Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4 (OGL)

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Untold Horrors!

Confront the creatures that go bump in the night! Bestiary 4 presents hundreds of new monsters for use in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Within this tome of terrors you'll find pitiless psychopomps and blood-drinking nosferatu, insectile formians and faceless nightgaunts, and even unique mythological horrors like Spring- Heeled Jack and Grendel himself. Yet not every creature need be an enemy, as mighty empyreal lords, primeval outer dragons, and valorous swan maidens enlist you in their epic battles!

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4 is the fourth indispensable volume of monsters for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and serves as a companion to the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook and Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Bestiary. This imaginative tabletop game builds upon more than 10 years of system development and an Open Playtest featuring more than 50,000 gamers to create a cutting-edge RPG experience that brings the all-time best-selling set of fantasy rules into the new millennium.

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Bestiary 4 includes:

  • More than 300 different monsters
  • Creatures from classic horror literature and monster films, including the colour out of space, elder things, and kaiju
  • New player-friendly races like changelings, kitsune, and nagaji
  • Entities of mythic might, from despotic demon lords and alien elohim to terrifying Great Old Ones—including Cthulhu!
  • New creatures you can construct, like clockworks and juggernauts
  • New familiars, animal companions, and other allies
  • New templates to help you get more life out of classic monsters
  • Appendices to help you find the right monster, including lists by Challenge Rating, monster type, and habitat
  • Expanded universal monster rules to simplify combat
  • Challenges for every adventure and every level of play
  • ... and much, much more!

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-575-4

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It has Cthulhu.

5/5

My usual points in reviews of Pathfinder bestiaries hold true.

There's a theme, and it's horror. But the theme doesn't dominate the variety.

There's variety, of pop-culture and cultural sources. But variety doesn't dominate the theme.

There are mythic monsters, but they don't overwhelm the "normal" ones.

There are "normal" monsters, but you'll still remember the mythic ones.

Also, Cthulhu.


Good but lacking

3/5


Another awesome collection of monsters for every fan!

5/5

You really got to love Paizo!
I mean, what other game-company listens to, communicates and jokes around with fans like they do?!?
You have a wish for a monster you like to see in one of their products? Just let them know in the Bestiary-wish topics and when you are lucky that same monster/idea will end up in one of their awesome products!

I’m a bestiary junkie, so it’s probably unfair to see a review coming from my fingers… but I want to try it anyway.. so here goes!

Paizo Bestiaries have always been diverse, surprising, cool and full of dangerous critters suitable for ANY game and adventure, but none of the previous bestiaries are as diverse and terror-worthy as this one!
It’s full of monsters for any type of player and adventure! From huge city-crushing Colossi and Kaiju, to small cuddly and playful Pipefoxes, Pooka and Tooth Fairies that every player want to cuddle with until they find out some of their teeth are missing! ;-)
Undead rise from every corner, bizarre oozes slither around on countless pages, constructs of all types and sizes crush their way into your adventures and beasts from your worst nightmares will haunt you even further!

This Bestiary revamps monsters from D&D such as the awesome Formians, the improved mudmen named Mudlords, the colorful Sea Cat and the original Lurking Rays which will surprise you with their originality!
It stats up monsters from the most horrifying and awesome movies of all time, such as the plants from the Invasion of the Body Snatchers, the all-consuming Blob, Grendel from Beowulf that will tear your limb for limb, the horrors from the Mimic movies, heck… even Godzilla isn’t safe for this Tome of awesomeness, and if you have a high imagination, it also stats the murderous rabbit from The Holy Grail! (Almiraj comes close enough!)
It also holds tons of monsters from all types of Mythologies and Folklore stories from all over the planet such as the bizarre Asian/Japanese monsters known as Gaki, Bakekujira, Gashadokuro, Kitsune, Harionago, Hyakume, Jinmenju and Rokurokubi, the Greek and famous Graeae, Argus, Lampad, Karkinoi and Maenad, from the cold Norse come the Einherjars and Svartalfars, the European came up with the Fachen, Erlking, Huldra, Fossegrim, Buggane, Alpluachra, Selkie and of course the horrifying Spring-Heeled Jack!
And many, many more such as Abaia, Kapre, Julunggali, Rukh, Qallupilluk and Tikbalang! And then there are the Jack-o-Lantern and the horrid Rat Kings!
It’s a must-have book for fans of Mythology, fantasy stories and Folklore! (such as myself!)

