Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5 (OGL)

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Beyond the veil!

Creatures strange beyond imagining and more terrifying than any nightmare lurk in the dark corners of the world and the weird realms beyond. Within this book, you'll find hundreds of monsters for use in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Face off against devils and dragons, deep ones and brain moles, robots and gremlins, and myriad other menaces! Yet not every creature needs to be an enemy, as whimsical liminal sprites, helpful moon dogs, and regal seilenoi all stand ready to aid you on your quests—if you prove yourself worthy.

Pathfinder RPG Bestiary 5 is the fifth indispensable volume of monsters for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and serves as a companion to the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook and Pathfinder RPG 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 a new era.

Pathfinder RPG Bestiary 5 includes:

  • More than 300 different monsters.
  • New player-friendly races like caligni dark folk, deep one hybrids, plant-bodied ghorans, and simian orang-pendaks.
  • Psychic creatures both benevolent and terrifying, from the enigmatic anunnaki and faceless astomoi to the howling caller in darkness and insidious, alien grays.
  • New familiars, animal companions, and other allies, such as clockwork familiars, red pandas, and many-legged wollipeds.
  • 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: 978-1-60125-792-5

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Expanding the realms of the possible.

5/5

I want to briefly add my voice to those expressing immense satisfaction with this Bestiary.

To me, one of the key factors separating Paizo's Bestiaries from vintage Monster Manuals is the breadth and range of species represented. Not simply a compendium of monsters, the 5th Bestiary does a particularly good job of covering a range of Neutral and Good beings, who might serve as compatriots or guides or influences on players over the course of an adventure.

Beings such as Androids, Anunnaki, Gray Goo, and Rhu-Chalik commit to the flexibility and range which Pathfinder has steadily earned, bringing the possibility of futuristic and speculative tales to the table.

New and old inclusions such as the Firbolg, the Grim Reaper, Manasaputra, and the Gray demonstrate Pathfinder's inclusion of a wide range of traditional influences.

Creatures such as the Deep Ones and Leng Ghoul (Lovecraft) and the Esoteric Dragons bring the possibilities further into the unknown.

Such efforts, along with recent supplements such as Occult Adventures and campaigns like Iron Gods, show Pathfinder to be a system just hitting its stride.

Still reaching into unknown areas, Paizo is not afraid to stretch its lore into areas carved out for speculative fiction and weird fiction. This is an important investment in the longevity of Pathfinder and the OGL effort it embodies, and the 5th Bestiary is an excellent example of this reach.


Never Enough Monster Books!

5/5

There can never be enough Bestiaries for me, I always hated the fact that D&D never went past a 4th or 5th monster manual, and I’m really, REALLY happy to see Pathfinder reaching the 5th with still so much passion and heartfire for more monster books left!

The best thing of Paizo is that they really listen to our wishes, takes this book, last time I checked I wished for Cherufe, Karkadann, Therizinosaurus, Assassin Bugs, Xiao, Scitalis, Cervinal, Ahool, Mngwa, Akaname, Amarok and MANY others, and look how much of it made it into this book. Awesome!
Even my first wish I made on these message boards has made it into this book, the Plankta, which is a monster based on the Wandering Rocks or Planctae.

Of course there are bad things and good things, let me make a list of my personal thoughts after reading all of it.

+ Awesome collection of monsters for any adventure, of every CR, of any time.

+ Lots of mythology monsters that nobody ever heard of (well I asked for most of those, but most people don’t come further than knowing their dragons and minotaurs) which are really interesting too meet!

+ Monsters taken from movies or inspired by movies and similar stuff. Think of King Kong, Flubber and some SF movies.

+ Some left-over monsters from D&D that still needed to be paizonaized, think of Brain Moles (which got so much cooler and even got an upgrade) and Caller in Darkness.

+ Lots of strange, bizarre and awesome abilities never seen before.

+ 2 new outsider groups, one of which is so creepy and awesome, it instantly made me love them more than some outsider groups we already had.

+ A good mix of evil, neutral and good creatures.

+ AWESOME and beautiful artwork, which is always true for pathfinder books.

Now for the things I think they could have done better.

- Too much re-used artwork from AP monsters, I don’t mind Adventure Path-Bestiary monsters being re-used for this book, but new artwork for such creatures would be welcome, so people that also bought the AP get at least some new eyecandy for the creature.

- Some creatures (like the Aerial Servant) could have been replaced by less similar creatures, I mean we already have Air Elementals and Invisible Stalkers, we don’t need this D&D creature at all, they could have better add the strange and unique Digester, Arrowhawk or Ravid.

- Some outsider groups again didn't get new members, like the Div and Proteans.

