Planetary Heroes (PFRPG)

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Eight amazing pregenerated characters ready to explore new worlds!

Planetary Heroes is our latest set of 8 fully fleshed-out, ready-to-play pregenerated characters, created specifically to shine in the Legendary Planet Adventure Path. Featuring classic races and classes, as well as characters using the brand-new playable races in the Legendary Planet Player's Guide, these characters make ideal allies, rivals, cohorts, contacts, or even replacement PCs for any campaign roving into worlds not their own! Authors Neil Spicer and Jeff Provine proudly present:

  • Spinser Zayne, auttaine fighter/gunslinger
  • Floreisley Avergreen, chlorvian sorcerer
  • Kanor Delfina, tretharri cleric of Nimsharu
  • Girrun Snik, zvarr rogue
  • Rhydis Kolmainsus, human bloodrager
  • Tialua Re'Duoth, elf oracle of life
  • Kato Njalembe, human psychic
  • and last but not least, the devious but brilliant Omik "The Clever" Jetruk, dwarf alchemist (chirurgeon)/gunslinger (musket master)

Built using the 20-point-buy method and with scaling notes for 15-point builds, these characters are not just piles of statistics. Each one is as much about story as combat, with robust links built in to each other as well as to the Legendary Planet Adventure Path, though every one easily stands on its own in any setting where heroes hail from far-flung worlds or face foes bringing doom from the falling skies. The crunch for every character more than measures up to its incredible flavor text, though, and when it’s time to throw down in combat none of these Planetary Heroes will be stepping to the sidelines.

Each character includes a detailed backstory, roleplaying tips, special equipment, and links to the published campaign, including a campaign trait selection from the Legendary Planet Adventure Path player’s guide. Each also lists detailed level advancement information for their first few levels, with further suggestions for developing the character's long-term mechanical build. We haven't even mentioned the fantastic character portraits courtesy or the included foldable paper miniatures for every character!

If you are looking for terrific characters where sci-fi meets fantasy, get this 36-page product today and Make Your Game Legendary!

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This collection of pregens for Legendary Games' Legendary Planet AP clocks in at 36 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page inside of front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD, 1 page ToC, 2 pages of introduction/how to use, 2 pages of advertisement, 1 page inside of back cover, 1 page back cover, leaving us with 25 pages of content, so let's take a look at these pregens!

Wait, before we do, let us make one thing clear: The characters presented herein are pretty much in line with the Player's Guide - this means that the awesome fish-out-of-water-style alternate introduction championed in the optional prequel "The Assimilation Strain" is not considered to be the default for these guys...just so you know. This also means that the characters herein will begin play at 2nd level. From a formal point of view, the characters herein would be 20 pt.-buy characters, though each of the entries does provide scaling information for those of us who, like yours truly, prefer the grit and increased challenge of 15 pt.-buy characters.

The characters themselves make, just so you know, use of the material presented in the Legendary Planet Player's Guide. This means that the new races presented are employed in the builds. The pdf also follows the format of Legendary Games' pregens in that it very much has the goal of presenting mechanically-relevant character options that still feature options, skills etc. that make them feel organic. Formatting-wise, each of the characters comes with a one-page full-color artwork supplemented by a quote pertaining the world-view of the respective character. Beyond the statblock, each of the pregens comes with a detailed background story, physical description and personality. Advancement notes are presented as well and considering the mythic nature of the AP, the advancement notes also cover the most likely mythic path to follow. The entries also come with helpful and flavorful roleplaying ideas - so that would be the structural set-up.

But what about the characters? Well, the first would be Spinser Zayne, an auttaine fighter/gunslinger, who has used his construct-y build points for a hidden storage, low-light vision, natural armor and sprinting. Born into a clan of vagabonding smugglers and turned into a powerful gladiator, he is defined by his need for survival, for maintaining his existence. His build is pretty open and the presence of Disable Device among his class skills (via a trait) adds some magic-using capabilities in the future of this guy. Zayne is powerful, but evocative and his disbelief pertaining an afterlife makes for an interesting angle to RP.

Floreisley Avergreen, a chlorvian sorceress with the verdant bloodline, would be next - and her attitude is a far cry from Spinser's pragmatism: Floreisley is an idealist who sees that the world is cruel and full of suffering, yes...but at the same time, she vehemently believes that helping the totality of beings, that supporting everyone and being helpful, will ultimate improve the fate of all. Her infinite optimism and charitable nature makes her a strong candidate for the face of the group, for a leader with a vision that is actually a joy to portray. And yes, I *am* inclined towards playing idealists with a vision, in spite of my cynicism - and I'd play her. Perhaps because her wide-eyed wonder regarding natural beauty and sights and her morals reflect pretty much what I aspire to be.

