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The Tome of Horrors? But that’s been done already; why do it again? Well, actually it’s been done three times, but never like this. With the advent of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game as the newest torchbearer for the world’s most popular role-playing game, we need monsters—lots of monsters. That’s where The Tome of Horrors Complete delivers in spades. Starting from the original Tome written with the 3rd Edition rules along with the later releases of Tomes 2 and 3 for version 3.5, Necromancer Games was in the unique position to bring you updates of the classic monsters not formally released by the OGL, as well as, loads of new ones never sprung upon unsuspecting players before. So well received have these monsters been by the gaming community, that this open content has appeared again and again in game publications by other companies including updates to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game system and even appearances in its own Bestiaries.

Why stop there? Never before have all three volumes been updated to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game in their entirety and released as a single, hardbound tome. Monsters from the aberrant to the yellow musk zombie appear in this book, and everything in between—that’s over 700 monsters. But that’s not all; the appendices bring just as much to the table from templates to hazards to a treatise on poison variations in nearly 50 types of venomous snakes. There are also new feats, planes of existence, strange beings beyond mortal ken, and plenty of charts dividing the compiled monsters by CR, type, and terrain.

But it’s more than just that, because the entire compilation has also been updated to the Swords & Wizardry rules for release as another version of the volume. And in this version, the space freed up by the smaller stat blocks is filled by sample monster lairs and encounters with the hundreds of different monster types featured in the tome. Never before has this massive selection of monsters been updated and brought with these resources all together in one place for use in your own game. And before any Pathfinder players cry foul over the monster lair additions in the Swords & Wizardry version of The Tome of Horrors Complete, this lair information is included as a part of the PDF download.

So you’ve got the monsters—both from the original edition of the game and new—the templates, the multiple appendices on rules, planes, and the n’gathau, and a truckload of sample encounters and lairs to throw at your players, all together in one easy-to-use book. That’s why we call it The Tome of Horrors Complete!

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Absolute Must for A DM

5/5

Packed full of monsters. No more will there be an issue of stale old monsters being used over and over again. Great for DM's running the older Paizo APs and modules trying to convert them to PFRPG. And with the free 127 page Lairs enhancement you have plenty of ready to go side quests and one offs.


A big book made of awesome

5/5

Yes. You've seen most of this before. But, until now, you had to convert oll of the awesome beasties to PFRPG. No more.

818 pages of critters from the interesting to the epic. Anyone writing campaigns for PFRPG needs it on their shelf next to Bestiary 1, 2 (and soon 3).


You WILL own this. Accept your fate mortals.

5/5

Well Done. Essential. Required. Yes Really.


Thank You Frog God!

5/5

The title says it all, really. This book is a gift to us GMs. With more than 700 monsters, it's a treasure trove of coolness and it'll keep players busy for a VERY long time.

While I can't tell you if a monster's CMB is correct or a monster has one too many feats as I haven't read every single monster entry in detail, I can tell you that I'll be using a ton of these monsters in my own games. As an added bonus, Paizo has used the various Tomes of Horrors extensively throughout the adventure paths, and having this updated version of the Tomes means that the book becomes super relevant for those running Pathfinder modules as well.

The book itself is generally well laid out. My only gripe, and Frog God Games has explained why this is so, is that there's a wee bit too much white space in several monster entries. This is a minor gripe, however, and not something that subtracts from my overall impression.

The artwork is bad to awesome, all black and white. But overall a very decent collection of artwork.


Monstrously Epic

5/5

This book is monstrously epic. The ooos and awws never stopped as I flipped through its pages (in the PDF). It is 10 times more then I ever hoped for. I can't wait for my print copy to arrive. The Frog Gods rock in a way that it is so epic it makes all other rocks seem like pebbles. Keep doing what you are doing! I can't wait to see what your next epic pathfinder masterpiece is.


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Greg A. Vaughan wrote:


The Slumbering Tsar Saga Stuff

And to Quote the Adventures.... "Characters will die!"


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Clark Peterson wrote:
some things that made a lot of sense. . . .

I received the email last night when I was at work. Although I'm not supposed to use the internet for personal reasons while I'm at work (shhhh, it's "misconduct") I recognized a couple of things: I wanted the book and it would sell out fast.

I reserved my copy through Paizo and I'm feeling warm & fuzzy.

It doesn't really matter to me if there's a 2nd, 3rd or 4th edition of the book. I hope Clark and the guys are successful and keep producing great stuff.

I don’t believe that the “limited edition” language was a sales ploy, and if there’s a second printing, my feelings won’t be hurt.

I hope FGG can come up with a solution that works for them, and keeps the gaming community happy.

Good Luck, Clark!
SB


What Xai said...

... except work got crazy and I had no choice other than to wait until I got home tonight. Jumped right on the computer and dialed up this site to order, but skunked.

Anyway, thumbs up to FGG and congrats on the instant success of the tome! Hats off to Paizo too! Good people all around.

From experience, I understand all the details of the "investment v. actual sales," and the complexity Clark and crew have being gamers themselves, not expecting this wonderful sales outcome and wanting to stay true to their promise of "limited run" and all that. I think it's a great idea to do a second printing with no change in content and re-branding the 2nd Ed. with another title to distinguish it from the limited run 1st Ed.