The book also adds in to the ever-growing numbers of Drakes, Dark Ones, Clockworks, Devils, Dinosaurs, Giants (Ocean Giants are awesome!), Golems (Blood and Coral!!), Gremlins, Kytons, Lycanthropes (some that terrorize the seas, lakes and skies) and the new and awesome Psychopomps! (Well not really new, but they are new to the Bestiary books!)

There are many awesome new templates in this book, and while I myself aren’t the biggest template fan in the world I must admit these templates will rock your table! As with this Bestiary you can turn ANY creature into a monster of shadows or covered in deadly fungi, mummy horrors of any kind and form can be brought to life, and then there is the Nightmare Creature Template which will turn some already scary monsters into monsters that your players will not soon forget!

Fans of dragons will be very happy with the extremely awesome and very colorful Outer Dragons which come straight from the cold void of space to terrorize your adventures even beyond the safe borders of Earth and/or Golarion!

New to this book are mythic creatures for truly epic mythic adventures and the Demon Lords, Kaiju and Great Old Ones! These extremely popular and epic awesomeness creatures are a must-have for every DM and fan of monsters!

Fans of the monsters of Lovecraft commit a serious crime when they ignore this book…
The Bestiary 4 gives immense attention and detail to MANY of the horrors Lovecraft dreamed up, think about horrors like the Cthulhu, Flying Polyp, the faceless Nightgaunts and the terrible Colour out of Space! And these are only few of them, there are many, many more hiding in the shadows of this book!

But not every monster in this monstrous tome wants to eat your bones, crush your brains, drain your blood, pull you through mirrors, absorb you into their endless mass, infest you with terrible diseases and poisons, rip your skin off, or even want to steal your teeth or talents…
Some of the creatures can be turned into precious allies or teammates! Think about creatures such as the beautiful Swan Maiden and the awesome and kind Empyreal Lords, making some adventures a little bit easier for your players, and bringing some love to the table.

Of course there are also some monsters I don’t really like or which I even dislike, but with more than 250 monsters in it that isn’t so strange as everybody has its personal preferences, like I don’t really care for real-world animals and playable races, but many other people(including you maybe) may be really hooked on those!
It’s a thing of taste, but everybody will get what they want from this book as it’s so incredible varied!

And even if you don’t play the Pathfinder game at all this book will fit very well into any art-addicted, monster-book collecting persons collection! The book is full of AWESOME and STUNNING artworks that really fit well together and give a very good picture of what the monster should be or what it can do!

So what are you waiting for? BUY IT NOW! (The more people who buy it, the more chance there will be an even better Bestiary 5 in the near future! And I really hope we will see a lot more Bestiaries from Paizo! Bestiary 10 here we come!!!) ;-)

Keep up the good work!


Amazing

5/5

Picked my up from the local game store. This book has everything I hoped it would have and more. Lots of interesting things to challenge players at all levels, and even some super powerful things to throw at epic or mythic characters. Almost every page had me thinking of ways to use these things in a game, and that's what I'm looking for in a book like this.

Lots of standard monsters, lots of interesting templates to modify monsters. It'll definitely get used at my table. For me, this was worth my money.