Kanor Delfina would be a tretharri cleric with the knowledge and healing domains; being tretharri, he has 4-arms and I welcome this series not focusing in the class-choice on making a shredder-type of character, instead focusing on a powerful build, yes, but one that does represent the fact that the race does not consist solely of melee monsters. In fact, he is guided by something I very much can relate to - the true wonder of seeing the stars for the first time; of truly grasping their significance and meaning, the infinite vastness, the infinite possibilities provide a clerical angle that is relatively novel and unconventional.

Girrun Snik would be a zvarr rogue - and is a mathematical prodigy, which also, with his get-rich-quick-schemes, account for his less than reputable past and class choice. As a unique angle, his conviction lies in the belief that the universe is ultimately a game of numbers, stochastic probabilities...and the meta-joke is that he's right. So the one player who likes breaking character, doing the numbers, making observations over the likelihood of the outcome? Yep, this guy is perfect for you...and the angle should actually make that type of behavior more acceptable for the other players! Very cool.

Rhydis Kolmainsus would be a human bloodrager with the draconic bloodline, jagladine experiment #1407, his number forever burned into his shoulder. Once a happy-go-lucky man, the pain and suffering inflicted upon him has changed his very nature, his outlook...but also granted him the means to triumph over the monstrous captors.

Omik "The Clever" Jetruk would be another multiclass option: We have a dwarven alchemist (chirurgeon)/gunslinger (musket master) here. Omik, a foundling of mysterious circumstances, slim and smart, is young for a dwarf - but he does already have some impressive (mis-)adventures under his belt. Equipped with an erratic curiosity, engineering knowledge, capable of driving vehicles and still holding his own in battle, Omik provides a cool option for players that enjoy the versatility that the class combo brings.

Tialua Re'duoth, an elven oracle of life, is somewhat different: As life-affirming as you'd expect someone of her occupation to be, she also makes for another good candidate for the party face/leader role. The theme of the stars and their impact upon our lives similarly establishes the leitmotif of wonder that is present in many of these pregens, though her intense dislike of liars makes for a solid angle to include some righteous anger in an otherwise very positive woman.

Finally, Kato Njalembe would be a human psychic with the rapport discipline. Coming from a quasi-African background, at least regarding the nomenclature, he and his brothers were inseparable...until the fateful day a strange elven client who has taken his a result, he remains with half-finished inside jokes and a lingering sense of sadness as well as a duality of quietude and rambunctious laughter. Well, perhaps he'll one day find his brother...and the reason for his ever expanding psychic powers...

The pdf concludes with a page containing the artworks of the characters as miniature cut-outs.


Editing and formatting are excellent, I noticed no significant glitches. Layout adheres to Legendary Games' 2-column full-color standard for the Legendary Planet-books. The pdf comes fully bookmarked for your convenience. The artworks provided for the pregens are awesome and full-color, though some have been featured before in the Player's guide for the races.

Neil Spicer and Jeff Provine's pregens for Legendary Planet are significantly cooler than I expected them to be, to be quite frank. Their damage output and general strength is well on a line, with none outshining the others as better minmaxed or worse built than their compatriots - the characters, in short, provide a concise array of characters that work well as an adventuring party. More than that, the characters actually feel like...well, characters. Not just accumulations of stats, but actual, fully-rounded people that are more than the sum of their stats and tropes. Now, I've been pretty vocal in the fact that I prefer the fish-out-of-water approach that includes "The Assimilation Strain". In fact, I'm still honestly baffled a bit how the whole prologue-introduction into the AP is handled, with both this and the PG basically ignoring it. So yeah, I'm probably not going to use these, unless some PCs die in "To Worlds Unknown" and if you wish to run the prologue, this will probably not be too useful for you.

That being said, if you do want to dive right in, this is a perfect array of pregens for the AP: Read #1, hand these to your player's and voilà, Sword & Planet action from the get-go! As such, this does its job very well and my final verdict will hence clock in at 5 stars...and though I won't use these probably, I really enjoyed the characters...which is why this also gets my seal of approval.

Endzeitgeist out.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

The Planetary Heroes are here!

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Heck ya! Purchased!

I wonder if people who bought this have thought that they would love to play one of the pre-generates PCs for the Legendary Planet AP (or even another adventure)?

Did anyone particularly liked any of the characters in this product? I'm interested in hearing opinions regarding this product.

CB out.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Me too! Inquiring minds want to know!