It's obvious that even though the FGG crew are gamers, they still have to make a profit first and foremost--epecially on a work of this magnitude. Clark has already explained what needs to be done to keep FGG viable and able to bring more excellent products in the future, so we don't need to beat that mule anymore. Ya gotta make money... period. The business end is what it is no matter how passionate the developers are as gamers. As such, I'm thankful FGG is even kicking around the idea of doing a 2nd printing for the rest of us who didn't get a chance to get the original (for whatever reasons).

I must admit that I could prop my house up with all the various monster manuals I've collected over the years, so I applaude them for bringing together (in a single volume) decades of work that we all have grown to know and love over all this time (yes, I've been gaming since the dawn of D&D and this whole fantasy roleplaying thing). Having said that, I don't always have the time to get to these boards or other favorite gaming sites to get info on great products coming out, so I was disappointed too when I found I missed the boat on this product. But it is what it is and the business end must be met.

Maybe, an idea to keep the worries of FGG's investment in a 2nd printing reasonable would be to do another pre-order on the 2nd run? In any event, thanks for all your work and if you do a 2nd printing, I'm in.

RPG Superstar 2010 Top 32

Wow. Crazysauce. Congrats to Necro/FGG and Paizo for the big blow-out.

A softcover might be a nice alternative. Sounds like that isn't viable. Too bad.

I know y'all probably won't want to talk about it, but... how many copies did Paizo have?

Grand Lodge

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

What about adding in a page to the second edition edition listing the names of the original pre-orderers? :P

/puffsoutchest

But seriously. I pre-ordered and couldn't be happier if there are more printings. Nice job!


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Bill Webb wrote:
This wil likely involve a minor change tgo the cover to indicate "unlimited Edition" or something like that.

You could slap "Derpy Edition" on the cover and replace the cover pic with a muffin, and I'd still pick it up.

Dark Archive

Bill Webb wrote:

ok; I am going to work this out--that's right, no-reprint Bill is going to do an unlimited edition. I'll work out the specifics in the next few days. I do promise that a) the first edition willl indeed be unique and still collectable, and b) the 1000+ people who could not get the content will get it.

This wil likely involve a minor change tgo the cover to indicate "unlimited Edition" or something like that.

I don't do this--I am respectful of the collector's market--that being said, I feel like I am hosing all the folks who could not get it in the 12 hours it was on sale today if I don't--and that's just bad customer service.

I thought about a softcover--but its just too big to do that.

I'll work up the details tomorrow and let everyone know. I still have about 50 copies of the SW version (500 copies only) that will be for sale starting 9/26.

I am still in shock...so let me gather my wits. I can't tell you how scary it was to write that personal check for printing. Keep in mind its me; not a big corporation. I was hanging wayyyyy out there on this one.

I must admit I am feeling a bit smug about pointing out to you the likely need of a second printing of this a couple of months ago to you. Of course I won't be so crass as to say I told you so. I will only say I expected then this reaction when I brought up the idea of a 2nd printing to you before and be all smug about. :)

Also congratulations for selling out of the big (should last months) first print run. :D

Frog God Games

Shinmizu wrote:
Bill Webb wrote:
This wil likely involve a minor change tgo the cover to indicate "unlimited Edition" or something like that.
You could slap "Derpy Edition" on the cover and replace the cover pic with a muffin, and I'd still pick it up.

Ahhh... I love it when reading something gives me an unexpected, healthy gut-laugh.

By they way, one of the ways to keep up with our other projects and announcements us to friend us on facebook!

Frog God Games Facebook

And our website is Tales of the Frog God


I think you guys under estimate your audience. Pathfinder players/fans tend to be more old school gamers. Newbie kids all moved on to "the next big thing" that the Other RPG Publisher (tm) shoves down their throats.

Pathfinder fans (like myself) have a sense of history and a memory of good content. This is a very smart product that is targeted well. It's crammed full of entries that are not just stat blocks, but they are memories for all of us. Of course it's going to sell out.

I'm glad you're shocked, I'm glad you made some change on this publication. Most of all I'm glad you're going to do an unlimited release. It's a good product, and as an active GM that isn't really a "collectors edition" kind of guy, I'm glad I'll get a chance to purchase a tangible version of all that good content. I'll order it as soon as you make it available :)


Nice revenue for Paizo today, something like $45k in just a few hours! From FGG's perspective, they probably got half that amount a few months ago.

Hmmm, some sort of prepaid Kickstarter 2nd print would be nice, offer it at a larger discount of 69.99, 79.99 or something (If you paid attention to the previous posts, you have a general idea of the printing/shipping costs). Paizo could also volume order at their standard discount.

This would be a win/win for FGG, they would have security in the books they print, offer a larger discount as the production costs are covered, they would receive the lion share of some of the revenue, and Paizo could handle the long tail while bearing the longer term risk.

In fact, this process could be repeated every once in awhile for faster turnaround and shorter lead times when the print run is soaked up.

This book really should be an evergreen product, with POD and Kickstarter type set ups, there is no reason it shouldn't be as long as there is demand.

Cheers

Contributor

A second printing is the logical solution, but I would suggest, rather than just reprinting the current edition with a big "SECOND PRINTING!" stamped on the cover, do something to alter the image so it's still just as attractive but distinctly different enough that collectors can tell at a glance.

For example, I have a copy of the The Killing Joke, the classic Batman-Joker comic where they did several reprints but changed the colors of the Joker's hat and outfit with each printing.

Or, to give a more historic perspective from fine press, I've got an early edition of The King in Yellow from 1895, but not the first printing--mine's the one with the black cover with the winged King and the inverted torch, but the first printings were done with the salamander and the butterfly.

