Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Chronicle of the Righteous (PFRPG)

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The empyreal lords watch over the infinite expanses of the multiverse to ensure that good can flourish and that evil, no matter its form, can be vanquished. But even these powers cannot stem the tide of evil by themselves, and they must often rely on their celestial servants—noble angels, wise agathions, unrelenting archons, and free-spirited azatas—to lead the charge against the forces of corruption. Together, these virtuous forces wage an unending war against the blasphemous and the profane, all the while lifting worthy mortals to stations of ever-greater glory among the boundless celestial spheres.

Inside this book, you’ll find:

  • A thorough exploration of over 50 empyreal lords, including details on their minions, the divine powers they bestow upon mortal worshipers, and the celestial realms from which they hail.
  • Rules for the mystery cultist prestige class and details on the various types of mystery cults.
  • Methods to bolster mortal spellcasters’ efforts while summoning all the different types of celestials.
  • New spells for spellcasters to hurl at their wicked foes and new magic items to aid adventurers in their battles against evil.
  • Rules for rituals of self-mortification and the divine powers that can be gleaned by such acts of devotion.
  • A bestiary of five new celestials to assist or oppose player characters, including the keen-eyed spyglass archon and the veranallia, azata master of seasons, growth, and decay.

Chronicle of the Righteous is intended for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and Pathfinder Campaign Setting, but can easily be used in any fantasy game setting.

By Amber Scott

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-506-8

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Chronicle of the Righteous is about the servants, worshippers, and homes of a group of beings in Golarion (Pathfinder's campaign setting) called "Empyreal Lords." Empyreal Lords are hard to define exactly; they're divine beings that inspire small groups of worshippers (called Mystery Cults), but they're not major deities that attract thousands of worshippers and the building of major temples. They might be best thought of as demigods, because they're below deities but above normal "celestial" races like angels. That's my best guess anyway, as I'm still a little bit fuzzy on the role of Empyreal Lords in Golarion. But put that to one side: Chronicle of the Righteous is a fascinating book that has inspired me to want to integrate Empyreal Lords, Mystery Cults, and more into my campaigns. The book is a 64-page entry in the Campaign Setting line. The inside front cover is a list of approximately fifty Empyreal Lords, their alignment, areas of concern (portfolios), domains (that they grant to clerical worshippers), and favored weapons. The inside back cover is a full-page reproduction of the cover art, which is quite impressive in its own right. Between the the covers are nine sections.

1. "Tabris's Return to Heaven" (two pages): This is a dense account, written in a "handwritten" font, that tells the tale of a warrior-scholar angel named Tabris who was obsessed with fully exploring and detailing the heights and depths of the heavenly and fiendish realms. Tabris disappeared for decades before returning with his Chronicle of the Righteous, and the book contained secrets that even the celestial realms would have rather been suppressed! It's quite evocative and well-written, and surprisingly effective. It's definitely a flavourful way to start the book off.

2. " Lords of the Empyrean" (29 pages): Each of the major Empyreal Lords receives at least a half-page entry that describes them and their particular interests, along with a drawing of their holy symbol and information on what types of people worship them, where their shrines might be located, and what sorts of celestial beings act as their minions. I would say that every third or fourth Empyreal Lord receives a full-colour picture, and these are done quite well. Perhaps the most important thing in this section is the introduction of the concept of "Celestial Obedience" and "Boons." Celestial Obedience is a feat that can be taken by worshippers of Empyreal Lords and provides them with an immediate +4 sacred bonus to something like (depending on the particular Emypreal Lord worshipped) a certain type of saving throw, combat maneuver check, AC against a particular type of enemy, etc. The benefit is narrow in scope and certainly not game-breaking, but additional powers ("boons") are gained at character levels 12, 16, and 20--and some of these are pretty cool. The best part of the Celestial Obedience concept is that, although it can certainly be taken by clerics, paladins, and other divinely-focussed classes, it doesn't have to be. If your Cavalier is a worshipper of the Ragathiel, the Empyreal Lord of chivalry or your Bard is a worshipper of Seramaydiel, the Empyreal Lord of communication and music, they can gain the benefits of Celestial Obedience. It's a great way to make the gods (or demigods) meaningful to more than just clerics in a campaign.

3. "Celestrial Realms" (2 pages): This is a description of the major geographical features of the celestial realms: Elysium, Heaven, and Nirvana. I have to admit I've never had characters adventure in celestial realms, and I have no idea what it would be like to GM or role-play such a place. I suppose it's good to have something more concrete to heaven than fluffy clouds. I did like how there was mention of where mortals who plane shift to each realm are most likely to appear.

