Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Qadira, Jewel of the East (PFRPG)

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Sprawling along the eastern shore of the Inner Sea lies Qadira, one of the mightiest nations of the region. Itself merely the westernmost tip of the vast Padishah Empire of Kelesh, Qadira has long stood as a bastion of culture and faith for humanity. Great dangers and wondrous opportunities for adventure await within this storied land—those who visit Qadira are well-advised to prepare for their journey!

Inside this book, you'll find:

  • Comprehensive information about the history of the mighty nation of Qadira, its people, their customs, and their faiths.
  • A first look at many elements of the Padishah Empire of Kelesh, including new societies, new faiths, and new organizations from that ancient region.
  • A full map of the nation of Qadira that covers both its civilized regions and its wilderness, revealing never-before-detailed jungles, strange new sites in which to adventure, and the full expanse of the land's beautiful but deadly deserts.
  • A detailed and robust system for finding patrons and working with Qadira's movers and shakers among the nobility and powerful merchant families.
  • Several new monsters, including genie-touched horses, along with a wide range of new player options for characters from Qadira, including archetypes, feats, magic, traits, and much more!

Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Qadira, Jewel of the East is intended for use with the Pathfinder campaign setting, but can be easily adapted to any fantasy world.

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Fantastic!

*****

I love this book! The world and lore are my favorite part of Pathfinder, and Qadira has always been one of my favorite parts of the setting. This book does a great job, and gives me so much that I can use to flesh out my Qadiran characters. Please keep these types of books coming I would love to see something similar to this that deals with Vudra!


Excellent book!

*****

As a lover of geography courses, this book hits all the right notes. Qadira comes across as a real place, with concise but well thought out emphasis put on the factors (cultural/economic/geographic/etc) that make a nation and its peoples what they are. There are also frequent and interesting glimpses of Kelesh and Casmaron, with particular emphasis on how Qadira's status as an Inner Sea nation affects its relationship to the greater empire. Amongst all of this excellent information lie plenty of adventure hooks and rules options to help Qadira come alive during a game. The ashiftah battle witch is a simply written but super flavorful archetype (for real check it out), and the genie-touched horses are a clear fit. The patronage system adds some structure to help you convey what for a GM could be a very important but difficult to navigate aspect of Qadiran culture.

Basically, this book really adds to the Inner Sea and Golarion as a whole. You should buy it!


Perfect Campaign Setting

*****

This product benefits greatly from having a single author instead of being a patchwork quilt with multiple contributors. It's not a boring, "here's a timeline, gazetteer of places, some organizations, then a bestiary" kind of rote by the numbers standard thing. It gives us a lot of flavor stuff, from relationships with other nations, customs, new crunch like patronage subsystems and witch archetypes. In many ways, Qadira reminds me of the old 1e Forgotten Realms box set in that it really gets down to the brass tacks of what life is like in the environment and makes it come alive for me. Jessica Price does a great job here and this product is a very strong argument for more single-author Campaign Setting books.


Great Campaign Book

*****

This a great book that brought Qadira alive for me. I especially loved the patronage system and the witch stuff.


Okay book

***( )( )

The book has some nice fluff to it and expands what little we know of the Keleshite empire and its people, but that's pretty much all the good parts. I was hoping for some good settlement descriptions and notable personalities, city maps and such. The map is needs work and was changed from a previous map of Qadira (new mountains, river, and a forest!).

Now all this could be due to the fact that the Keleshite Empire and Casmaron have not been fleshed out yet. But I see book this as a lost opportunity to do exactly that. Create an anchor for us to go into that continent.

My biggest issue with this is the populations. They're HUGE in comparison to the Avistani nations. You could add up all of Cheliax, Andoran and Taldor and not come up with those numbers. This from a country that is mainly desert. Like how would Zimar ever harass the Qadiran ships when there is a city almost 5 times its size on the opposite banks of the Jalrune river.


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Marco Massoudi wrote:
Jessica Price wrote:
Axial wrote:
How much information is given about the conflict between Qadira and Taldor?
Given that it's one of the factors that makes Qadira different from other satrapies on Kelesh, quite a bit. There's a section on Qadira & Taldor, but it also permeates most of the book.