Stuff like this is done all the time. If the cover is changed enough so that the collectors will know they have something unique, you can keep almost everyone happy.


As someone who pre-ordered on the first day I could from FGG, I don't have a problem with a second printing, but how about some kind of boon - such as, say, having the one I ordered autographed by any FGG/Necro staff nearby?

(Or, if it has already shipped, an autographed copy of a future book?)

Just a thought.

Shadow Lodge

Mournblade94 wrote:
I am much more apt to buy a book with good art quality. If all is black and white there is little incentive for me to purchase more than Just the PDF. This book warrants a hard copy so I would like one despite that.

Sorry, I just wanted to address this again. Color =/= good quality. Likewise, B&W =/= poor quality. I think that, on average, the artwork used by Frog God Games (and Necromancer Games) is some of the best in the business. And it is, with the exception of cover art, all black and white.

Likewise, I could point to some color art that's rather low on the scale of quality.

I also think that B&W art kinda fits more with FGG (and Necromancer's) appeal to older edition aesthetics. Necromancer's mantra was "3E rules, 1E feel"...FGG's might well be "PFRPG rules, 0E feel"...but of course that ignores the fact that they also offer 0E rules versions of all thier products as well.


NOOOOOOOOO. For the love of God print more copies. By all that is holy I need a copy of this. Paizo, if you care anything at all for the thousands of dollars I have spent on your materials, FIND ME A COPY!. A PDF isn't good enough. I'm going straight to the top on this one.

Contributor

Clark Peterson wrote:
ChristinaStiles wrote:
Not sure why you guys expected low numbers on this book. The Tomes were awesome when they came out, and this just triples that awesomeness in PF format!
Because we asked for preorders and we did our print run on that. We gave everyone tons of time and notice and we printed based on the preorders we got. If not for Paizo we wouldnt have printed as many as we did.

You did ask for preorders, and I was waiting on this check to put in for mine. I really thought there would be enough time. The Paizo email really pushed other people into action, apparently.

That's the way the ball bounces, I guess. Good to hear there is talk of another printing.

The Exchange

An 'unlimited edition' is a pretty smurfy solution. I get to enjoy having my limited print run at the same time as more GMs can inflict horrible horribleness on their PCs. Win-win!

The Exchange

Also, will this leave the door open to future printings?


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As someone who ordered early with FGG, I couldn't possibly care less about a reprint. I don't view this as some weird collector's item. It's an RPG resource.

I understand what was said when the product was announced but frankly to me it might as well have been advertised "we promise the book will always be stored face-up while in shipping". Pointless and if the advertised feature is violated it means nothing.

It's more important to me that more gamers get their hands on this than it is a few eBay vultures make money due to artificial and accidental rarity.


Three cheers for FGG!

Honestly, apart from harrassing Paizo to do the email earlier (which would have been rather rude and presumptuous of you :p) there wouldn't have been anywhere else you could really have advertised to grab my attention. Much as I love Paizo, I come here for their products, and awesome offerings, not the community.

So, all I have to say now is hooray! As earlier I'll be sure to keep an eye on your site for news of this second printing. I have to say I would prefer it to keep the same name and the like, but I understand your reasoning. I just want to make sure I get it this time, and then in 20-30 years I can be one of those long time gaming guys laughing about it :)


I was waiting on a check (lost in mail - still lost (aargh)) to get this. I'm very much hoping a second printing happens. It might make it justifiable for Xmas, for one thing. I'd rather do that than just get the pdf, but I'll pony up for the electronic version if that's how the wind blows.

Best of luck.

Sovereign Court RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8

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I'm all for a second printing (Even though I was one of the pre-orders).

Hopefully this will make other 3pp look at their older IPs and consider (high quality) Pathfinder editions.

Pssst, Clark, how about a pathfinder Rappan Athuk?

Shadow Lodge

Matthew Morris wrote:

I'm all for a second printing (Even though I was one of the pre-orders).

Hopefully this will make other 3pp look at their older IPs and consider (high quality) Pathfinder editions.

Pssst, Clark, how about a pathfinder Rappan Athuk?

I'd buy that in a heartbeat, but I'd feel kinda dumb, seeing as how not too long ago I ordered the DTRPG POD of Rappan Athuk Reloaded.

Of course, if FGG put out Rappan Athuk in both PF and S&W versions, I'd feel compelled to buy both. Especially the S&W variety.


Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber
Clark Peterson wrote:

Yet we said this was a limited edition and we mean what we say. Some (collectors and fans mostly) got this book because of its collectability.

Clark, I where I understand FGG wants to keep their word on all aspects (and I truly respect that!), I wouldn’t get too wrapped up on trying to keep it a collectible.

Where I know I can’t speak for everyone, but I am sure the majority of us who bought this book was because we want to use it, not so we can put it on our shelf and admire it.

And this comes from someone who is a bit of a collector for my books and video games. I will get my hardcovers signed by the authors (if I am able) and will buy the collector editions of my video games, although I will always still ‘read’ and ‘play’ them.

But I would concentrate more on getting more copies of your great book to other players, which it sounds like you are with the second print run. However, I am just saying don’t try to hold future print runs back (if you can afford them) just to keep it a rare or collectible book as this should be for all gamers, not just ones who like to have a rare book.

And I want to give my thanks for the book! :)

Shadow Lodge

Hobbun wrote:
appeal to Clark Peterson for a reprint

Clark, correct me if I'm wrong, but Bill Webb would the the person to be addressing most of this towards. It's my understanding that, while officially a Necromancer Games product as well, it was Frog God Games that was really the driving force behind this, and that Bill would be the man with the final word on what form a reprint would take, if one does happen.

