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Unleash the Power of the Gods!

Through the miracles of priests and the weapons of crusaders, the deities of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game command unrivaled influence over the lands of the Inner Sea. Tap into their incredible might with Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods! Inside you’ll discover the deepest secrets of an entire pantheon of incomparable beings, claim relics suited to both sinners and saints, and wield immortal might as a character of any background, race, or class. No longer does the favor of the gods belong to clerics, paladins, and other divine spellcasters alone—choose your faith and make holy power your own!

This volume expands upon the world and religions detailed in Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The Inner Sea World Guide. Inside this tome of mysteries, you’ll find:

  • Massive articles on the most powerful deities of the Pathfinder campaign setting, revealing everything you need to know about the gods and their followers, temples, adventurers, holy days, otherworldly realms, divine minions, and more!
  • Details on nearly 300 deities from across the Inner Sea region and beyond.
  • New prestige classes to imbue you with the power of the gods! What’s more, each of these three classes is uniquely customized to make worshipers of all 20 core gods mechanically distinct from each other—that’s 60 different prestige class variations!
  • Tons of new feats to help optimize your character and make you a champion of the church.
  • More than 140 magic items tailored to religious characters of all classes! Unleash righteous wrath or spread divine corruption with sacred armor, weapons, altars, holy symbols, and other relics for every faith.
  • A library of spells and subdomains to help your caster sow destruction, spread divine love, or remake reality in your god’s name!
  • Character traits to help you get the most out of your character’s beliefs and backstory.
  • Dozens of monsters, including high-level heralds and divine servitors for Pathfinder’s most prominent deities.

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Must have for divine players and GM

5/5

While it looks like a cleric book at first sight this is way more.
Of course; clerics, inquisitors, oracles, warpriests and (anti)paladins wil benefit the most, but now you can also make a fighter a soldier of god by taking the sentinel class, or make a Desna rogue and gain access to the feats. The feats, traits, spells and boons make the difference between the gods a lot greater, witch also adds more flavor. In the corebook the weapon and domains where the only stats of a deity, but the fire domain didn't give a character more Asmodues feel, because a Sarenrea priest could take it to. With these Deity specific feats, boon etc. it can become a big deal witch you choose.

The 3 archetypes are all good, divine casters can go exalted, martials can take sentinel classes and everyone can go evangelist.

Now the big deal for me:
As a GM you can at so much flavor:
Example: giving the bad guys in your torture chamber Zon-Kuthon feats, prestige classes and spells.

Love this book.


Ring Side Report- RPG Review of Inner Sea Gods

4/5

Originally posted at www.throatpunchgames.com, a new idea everyday!

Product- Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods
Producer-Paizo
System-Pathfinder
Price-~$30
TL; DR-If you want to know about the main Golarion gods, get this book. 90%

Basics- Inner Sea Gods is the first hard cover book discussing Golarion in a long time from Paizo, and as the name suggests, it focuses on the gods of the inner sea region. Chapter one discusses the big 20-the top gods of the setting. Each god gets a few pages discussing important stats for this god and prestige classes for characters of this god, the gods beliefs, the priesthood, the church, temples and shrines, a priest's role in the world, how adventures see the god, clothing of worshipers, holy texts, holidays, aphorisms, relations between religions, the gods realm, planar allies, and a sidebar for characters of this god for different items, archetypes and character options. Each god also gets a picture of a worshiper and the god itself. After the main deities' chapter, the second string of deities gets a chapter with each deity getting half a page followed by a section on race specific pantheons. Next is a chapter on character options including three new prestige classes, feats, traits, domains spells, and items. The book finishes with new monsters and quick stat tables on the gods.