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Personally, I have my 2 favourites, Rhydis Kolmainsus & Tialua Re'Duoth, but I'm pretty biased here though, ;)

CB out.

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I am kind of taken with Floreisley Avergreen myself, but I am also biased, =)

Floreisley and Tialua would work great together; their philosophies mesh well. :)

CB out.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

I was happy to include a psychic character in this batch to use the new psychic magic rules, as those will feature in later installments of the Legendary Planet AP!

RPG Superstar 2009, RPG Superstar Judgernaut, Contributor

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this product. We had a lot of fun incorporating ideas and input into their crafting from a special group of backers...some of whom have apparently found their way here. :)

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

The artwork in this really came out great as well. Some of our familiar faces and some new folks too contributing some terrific work.

Neil, I have no idea as to who you are referring to. *coughs, coughs*

Ahem, I do agree that the artwork was great; some of the artwork were super cool even. Certainly makes it easier to help some people with establishing a grasp on understanding the character concept. I usually find that a good visual is a valuable tool in bridging a character concept with immersive roleplaying.

CB out.

RPG Superstar 2009, RPG Superstar Judgernaut, Contributor

If anyone gets an opportunity to peruse (or use) Planetary Heroes, please do post a formal review here on the product. It not only helps others get a sense of the material it contains (and the quality level), but it serves as useful feedback to all of us who work on the pregen PC product line.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Hear hear! We'd love to see what you think of these interplanetary adventurers!

It just occurred to me while reading about Legendary Games' Ultimate Relationships series that it would be cool for the Legendary Planet AP if we could see something like the Ultimate Relationships series. In fact, it could even be tied in to the Planetary Heroes too.

For example, if a GM wants to incorporate any of these Planetary Heroes as NPCs for his/her campaign, why not have boons/perks that could be gained for the PCs who put in the effort to cultivate a relationship with the NPC? I'd buy that (at least as a pdf; books in print are too expensive for me in the long run and I have limited bookshelf space).

I hope to write up a review here about Planetary Heroes soon.


CB out.

RPG Superstar 2009, RPG Superstar Judgernaut, Contributor

That's an interesting idea. Mark has generally been the champion of the Ultimate Relationships product line. I've had no conversations with him about doing a Legendary Planet series for it (whether using NPCs from the AP or the pregens from Planetary Heroes). We've got a LOT on our plate already with trying to get each chapter of the AP published, so I'm not inclined to take on anything more at the moment. Still, if we've got bandwidth as something to include for AP plug-in material, this might make the list, so we'll keep it in mind.

I look forward to the Planetary Heroes review...


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Review posted. First one ever for me as well here on Paizo's website.

Now, if I can only find someone to GM the Legendary Planet AP for me so that I can play as one (or two!) of the pre-generated pcs, ;)


CB out.

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Nice review CB.

Please do more!

RPG Superstar 2009, RPG Superstar Judgernaut, Contributor

Thanks for posting a review, CB. We were thrilled with your input and engagement in the creative process. And I'm glad Omik put a smile on your face. Those multiclass choices were mine, and he was a very fun character to build while envisioning how he'd play at the table during the AP.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Thanks for the review, CB!

It was my pleasure to do the review for Planetary Heroes. I enjoyed the product in its entirety and being involved in the creative process in a small way was a blast! I have always wanted to write something, however small, and have it see print, so in a way you guys helped me fulfill one of my dreams! :) Thanks guys -- keep up the fantastic work that the awesome team at Legendary Games have consistently given to the roleplaying games community.


CB out.

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Reviewed first on, then submitted to Nerdtrek and GMS magazine and posted here, on OBS, amazon, etc.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Might there be a Starfinder version of this book? Mayyyyyyybe :)

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Pawns, Rulebook Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

Kato would be super easy to convert. Mystic all the way.

EDIT: Okay, I'm super-biased about Kato, but taking a closer look, it seems like at least three of the PCs here would convert as mystics of some flavor. Are there plans to use non-core base classes - perhaps the ones being introduced in RGG's Starfarer's Companion?

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Shisumo wrote:

Kato would be super easy to convert. Mystic all the way.

EDIT: Okay, I'm super-biased about Kato, but taking a closer look, it seems like at least three of the PCs here would convert as mystics of some flavor. Are there plans to use non-core base classes - perhaps the ones being introduced in RGG's Starfarer's Companion?

We're still talking with the Starfinder conversion team about which way they'd like to go on that.

Scarab Sages Contributor, RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4, Legendary Games

Aaaand, coming soon for Starfinder - I've just sent off Planetary Heroes (SF) to layout, so it'll be available in November!

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