Again, if I'm wrong, please correct me, and I appologize for marginalizing your role in creation of this project.


Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber
Kthulhu wrote:
Hobbun wrote:
appeal to Clark Peterson for a reprint

Clark, correct me if I'm wrong, but Bill Webb would the the person to be addressing most of this towards. It's my understanding that, while officially a Necromancer Games product as well, it was Frog God Games that was really the driving force behind this, and that Bill would be the man with the final word on what form a reprint would take, if one does happen.

Again, if I'm wrong, please correct me, and I appologize for marginalizing your role in creation of this project.

Of course it's Bill's call in the end, and I believe Clark did indicate that in an earlier post. I also believe it was announced there was going to be reprint, just a different cover.

And as for my post, it wasn't so much of an appeal to "please reprint this!", I was just responding to Clark's mention of trying to keep FGG's word on the limited aspect of the book.

I already have preordered two copies, so if that reprint is done, I highly doubt I would be buying more. However, I still was giving my support to the reprint as it would really benefit the gaming community as a whole with this book being more readily available.


For what it's worth, I'm a very sporadic paizo blog-reader and I had no idea this product even existed until I got the email yesterday, by which time they were long since sold out. I'll certainly buy one of the second printing (reprinted edition, non-limited plebian version or whatever!) though...

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber
Bill Webb wrote:

ok; I am going to work this out--that's right, no-reprint Bill is going to do an unlimited edition. I'll work out the specifics in the next few days. I do promise that a) the first edition willl indeed be unique and still collectable, and b) the 1000+ people who could not get the content will get it.

This wil likely involve a minor change tgo the cover to indicate "unlimited Edition" or something like that.

I don't do this--I am respectful of the collector's market--that being said, I feel like I am hosing all the folks who could not get it in the 12 hours it was on sale today if I don't--and that's just bad customer service.

I thought about a softcover--but its just too big to do that.

I'll work up the details tomorrow and let everyone know. I still have about 50 copies of the SW version (500 copies only) that will be for sale starting 9/26.

I am still in shock...so let me gather my wits. I can't tell you how scary it was to write that personal check for printing. Keep in mind its me; not a big corporation. I was hanging wayyyyy out there on this one.

Being one of those who missed the pre-order and had no knowledge of FGG games prior to yesterday (certainly my loss as FGG is a company all PFRG fans should be aware of now), I want to say to Bill and all the others at FGG THANK YOU!

I am a player first when it comes to PFRPG so a stamp on the cover of my Tome of Horrors stating that it is "Unlimited" makes no matter to me what so ever. Supporting great companys such as FGG and Paizo does matter to me because it is their content that has provided me with years of entertainment and years more to come as well as friends and great memories.

Once again THANK YOU for coming here and providing us information and updates as well as being willing to take those extra steps to get this material into the hands of ALL those who want it.

I will be waiting and checking often for info on when this next edition can be ordered.

Sovereign Court

I will also be in on the reprint. Been a bit busy lately and I missed the August discussions. I saw an email yesterday that brought it to my attention though...

Thank you to FGG for another opportunity to get this great book.

Frog God Games

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Davemage; DONE!

I will be signing all copies that we sold direct as pre-orders (my hand already hurts).

One shout out I want to give here; w/ out pre-orders, there would be no book. I had to go at risk about $10k on this---that the wife was ok with--but without the $30k or so pre-orders, this book never would have happened. Those of you who bought direct are, in effect, producers of this book.

Sczarni

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Companion, Lost Omens Subscriber
Time Bandit wrote:

I will also be in on the reprint. Been a bit busy lately and I missed the August discussions. I saw an email yesterday that brought it to my attention though...

Thank you to FGG for another opportunity to get this great book.

I would also note that listening to the pathfinder podcasts such as "know Direction" and "chronicles:pathfinder podcast" Both of them are great in thier own right, and both moentioned both this product and its limited run nature in June or July (maybe even May) and touted it heavily

Edit: TB - this wasn't directly to you, you were just the last post in the thread when I finished


Another plebian that got the email and was confused and disappointed that it was sold out.

So, huzzah for reprints. I'll happily kick in $100 for a PFRPG book with 800 frigging pages of monsters my players don't have memorized :)

Also, I'm a collector, and I -have- been rubbed the wrong way by reprints before. This would not have been one of those cases - it's a monster book for an Open Gaming license.


Aww I received the mail about this book bundle yesterday and its already sold out! >.< Bummer. Any chance more printed version will be release later? The offer just last 1 day? :/

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber
Karse wrote:
Aww I received the mail about this book bundle yesterday and its already sold out! >.< Bummer. Any chance more printed version will be release later? The offer just last 1 day? :/

Quoted from Bill at FGG from an earlier post:

Quote:

This wil likely involve a minor change tgo the cover to indicate "unlimited Edition" or something like that.

I don't do this--I am respectful of the collector's market--that being said, I feel like I am hosing all the folks who could not get it in the 12 hours it was on sale today if I don't--and that's just bad customer service.

I thought about a softcover--but its just too big to do that.

I'll work up the details tomorrow and let everyone know.

More copies of a slightly different looking version will be available.

Sovereign Court

I didn't really believe the "there will never be another one, ever", particularly once Paizo had ordered some extras, because I figured that if it sold well, Paizo or FGG or both would do another run if only to make sad people happy.