Theme or fluff- I liked and didn't like this one. What was here was great, but what wasn't was what really made this disappointing. The first chapter of the book is amazing! The write up on each god is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to learn about the gods of this world. However, I would have gladly traded any items and spells in this book for more page space on the second string deities. That was what I really wanted from this book. Gods like Besmara already have a deity write up that could have been copy/pasted from the Adventure Paths (AP) right in this book! And that's the assumed default god of the second highest selling AP! Heck, some gods don't even get the half page as some race deities get less than a paragraph in the pantheons. Now, I know this is kind of nit-picking as +90% of players will pick a main god and use that, but those minor god details are important to me. 4/5

Mechanics or Crunch-This was done well even if I wanted more fluff in the book. Instead of making an ungodly (ha puns!) number of different prestige classes, Paizo made three, BUT each god gives different powers depending on the god the character serves. That right there, along with CMB/CMD, is the smartest thing Paizo has added to the 3.X system! I don't need a book with three classes per god (basically the standard Paizo three: skill monkey, fighter, and caster); I can have two pages explaining each class and 1/2 a page per god giving each god's specific powers for those three. That frees up page space that was much better used and solved a problem in a smart way. The feats, items, monsters, and powers provided by the book are also well done too. Like any large book, there are winners and losers for all the options provided, but overall it's not bad. I think the alters and item are far overpriced for the bonus you get though. As above, since the non-core gods don't get much more than half a page, you can't out of the box play the new prestige classes with the obscured gods. But, those are minor problems. 4.5/5

Execution- It's not a bad book. I might have problems with content, but Paizo knows how to really put a bunch in each book. The art helps keep the reader from getting bored since you are in essence reading at least 150 pages of fake theology textbook. Item, spell, power, class layout is as great as ever. I find nothing to complain about here. 5/5

Summary- If you play Pathfinder and are a cleric, then this book is a no brainer. If you run a Pathfinder game and will use ANY gods at all, then this book is a no brainer. I have my problems with what didn't make the cut for this book as opposed to what did. However, if you are the vast majority of people out there who pretend to worship some fantasy god in this system, then this book is for you. If you want to worship some obscure god, you have a bit of work on your hands. Since I love clerics in my 3.5 games, this a well done book I'm glad is part of my collection but not completely what I wanted. 90%


Great for those interested in the core deities

4/5

I've posted a complete review on my blog, The Triangular Room.

I think Inner Sea Gods is a great addition to my Pathfinder collection. While a fair amount of the content is recycled from previous products, it’s really fantastic to have everything in one place, especially in such a beautiful, well-designed volume. I’d consider it a must-buy for fans of the core Golarion deities. For those looking for more options related to the non-core deities, this title is probably not going to help you a great deal.


Finally got one

5/5

I'm a big fan of giving back story to the world around us, and this helps. Added in the fact it is Reynolds best covers, and the interior matched it was just outstanding. I do agree some of this is a repeat, but I also think this may be one of those that we will see have an update. Maybe new gods added, some deaths, feats better explained, etc. Needs work, but I still love it. Worth the buy.


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>Cries in the corner< Maybe this weekend

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Has anyone here informed the tech crew that the review here is a spam post?


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Dragon78 wrote:
I thought Brigh was a full up God but she only has four domains so she is a demi-god.

Odd you are correct maybe they will fix it in the upcoming Iron Gods AP.


I must confess I regret that the text about Iomedae loathing "fiend-spawn" remains uncomfortably open as to what qualifies for that term. :(


doc the grey wrote:
Has anyone here informed the tech crew that the review here is a spam post?

After reading your post, I looked... I didn't see anyway to report it from the review tab. How would someone go about reporting that blatant Spam?

Edit: The Spammer apparently created his/her account solely for the purpose of making that Spam review post too. :-(

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I love how Desna's servitors are even more "buggy" and alien in ways than Calistria's vengeance demons.

There's something awesome about celestial fairies whose anatomy doesn't work quite "right" and have mouths coated with venom. :D

And man, between this and Chronicle of the Righteous...NG celestials really hate them some thanadaemons. ;)


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John Kretzer wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
I thought Brigh was a full up God but she only has four domains so she is a demi-god.
Odd you are correct maybe they will fix it in the upcoming Iron Gods AP.

I'm fairly certain it's intentional; not something that will be corrected.

Grand Lodge

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Maizing wrote:
After reading your post, I looked... I didn't see anyway to report it from the review tab. How would someone go about reporting that blatant Spam?

Usually at customer.service@paizo.com, but we also have a thread in Website Feedback, where we have already brought it up.

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Liath Samathran wrote:
I must confess I regret that the text about Iomedae loathing "fiend-spawn" remains uncomfortably open as to what qualifies for that term. :(

She's just so uptight that's how she ends up pronouncing love.