Will you also write a "Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Taldor" book in the future now that you are freshly familar with it´s southern neighbor or is that something you´d rather not do?

Should the opportunity arise, I will certainly volunteer to do some work on Taldor. :-)


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Jessica Price wrote:
Should the opportunity arise, I will certainly volunteer to do some work on Taldor. :-)

Same here! ^_^


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Can anyone tell me anything more about the solar bloodline?

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Got mine. If you ask me, there could be a horse or two more in the bestiary. Apart from that, I am really loving the book, will write a review at some point!


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Raisse wrote:

One thing I noticed right away: The solar sorcerer bloodline gives searing light (normally 3rd level) as a 1st level spell at level 3.

Also, their 4th level bloodline spell is labeled shield of dawn, is that supposed to be shield of the dawnflower?

Wow! I would cast Searing Light a LOT if I had it as a 1st level spell...though I imagine the damage is a bit reduced?

Sounds like a fantastic bloodline!

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Dragon78 wrote:
Can anyone tell me anything more about the solar bloodline?

It's focused on sorcerers who serve Sarenrae and thus, has lots of fire and healing themes.

It gets access to appropriate spells like daylight and the aforementioned searing light and shield of the dawnflower. Its powers include bonus damage on fire spells, low-light vision, fire resistance, producing a healing fire, and the ability to transform into a being of light.

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Fourshadow wrote:
Raisse wrote:

One thing I noticed right away: The solar sorcerer bloodline gives searing light (normally 3rd level) as a 1st level spell at level 3.

Also, their 4th level bloodline spell is labeled shield of dawn, is that supposed to be shield of the dawnflower?

Wow! I would cast Searing Light a LOT if I had it as a 1st level spell...though I imagine the damage is a bit reduced?

Sounds like a fantastic bloodline!

There are some tradeoffs. For example, I chickened out about playing it last night on Twitch because it doesn't have something like the Elemental bloodline's elemental ray--something that does damage that you can cast a lot at low levels. Your spells per day are all you've got, which can be a bit brutal at low levels.


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What book is the shield of the dawnflower spell found?

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Dragon78 wrote:
What book is the shield of the dawnflower spell found?

The Inner Sea World Guide and Inner Sea Gods.


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I thought it sounded familiar, thanks for the info Jessica.

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Jessica Price wrote:
Fourshadow wrote:
Raisse wrote:

One thing I noticed right away: The solar sorcerer bloodline gives searing light (normally 3rd level) as a 1st level spell at level 3.

Also, their 4th level bloodline spell is labeled shield of dawn, is that supposed to be shield of the dawnflower?

Wow! I would cast Searing Light a LOT if I had it as a 1st level spell...though I imagine the damage is a bit reduced?

Sounds like a fantastic bloodline!
There are some tradeoffs. For example, I chickened out about playing it last night on Twitch because it doesn't have something like the Elemental bloodline's elemental ray--something that does damage that you can cast a lot at low levels. Your spells per day are all you've got, which can be a bit brutal at low levels.

Just gotta go with a good old fashioned crossbow or something for 1st level until you can afford a wand of magic missile or something.

Other than the things I called out, the bloodline looks really nice. Great feats, bloodline spells, arcana. The abilities are good, though the 20th level capstone looks pretty weak compared to pretty much any other capstone, but so few games actually reach that point it probably doesn't matter for most people.

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Jessica Price wrote:
Marco Massoudi wrote:
Jessica Price wrote:
Axial wrote:
How much information is given about the conflict between Qadira and Taldor?
Given that it's one of the factors that makes Qadira different from other satrapies on Kelesh, quite a bit. There's a section on Qadira & Taldor, but it also permeates most of the book.

Will you also write a "Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Taldor" book in the future now that you are freshly familar with it´s southern neighbor or is that something you´d rather not do?