I am personally glad another run will happen, although I got mine via direct pre-order from FGG. I've only ever bought one thing because I knew it'd run out and that was Castle Zagyg, so the loss in value of the first edition (and I don't think there's any real doubt that the value aspect of its collectability won't really survive a second printing) doesn't bother me, if for no other reason than I have never sold an rpg book in my life (or given one away; I have every rpg item I've ever bought, pretty much, other than a few which might have been lost or damaged).

Given that it's OGL (as Clark reminded us upthread), it wouldn't take all that long for someone to strip the text and pdf-ify it, I would think, so it's not that the material could never see light of day again if someone wanted to PoD it in parts at Lulu. The proper one-volume version, with art, looks to be pretty special, though, so it's cool we'll see another print run.

The only thing I'd say that is that the promise to never print another run was perhaps not well-judged. A little bit of weakening of that statement -- closer to what Clark said at the time -- might have led to less potential irritation and also without Bill and Erik feeling like bounders.


Karse wrote:
Aww I received the mail about this book bundle yesterday and its already sold out! >.< Bummer. Any chance more printed version will be release later? The offer just last 1 day? :/

LOL. Yes, there will be a reprint. It will be the same content with a slightly different cover/name.


Ehdge wrote:
Karse wrote:
Aww I received the mail about this book bundle yesterday and its already sold out! >.< Bummer. Any chance more printed version will be release later? The offer just last 1 day? :/
LOL. Yes, there will be a reprint. It will be the same content with a slightly different cover/name.

Slightly different cover >.<.

The mail said: This offer extends only until Thursday, September 22, 2011, but we don’t expect the full print run to last even that long.

But who would expect that... "but we don’t expect the full print run to last even that long." ... would be that short!

Frog God Games

Karse wrote:
Ehdge wrote:
Karse wrote:
Aww I received the mail about this book bundle yesterday and its already sold out! >.< Bummer. Any chance more printed version will be release later? The offer just last 1 day? :/
LOL. Yes, there will be a reprint. It will be the same content with a slightly different cover/name.

Slightly different cover >.<.

The mail said: This offer extends only until Thursday, September 22, 2011, but we don’t expect the full print run to last even that long.

But who would expect that... "but we don’t expect the full print run to last even that long." ... would be that short!

We didn't.


Bill Webb wrote:

Davemage; DONE!

Excellent (though I'm sorry your hand hurts!)

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Just throwing my 2 cents in.

I want to say thanks to all the folks as FGG for such a great product. I loved my Tome of Horror I (both 3.x editions). Having all that great content + vol 2&3 updated to PFRPG is great, especially as I am in the process of converting several of the older APs to PFRPG.

Even though I have already preordered through Paizo back in Aug, I also want to put my support in for a second printing of this as well. I think that getting copies of this book into the hands of all the gamers that want it will only benefit FGG in the future.

I also think it shows the kind of great charater behind the company that they were worried about sticking to what they had said and not dimishing the value of the original preorder as they were contemplating the 2nd print run. I personally brought mine to use and had figured the limited run was due to the size and cost of the volume than as a true collectiable item.

Grand Lodge

Bill Webb wrote:
I will be signing all copies that we sold direct as pre-orders (my hand already hurts).

You sir, are pure awesome!

Frog God Games

dracomancer wrote:
I personally brought mine to use and had figured the limited run was due to the size and cost of the volume than as a true collectiable item.

That is the reason for the limited run with no plans for a reprint. We would have needed a significantly large number of people to consider a reprint at all and we did not think that was going to happen.

Scarab Sages

Anyone got an index of every critter in the book?


I just heard about this yesterday afternoon and I immediately clicked the link to buy it and it was already sold out. I don't visit this site unless i plan to buy something, which i only really find out about via the emails you guys send out.

It would have been nice if the an email had gone out when the per-orders were available that way those who wanted it for collector value could have gotten theirs. I love collecting this kind of stuff (and using it of course).

I will probably try to still get a first printing (off ebay or something) if the price is reasonable but if not i'll just buy the second printing because I have to have this book...the content looks too amazing to pass up.

I understand you guys are a small company and this was a risky venture for you guys... i get it. But, you just gotta remember that even amongst geeks only about 10% of the people who use a product will actually use related forums (far less amongst non geeks)...

Thanks for making such great products and thanks for considering this second printing...

Also, please send out AN EMAIL for when this is available for pre-order ;)

Keep up the good work!


Bill Webb wrote:

Davemage; DONE!

I will be signing all copies that we sold direct as pre-orders (my hand already hurts).

that is epic i love you guys.


Pathfinder Card Game, Companion, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber

Just want to say FGG has been ultra-classy and awesome from the get-go. We (Pathfinder fans) should thank our lucky stars, because we have some of the BEST 3PPs out there.

Liberty's Edge

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Snorter wrote:
Anyone got an index of every critter in the book?

Here you go copied from Kthulhu's post earlier in thread.