Another must-have collection of vile creatures and treasured curiosities

5/5

Paizo can't publish these fast enough. It's another winner, of course, terrific to look at and seed your next adventure. The art stands alongside the third book and my other new favorite, the recently released "Mythic Adventures" sourcebook. This arrived today, and I'm glued. The last few hardbacks - NPC, Equipment, Mythic, Campaign and now this - have been indispensable assets for this GM. These monster guides are really the new standard and great inspiration for GMs running any system.


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Odraude wrote:


Actually, one of the devs said they stopped reading because you kept reprinting your lists over and over and over again. So please, refrain from doing that.

Ok, succes with an soon-to-be-dead-topic then.

Dragon78 did the same thing btw, so don't blame only me.


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Want ... this ... wallpaper ... in downloads ... nnggrrrggglll ...

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Gorbacz wrote:
Yora wrote:

Why would Orcus and Juiblex be available? They are clearly specific characters from other peoples existing works, that are still in production.

I see how you can get away with Asmodeus, who really is just the devil with a generic name. But even if Demogorgon and Orcus also have preexisting names, their appearance and lore is something very D&D specific.
Because in 2000 WotC allowed Necromancer Games to publish Tome of Horrors, an OGL bestiary that included dozens of up-to-then WotC IP monsters. Among them, apart from Orcus and Jubilex, were dark creepers/stalkers, shadow demons, nupperibos, lurkers above, flumphs, and many others. Some things (such as references to proper names in D&D campaign settings) were filed off, but Orcus-goat-headed-demon-lord-of-undead and Jubilex-formless-demon-lord-of-oozes were left pretty much intact. So, under OGL, anybody can use them as long as they're not connecting them to Greyhawk or FR or whatever else that is WotC closed content IP. And that's exactly what Paizo has been doing for some time, because both Orcus and Jubilex have an established presence in Golarion.

Note that Wizards has Juiblex, while Necromancer has Jubilex. The latter is Open Game Content; the former is not.


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Just gonna leave this here...


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OK, this is a MUST buy for me. Kaiju AND Cthulhu? I sincerely hope the Lovecraft monsters from Carrion Crown and Shattered Star get in this. The only bad thing is that as a GM I now have to put a planned campaign on hold again till this comes out so I can look this over and decide how much of it needs to be in my campaign to vex my players.


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Kthulhu wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
Kthulhu wrote:
If they do end up staggering them, I'd prefer to see something like a book of templates rather than immediately another NPC Codex.
Meh on the idea of a book of templates...I don't think there are enough reasonable templates to fill a entire book...though if they do so more power to them.
Never heard of Green Ronin's Advanced Bestiary? Or Silverthorne Games' Book of Templates: Deluxe Edition 3.5? Or for something that is fully Pathfinder-compatible, Rite Publishing's Book of Monster Templates?

Sorry if I was clear enough...I meant in my opinion there is not a need for that many templates. Not that no one will find use for it...just not something I need or want.


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I find templates eminently useful. Too many players know the default statblocks like the back of their hands. Templates keep things interesting.


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"My Little Cthulhu: Friendship Is Madness"


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Dragon78 wrote:

"My Little Cthulhu: Friendship Is Madness"

Now that is a TV show that would fill up my DVR as fast as they aired.


Templates are awesome, but useful and flavorful templates aren't that numerous.


Actually Turin, it was the name of a blog on this site, but really funny none the less.


I'm curious if, since psychopomps will be getting a full listing in a world-neutral Bestiary, will the Valkyrie from Bestiary 3 be retroactively made psychopomps or will they remain non-specific outsiders that just happen to shepherd some dead souls to the afterlife?

Grand Lodge

That reminds me: I've GOT to buy that Advanced Bestiary. Saw a friend's once and every page makes me go "oooh, I want to put one of those on <monster X>"

Templates: YAY!
Great Old Ones: Hm... gonna see how they turn out.
More Bestiaries: YAAAAAY!

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"Pah, Cthulhu? My third level summoner can stop that guy. Two words: summon narwahl."