4. "Celestialkind" (6 pages): After an introduction to celestial races and a sidebar about what happens to mortal souls who reach the celestial realms ("petitioners"), each of the following varieties of good-aligned denizens of the celestial planes receives a full page description: Agathions, Angels, Archons, and Azatas. I think this would be especially useful for those pesky spellcasters who are prone to summoning celestial beings willy-nilly.

5. "Concordance" (2 pages): Although only two pages long, this is one of my favorite sections of the book. The premise is that "once an eon, and only in times of great danger or turmoil" all of the divine powers of the celestial planes gather together to reach an accord on what should be done. There's material here about the death of Aroden, Lamashtu's rise to power, hints about a deity interested in time-travel, and, most intriguing of all, "The Seventh Accord", a Concordance never spoken of in the centuries or millennia since it happened and considered so blasphemous and dangerous that no mention of it is permitted to exist. Great fodder for creative GMs!

6. "Empyreal Worship" (14 pages): This section is a grab-bag of material, but it's useful. There's a page on how the different divine classes relate to Empyreal Lords, two pages on different types of Mystery Cults (drawn broadly among themes, but useful), and two pages on "secret offerings" that can be made to improve one's chance in summoning a particular type of celestial being. Two pages are also devoted to Rituals of Mortification, which requires a character to invest a certain number of days going without food, water or sleep in order to gain both an affliction and a benefit. The actual rituals listed are said to be examples only and GMs should feel free to add more. The Ritual of Appetite, for example, requires two days' fasting, afflicts the character with a -2 penalty on Constitution checks and saves vs. disease and poison, but grants the character a +2 sacred bonus on concentration checks and Will saving throws. Other rituals are far more powerful, with one providing a +4 sacred bonus on attack rolls against evil creatures and a +4 bonus on caster level checks to overcome their spell resistance! I haven't used these rituals in play, and I'm not sure whether they would be balanced or not, especially because part of the mechanism is the infliction of nonlethal damage once a day, but nonlethal damage heals quite easy. So the idea is interesting, but I'd have to test this concept out more before I'd be confident it's a good addition to the game. Next, there's an important new prestige class introduced here: the Mystery Cultist. A Mystery Cultist gains spells at the same speed as their prior class and several celestial-themed abilities, but a big reason for playing one is that they can receive the "boons" of the Celestial Obedience feat a few levels earlier than a regular character. I'd be very tempted to try this class out, as it seems to both fit the flavour of Empyreal Lord worship and be mechanically sound. After this, here are two pages of new spells (6 in all), with specific mention that these are not restricted to worshippers of Mystery Cults (and a couple of the spells are arcane in nature). I would love to see "Charitable Impulse" in a game, as it forces someone to help others and gradually give away all of their possessions instead of committing acts of violence. Last, there are two pages of celestial-themed magic items.

7. "Lesser Empyreal Lords" (1 page): About two dozen Empyreal Lords that were, for whatever reason, not significant enough to be included in the first section receive a brief, one-sentence description here.

8. "Fallen Celestials" (1 page): Intriguing description of those celestial beings who have turned their back on the heavens, many of whom have joined the infernal realms.

9. "The Celestial Hosts" (8 pages): This is basically a bestiary. It helpfully puts into table format all of the Agathions, Angels, Archons, and Azatas introduced in other Pathfinder materials, and then describes five new ones: Cervinal Agathions, Balisse Angels, Choral Angels, Spyglass Archons, and Vernallia Azatas. I found the new creatures interesting and potentially useful (except for the Choral Angels, which were a bit too cliche for me).

In sum, there's a lot of material here and it's almost all great. I picked this book up by chance (it was half-price) and have never done much with the celestial realms in a game, but I can now definitely see why I might want to in the future; and if I do, I'm confident that Chronicle of the Righteous would be the first place I'd turn.


Want More!

5/5

Few of the books in RP that I never wanted to end. The flavor and stats in this book are awesome and highly useful for people that find that they are not fitting into the 'standard gods' but your not a deviant into the other alignments.

There is something for almost everyone good aligned, investigators have two options of Emperial Lords who they can follow and seem perfectly inline with their 'deity's' viewpoints. Spies and artisans have options, crusaders have more than just Iomedae's views. Good aligned nature gods - sure you don't have to be purely neutral.