Spoiler:

Monsters / Animals
Aberrant
Abyssal Harvester
Abyssal Larva
Abyssal Wolf
Adherer
Aerial Servant
Afanc
Ahlinni (Cackle Bird)
Algoid
Al-mi’raj
Al-mi’raj, Psionic
Amphisbaena
Anemone, Giant Sea
Angel, Monadic Deva
Angel, Movanic Deva
Angel, Empyreal
Animal Lord, Cat Lord
Animal Lord, Mouse Lord
Ant Lion
Apparition
Arach
Arach, Spellbinder Sorcerer
Arcanoplasm
Archer Bush
Archerfish, Giant
Ascomoid
Asrai
Assassin Bug
Astral Shark
Atomie
Arumvorax
Axe Beak
Babbler
Baccae
Banderlog
Baobhan Sith
Barbegazi (Ice Gnome)
Baric
Barracuda
Barrow Wight
Basidirond
Basilisk, Greater
Bat, Doombat
Bat, Mobat
Bedlam
Beetle, Giant Blister
Beetle, Giant Saw-Tooth
Beetle, Giant Boring
Beetle, Giant Death Watch
Beetle, Giant Rhinoceros
Beetle, Giant Slicer
Beetle, Giant Water
Beetle, Requiem
Belabra
Bhuta
Blindheim
Biclops
Blood Hawk
Biclops Hero
Blood Bush
Blood Wight
Bloodsuckle
Bloody Bones
Boalisk
Bog Beast
Bog Creeper
Bog Mummy
Bogeyman
Boggart
Bone Cobbler
Boneneedle
Boneneedle, Greater
Bonesnapper
Bonesucker
Brass Man
Brontotherium
Brownie
Brume
Brykolakas
Buckawn
Bumblebee, Giant (Queen)
Bumblebee, Giant (Worker)
Bunyip
Burning Dervish
Cadaver
Carbuncle
Caribe, Giant
Carrion Moth
Caryatid Column
Caterprism
Caterwaul
Catfish, Giant Electric
Cave Cricket
Cave Fisher
Cave Leech
Cave Lion
Cave Moray
Cerebral Stalker
Cerberus
Chain Worm
Chameleon, Giant
Chameleon, Giant (Horned)
Chameleon, Giant (Rock)
Cherum
Chrystone
Chupacabra
Church Grim
Churr
Cinder Ghoul
Clam, Giant
Clamor
Clockwork, Brain Gear
Clockwork, Drone
Clockwork, Overseer
Clockwork, Parasite
Clockwork, Scout
Clockwork, Swarm
Clockwork, Titan
Clockwork, Warrior
Clubnek
Cobra Flower
Coffer Corpse
Colossus, Jade
Cooshee
Corpse Orgy
Corpse Rook
Corpsespinner
Crab
Crabman
Crag Man
Crayfish
Crimson Basilisk
Crucifixion Spirit
Crypt Thing
Crystallis
Crystalline Horror
Daemon
Dakon
Dark Creeper
Dark Stalker
Darnoc
Death Dog
Death Worm
Decapus
Deer
Demilich
Demiurge
Demodand, Shaggy
Demodand, Slime
Demodand, Tarry
Demon, Aeshma
Demon, Alu-
Demon, Balbon
Demon, Baphomet
Demon, Beluri
Demon, Caizel
Demon, Cambion
Demon, Chaaor
Demon, Choronzon
Demon, Corrupter (Azizou)
Demon, Corrupter (Barizou)
Demon, Corrupter (Geruzou)
Demon, Dagon
Demon, Daraka
Demon, Fraz-Urb’luu
Demon, Gallu
Demon, Gharros
Demon, Greruor
Demon, Jubilex
Demon, Kostchtchie
Demon, Mallor
Demon, Maphistal
Demon, Mehrim
Demon, Mezzalorn
Demon, Nabasu (Demonling)
Demon, Nabasu (Mature)
Demon, Nerizo
Demon, Nysrock
Demon, Ooze (Greater)
Demon, Ooze (Lesser)
Demon, Orcus
Demon, Pazuzu
Demon, Shadow
Demon, Skitterdark
Demon, Sonechard
Demon, Stirge
Demon, Tsathogga
Demonic Knight
Devil, Alastor (Executioner of Hell)
Devil, Amaimon
Devil, Amon
Devil, Baaphel
Devil, Bael
Devil, Blood Reaver
Devil, Caasimolar
Devil, Demoriel
Devil, Flayer
Devil, Geryon
Devil, Ghaddar
Devil, Gorson
Devil, Hellstoker
Devil, Hutijin
Devil, Lilin
Devil, Lilith (Former Queen of Hell)
Devil, Lucifer
Devil, Moloch
Devil, Nupperibo
Devil, Titivilus
Devil, Tormentor
Devil, Xaphan (Duke)
Devil Dog
Diger
Dire Corby
Dire Smilidon
Dire Werewolf
Disenchanter
Dracolisk
Draconid
Dragon, Cloud
Dragon, Dungeon
Dragon, Faerie
Dragon, Glass Wyrm
Dragon, Mist
Dragon, Smoke
Dragon, Wrath
Dragon Horse
Dragonfish
Dragonfly
Dragonnel
Dragonship
Drake, Fire
Drake, Ice
Drake, Salt
Drake, Splinter
Drake, Splinter (Tracker)
Draug
Dream Spectre
Drelb
Dust Digger
Eblis
Ectoplasm
Eel, Electric
Eel, Giant Moray
Elemental, Gravity
Elemental, Negative Energy
Elemental, Positive Energy
Elemental, Psionic
Elemental Cocnstruct, Air
Elemental Cocnstruct, Earth
Elemental Cocnstruct, Fire
Elemental Cocnstruct, Water
Elusa Hound
Elemental Dragon, Air
Elemental Dragon, Earth
Elemental Dragon, Fire
Elemental Dragon, Water
Encephalon Gorger
Executioner’s Hood
Eye Killer
Eye of the Deep
Falcon, Giant
False Spider, Pedipalp
False Spider, Solifugid
Fear Guard
Fen Witch
Fetch
Fire Crab (greater)
Fire Crab (lesser)
Fire Lizard
Fire Nymph
Fire Phantom
Fire Snake
Fire Whale
Firefiend
Flail Snail
Flea, Giant
Flind
Floating Eye
Flumph
Fly, Giant
Fogwarden
Forester’s Bane
Forgotten One
Forlarren
Fox
Frog, Monstrous–Giant
Frog, Monstrous–Giant Dire
Frog, Monstrous–Killer
Frog, Monstrous–Abyssal Dire
Frog, Monstrous–Poisonous
Froghemoth
Frost Man
Fulgurate Mushroom
Fungoid
Fye
Fyr
Gallows Tree
Gallows Tree Zombie
Gambado
Gargoyle, Four-Armed
Gargoyle, Fungus
Gargoyle, Green Guardian
Gargoyle, Margoyle
Gelid Beetle (greater)
Gelid Beetle (lesser)
Genie, Abasheen
Genie, Hawanar
Genie, Marid
Geon
Ghoul, Dust
Ghoul-Stirge
Giant, Bronze
Giant, Cave
Giant, Ferrous
Giant, Jack-In-Irons
Giant, Sand