This following thing is my opinion, you could judge the creatures entirely differently:

My favorite monsters in the book: Aatheriexa / Aeon, Othaos / Agathion, Cervinal / Ahkhat / Akaname / Amarok / Angel, Empyrean / Apallie / Assassin Bugs / Brain Mole Monarch / Caller in Darkness / Cerynitis / Cuero / Death Coach / Therizinosaurus / Nightmare Dragon / Echeneis / Encantado / Fastachee / Gegenees / Gray / Both Gremlins / Grim Reaper / Heikegani / Isonade / Karkadann / Kawa Akago / Kikimora / Peuchen / Plankta / Polong / Pyrausta / Sahkil (all) / Saxra / Scitalis / Sha / Shen / Giant Mantis Shrimp / Su / Tiyanak / Tizheruk / Tsukumogami / Ursikka / Wizard’s Shackle / Wyrmwraith / Xiao

My favorite creatures in the book are Vilderavn, Mngwa, Ostovite, Bone Ship, Cherufe and Papinijuwari.

My least favorite creature is the Putrid Ooze, mostly because I think having 3 black oozes into one bestiary is too much, and the Putrid Ooze adds nothing in my eyes. Also the Ants and Frogs in the book are not really inspired and just add size instead of strange abilities or appearances they could have. And I already said what I think about the Aerial Servant.

Overal this book gets a 5 star ranking from me because Paizo always manages to bring me my addiction in the form of an awesome book full of useable terrors and friendly faces that can enhance any game or just feast your eyes on the awesome artwork and fluff in the book.
I hope to see lots and lots more Bestiaries coming to us in the future, as only Paizo can make every new Bestiary something completely new and awesome. Keep them coming!


5/5

This bestiary has a great range of monsters; from original creatures, Egyptian, Indonesian, Inuit, Japanese, European, Sci-Fi, Greek, Abrahamic, Horror movies, Mesopotamian, Sumerian, and Irish origins in just the A's alone. This is something I love in bestiaries. It allows me to run so many more environments without having to resort to repeating the same creatures in every country.

Before I got this book, I was worried that it would just be high level creatures (a vibe I was getting from previous bestiaries increasing focus on higher levels), but most creatures are below 10 CR with the higher CR creatures nearly all having a level of prestige.

Outsiders are one of the things I focused on when I read this as my campaigns nearly always have a planar element. The aeons were interesting and actually got me thinking about potential plothooks. The angels now have Empyrean's, which seem ridiculously badass in mechanics, flavour and art (though Heed No Call seems like a minor editting issue, as some creatures further into the book simply have Calling in the immunity section). Archons are minimal as a result of copyfitting, but they are still rather cool with things like a Social Justice Archon. The (Y)azata are flavourful, though I would prefer if the gancanagh was more sexual. The devils are cool (love the apostate). Manasuptra are cool and I like their subjective form, though I'm not sure how I feel about the twilight's flavour. Sahkil are amazing and there is a lot of potential with this creepy faction, my players will likely regret the next time they cast See Invisibility.

Other highlights include the Shabti, Tulpa, Astomoi, Vilderavn, Boneship, Tsukumogami, and Fext.


What we've come to expect from late-instalment bestiaries

2/5

When the Pathfinder Core Rulebook first hit the shelves, I fell head over heels in love with it. As it's grown, and become more prominent in RPG spotlight, I've developed a love-hate relationship with it, and this book does nothing to change that.

Let's start with the good. The monsters presented have a solid mix of CRs - in particular I think some of it's low-CR creatures offer some spice to the opposition for fledgling adventurers. There are some mythic monsters here too, most of them on the higher end of the CR spectrum, so GMs will have a few new challenges to toss at the more seasoned characters as well. This book also adds a handful of outsiders to those that haven't received a lot of love, like Divs, Aeons, and Demodands, though several of these are reprints from APs. I don't buy every AP, though, so I'm not complaining. There are a couple of real gems in here, like the Empyrean Angels or the supremely cool Sahkil - a variety of rogue psychopomps.

And now the bad. It's really just one thing, but, for me, it's pretty glaring, and exactly why my love of Pathfinder has been slowly but steadily dwindling. Despite the few gems, most of the new monsters just come off as really uninspired. Paizo continues pulling creatures out of myth and pop culture, but we're seeing some really superficial interpretations of those myths, and we're starting to rip monsters straight out of recent films like Prometheus. I understand the appeal of some of these creatures, but this one was so similar to its source material that it just felt lazy and unoriginal. By and large, this book is filled with creatures that don't seem to bring anything new to the table, and in some cases fill roles within a game that are entirely redundant with monsters that we've already got. Looking through the monsters, I just found myself wondering if there was really a need for this book. It felt like someone said "We have a new bestiary coming out, we need to come up with monsters to fill it with," as opposed to Paizo's books of five years prior, which felt more like "We've still got a ton of cool monsters! We need a book for them!"