Brought to you in part by The Iomedae Tsundere Coalition.


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The review of this product needs to be removed. It is a spambot.


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Wow. Not only is the review a spammer, but he only gave the book a one! Those spammers can be brutal.


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Mikaze wrote:
I love how Desna's servitors are even more "buggy" and alien in ways than Calistria's vengeance demons.

Well it makes sense Calistria just likes wasps she is not a fanatic about them.

She is not also really a giant alien bug thing pretending to be a elf like Desna.


Liath Samathran wrote:
I must confess I regret that the text about Iomedae loathing "fiend-spawn" remains uncomfortably open as to what qualifies for that term. :(

Given how the entries for the different tiefling heritages featured in Blood of Fiends are all named x-spawn (x being the type of fiend, such as devils, demons, kytons, etc.), I fear her loathing might include tieflings. If that is indeed the case, that's bad news for my tiefling inquisitor of Iomedae.

Silver Crusade

Heine Stick wrote:
Liath Samathran wrote:
I must confess I regret that the text about Iomedae loathing "fiend-spawn" remains uncomfortably open as to what qualifies for that term. :(
Given how the entries for the different tiefling heritages featured in Blood of Fiends are all named x-spawn (x being the type of fiend, such as devils, demons, kytons, etc.), I fear her loathing might include tieflings. If that is indeed the case, that's bad news for my tiefling inquisitor of Iomedae.

Bad news for my Iomedaean tiefling paladin and his cleric sister in Wrath of the Righteous too. Especially they both have the "Touched by Divinity" trait.

I seriously doubt she's intended to be racist against tieflings though, as it goes squarely against everything else said about her as well as James Jacobs' words about the subject. My only real concern there is that it could wind up being interpreted that way by some, not just locking out Iomedaean paladins in some groups but also leading to Iomedae being protrayed as a hateful "good in name only" type. Basically interpreting Iomedae as something that belongs in Warhammer 40k's Imperium of Man rather than the genuinely Good archetypal paladin god she's intended to be.

I'm not so much worried about Iomedae getting derailed or Iomedaean tieflings getting declared noncanon so much as wishing that sentence had been worded a bit differently. :)

Silver Crusade

Also, this book has the strongest Nethys artwork yet. From that spread of him over Osirion to his priestess' fashion sense to that altar, really dig the aesthetics put together here. :)


Mikaze wrote:
I'm not so much worried about Iomedae getting derailed or Iomedaean tieflings getting declared noncanon so much as wishing that sentence had been worded a bit differently. :)

It's certainly a sentence that'll be worded differently for the purpose of any campaign I run. It'd be interesting to hear from the folks at Paizo how the sentence is to be interpreted in official Golarion.


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Message to mods:- the review that is posted up there - you may want to remove it...... Mind you - astrology in Golarion may be MORE reliable :-)

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Mikaze wrote:
Heine Stick wrote:
Liath Samathran wrote:
I must confess I regret that the text about Iomedae loathing "fiend-spawn" remains uncomfortably open as to what qualifies for that term. :(
Given how the entries for the different tiefling heritages featured in Blood of Fiends are all named x-spawn (x being the type of fiend, such as devils, demons, kytons, etc.), I fear her loathing might include tieflings. If that is indeed the case, that's bad news for my tiefling inquisitor of Iomedae.

Bad news for my Iomedaean tiefling paladin and his cleric sister in Wrath of the Righteous too. Especially they both have the "Touched by Divinity" trait.

I seriously doubt she's intended to be racist against tieflings though, as it goes squarely against everything else said about her as well as James Jacobs' words about the subject. My only real concern there is that it could wind up being interpreted that way by some, not just locking out Iomedaean paladins in some groups but also leading to Iomedae being protrayed as a hateful "good in name only" type. Basically interpreting Iomedae as something that belongs in Warhammer 40k's Imperium of Man rather than the genuinely Good archetypal paladin god she's intended to be.

I'm not so much worried about Iomedae getting derailed or Iomedaean tieflings getting declared noncanon so much as wishing that sentence had been worded a bit differently. :)

Having read the fifth book of WoTR, can't say I'm surprised. Sad they decided to make her more the lawful stupid goddess.