Giant, Sea
Giant, Smoke
Giant, Volcano
Giant, Wood
Gloom Crawler
Gloomwing
Gnarlwood
Gohl
Golem, Blood
Golden Cat
Golem, Flagstone
Golem, Furnace
Golem, Gelatinous
Golem, Iron Maiden
Golem, Magnesium
Golem, Mummy
Golem, Ooze
Golem, Rope
Golem, Stone Guardian
Golem, Tallow
Golem, Witch Doll
Golem, Wood
Gorbel
Gorgimera
Gorgon, Sthenno
Gorgon, Euryale
Gorilla Bear
Grave Risen
Gray Nisp
Graymalkin
Gremlin
Gremlin Filcher
Grimm
Grimstalker (Banaan)
Grippli
Groaning Spirit
Gronk
Gryph
Guardian Daemon
Gulper Eel
Gutslug
Hag, Pit
Hamster, Giant
Hanged Man
Hangman Tree
Haunt
Helix Moth (larva)
Helix Moth (adult)
Hell Moth
Herald of Tsathogga
Hippocampus
Hippopotamus
Hoar Fox
Hoar Spirit
Hornet, Giant
Horsefly, Giant
Huecuva
Huggermugger
Hyaenodon
Inphidian
Inphidian, Cobra-Back
Inphidian, Common
Inphidian, Dancer
Inphidian, Night Adder
Inphidian, Night Adder Priest
Inphidian, Rattler
Iron Cobra
Jack-o-Lantern
Jaculi
Jaguar
Jellyfish, Monstrous
Jupiter Bloodsucker
Kamadan
Kampfult
Kathlin
Kech
Kelp Devil
Kelpie
Khargra
Killmoulis
Korred
Kuah-Lij
Land Lamprey
Lantern Goat
Lantern Goat, Advanced
Lava Child
Leech, Giant
Leopard, Snow
Leprechaun
Lich Shade
Lightning Treant
Livestone
Living Lake
Lizard, Cavern
Lizard, Rock-horned
Lurker Above
Lynx
Lynx (Caracal)
Lythic
Magmoid
Magnesium Spirit
Mammoth
Mandragora
Mandril
Mantari
Mantidrake
Marble Snake
Margay
Marmoset, Giant
Marsh Jelly
Marsh Jelly, Juiblex-Touched
Mastadon
Mawler
Medusa, Greater
Memory Child
Mephit, Lightning
Mephit, Smoke
Midnight Peddler
Mihstu
Mimi
Mire Brute
Mite, Common
Mite, Pestie
Mongrelman
Moon Dog
Moose
Mortuary Cyclone
Mosquito, Giant
Mountain Lion
Muckdweller
Mud Bog
Mudman
Mummy
Murder-born
Murder Crow
Mustard Jelly
Nazalor
Necrophidius
Nereid
Netherspark
Nilbog
Niln (Vapor Horror)
Nuckalavee
Oakman
Obsidian Minotaur
Ogre
Ogren
Ogrillon
Oil Shark
Oliphant
Onyx Deer
Ooze, Amber
Ooze, Crystal
Ooze, Dark Matter Entropic
Ooze, Entropic
Ooze, Glacial
Ooze, Magma
Ooze, Mercury
Ooze, Metallic
Ooze, Undead
Ooze, Vampiric
Orc, Black
Orc, Black (Priest)
Orc, Blood
Orc, Ghost-Faced
Orc, Greenskin
Orog
Pech
Phantasm
Phantom Stalker
Phasma
Phlogiston
Phooka
Phycomid
Piercer
Pike, Giant
Poltergeist
Proscriber
Protector
Psiwyrm
Pudding, Blood
Pudding, Brown
Pudding, Dun
Pudding, Stone
Pudding, White
Pyrolisk
Quantum
Quasi-Elemental, Acid
Quasi-Elemental, Obsidian
Quickling
Quickwood
Quipper
Racoon
Racoon, Dire
Raggoth
Rakklethorn Toad
Rat, Barrow
Rat, Brain
Rat, Ethereal
Rat, Shadow
Rawbones
Red Jester
Redcap
Reigon
Reliquary Guardian
Renzer (Devilfin)
Retch Hound
Rhinoceros, Wooly
Rhincoreos, Wooly (Elasmotherium)
Riptide Horror
Rock Reptile
Ronus
Ryven
Sabrewing
Sand Kraken
Sand Stalker
Sandling
Sandman
Scarecrow
Scarlet Spider
Screaming Devilkin
Screaming Skull
Scylla
Scythe Horn
Scythe Tree
Sea Serpent, Brine
Sea Serpent, Deep Hunter
Sea Serpent, Fanged
Sea Serpent, Gilded
Sea Serpent, Shipbreaker
Sea Serpent, Spitting
Sea Slug, Giant
Sea Spider, Common
Sea Spider, Pelagos
Sea Wasp, Monstrous
Seahorse, Giant
Sepia Snake
Shadow, Lesser
Shedu
Shedu, Greater
Sheep
Sheet Fungus
Silid
Skeleton
Skeleton, Black
Skin Stitcher
Skulk
Skull Spider
Skulleton
Skunk
Slaad Lord of Entropy
Slaad Lord of the Insane
Slag Worm
Slaughterford
Sleeping Willow
Slime Crawler
Slime Mold
Slithering Tracker
Slorath
Sloth Viper
Slug, Giant
Smilodon (Saber-Toothed Cat)
Smilodon (Homotherium)
Soul Eater
Soul Nibbler
Soul Reaper
Spore Reaper
Spore Rat
Spriggan
Sprite
Squealer
Stegocentipede
Stench Kow
Stingray
Stone Maiden
Stone Roper
Stormwarden
Strangle Weed
Stroke lad
Stunjelly
Stygian Leviathan
Stymphalian Bird
Sudoth
Swarm, Adamantine Wasp
Swarm, Grig
Swarm, Heat
Swarm, Piranha
Swarm, Poisonous Frog
Swarm, Raven
Swarm, Shadow Rat
Swarm, Undead Raven
Swarm, Velvet Ant
Swarm, Warden Jack
Tabaxi
Taer
Tangtal
Tazelwurm
Temporal Crawler
Tendrul
Tenebrous Worm
Tentacled Horror
Tentamort
Thermite
Thorny
Thunder Beast
Thundershrike
Tick
Tiger Barb, Giant
Time Flayer
Tombstone Fairy
Transposer
Trapper
Tri-flower Frond
Troblin
Troll
Tsathar
Tsathar Scourge
Tuatara, Giant
Tumblespark
Tunnel Worm
Turtle, Giant Bog
Turtle, Giant Snapping
Turtle-Shark
Turtle-Shark, Stygian
Ubue
Vapor Dire Rat
Vapor Wasp
Vampire Rose
Vegepygmy
Vilstrak
Volt
Vorin
Vulchling
Wang Liang
Wang Liang Master
Weird, Blood
Weird, Fungus
Weird, Lava
Weird, Lightning
Well Lurker
Whip Jelly
Widow Creeper
Willow Dusk
Wind Walker
Winterbloom
Witch Grass
Witch Tree
Witherstench
Witherweed
Wizard’s Shackle
Wolf, Ghoul
Wolf, Dire Ghoul
Wolf, Shadow
Wolf-in-Sheep’s-Clothing
Wolf-Spider
Woodwose
Yellow Musk Creeper
Yellowjacket, Giant
Yeti
Zombie, Brine