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Jason Nelson wrote:
Mahaha was a monster I proposed for the AP Bestiary when I was writing The Hungry Storm for Jade Regent but it got bounced in favor of other concepts. We will see if it shows up in B4.

Is it any relation to the bombastic Muahaha? Or the less impressive Meh?


Well what do you know.

I was going to need stats for a Clockwork Dragon when my Reaper Bones show up


Zhangar wrote:

Actually, Cthulhu and company are in the original printing of Deities and Demigods for first edition AD&D. TSR dropped the Cthulhu Mythos, along with the Newhonian Mythos (i.e., Fafhrd and Grey Mouser material by Fritz Lieber) and Melnibonean Mythos (i.e., Elric and Stormbringer material by Michael Moorcock) from later printings (which were renamed Legends and Lore) because, among other things, they felt it was free advertising for other people's stuff.

Cthulhu and Hastur were greater gods, and Nyarlathotep and Shub-Niggurath were lesser gods, in the original write-ups. I'm not sure what those decisions were based on.

Also, the Deities and Demigods version of Shubby is very similar to the Great Old One called Abhoth in Chaosism's Call of Cthulhu.

Back on topic, GLEE.

Off topic, but a minor point, Nehwon was not dropped when Dieties and Demigods got a reprint, nor was it dropped from legends and Lore which followed. TSR had actually liscensed the creations of Fritz Lieber in this case and produced a boxed setting set, and several supplements for both 1st Ed AD&D and 2nd Ed AD&D. As for the full story on why Cthulhu and Melnibonean mythos were dropped, there is a history printed at Drivethru RPG on the description page of the WotC PDF.


The Clockwork dragon was in AP#66

So what AP is the stopping point this time to get monsters from?


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based on the last bestiary...I would guess Shattered Star, with an emphasis on slightly older APs


I think only the extremly fan-favorites from Shattered Star will end up in this bestiary, namely the Lovecraft critters and the Clockwork Dragon. The others (such as the mythological Polevik and Wolpertinger aren't that lucky me thinks)

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Lucus Palosaari wrote:
I'm curious if, since psychopomps will be getting a full listing in a world-neutral Bestiary, will the Valkyrie from Bestiary 3 be retroactively made psychopomps or will they remain non-specific outsiders that just happen to shepherd some dead souls to the afterlife?

Nope; they're remaining their own unique thing.

Shadow Lodge

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Okay I just managed to pick my jaw up off the floor and all I can say is G*+ D%$n...

Paizo you made me pine for fall, I never pine for fall. That cover, my god that cover. In one cover you've managed to tell me I'm getting everything I've been asking to get printed into pathfinder rules since I converted. Now all I can complain about is that it's not here now, I have a birthday in 2 two months and dark plans for my players and I wants me some Cthulhu!


C'thulhu.......CR 30, right?

just a guess.


I am going to say CR 30 as well if that is the Max CR is with the mythic rules.

Going by experience this book will actually come out either November or December. I would actually be very surprised if it came out in October but I will be happy as long as it gets here before Christmas ...of this year.


James Jacobs wrote:
Lucus Palosaari wrote:
I'm curious if, since psychopomps will be getting a full listing in a world-neutral Bestiary, will the Valkyrie from Bestiary 3 be retroactively made psychopomps or will they remain non-specific outsiders that just happen to shepherd some dead souls to the afterlife?
Nope; they're remaining their own unique thing.

Thank you for the prompt response!

Now to consider why they don't get to be psychopomps and their relationship with them.... :-)


Lucus Palosaari wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Lucus Palosaari wrote:
I'm curious if, since psychopomps will be getting a full listing in a world-neutral Bestiary, will the Valkyrie from Bestiary 3 be retroactively made psychopomps or will they remain non-specific outsiders that just happen to shepherd some dead souls to the afterlife?
Nope; they're remaining their own unique thing.

Thank you for the prompt response!