At least Erastil isn't misogynistic any more. Small victories


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If I remember correctly these articles are written from the point of view of Imoedae's faithful, and not Imoedae herself. So in actuality it's her faithful that would be racist, and considering the centerfold in Faith's and Philosophy's I wouldn't be surprised if they took the whole fight against evil to the extreme.

In actuality considering her relationship with Ragathiel I think Imoedae herself would gladly accept willing tieflings into her faith, the problem would be that she is busy enough with the fight in the worldwound that she doesn't have the time to deal with extremists in her religion. In addition it's not like such a thing doesn't happen, look at the cult of the dawnflower for a good deity's religion taken to the most evil limit.

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Reading over the book there seems to have been a change of stance in regards to Saranae worship in Taldor (Were apparently there are now many churches and appears to be an accepted religion) as well as how the dawnflower cult works (None of which seem to be close to evil which seems a bit odd giving there stance on things)


zergtitan wrote:
If I remember correctly these articles are written from the point of view of Imoedae's faithful, and not Imoedae herself. So in actuality it's her faithful that would be racist, and considering the centerfold in Faith's and Philosophy's I wouldn't be surprised if they took the whole fight against evil to the extreme.

It seems odd, though, for the priesthood in its entirety to have this point of view if their goddess doesn't have a problem with tieflings at all. A faction within the church (overly zealous witch hunters and certain knighthoods), sure, but the entire priesthood? If the articles in Inner Sea Gods are indeed written from the point of view of the faithful, then surely they contain the most widely known aspects of the faith. The important parts, if you will.

Iomedae has been a goddess for much longer than the Mendevian Crusades have existed, and you'd think that her doctrines would be well established by now. Meaning that if Iomedae embraces tieflings into her ranks of priests and warriors, the church as a whole would as well, even if certain extremist elements within the Mendevian Crusades don't.

All this to say that I'm slightly concerned by the mention of her loathing fiend-spawn. From a canon standpoint, that is. It's my game so I can tweak it however I wish for my own games. :)


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There is also the factor that for a long time the mendevian crusade hunted down tieflings seeing them as agents of the worldwound until recently when a few tieflings demonstrated otherwise. After which many more were accepted to the advantage/disadvantage of the Crusade.

Grand Lodge

I was hoping this might have rules for creating your own goods (there's rules for nearly everything else but this from what I've seen) but with it being a cs book I doubt that will be the case.


John Kretzer wrote:
nighttree wrote:

So anything new or useful for followers of Groetus ?

Brigh ?

Groteus clerics get to prepare Fear as a 4th level spell and and those with the Madness or Void domain get to prepare Lesser Confusion and Confusion as 2nd and 4th level spells respectfully.

The both got religious traits.

Groteus got access to the new Stars subdomain.

The both may have got feats I did not see any though on my skim through.

Is Groetus trait just a reprint of Broken Mind ?


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nighttree wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
nighttree wrote:

So anything new or useful for followers of Groetus ?

Brigh ?

Groteus clerics get to prepare Fear as a 4th level spell and and those with the Madness or Void domain get to prepare Lesser Confusion and Confusion as 2nd and 4th level spells respectfully.

The both got religious traits.

Groteus got access to the new Stars subdomain.

The both may have got feats I did not see any though on my skim through.

Is Groetus trait just a reprint of Broken Mind ?

It is. Which is a +2 on saves vs madness and confusion effects.

Brigh gets Nimble Fingers, Keen Mind which gives you +1 on Disable Device checks and makes it a class skill.


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One of the things that surprise me and I think reveal for the first time is Razmir is getting divine support by ....

:
the goddess Sivanah. She is described as his ally and mentor. Her cleric provide him with real divine magic at times.

Also I am wondering if Brigh only as 4 domains because she might be...

Iron Gods Spoiler

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one of those AI gods.

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Huh, I went through the Iomedae article during development, and looks like that sentence got imported unchanged from the original article in Council of Thieves. Sorry about that -- I really should have made sure to clarify.