All told, the book has some value, but definitely not a $45 one. The good stuff is probably good enough to warrant getting the pdf, but I wouldn't get the hardback


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Has the name of the 0HD sasquatch-like race been revealed?

Can you say how many 0HD races are in this book?


At the Future of Paizo pane a race of corrupted NE psychopomps were mentioned. Are they pro or anti undead?


Dragon78 wrote:
Has the name of the 0HD sasquatch-like race been revealed?

My guess is its going to be something Arcadian related: maybe Sas'qets or Skookum or Tsul'Kalu.

Or maybe Hibagon or Yeren? (Tian?)

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Dragon78 wrote:

I am disappointed to hear that the brain mole isn't the brain mole:(

Does one of those CR 20 plant creatures break into musical numbers before it eats it's victim:)

There's a middle ground between what I said and the brain mole not being the brain mole.

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Dragon78 wrote:
Can you say how many 0HD races are in this book?

We certainly could. ;)

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Axial wrote:
At the Future of Paizo pane a race of corrupted NE psychopomps were mentioned. Are they pro or anti undead?

There will be plenty more details on the sahkil down the road.

Adam Daigle and I have put a lot of thought into these guys and rest assured, they're going to be twisted.


F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Axial wrote:
At the Future of Paizo pane a race of corrupted NE psychopomps were mentioned. Are they pro or anti undead?

There will be plenty more details on the sahkil down the road.

Adam Daigle and I have put a lot of thought into these guys and rest assured, they're going to be twisted.

Are the sahkil a new race of evil outsiders?

Are there any other new races of evil outsiders?

Will there be any new races Lawful neutral/Neutral/Chaotic neutral outsiders?

Will there be any new races Lawful Good/Neutral Good/Chaotic Good outsiders?


Mark Seifter wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
I am disappointed to hear that the brain mole isn't the brain mole:(

I'll tell you what Stephen told the freelancers when they asked "Should we use other OGL versions for monsters or just make up something new?"; his answer was always "Use whatever combination makes the best monster."

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Does one of those CR 20 plant creatures break into musical numbers before it eats it's victim:)
You'll have to find out! At least one of them can pretty much end an entire city...

Please don't be the mythological Jidra, I hope it's not that high in CR, at least below 20.

And I for one are extremely happy to learn the brain mole isn't the silly creature from D&D, but something new or advanced.


F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Axial wrote:
At the Future of Paizo pane a race of corrupted NE psychopomps were mentioned. Are they pro or anti undead?

There will be plenty more details on the sahkil down the road.

Adam Daigle and I have put a lot of thought into these guys and rest assured, they're going to be twisted.

Are the Sahkil all from mythology? or made up entirely?


F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Myth Lord wrote:

Really curious how much of my biggest wishes this book contains.

** spoiler omitted **

Really hope it are more than in Bestiary 4 who had: Abaia / Almiraj / Alp-Luachra / Buggane / Erlking / Fossegrim / Harionago / Hyakume / Karkinoi / Lampad / Leanan Sidhe / Soulsliver / Cactus-folk / Tikbalang / Tooth Fairy / Other-art for Vouivre from my wishlist.

Also hope on 4 interesting Dinosaurs (therizinosaurus with art) and some megafauna!

Also hope the Raiju, Ammut and Sha (Set Animal) make it from the AP bestiaries.

REJOICE! Monsters from this list do appear in Bestiary 5.

I do hope you were talking about the spoiler list, not about the AP-monsters or the dinosaur/megafauna :-p


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Mark Seifter wrote:
Guess how many CR 20 plants are in the book, Bestiary fans?

We're finally getting the Mean Green Mothers From Outer Space? AWESOME!


1)So what part of Golarion is the sasquatch-like race from?

2)Will there be any proteans or inevitables?

3)Will the sasquatch-like race and dakfolk race be the only new(not a reprint) 0HD races?

4)Will there be any creatures from the positive energy plane?

5)Will there be any oni, azura, rakshasa, or qlippoths?


Dragon78 wrote:

1)So what part of Golarion is the sasquatch-like race from?

Mysterious monsters revisited, in their section on Sasquatch, specifically call out a reclusive "half Sasquatch" race as being present in Arcadia. So I am guessing these are the same guys as the new 0HD race.


My favorite mythology monsters that warp the mind with psychic attacks are the japanese Satori and the Scottish Fear Liath, hope they are in these pages somewhere.


