Indulgence: Dajobas, Devourer of Worlds (OGL) PDF

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by Nicolas Logue

The Tulita tribes of the Razor Coast once bowed before his insatiate hunger and offered sacrifices of slaughter to his wanton maw. Forsaken for an age, Dajobas, the mighty shark god was cast into the deepest reaches of the Razor Sea. His hunger for carnage has festered in the lightless depths for hundreds of years, but his hour of apocalypse is finally at hand. Drawn to the world of men once more by the scent of bloody seas, Dajobas rises anew. Learn everything you need to know about this horrific deity including new domains, feats, spells, weapons, and a prestige class in this eight page obeisance to He Who Eats the World.

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Everything a God of Hunger and Carnage should be

5/5

Logue has done it again.

This is absolutely everything you want a vile cannibal god to be. Whether you are running a campaign that takes place along the coast or actually on the sea, sends the PCs to dark jungles, or if you just want your players to match wits and swords with a truly heathen cult - Dajobas is what you're looking for.

The backstory, new feats, and magic items are awesome. The quality to price ratio of this product is insane. Dajobas does not disappoint.

He Who Eats the World will consume your imagination, and I can practically guarantee that you'll want to add Dajobas to the darker side of your world's pantheon.


A great, dark god!

5/5

This is what Sekolah should have been.
'Nuff said.


4/5

Very good work. Dajoba though not dead is stirring in his eternal sleep and this is going to send waves of terror in the razor sea as well as around my table. I really like the mood that is set in this Indulgence. Now I'm yearning for the dark waters of the Razor Coast book!


Excellent Insprirational Material

4/5

Not only was this PDF a great source of inspiration for my campaigns, but its a great advertisement for Nick's upcoming Razor Coast products. Lot's of great ideas in this one, and very intuitively developed.


5/5

...sobs


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Now you can get your Shark God at Paizo!!!

Sovereign Court

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Too bad the product couldn't include notes about how to adapt the new deity into FR, Greyhawk, and now Golorian pantheons.

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Andrew Phillips wrote:
Too bad the product couldn't include notes about how to adapt the new deity into FR, Greyhawk, and now Golorian pantheons.

Nope, but I'm sure people will offer their own ideas...I definitely could too. It's already been suggested that Dajobas might make a great incarnation of the Devourer in Eberron on another messageboard.

People will probably offer their own ideas on adaptation in our Forums too.

Actally, truth be told, because Dajobas is a "long dead god recently returned" he is pretty easy to drop right into any coastal campaign in any setting. I kind of designed him that way just in case people wanted to snatch him up and throw him into their world.


Rolly polly fish heads...

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Harthagoa!!! wrote:
Rolly polly fish heads...

Dude, you're winning the poll again too. You rock Harthagoa!


At the risk of sounding like a heretic, how hard is it to use some of the information on Dajobas for a cult of Sekolah? I know, "evil shark god" is pretty similar right there, but beyond that, are there any hiccups in trying to port the information over?

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KnightErrantJR wrote:
At the risk of sounding like a heretic, how hard is it to use some of the information on Dajobas for a cult of Sekolah? I know, "evil shark god" is pretty similar right there, but beyond that, are there any hiccups in trying to port the information over?

Sounds like a good fit to me now that you mention it!

Liberty's Edge

KnightErrantJR wrote:
At the risk of sounding like a heretic, how hard is it to use some of the information on Dajobas for a cult of Sekolah? I know, "evil shark god" is pretty similar right there, but beyond that, are there any hiccups in trying to port the information over?

KEJR, I just finished reading the article. I think you could definitely use large chunks of it (particularly the crunchy bits) for Sekolah. Dajobas counts Sahuagin as some of his primary worshippers, so there’s crossover there. The article contains a new monster which would work great as a sort of Sahuagin shock trooper, some new feats (which would suit sahuagin to a tee) and a new prestige class which I think could also work for you. You’d probably need to change the creation / origin myths a bit to suit Sekolah though.