There are many options and the mechanics are useful but are more geared towards games that would end up in higher level range (12+) but would add a lot of good flavor without being overpowered.


Everyman Product Reviews: Chronicles of the Righteous

5/5

Final Score & Thoughts
Crunch: 5/5 Stars
Flavor: 5/5 Stars
Layout: 4/5 Stars
Final Score: 14/15 Stars, or 4.5 Stars, rounded up for it’s flavor.

Chronicles of the Righteous is a must-own book if you do absolutely anything with good outsiders in your campaign. This book provides a much needed insight into the nature of the celestial races and provides plenty of fodder for potential gods and entities in your campaign setting. This product is a rich tapestry of righteousness that your Pathfinder collection is incomplete without.

Read the complete review at the Everyman Gaming blog.


Excellent Book!

5/5

Read my full review on my blog.

Overall, Chronicle of the Righteous is an excellent book, particularly due to its extensive list of Empyreal Lords. It helps to balance out the playing field between the forces of evil and the forces of good. While gamemasters may have less call for information on celestials than they do information on fiends, the do have some call for that information, and this book fills that niche splendidly.


This is a fantastic book!

5/5

It is up there with Lords of Madness, Book of Fiends and Demonomicon of Iggwilv in the amount and quality of information it provides on the various Empyreal Lords and the other celestials. The author should be proud of this creation!

As for the material, there is an awesome list of new sources for divine casters as well as other information on new celestial creatures. I especially like the inclusion of Tabriss, the Celestial Realms, Concordance and the Fallen Celestials.

Do yourself and your players a favor, go out and pick up this book now!


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rknop wrote:
Law vs. Chaos was one of the core themes of Planescape, abut the Golarion developers have explicitly said they're not trying to duplicate Planescape (e.g. there's no "Blood War" between devils and demons).

Law vs. Chaos long predates Planescape. A number of classic campaigns & more than a few Sword & Sorcery novels and even series focused as much or more on Law vs. Chaos as Good vs. Evil.

Liberty's Edge

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Oh, sure, I know that Law vs. Chaos predates Planescape. I suspect you can find it in classical literature somewhere. My point was that the Paizo team is doing something different with their planes/multiverse than AD&D/2e did.


Soon(7-10 days) I will have the knowledge of the heavens, well some knowledge anyway.

Yeah, 5 new celestials, new spells, new magic items, etc.

Silver Crusade

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ONE. MORE. WEEK.


less then a week to go.

Dark Archive

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Been a hectic month for me; so this a new AP issue, and some feyness awill be quite welcome!

And the Fluttershy micro-series. yay.


Doubtless a silly question, but can anyone tell me if this book contains any expanded information on the Empyreal Lords Andoletta/Grandmother Crow and Arshea?

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Eric Hinkle wrote:
Doubtless a silly question, but can anyone tell me if this book contains any expanded information on the Empyreal Lords Andoletta/Grandmother Crow and Arshea?

Yes and yes.

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And many more. :-)

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The rollercoaster ride of waiting for this book is like a reversed version of the five stages of grief.

The shivering with anticipation stage is over, and I'm currently just a little bit zen, as if I've got some sort of Schrodinger's Mailbox thing going on, and as long as I don't run out and check it, it might actually be in there.

(And the hope that it is remains intact, so long as I don't open the mailbox and crush that hope...)

Silver Crusade

For serious. After all the hints that have been dropped about some of the specifics...AUGH. It's a rare case of "I can't wait for Monday!"

I'm really, really excited about the possibilities this book is going to bring to the table.


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Can I just say - I love the list of all of the Azata, Angel, Archon, and Agathion empyreal lords. That, sadly was all I had time to read in my break today.

Shadow Lodge

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Grrr... Come on email tell me I've got my download!


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Dark_Mistress wrote:
The NPC wrote:
Dark_Mistress wrote:
neat
Are you sure it's not too light for you? :)
If I don't learn about them how else can I seduce them into falling?

So it's not a question of brightness, as much as...

( •_•)⌐■-■

...if the results are enlightening.

(⌐■_■)

Silver Crusade

YESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYES

Just woke up and had to get to work so I haven't been able to get more than a partial look in, but there is a LOT in here for characters of wildly different stripes to pull from.

The ideas that come out of Black Butterfly alone...

I've always wondered just what Korada was supposed to look like. Along with the additional information on him, the reveal here is a perfect match. :)

Some folks were really wondering about this one, but yes, Pulura is in with a full entry!