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xavier c wrote:
Are the sahkil a new race of evil outsiders?

From Wes' post, it appears the Sahkil are the name for the corrupted psychopomps (so not a new race, per se).

MMCJawa wrote:
Mysterious monsters revisited, in their section on Sasquatch, specifically call out a reclusive "half Sasquatch" race as being present in Arcadia. So I am guessing these are the same guys as the new 0HD race.

Good catch!

Maybe they're called Half-Quatches. :D

(Which means, when and if we get an Arcadia supplement, we've got these races at least that are known there: Human, Skinwalker, Halfquatch, and Syrinx.)

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"Well, I REALLY don't need another Bestiary, unless it happened to contain a large number of monsters/monster-types that would be really useful for the d20 Modern revision I'm eternally working on...."

*product description lists a large number of monsters/monster-types that would be really useful for the d20 Modern revision she's eternally working on*

DAMMIT!!!!!! *keeps subscription going, forks all spare money to Paizo*

But I bet my grays are better.

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Cthulhudrew wrote:
xavier c wrote:
Are the sahkil a new race of evil outsiders?
From Wes' post, it appears the Sahkil are the name for the corrupted psychopomps (so not a new race, per se).

Sahkil are a new race of outsiders. They are "corrupted psycopomps" in the same way that divs are "corrupted genies." Sahkil have their own subtype.

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Myth Lord wrote:
Are the Sahkil all from mythology? or made up entirely?

Somewhere in between. Adam Daigle's done his homework on these guys, but we're also both pretty twisted.

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xavier c wrote:
F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Axial wrote:
At the Future of Paizo pane a race of corrupted NE psychopomps were mentioned. Are they pro or anti undead?

There will be plenty more details on the sahkil down the road.

Adam Daigle and I have put a lot of thought into these guys and rest assured, they're going to be twisted.

Are the sahkil a new race of evil outsiders?

Are there any other new races of evil outsiders?

Will there be any new races Lawful neutral/Neutral/Chaotic neutral outsiders?

Will there be any new races Lawful Good/Neutral Good/Chaotic Good outsiders?

I'm sure all of these questions will have answers closer to the book's release. But you certainly didn't miss the answers at Paizocon.

Editor-in-Chief

Dragon78 wrote:

1)So what part of Golarion is the sasquatch-like race from?

2)Will there be any proteans or inevitables?

3)Will the sasquatch-like race and dakfolk race be the only new(not a reprint) 0HD races?

4)Will there be any creatures from the positive energy plane?

5)Will there be any oni, azura, rakshasa, or qlippoths?

Same as above. You haven't missed the answers to any of these from Paizocon.

Dark Archive

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Adam Daigle wrote:
Cthulhudrew wrote:
xavier c wrote:
Are the sahkil a new race of evil outsiders?
From Wes' post, it appears the Sahkil are the name for the corrupted psychopomps (so not a new race, per se).
Sahkil are a new race of outsiders. They are "corrupted psycopomps" in the same way that divs are "corrupted genies." Sahkil have their own subtype.

'Fallen' psychopomps? Color me interested!


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Considering I do not like psychopomps, I have no interest in the Sahkil, like this game needs another evil outsider group. Now those Manasaputra guys sound interesting, we could use another good outsider group though CN, LN, and N(non-psychopomps) outsiders are so unloved.

Any info you can give about this book that nobody has asked yet?


Well i'm actually quite happy that a group of mythology (probably if I can riddle out Wesley's reply) evil outsiders has joined the fray.

Much better than another group of beautiful people with wings.

The only new Angels that would make me happy are Cupid and Anteros (evil or chaotic neutral angel)

Sovereign Court

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I do find it interesting that the sakhil are appearing right around the same time as an AP article on Mahathallah, fallen psychopomp. ^_^


Good catch, that! If, indeed, it is the case!^^

Carry on!

--C.


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Really glad to hear about a playable "Dark Folk" race. I'm honestly surprised we haven't got one before now. (I did make my own with the Advanced Race Guide, but the more the merrier!)


I am just glad we are getting some new 0HD races especially since B4 didn't have any new ones at all.


Dragon78 wrote:
I am just glad we are getting some new 0HD races especially since B4 didn't have any new ones at all.

Yeah, that was the one thing about B4, I was disappointed with. Otherwise, it's my favorite of the four so far.

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Mark Seifter wrote:
Quote:
Does one of those CR 20 plant creatures break into musical numbers before it eats it's victim:)
You'll have to find out! At least one of them can pretty much end an entire city...

Really looking forward to Chia Godzilla, you guys.