Now to consider why they don't get to be psychopomps and their relationship with them.... :-)

I have an image of a flock of valkyries hovering over the same battlefield as a flock of memitims, all trying to both glare at each other and keep an eye on the dying... :)


Yet another book from paizo i want really hard. Why am I not surprised?
I'm looking forward to it. A lot.


I hope that we get some playable races that are fey, monstrous humanoid, aberration, and another plant one. I wonder if any of the playable races from the Innersea Bestiary made it in...or anything from that book at all. Well hopefully there will be around 8-12 new playable races in this one like the first bestiary had.

Bestiary 1- 11 races

Bestiary 2- 7 races

Bestiary 3- 5 races


Dragon78 wrote:

I hope that we get some playable races that are fey, monstrous humanoid, aberration, and another plant one. I wonder if any of the playable races from the Innersea Bestiary made it in...or anything from that book at all. Well hopefully there will be around 8-12 new playable races in this one like the first bestiary had.

Bestiary 1- 11 races

Bestiary 2- 7 races

Bestiary 3- 5 races

I kind of doubt there will be that many, But 5-7 seems reasonable.


I think 5 playable race creatures are good enough.

Also I hope none (well maybe the scarab because it doesn't suit in there) monsters from the Innersea Bestiary are inside Bestiary 4, if they are I bought Innersea Bestiary for nothing.


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Bestiary II theme was Outer Planes
Bestiary III theme was cultural monsters
Bestiary IV theme is... movies? or maybe fiction in general? We're getting kaiju, gremlins, body snatchers, Lovecraftian horrors, and nosferatu. Yeah, I think this is the cinema Bestiary.


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I would like at least 7 playable races, at least 5 improved familiars(not just animals/vermin), at least 1 animal companion, maybe a new plant companion like from ARG.


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Yes, probably the Gremlins in this book will be like the gremlins from the movies! Multiplying when touching water!


Jinkin already have the movie gremlin likeness. Still im hoping for mogwai.


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I want a chicken. I've wanted a proper chicken familiar for ages.


Threeshades wrote:
Jinkin already have the movie gremlin likeness. Still im hoping for mogwai.

Jinkins only look like those Gremlins, but they don't have their ability to become a surinam toad when touching water..


James Jacobs wrote:
Lucus Palosaari wrote:
I'm curious if, since psychopomps will be getting a full listing in a world-neutral Bestiary, will the Valkyrie from Bestiary 3 be retroactively made psychopomps or will they remain non-specific outsiders that just happen to shepherd some dead souls to the afterlife?
Nope; they're remaining their own unique thing.

I assume the same goes for the Shinigami. And the Ankou. And there is probably some Hellish Ferryman Daemon as well.

Which makes me wonder what psychopomps are still left that would justify a dinstinct class of creatures.


Mogwai would be nice though I doubt they would like the movie versions but as long as there a type of gremlins I will be ok.

Bestiary II outsiders

Bestiary III cultural monsters

Bestiary IV mythic

I hope the Leanen Sidhe is CR10-14 and the Tooth Fairy is around CR6-11.


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Dragon78 wrote:


Bestiary IV mythic

Definitely, but the non-mythic monsters (along with several of the mythic) seem to be drawn from cinema. This is preliminary of course, as we don't know 95% of the monsters.


I think the Tooth Faeries are actually CR 1-3, I hope they can be swarm creatures of very tiny proportion, like a swarm of Faerie piranha's, having the tooth in their name only because they are more tooth than fairy.

And if the Ankou joins the Bestiary 4, I hope they remake it, just as the Vouivre, both those monsters didn't really stand out in the AP bestiary, both in art, appearance and background.

Of the AP monsters I really, really want to see, Skrik Nettle and Raiju are my personal Favorites, and many more from Kingmaker and Jade's Regent, but also from the Pirate Ap.