My understanding (of course, James can confirm or correct), is that while Iomedae doesn't have the same focus on redemption as Sarenrae (who, I think, is pretty delighted whenever anyone whose heritage or other factors predisposes them toward evil decides to serve her or other good deities), that doesn't mean that she doesn't believe in it.

As there's been more tiefling material, "spawn" has come to have a more precise meaning (the oni-spawn, etc. tiefling subtypes in Blood of Fiends), whereas I suspect that, back in 2009, it was a badass-sounding way to say "fiends and similar creatures."

I can't imagine that Iomedae would reject a tiefling paladin.

So, that sentence should probably read, "She loathes incorrigible evil, fiends, traitors, and those who abuse good in the name of “greater” good."

I'll check in with James on Monday to make sure that usage of "spawn" wasn't intentional in the original article.

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nighttree wrote:

So anything new or useful for followers of Groetus ?

Brigh ?

While there's not a ton of information on Brigh in this book, she is getting a whole article in Pathfinder #86.


That spammy "review" is still there. Can someone in authority remove it? Or is it there no way to remove reviews? Is it going to be stuck there forever?


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Maizing wrote:
That spammy "review" is still there. Can someone in authority remove it? Or is it there no way to remove reviews? Is it going to be stuck there forever?

Chill, they can remove it. It's the weekend (and Easter weekend for anyone who celebrates it), anyone with access to is probably busy. Just wait 'till Monday.


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Jessica Price wrote:

Huh, I went through the Iomedae article during development, and looks like that sentence got imported unchanged from the original article in Council of Thieves. Sorry about that -- I really should have made sure to clarify.

My understanding (of course, James can confirm or correct), is that while Iomedae doesn't have the same focus on redemption as Sarenrae (who, I think, is pretty delighted whenever anyone whose heritage or other factors predisposes them toward evil decides to serve her or other good deities), that doesn't mean that she doesn't believe in it.

As there's been more tiefling material, "spawn" has come to have a more precise meaning (the oni-spawn, etc. tiefling subtypes in Blood of Fiends), whereas I suspect that, back in 2009, it was a badass-sounding way to say "fiends and similar creatures."

I can't imagine that Iomedae would reject a tiefling paladin.

So, that sentence should probably read, "She loathes incorrigible evil, fiends, traitors, and those who abuse good in the name of “greater” good."

I'll check in with James on Monday to make sure that usage of "spawn" wasn't intentional in the original article.

Ah, thank you!

prays in gratitude

...towards the back of the temple


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Rysky wrote:
Liath Samathran wrote:
I must confess I regret that the text about Iomedae loathing "fiend-spawn" remains uncomfortably open as to what qualifies for that term. :(

She's just so uptight that's how she ends up pronouncing love.

Brought to you in part by The Iomedae Tsundere Coalition.

Lets not forget the event in Wrath 5~ SPOILERS!


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I hate to sound like a cheapskate, but the price of the PDF is a bit of a put-off. $27.99 is a bit much for a PDF. The book is selling on Amazon* for $28.06. Paizo is one of the few larger companies that treats their customers well. The price on this PDF feels like a departure from the normal treatment.

*Release date on Amazon is May 13.


Patrick McGrath wrote:

I hate to sound like a cheapskate, but the price of the PDF is a bit of a put-off. $27.99 is a bit much for a PDF. The book is selling on Amazon* for $28.06. Paizo is one of the few larger companies that treats their customers well. The price on this PDF feels like a departure from the normal treatment.

*Release date on Amazon is May 13.

As has been mentioned before in this thread, the cheaper pdfs are only for the core line of rulebooks and the Inner Sea World Guide (since it's kind of the primary source of setting info). The pricing on this follows the same pricing structure as the rest of the Campaign Setting books, it just costs more as it's hardcover. Same thing happened with Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition.


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I was going to buy this book, but the reviews suggest otherwise. I think I should spend the money on getting my love back.

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Jessica Price wrote:

Huh, I went through the Iomedae article during development, and looks like that sentence got imported unchanged from the original article in Council of Thieves. Sorry about that -- I really should have made sure to clarify.

My understanding (of course, James can confirm or correct), is that while Iomedae doesn't have the same focus on redemption as Sarenrae (who, I think, is pretty delighted whenever anyone whose heritage or other factors predisposes them toward evil decides to serve her or other good deities), that doesn't mean that she doesn't believe in it.