HAZARD
Bookworm
Ear Seeker
Gas Spore
Hound of Ill Omen
Memory Moss
Olive Slime
Phantom
Piercer
Purple Moss
Rot Grub
Russet Mold
Spinal Leech
Symbiotic Jelly
Throat Leech
Twilight Mushrooms

N’GATHAU
Asagin “The Assassin”
Chaadon “The Slayer”
Chaas “The Flayed”
Ghehzi “The Mutilator”
Greixas “The Destroyer”
Modar “The Avenger”
N’hror “The Eater”
Raauka “The Ravager”
Ulaska’t “The Twisted”
Veenes “The Blademistress”
Veruard “The Razor and The Creator”
The Quorom
N’Gathau Creation

TEMPLATES
Abomination
Beast of Chaos
Bleeding Horror
Amphisbaena
Cheitan
Clockwork Creature
Collective Creature
Corpsespin Creature
Deathleech
Debased Fey
Dire Creature
Flame-Spawned Creature
Foo Creature
Landwalker
Mythical Animal
Paleoskeleton Creature
Phase Creature
Plant-Imbued Creature
Ravenous (Eater of Flesh)
Skeleton Warrior
Slime Zombie
Spectral Troll
Spellgorged Zombie
Tenebrous Creature
Therianthrope
Thessalmonster
Thorny
Undead Lord
Zombie, Juju
Zombie, Yellow Musk

Frog God Games

There's one not on that list. The first monster in the book is the book itself.

You don't want to tangle with this book.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Chuck Wright wrote:

There's one not on that list. The first monster in the book is the book itself.

You don't want to tangle with this book.

You are correct which is one of the things I love about the product. How often does the product itself get its own monster entry.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Accessories, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

To All at FGG,
As a gamer who ordered the Tome from your website right after you announced that you would be publishing it, I want to say I am not at all concerned about "collector item" status of the tome. I will wear out that book like no ones business, so the more printed the better. Congratulations on your success you deserve it.


Sorry if this has already been answered, but is the reprint only for the Pathfinder version or will there be a reprint of the S&W version as well?

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