HOLY @#$% VILDEIS :O

Shadow Lodge

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Mikaze wrote:

YESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYES

Just woke up and had to get to work so I haven't been able to get more than a partial look in, but there is a LOT in here for characters of wildly different stripes to pull from.

The ideas that come out of Black Butterfly alone...

I've always wondered just what Korada was supposed to look like. Along with the additional information on him, the reveal here is a perfect match. :)

Some folks were really wondering about this one, but yes, Pulura is in with a full entry!

HOLY @#$% VILDEIS :O

Mikaze you're killing me. Mine hasn't come in yet and it's driving me batty.


Mikaze wrote:

YESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYES

Just woke up and had to get to work so I haven't been able to get more than a partial look in, but there is a LOT in here for characters of wildly different stripes to pull from.

The ideas that come out of Black Butterfly alone...

I've always wondered just what Korada was supposed to look like. Along with the additional information on him, the reveal here is a perfect match. :)

Some folks were really wondering about this one, but yes, Pulura is in with a full entry!

HOLY @#$% VILDEIS :O

Lurker not have pdfs yet.

LURKER GREEN WITH ENVY. LURKER SMASH ALL.


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LONGSHIP HELP LURKER FOR SAME REASON!

Dark Archive

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Tomorrow I have to wait at work for this, and the new xbox press conference. (Not a 360 fan, just a big video gamer). Mikaze, it'll help all of us if you start spilling details.

Contributor

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I think you will all be quite happy with this book. :)

More in-game history excerpts regarding Tabris of BotD fame as well, which is awesome.

Shadow Lodge

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Todd Stewart wrote:

I think you will all be quite happy with this book. :)

More in-game history excerpts regarding Tabris of BotD fame as well, which is awesome.

0.0

BEST
NEWS
YET

Now the question is does he grant domains?

Silver Crusade

Arshea hit that perfect "in-between" area in his/her art.

Jalaijatali is an awesome Mwangi-themed empyreal that absolutely has to be getting some love in Nantambu.

Calistria has some LG competition in a certain field.

Spy archons!

And seriously, Vildeis. Holy #%^*.

Silver Crusade

doc the grey wrote:
Todd Stewart wrote:

I think you will all be quite happy with this book. :)

More in-game history excerpts regarding Tabris of BotD fame as well, which is awesome.

0.0

BEST
NEWS
YET

Now the question is does he grant domains?

He doesn't answer prayers, but it does note what kind of people would turn to him. We also get a confirmation on his current location!


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Mikaze wrote:
doc the grey wrote:
Todd Stewart wrote:

I think you will all be quite happy with this book. :)

More in-game history excerpts regarding Tabris of BotD fame as well, which is awesome.

0.0

BEST
NEWS
YET

Now the question is does he grant domains?

He doesn't answer prayers, but it does note what kind of people would turn to him. We also get a confirmation on his current location!

He's in Tokyo-3, playing the piano and confusing Shinji to no end.

Silver Crusade

Also, Black Butterfly is probably going to strike a chord with some Eilistraee fans.

And one of the key differences between Team Good and Team Evil gets some spotlight time in the chapter on Concordance, with some specific examples from Golarionverse history.

Silver Crusade

Also also, Azatas finally get their "Big CR 20" member. And it is awesome. If you're thinking of the old Tulani, this is something very very different. :)

Silver Crusade

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You know, I always thought this book will be pretty much lost on me. And then I began running Way of the Wicked, and suddenly...THE GOOD GUYS BECAME THE BAD GUYS.

F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5...

Shadow Lodge

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Gorbacz wrote:

You know, I always thought this book will be pretty much lost on me. And then I began running Way of the Wicked, and suddenly...THE GOOD GUYS BECAME THE BAD GUYS.

F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5, F5...

Lol feel your pain man. Though my game isn't way of the wicked my players have a tendency to piss off most outsiders regardless of alignment. Also won't this not start shipping again until like 8 am pacific standard time?

Dark Archive

wıll be great

Silver Crusade

ATTN Planescape fans: The cervidals are back with a new form. :)

(hoping for Zoveri-likes/octopi-agathions in Bestiary 4!)

Mystery Cultists get a good amount of support material, including different types of Empyreal cults and their varying structures and goals, like "Cosmic Mystery Cult" or "Veiled Mystery Cult".

The mortification rituals take the Stigmata element of the Divine Champion and run flat out with it. Followers of Vildeis are going to be getting a lot of use out of these.