As there's been more tiefling material, "spawn" has come to have a more precise meaning (the oni-spawn, etc. tiefling subtypes in Blood of Fiends), whereas I suspect that, back in 2009, it was a badass-sounding way to say "fiends and similar creatures."

I can't imagine that Iomedae would reject a tiefling paladin.

So, that sentence should probably read, "She loathes incorrigible evil, fiends, traitors, and those who abuse good in the name of “greater” good."

I'll check in with James on Monday to make sure that usage of "spawn" wasn't intentional in the original article.

She would absolutely not reject a tiefling paladin.

And yeah, I suspect that the original use of the word "spawn" was just flavor meant to refer to fiends in general.

It's not meant to mean that she is intolerant of all tieflings at all, but neither should one assume that tiefling worshipers of Iomedae are common. They aren't. They do exist though.

And remember, in pretty much ALL CASES where we present something about a religion or organization or race that approaches hyperbole, that's usually meant to refer to NPCs. PCs break rules. That's part of what makes them, in-world, unique characters.


It's kind of crazy that, due to her having her Demonic Obedience listed in Book of the Damned 2, you know have four unique options if you want to play a prestige class devoted to Lamashtu: Demoniac, Sentinel, Evangelist, and Exalted. Four different paths a cultist can take to serve the same horrifying patron.

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Axial wrote:
It's kind of crazy that, due to her having her Demonic Obedience listed in Book of the Damned 2, you know have four unique options if you want to play a prestige class devoted to Lamashtu: Demoniac, Sentinel, Evangelist, and Exalted. Four different paths a cultist can take to serve the same horrifying patron.

One of the many perks of being the Goddess of Demons, one can assume.

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Im trying to picture an Evangelist of Lamashtu. I cant seem to do it.


What are the prerequisites for Exalted?


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Matthew Pittard wrote:
Im trying to picture an Evangelist of Lamashtu. I cant seem to do it.

Imagine a very pregnant gnoll screaming at the top of her lungs, that's about what you'd get.


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I'll bet Manu Baba knew all about fiend spawns and Iomedae. Guy wrote a thorough review, you just know HE knew the answer. Well, if he wasn't busy getting someones love back anyway. After all, he promised.....


Axial wrote:
It's kind of crazy that, due to her having her Demonic Obedience listed in Book of the Damned 2, you know have four unique options if you want to play a prestige class devoted to Lamashtu: Demoniac, Sentinel, Evangelist, and Exalted. Four different paths a cultist can take to serve the same horrifying patron.

Now I want to write up a full adventuring party of Lamashtites.


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137ben wrote:
What are the prerequisites for Exalted?

Alignment: Same as chosen deity.

Deity: Must worship a single specific deity.
Feats: Deific Obedience, Skill Focus: Knowledge(Religion).
Skills: Diplomacy 5 Ranks, Knowledge(Religion) 5 Ranks.
Spells: Must be able to cast 3rd level divine spells.


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Can't April 30th come any faster? I have to wait for the PDF to be available.


Steven "Troll" O'Neal wrote:
Matthew Pittard wrote:
Im trying to picture an Evangelist of Lamashtu. I cant seem to do it.
Imagine a very pregnant gnoll screaming at the top of her lungs, that's about what you'd get.

Nah. She wouldn't have the breath in late pregnancy. Actually giving birth though, expect a stream of invective that would make a sailor blush.


Steven "Troll" O'Neal wrote:
Matthew Pittard wrote:
Im trying to picture an Evangelist of Lamashtu. I cant seem to do it.
Imagine a very pregnant gnoll screaming at the top of her lungs, that's about what you'd get.

Right - just watch Daytime television, you'll get the idea.

Also, not a prestige class, but the original Lamashtu article has the "Ashvawg Tamer" druid alternate class.


Are their Deific Obedience for gods outside of the core gods ?
Like Groetus for example ???


What's the Spawn Calling spell like? Apparently it has a mythic upgrade as well?


Asked this earlier...but it got lost in the potion discussion.

Does the Evangelist look like a good way to represent a Wizard/Priest of a god of magic (Nethys/Lissala) ???

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