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Mothman wrote:
KnightErrantJR wrote:
At the risk of sounding like a heretic, how hard is it to use some of the information on Dajobas for a cult of Sekolah? I know, "evil shark god" is pretty similar right there, but beyond that, are there any hiccups in trying to port the information over?
KEJR, I just finished reading the article. I think you could definitely use large chunks of it (particularly the crunchy bits) for Sekolah. Dajobas counts Sahuagin as some of his primary worshippers, so there’s crossover there. The article contains a new monster which would work great as a sort of Sahuagin shock trooper, some new feats (which would suit sahuagin to a tee) and a new prestige class which I think could also work for you. You’d probably need to change the creation / origin myths a bit to suit Sekolah though.

Yep! Sahuagin factor big into Dark Vistas #1: Razor Coast. It's pretty cool actually cause

Spoiler:

Before Dajobas' return, they were enslaved by Harthagoa, now that their god is coming back to the world, they are in the midst of a civil war...kind of a tug of war between serving the demon kraken and returning to Dajobas' gory fold


Wunderbar! I may be picking up my second indulgence soon.

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KnightErrantJR wrote:
Wunderbar! I may be picking up my second indulgence soon.

Sweet! Hope you enjoy it Knight!

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Nicolas Logue wrote:
Now you can get your Shark God at Paizo!!!

Alright. Looks neat, but I'm confused. Is this fluff, crunch, or an adventure? I went to your website for Sinister Adventures and thought, "Ah, adventures." But then, I'm not sure they are.

So, I stand . . . or rather, sit . . . perplexed.

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Saurstalk wrote:
Nicolas Logue wrote:
Now you can get your Shark God at Paizo!!!

Alright. Looks neat, but I'm confused. Is this fluff, crunch, or an adventure? I went to your website for Sinister Adventures and thought, "Ah, adventures." But then, I'm not sure they are.

So, I stand . . . or rather, sit . . . perplexed.

This a "Core Beliefs" style article (though it reads more like a Demonomicon entry truth be told) about a long dead god recently returned from the black deeps of the sea.

It includes a good mix of fluff and crunch (new items, feats, a new monster, and a new PrC). Great fodder for any dark sea faring campaign, and especially awesome as a supplement for Razor Coast.

Hope that helps!

Liberty's Edge

Blood Waters is an adventure.

There's one about adding swashbuckling duelling stuff to your game, one about running underwater adventures, and one about a Shark God.

It looks like a fluffy, crunchy mix to me.

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Heathansson wrote:

Blood Waters is an adventure.

There's one about adding swashbuckling duelling stuff to your game, one about running underwater adventures, and one about a Shark God.

It looks like a fluffy, crunchy mix to me.

Yep, what Heath said. Only one of the current wave of Indulgences is an adventure. The first full length mega-adventure is out in - June I think Nick?

Liberty's Edge

Richard Pett's got a swampventure out next month; not sure how long it is or what level and all.

I bet if people crunch this up, they'll make more.

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Mothman wrote:
Heathansson wrote:

Blood Waters is an adventure.

There's one about adding swashbuckling duelling stuff to your game, one about running underwater adventures, and one about a Shark God.

It looks like a fluffy, crunchy mix to me.

Yep, what Heath said. Only one of the current wave of Indulgences is an adventure. The first full length mega-adventure is out in - June I think Nick?

Correct!

Razor Coast comes out in June.

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Heathansson wrote:

Richard Pett's got a swampventure out next month; not sure how long it is or what level and all.

I bet if people crunch this up, they'll make more.

Pett's swamp adventure, called Still Waters is longer than Blood Waters...probably about 12,000 words when all is said and done (a fairly good-to-medium sized Dungeon magazine adventure is a good analogy).

It rocks.

BTW, I guess I'll have to write an adventure called Black Waters or something like that, so we can have a Waters trilogy of Logue, Pett, Vaughan. ;-)

And it's not the only adventure on the schedule for next month. Shrine of Frenzy is coming out at the same time.