Edit-This book is the first one I have ever seen refer to celestial executioner's hoods. Apparently, Cassisians got game.


So what are the new celestials stated up? Names? CR? type of celestial?

Contributor

Most importantly, did you finally get your Celestial Totems? :)


How is the PRC in this book?

Silver Crusade

@Dragon78: Yep! Theres's a new agathion, azata, and archon and two new angels. Probably shouldn't give away too much before more folks get theirs, but for now:

Cervidal agathions, the knights of Nirvana

Balisse, the confessor angels

Choral angels,who are exactly what you probably expect

Spyglass archons, the espionage agents of Heaven

And the Veranallia, Elysium's embodiments of the cycle of seasons, growth, and decay.

@Alexander: Got em in Champions of Purity! Check it out! :D


Thanks for the info Mikaze.

Silver Crusade

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No prob! Actually have a lot more to say, but I'm waiting for my physical copy to do a real read through instead of sneaking glances at the PDF. Speaking of....Thank you, warehouse crew. :D. Monday must have been hectic!

Shalafi2412 wrote:
How is the PRC in this book?

It's really neat. "Blessed" works quite differently from the "Damned" feature of the fiend-based PrC's. The "Angeliac" comparison someone used actually does apply to a point, but it's very different in tone.

Korada is great. Imagine if the Monkey King, Buddha, and Jesus did the fusion dance. With maybe just a hint of Dr. Zaius' looks. :). Awesome patron for monks.

Totally in love with Vildeis as a celestial lord. She's both truly good and horrifying. The screams in the shadow....

Ghenshau has got to have a peculiar relationship with both Cayden Cailean and Erastil. So alike and so different.


Mikaze wrote:

No prob! Actually have a lot more to say, but I'm waiting for my physical copy to do a real read through instead of sneaking glances at the PDF. Speaking of....Thank you, warehouse crew. :D. Monday must have been hectic!

Shalafi2412 wrote:
How is the PRC in this book?

It's really neat. "Blessed" works quite differently from the "Damned" feature of the fiend-based PrC's. The "Angeliac" comparison someone used actually does apply to a point, but it's very different in tone.

Korada is great. Imagine if the Monkey King, Buddha, and Jesus did the fusion dance. With maybe just a hint of Dr. Zaius' looks. :). Awesome patron for monks.

Totally in love with Vildeis as a celestial lord. She's both truly good and horrifying. The screams in the shadow....

Ghenshau has got to have a peculiar relationship with both Cayden Cailean and Erastil. So alike and so different.

Nice! I can so hardly wait to see it. What are the Pre-reqs?

Silver Crusade

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I really, really LIKE this book. I was so fearful that it's going to be yet another one-dimensional Catalog of TurboGood book where every page tries to be MORE GOOD than the on before.

Instead, it's full of interesting and often provocative ideas. Grim, shadowy, revolting and sometimes downright controversial concepts that fly in the face of "our idea of good is basically Christianity with flaming swords riding on dragons" trope that plagued D&D since day one. Empyreal lord that looks after prostitutes? Shady infiltrator celestials? Freakin' Arshea? Mortification rituals? Empyreals with domains such as Death, Madness, Void or Darkness?

Great work, Amber and FWS!


I can't wait to read this one now more then ever.


Gorbacz wrote:
Instead, it's full of interesting and often provocative ideas. Grim, shadowy, revolting and sometimes downright controversial concepts that fly in the face of "our idea of good is basically Christianity with flaming swords riding on dragons" trope that plagued D&D since day one. Empyreal lord that looks after prostitutes? Shady infiltrator celestials? Freakin' Arshea? Mortification rituals? Empyreals with domains such as Death, Madness, Void or Darkness?

Yeah, I'm setting up camp in the My Downloads area. This sounds so cool it boggles the mind.

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Gorbacz wrote:

I really, really LIKE this book. I was so fearful that it's going to be yet another one-dimensional Catalog of TurboGood book where every page tries to be MORE GOOD than the on before.

Instead, it's full of interesting and often provocative ideas. Grim, shadowy, revolting and sometimes downright controversial concepts that fly in the face of "our idea of good is basically Christianity with flaming swords riding on dragons" trope that plagued D&D since day one. Empyreal lord that looks after prostitutes? Shady infiltrator celestials? Freakin' Arshea? Mortification rituals? Empyreals with domains such as Death, Madness, Void or Darkness?

