Pathfinder—Origins #5: Harsk (Limited Edition Cover—Faras)

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Story by F. Wesley Schneider
Art by Tom Garcia

When Harsk the dwarven ranger visits Sandpoint, he finds a town in turmoil, beset by pranks and whimsical accidents caused by vengeful fey creatures. Teaming up with local heroes like the druid Lini, Harsk must discover the grim cause of the town's troubles before the mischief turns deadly. A tale of wild creatures and fairy magic from Pathfinder Editor-in-Chief F. Wesley Schneider (Pathfinder: Goblins!) with art by rising star Tom Garcia (Mercy Thompson, Hellraiser)! Contains pull-out poster map and official Pathfinder RPG bonus encounter! Contains pull-out poster map and official Pathfinder Roleplaying Game bonus encounter!

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Whoa! Is that a Dryad or a Nymph fighting beside Lini?


I can't wait till tomorrow!


The book is titled 'Harsk' but on the cover I see Lini, Droogami and a topless red-head chick.

Not sure what to think of that. XD

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Good story in this one. Really hope to see Lini in the comics again soon.

(Oh one thing I noticed there diddent seem to be any encounter or bonus material with this one has that all been removed or are just unique to the version I got ((Digital from comixcology))


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(Oh one thing I noticed there diddent seem to be any encounter or bonus material with this one has that all been removed or are just unique to the version I got ((Digital from comixcology))

Wait, they give out an adventure in each comic based on adventures the iconics have IN THE COMIC ITSELF? o_O

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Kevin Mack wrote:

Good story in this one. Really hope to see Lini in the comics again soon.

(Oh one thing I noticed there diddent seem to be any encounter or bonus material with this one has that all been removed or are just unique to the version I got ((Digital from comixcology))

Glad you dug it!

There is an adventure encounter in this—a redcap romp called "Root Root." (Along with an article on more dangers around Sandpoint.) I can't speak to what Comixology might omit, though.

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Berselius wrote:
Whoa! Is that a Dryad or a Nymph fighting beside Lini?
FiddlersGreen wrote:

The book is titled 'Harsk' but on the cover I see Lini, Droogami and a topless red-head chick.

Not sure what to think of that. XD

I answer both of those questions with helpful visual aides (and a bit of a preview) right over here.

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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Kevin Mack wrote:

Good story in this one. Really hope to see Lini in the comics again soon.

(Oh one thing I noticed there diddent seem to be any encounter or bonus material with this one has that all been removed or are just unique to the version I got ((Digital from comixcology))

Glad you dug it!

There is an adventure encounter in this—a redcap romp called "Root Root." (Along with an article on more dangers around Sandpoint.) I can't speak to what Comixology might omit, though.

Huh seems comixology have been taking them out and replacing with exclusive content (Being black and white drawings of the images) Frankly would rather have the encounter and details

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Kevin Mack wrote:
F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Kevin Mack wrote:

Good story in this one. Really hope to see Lini in the comics again soon.

(Oh one thing I noticed there diddent seem to be any encounter or bonus material with this one has that all been removed or are just unique to the version I got ((Digital from comixcology))

Glad you dug it!

There is an adventure encounter in this—a redcap romp called "Root Root." (Along with an article on more dangers around Sandpoint.) I can't speak to what Comixology might omit, though.

Huh seems comixology have been taking them out and replacing with exclusive content (Being black and white drawings of the images) Frankly would rather have the encounter and details

Which is strange, considering previous issues had the encounters as well as the extra content.


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I answer both of those questions with helpful visual aides (and a bit of a preview) right over here.

Doesn't your "answer" to the Dryad question go against Pathfinder canon when it comes to the Dryad species? I might be wrong but I don't recall ANY MENTION of "male" Dryads in any Pathfinder supplement. From what I'm aware they've pretty much been universally portrayed as female (and personally I don't see anything wrong with that).

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Berselius wrote:
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I answer both of those questions with helpful visual aides (and a bit of a preview) right over here.
Doesn't your "answer" to the Dryad question go against Pathfinder canon when it comes to the Dryad species? I might be wrong but I don't recall ANY MENTION of "male" Dryads in any Pathfinder supplement. From what I'm aware they've pretty much been universally portrayed as female (and personally I don't see anything wrong with that).

I wouldn't worry about that too much. The tiefling write-up says nothing about numerous bloodlines with specific abilities. The Bestiary's description of hags says nothing about changelings. The word "psychopomp" doesn't even appear in the first Pathfinder Campaign Setting hardcover. Our canon will always be an expanding, evolving thing. I hope no one expects us to say all that's to be said about anything in the first word, paragraph, article, or book about at topic.

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