Should the opportunity arise, I will certainly volunteer to do some work on Taldor. :-)

Don't forget the countryside! cities are great, but if you go to France, the main advice is to steer clear from Paris! ;) (or at least don't devote your entire time there, as the countryside is amazing and the people more real and friendly than the jaded Parisians...) I could see the rural folk of Taldor being similar in that way, and decrying the unhealthy ways of the urban nobility (or shall I say, the comfortable bourgeoisie?) :)

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Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
I could see the rural folk of Taldor being similar in that way, and decrying the unhealthy ways of the urban nobility (or shall I say, the comfortable bourgeoisie?) :)

You're getting Taldor confused with Galt, I think. :)

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motteditor wrote:
Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
I could see the rural folk of Taldor being similar in that way, and decrying the unhealthy ways of the urban nobility (or shall I say, the comfortable bourgeoisie?) :)
You're getting Taldor confused with Galt, I think. :)

From a farmer's perspective, all cities are utter madness I think (regardless of country).

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Making my way through my copy now.

Jessica, do I understand the map right that the Northern and Southern Zho Mountains are divided roughly at Shamara? South of Shamara, the mountains belong to the southern chain and north of Shamara to the northern chain? (Excepting the chain east of Rikhist which isn't labeled on the map.)

Re: Ring of Return:
For purposes of teleporting back into Kelesh's borders, would an embassy be considered within Kelesh's borders? Would someone in Varisia be teleported to Qadira or to a Keleshite embassy in Magnimar or Egorian?

Re: Empathic Diplomat:
HOLY CRAP AWESOME. I love things that let you substitute one stat for another as a general rule, and this is a particularly useful example of that. It just makes so much sense that a wise person can be a good diplomat too.

Nice to see a tiny bit on Holomog. Little by little we're getting more on Southern Garund, maybe one day we can finally go there for real.

I like the business relationship and patronage rules.

Really like the more finegrained ethnicities.

Oh, there's even a mini-adventure! Awesome!

The gazetteer section was shorter than I expected, but on a quick glanceover, I think it gives enough on every name on the Qadira map to get a general impression of each, so I think it's sufficiently sized even if it was smaller than I expected.

Overall a very quick glance of the book inclines me toward a five star review. I'll have to give it a more thorough read when I have more time.

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Samy wrote:

Making my way through my copy now.

Jessica, do I understand the map right that the Northern and Southern Zho Mountains are divided roughly at Shamara? South of Shamara, the mountains belong to the southern chain and north of Shamara to the northern chain? (Excepting the chain east of Rikhist which isn't labeled on the map.)

Correct. The separation between the Northern and Southern Zho Mountains is the pass just south of Shamara. And "Northern Zho Mountains" and "Southern Zho Mountains" aren't just the names of the mountain ranges, they're also the names of those regions/administrative districts. So even though Gazbilah isn't in the mountains, it's still part of the Northern Zho Mountains region.

The mountain chain on the eastern border is a separate range, and part of the Maharev and Meraz Desert regions.

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Samy wrote:


Ring of return:
Spoiler:
For purposes of teleporting back into Kelesh's borders, would an embassy be considered within Kelesh's borders? Would someone in Varisia be teleported to Qadira or to a Keleshite embassy in Magnimar or Egorian?

Spoiler:
No--while the embassies are politically part of Kelesh, the purpose of a ring of return is to get you back to safety when wherever you are has gotten too dangerous for Keleshite embassies and diplomats to protect you, which is assumed to be somewhere that's geographically part of Kelesh.
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Samy wrote:
Oh, there's even a mini-adventure! Awesome!

Yeah--the original concept behind that was that there would be a map, a mini-adventure, and a sidebar with information on how to adapt it from being in Al-Bashir to being a lower-level quest in Shadun, a higher-level quest in Koor, or in an occupied and non-ruined neighborhood in Katheer or Qaharid.

But that made it six pages and we only had room for two. :-)

I'd still like to try that somewhere -- the whole "here's a map, and here are three different encounter types you can run on it" thing.

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Jessica Price wrote:
Samy wrote:
Oh, there's even a mini-adventure! Awesome!