Nicolas Logue wrote:
Heathansson wrote:

Richard Pett's got a swampventure out next month; not sure how long it is or what level and all.

I bet if people crunch this up, they'll make more.

Pett's swamp adventure, called Still Waters is longer than Blood Waters...probably about 12,000 words when all is said and done (a fairly good-to-medium sized Dungeon magazine adventure is a good analogy).

It rocks.

BTW, I guess I'll have to write an adventure called Black Waters or something like that, so we can have a Waters trilogy of Logue, Pett, Vaughan. ;-)

And it's not the only adventure on the schedule for next month. Shrine of Frenzy is coming out at the same time.

DAMN YOU NICK LOGUE... YOU WANT ALL MY MONEY!!

Fine, fine....
you can have it.
Here.....

Hands Nick Logue his money

I hope you feel sorry for all my players, both current and future (and my pocket book.)

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lojakz wrote:
Nicolas Logue wrote:
Heathansson wrote:

Richard Pett's got a swampventure out next month; not sure how long it is or what level and all.

I bet if people crunch this up, they'll make more.

Pett's swamp adventure, called Still Waters is longer than Blood Waters...probably about 12,000 words when all is said and done (a fairly good-to-medium sized Dungeon magazine adventure is a good analogy).

It rocks.

BTW, I guess I'll have to write an adventure called Black Waters or something like that, so we can have a Waters trilogy of Logue, Pett, Vaughan. ;-)

And it's not the only adventure on the schedule for next month. Shrine of Frenzy is coming out at the same time.

DAMN YOU NICK LOGUE... YOU WANT ALL MY MONEY!!

Fine, fine....
you can have it.
Here.....

Hands Nick Logue his money

I hope you feel sorry for all my players, both current and future (and my pocket book.)

Ha!

::Counts money...and the souls of your players!!!::

MUUUHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

;-)

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Heathansson wrote:

Richard Pett's got a swampventure out next month; not sure how long it is or what level and all.

I bet if people crunch this up, they'll make more.

It's gonna be longer than Blood Waters, probably more like 15 pages and it should be for 6th level PCs.

It's called Still Waters.

Sovereign Court

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Nicolas Logue wrote:
BTW, I guess I'll have to write an adventure called Black Waters or something like that, so we can have a Waters trilogy of Logue, Pett, Vaughan. ;-)

OK...I'll take one!

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Hmmm...it says Dithering posted, but I cannot see him.

::CRIES::

Sovereign Court

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Nicolas Logue wrote:

Hmmm...it says Dithering posted, but I cannot see him.

::CRIES::

Me either...odd...oh well...I think I said something to the effect of:

Nicolas Logue wrote:
BTW, I guess I'll have to write an adventure called Black Waters or something like that, so we can have a Waters trilogy of Logue, Pett, Vaughan. ;-)

I'll want the Wet Trilogy!

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DitheringFool wrote:
Nicolas Logue wrote:

Hmmm...it says Dithering posted, but I cannot see him.

::CRIES::

Me either...odd...oh well...I think I said something to the effect of:

Nicolas Logue wrote:
BTW, I guess I'll have to write an adventure called Black Waters or something like that, so we can have a Waters trilogy of Logue, Pett, Vaughan. ;-)

I'll want the Wet Trilogy!

The Wet Trilogy! Nice. Now it's on!


Well, things got a bit hectic for a while, but not that I've finally had time to pick this up, this was brilliant. While Dajobas comes across as generally destructive in the article, a lot of the ideas sounded great for a Sekolah related theme.

In fact, for anyone familiar with the Realms, the article gave me tons of ideas to use for a "Threat from the Sea" era game, with Sekolah "hunting" the faithful of other gods such as Umberlee, and sending out wereshark created "converts" all over the place. I really made me want to dig out my Sea of Fallen Stars resource and figure out how to . . . ahem . . . dive into this.

Really, really great work Nick.

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KnightErrantJR wrote:

Well, things got a bit hectic for a while, but not that I've finally had time to pick this up, this was brilliant. While Dajobas comes across as generally destructive in the article, a lot of the ideas sounded great for a Sekolah related theme.