Only the Vilcasis, Weaverworm and Springheel Jack stood out from Carrion Crown for me personally, but something inside me tells me we will see most AP monsters from there... :-(


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I'm thinking the Tooth Fairies are low CR, but yeah I hope the Leannan Sidhe are mid to high CR.

I think we will get a pretty good range of AP additions, so I wouldn't worry. I am hoping we knock off most of the 3.5 non-world centric/limited license monsters from those APs. I also don't think (hope?) we get any Inner Sea Bestiary creatures. I think those already exist in a bestiary, so there isn't need to move them to hardcover.

As far as themes go, I think it's more useful to look at what the bestiaries are meant to support. Bestiary 1 is clearly designed to bring in most of the necessary monsters from the SRD. Bestiary 2 fills in holes from Bestiary 1 in monster selection and fleshes out the Pathfinder planar creatures. Bestiary 3 is focused on fleshing out monsters suitable for Tian Xia as well as "lesser" planar factions. In that context, Bestiary 4 is clearly meant to flesh out mythic rules monsters and provide appropriate/new enemies that use those rules

Other random thoughts

Karcinoi = maybe one of the new 0HD races?

Outer Dragons = perhaps we are finally getting dragons for the outer planes. Dragons to represent good, evil, chaos, order and neutrality?

Is Guardian dragon = Ladon?

When I see necrocrafts why is my first thought vehicles, etc made of flesh and animated? I am thinking living ships composed of bone or hang gliders of skin.

Giants? I am having trouble thinking of two many giant niches we have left, at least outside of marine environments


Necrocrafts=Eoxian space ships?

I was thinking guardian dragon might be there version of force or prismatic but the idea of them being like Ladon is also a possibility.

I was thinking the same thing about the outer dragons if they are for the outer planes.

Karcinoi= crab people crab people crab people


Well Karkinoi are probably crab people as their name sounds extremly like the greek crab monster! I didn't liked the crabman from D&D mostly because of the silly artwork and name, at least the name for eventual crabpeople is awesome now! We already have many crabs so doing something so original with Carcinos is cool for me!

I hope necrocrafts aren't vehicles, but a living ship sounds cool.

Guardian Dragon(s) are hopefully Ladon & other greek guardian dragons, that would be cool, but I do hope the name Ladon is used, I really like that name.

I also think the Sea Cat is in there, if the Clockwork Dragon is there, so is one of the last non-added 3.5 D&D monster Manual monsters.

And Dragon78 lets hope the Ravid will make it as well now the Al-Mi-Raj is confirmed!


will this have the godzilla type monsters that III was supposed to have?

Shadow Lodge

That's the Kaiju, yes.

Dark Archive

Request--- PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE can we have new feats for creatures in this book. The last three books were pretty much copy & paste for the feats section

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A bestiary's not really the place for new feats. I agree that there's probably not a need to copy/paste the previous feats though.

A book that presents new options for monsters is a book I've been trying to convince the design team and management to tackle for some time. If folks want to see such a book, one that presents new feats and prestige classes and templates and maybe even things like monster archetypes and the like... let us know! Preferably in its own thread, and not here. ;-)

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James Jacobs wrote:
A book that presents new options for monsters is a book I've been trying to convince the design team and management to tackle for some time. If folks want to see such a book, one that presents new feats and prestige classes and templates and maybe even things like monster archetypes and the like... let us know! Preferably in its own thread, and not here. ;-)

I took the liberty of creating such a thread here.


Lucus Palosaari wrote:
Now to consider why they don't get to be psychopomps and their relationship with them.... :-)

Psychopomps are True Neutral outsiders; the valkyrie is Chaotic Neutral.

Sincubus wrote:

I think 5 playable race creatures are good enough.

Also I hope none (well maybe the scarab because it doesn't suit in there) monsters from the Innersea Bestiary are inside Bestiary 4, if they are I bought Innersea Bestiary for nothing.

Not to worry! Paizo's beastiaries tend to be setting neutral, so you should be fine! :)

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