Great work, Amber and FWS!

Wait what? There's a lord with Void? G+@#+@mit subscriptions activate I needs to know!

Silver Crusade

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doc the grey wrote:

Wait what? There's a lord with Void? G~*#*~mit subscriptions activate I needs to know!

Let's just say that folks that felt Desna should have had Void are going to be very interested in that particular lord. :)

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Mikaze wrote:
doc the grey wrote:

Wait what? There's a lord with Void? G~*#*~mit subscriptions activate I needs to know!

Let's just say that folks that felt Desna should have had Void are going to be very interested in that particular lord. :)

God this needs to start shipping! I have a gravewalker witch with ties to the dark tapestry and this would just be too on the money if I get a truly cthulhian option for him to also offer supplication to. Come on Paizo ship my order!


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Mikaze wrote:
orada is great. Imagine if the Monkey King, Buddha, and Jesus did the fusion dance. With maybe just a hint of Dr. Zaius' looks. :). Awesome patron for monks.

This description makes me Giddy like a saffron-haired schoolgirl...

doc the grey wrote:
Mikaze wrote:
doc the grey wrote:

Wait what? There's a lord with Void? G~*#*~mit subscriptions activate I needs to know!

Let's just say that folks that felt Desna should have had Void are going to be very interested in that particular lord. :)
God this needs to start shipping! I have a gravewalker witch with ties to the dark tapestry and this would just be too on the money if I get a truly cthulhian option for him to also offer supplication to. Come on Paizo ship my order!

Yerp; my Shattered Star PC may be getting a deity change now...

I'll have to read up on BB more now.

Mikaze, did you catch the part where she is actually semi-responsible for Zon-Kuthon's return?

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Irnk, Dead-Eye's Prodigal wrote:
Mikaze wrote:
orada is great. Imagine if the Monkey King, Buddha, and Jesus did the fusion dance. With maybe just a hint of Dr. Zaius' looks. :). Awesome patron for monks.

This description makes me Giddy like a saffron-haired schoolgirl...

doc the grey wrote:
Mikaze wrote:
doc the grey wrote:

Wait what? There's a lord with Void? G~*#*~mit subscriptions activate I needs to know!

Let's just say that folks that felt Desna should have had Void are going to be very interested in that particular lord. :)
God this needs to start shipping! I have a gravewalker witch with ties to the dark tapestry and this would just be too on the money if I get a truly cthulhian option for him to also offer supplication to. Come on Paizo ship my order!

Yerp; my Shattered Star PC may be getting a deity change now...

I'll have to read up on BB more now.

Mikaze, did you catch the part where she is actually semi-responsible for Zon-Kuthon's return?

Hell if it gives me a viable option to take the dark tapestry subdomain then I might seriously consider taking the rebuild option when I gm Gencon, my CG azathoth cleric turn CG Groetus Cleric might finally be able to see the light as a crazy (but good!) worshiper of an outer god who summons cthulhian monsters to protect mankind.

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You guys are killing me. I'm probably not going to see this until next Wednesday, tops. (and perhaps not until next weekend)

It sounds glorious!


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I went ahead and ordered it from Paizo even though I have it preordered somewhere else.

Silver Crusade

I'm curious about this one and thinking of buying it, since roughly half of my character designs tend toward 'divine affiliated' themes. It sounds like the fluff aspects are spot-on and very interesting, so I might buy it for that reason alone, but I have a question I hope some of you can answer.

Specifically, what sort of game materials are present for PCs to use? In various campaigns, I currently have a Celestial Sorc (who values Good-aligned summoning, plus Good or at least non-Evil blasting, controls such as Grease/Glitterdust, defense they can share with others, and so on), a Desnan Bard that enjoys confusing the hell out of enemies in addition to the usual 'help your allies' schtick the class does, and a pair of religious-themed Fighters (melee with high speed/light armor types). Anything they'd care about?

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Mikaze wrote:

Cervidal agathions, the knights of Nirvana

Please tell me they are deer (cervines) instead of goats like MM2?! That annoyed me to no end...

Alas, I must wait till this hits shelves. Hopefully soon. ;_;


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DeciusNero wrote:
Mikaze wrote:

Cervidal agathions, the knights of Nirvana

Please tell me they are deer (cervines) instead of goats like MM2?! That annoyed me to no end...

Alas, I must wait till this hits shelves. Hopefully soon. ;_;

Deer/Elk, yes. Your annoyance, regarding that at least..., has reached it's end!

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