosh I like a lot!
I get the person who said the Triune looks like a clockwork reaper, but the person that said Weyden looks like Commander Shepard is doing Shep dirty! His suit reminds me of the Astronaut from the Lego Movie.
That rumor has spawned an entire campaign in my head. Just tanking the status quo of Absalom and pointing out all the thinly veiled BS that has rotten the heart of the City at the Center of the World.
Back on topic...the depiction of some of the Gods mentioned has me a little worried, not gonna lie.
I know this isn't promised but I'm thinking of how an Impossible Lands book could be on the level of the Mwangi Expanse book, because arguably there is a lot less when it comes to nation wise to go over, but it would be interesting if it had sections on Ghorans, and the races mentioned in the Vudra Dossier in the Sixty Feet Under part of the Agents of Edgewatch AP for Jalmeray.
I'm interested in an Impossible Lands book, but the ones I am truly after is The Broken Lands and Saga Lands books, the northern regions of Avistan are some of my favorite.
Of course, if the Immpossible Lands details some of the nations south of Geb, like I don't know Holomog, I'd be VERY interested.
My Dream book though is Southern Garund, because PaiZO KEEPS TEASING ME WITH DROON!