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Joe Wells wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
Quote:
Does one of those CR 20 plant creatures break into musical numbers before it eats it's victim:)
You'll have to find out! At least one of them can pretty much end an entire city...
Really looking forward to Chia Godzilla, you guys.

its name is biollante


F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
nighttree wrote:
PLAYABLE DARKFOLK ? YYYEEEEEESSSSSssssssssssss
Exactly my sentiment, that's why I wrote them. ;)

Please tell me you will have a choice of playing medium or small ???

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Psiphyre wrote:

Good catch, that! If, indeed, it is the case!^^

Carry on!

--C.

By way of reference. ^_^


Biollante is awesome, speaking of that, it would cool to get a plant based Kaiju though don't remember any of the listed Kaiju being a plant.

I can't wait to see these CR20+ fey and plant creatures.

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Hey guys,

any chance that since robots will be in B5, we'll finally get some explicit in-print clarifications regarding hardness/vulnerability interaction on creatures? Does vulnerability negate hardness? If it doesn't, which one gets applied first? I know some of these questions have been answered on messageboards but it would be really good to have this stuff in print/on the PRD.

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Since there are deep ones involved, any chance for some more spawn of Shub-Niggurath?


I myself have vulnerabilities ignore hardness but yeah an in print clarification would be nice.

So what AP made the cut off for reprinted monsters in this book?


So we can expect...

-5 Esoteric Dragons(Dream, Nightmare, ?,?,?)
-Grays
-Annunaki
-Robots
-Mutants
-Darkfolk 0HD race
-Sasquatch-like 0HD race
-Angels
-Devils
-Demodands
-Manasaputra
-Sahkil
-Hsingo(Flying Monkeys)
-Fastachee
-Deep Ones
-Leshy(Lotus, ?)
-Brain Mole
-Thought Eater
-Caller in Darkness
-Wood Colossus
-Aerial Servant
-Grim Reaper


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I also really hope the Grim Reaper gets more appropriate art. The art in the AP where it appeared didn't look like a Grim Reaper so much as Solomon Grundy.


I agree, the art for the Grim Reaper didn't fit at all.


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To me the art for Grim Reaper, Springheeled Jack (too bad didn't change in bestiary) and the Azi Dragons are the worst artwork i've seen in the entire pathfinder series, and i've seen a lot.

The art isn't only not my style, its just weird, doesn't suit with the other artwork.


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Myth Lord wrote:

I'm guessing this book will show robots, aliens and some devil lord on the cover

Robots because they sell.

Aliens because they sell.

Incorrect. Because people so happen to like including sci-fi themes in their fantasy. If you're going to distill the reasoning of including certain elements on covers as "because it sells", you might as well apply that to ALL covers Paizo has done.


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The Sahkil sound cool. Wondering what there deal is. And to Mr. Schneider are there going to be normal psychopomps in Bestiary 5? They and the proteans are my favorite outsider races.


I'm in.


We have not even seen the final cover yet so we do not know what will be on the cover yet. It could be aliens, robots, psychic/occult monsters, or something completely different.


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The NPC wrote:
Yes, but will B5 have Shadows and Vorlons?

I think Shadows were in B1.

Vorlons won't appear because of the paradox involving B4 -- since I have a copy of it on my bookshelf, it obviously didn't disappear into the ancient past like it was supposed to.

This is typical of the mess that is life in the Age of Lost Omens. ;)

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Dragon78 wrote:

So we can expect...

-Annunaki

Wait, what? Where are you getting this inclusion? I didn't read that in the thread.... >.>


The blog from Tuesday showed them, they are aliens.


Was there recently a show in America about Annunaki or aliens or something?

Why everybody knows about them except for Myth Lord here? (And I know many myths)

Must be a show in America recently.

Sovereign Court

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I believe there is a show on the (increasingly misnamed) History Channel. Something about ancient aliens.

It's usually associated with this image. ^_^

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Myth Lord wrote:

Was there recently a show in America about Annunaki or aliens or something?

Why everybody knows about them except for Myth Lord here? (And I know many myths)

Must be a show in America recently.

Thats because annunaki is pretty much THE ancient alien conspiracy myth name.

Heck, if you google it, name actually comes from the group of mesopotamian deities. Ancient alien conspiracy is all about how gods were actually aliens <_<

Its so common term that lot of pop culture fiction use it for unrelated stuff. Like, Conduit 2(obscure two games fps series on Wii. About conspiracy too) has them.

The reason you probably haven't heard of it is because you haven't been bored enough to read UFO or conspiracy theories. Otherwise you would have heard of them eventually since like I said, its basically default ancient astronauts theory.

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