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Wow, very cool seeing the hekatonkheires in a forest for scale instead of next to that poor adventurer about to get smashed in the bestiary!
This is exactly what I've been looking for! Utility magic is my favorite.
This is my favorite one for fantasy languages. They've got plenty of other stuff too (taverns, ballads, etc.)
Trickster gods are always good. Gotta have someone to blame when things go wrong, right?
Backward compatibility is more for the monsters than anything else. I don't see any reason why they would feel the need to keep alignments the same for all of the deities, as that's more of a setting thing anyway.
I think they just said that the gods aren't telling anyone what happened before the Gap.
I'm just crossing my fingers for Besmara of the Space Pirates
Me too. I never knew that I wanted an essay on ancient Keleshite history, but I absolutely loved that.
Oooh pretty! Thanks!
I once wrote backstories for a party of adventurers whose primary goal was food alchemy. I would buy "Confections of the Inner Sea" in a heartbeat.
Is it too early to rekindle the hype for this book?
Ooh this book looks exciting! Will there be anything more on slavery in Kelesh? I was really intrigued by that section in Inner Sea Races.
According to Archives of Nethys it is legal, and I haven't seen any mention of it being banned elsewhere. Hope this helps!
You could have the Efreet ask for something that seems harmless enough, like a bit of information that the party knows. Then have the Efreet do something unforeseeable and evil with said information.
Oooh I can't wait to sift through all of those.