In fact, for anyone familiar with the Realms, the article gave me tons of ideas to use for a "Threat from the Sea" era game, with Sekolah "hunting" the faithful of other gods such as Umberlee, and sending out wereshark created "converts" all over the place. I really made me want to dig out my Sea of Fallen Stars resource and figure out how to . . . ahem . . . dive into this.

Really, really great work Nick.

Wow! Thanks KnightErrantJR! Glad you enjoyed the Indulgence! More Indulgences a'comin in a wee bit! Including Pett's Swampventure! :-)


What's a bit?

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Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:

What's a bit?

Ha! I'm hoping to have em available next week! But! Life has been pretty crazy lately. It may take until the beginning of the week after!


Right on. The vic's (oops) I mean characters are only third level.


Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:

What's a bit?

Well, for instance, two guys get up on stage and pretend to be standing at a bus stop. Now only one of these guys has an umbrella, and when it begins to rain...

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Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:

What's a bit?

It's that metal part of the bridle that Captain Razor puts on Dajobas when he wants to go for a ride.


Rambling Scribe wrote:
Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:

What's a bit?

It's that metal part of the bridle that Captain Razor puts on Dajobas when he wants to go for a ride.

NICE!


Rambling Scribe wrote:
Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:

What's a bit?

It's that metal part of the bridle that Captain Razor puts on Dajobas when he wants to go for a ride.

Is he the guy that liked Gilette so much he bought the company?

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Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:
Rambling Scribe wrote:
Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:

What's a bit?

It's that metal part of the bridle that Captain Razor puts on Dajobas when he wants to go for a ride.
Is he the guy that liked Gilette so much he bought the company?

It was more like a hostile take-over.


Rambling Scribe wrote:
Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:
Rambling Scribe wrote:
Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:

What's a bit?

It's that metal part of the bridle that Captain Razor puts on Dajobas when he wants to go for a ride.
Is he the guy that liked Gilette so much he bought the company?
It was more like a hostile take-over.

Oh, like that Meaning of Life movie.


What an amazing parody... the old corporate raiders as pirates scene. Gilliam's eye is so unique.


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Yeah, it definitely was schlick schtick.

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Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:
Yeah, it definitely was schlick schtick.

Don't you mean Schick?


Cut me some schlack, will ya?
It's hard talking widdout lips.

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Muah ha! That jabberjaw! He's so CRAZY!

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The Jade wrote:
Jabberjaw th SharkGodAvatar wrote:

What's a bit?

Well, for instance, two guys get up on stage and pretend to be standing at a bus stop. Now only one of these guys has an umbrella, and when it begins to rain...

Ha! I miss acting class.


Nicolas Logue wrote:


especially awesome as a supplement for Razor Coast.

Hope that helps!

Link broken: "404: Component not found"

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roguerouge wrote:
Nicolas Logue wrote:


especially awesome as a supplement for Razor Coast.

Hope that helps!

Link broken: "404: Component not found"

Curses! Here's a new one! Thanks roguerouge!

RAZOR COAST

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More Dajobas goodness in the Second Wave of Indulgences:

WAVE 2! Read all about em!!!


Nicolas Logue wrote:
Now you can get your Shark God at Paizo!!!

All Hail the Shark God!


Wow! I'm waaaay late to the party it seems (time for a little thread necromancy) ...

Anyway, Dajobas (interesting enough) seems to PERFECTLY fit the bill for something I'm brewing ... a sort of homebrew AP (working title is "The Shark God's Teeth") and I was considering Sekolah (of course) when I recalled the Razor Coast and thought they might have something I could use ... and sure enough, they do. ;)

Now of course I need to think of individual titles and a cohesive storyline.

Thanks Nick Logue (oh, in the seven years since the last post, did that WET trilogy ever come to pass? (Blood Waters, Still Waters, and "Black Waters")?

Dean


If you want a PFRPG update of Sinister Adventures material check out Frog God Games Razor Coast.

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