Yeah--the original concept behind that was that there would be a map, a mini-adventure, and a sidebar with information on how to adapt it from being in Al-Bashir to being a lower-level quest in Shadun, a higher-level quest in Koor, or in an occupied and non-ruined neighborhood in Katheer or Qaharid.

But that made it six pages and we only had room for two. :-)

I'd still like to try that somewhere -- the whole "here's a map, and here are three different encounter types you can run on it" thing.

>_>

<_<

Most if not all of the Tales I own have maps in them :3


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Do you have to be a worshiper of Sarenrae to have that sorcerer bloodline?

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Jessica Price wrote:
I'd still like to try that somewhere -- the whole "here's a map, and here are three different encounter types you can run on it" thing.

[shameless plug]

Well, I'll let you know how that works out. I started a blog that is just that exact concept over on Know Direction.
[/shameless plug]

Anyway, I think that would be an interesting book. It sounds similar to the Encounter Codex, which I'm still hoping to see sometime in the future!

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donato wrote:
Jessica Price wrote:
I'd still like to try that somewhere -- the whole "here's a map, and here are three different encounter types you can run on it" thing.

[shameless plug]

Well, I'll let you know how that works out. I started a blog that is just that exact concept over on Know Direction.
[/shameless plug]

Anyway, I think that would be an interesting book. It sounds similar to the Encounter Codex, which I'm still hoping to see sometime in the future!

Oooh, sweet, will check it out!

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I'm also holding out hope for Encounter Codex. It's my most looked-forward-to product in a long while. I just hope that it not making it onto the schedule yet just means that it gets more and more lead time to get more and more polished.

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Samy wrote:
I'm also holding out hope for Encounter Codex. It's my most looked-forward-to product in a long while. I just hope that it not making it onto the schedule yet just means that it gets more and more lead time to get more and more polished.

Wes and I did a lot of the concepting for Encounter Codex, which was originally supposed to be an easy product for us, and then we had a bunch of cool ideas, and it turned into a really complicated product, so...

I think it's going to be very cool, and very useful--my section of it was actually enormously tedious to write in parts, which I take as a good sign: that's the stuff I want someone else to do for me when GMing, so I very much want this book.

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And here's a bit more info, and some more Kelish, for those who are interested. :-)


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Jessica Price wrote:
And here's a bit more info, and some more Kelish, for those who are interested. :-)

VERY NICE....I for one love this kind of ethnic treatment.

The history does make me wonder if they have something like the Thassilonian virtue/sin going on ?


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Dang, that Witch archetype is amazing! Wondering if it's meant to allow spamming the sixth level ability repeatedly to flood the field with hex-fog, or if a cloud was the intention? Either way, the vanishing looks like a ton of fun.

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nighttree wrote:
Jessica Price wrote:
And here's a bit more info, and some more Kelish, for those who are interested. :-)

VERY NICE....I for one love this kind of ethnic treatment.

The history does make me wonder if they have something like the Thassilonian virtue/sin going on ?

They're not much concerned with the concept of sin. They're more concerned with measurable harm and the failure of obligation. They don't give a fig whether you're lustful or envious or greedy or whatever--they care about whether you're hurting people, or failing in familial or contractual obligations. And the Althameri, at least, consider pride a virtue and a birthright, not a sin. The rest of the Keleshites roll their eyes at their arrogance and their prating about honor, but the concept of sin is pretty foreign to how Kelesh operates.

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QuidEst wrote:
Dang, that Witch archetype is amazing! Wondering if it's meant to allow spamming the sixth level ability repeatedly to flood the field with hex-fog, or if a cloud was the intention? Either way, the vanishing looks like a ton of fun.

I'm not sure what you mean? She can definitely flood the field with hex-fog--ashiftim are basically intended (in-world, at least) to make the lives of opposing armies miserable. You don't want to be in her fog unless you're her friend.

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Got my copy!

... DAT TEA SET.

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Rysky wrote:

Got my copy!

... DAT TEA SET.

That horsie is chill as all f@~%. "Ugh, another giant scorpion?"

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lol, love the "though developed by Keleshites, these character options can be selected by foreigners as well." tag

XD


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Sweet! This just gets more and more interesting everytime a new post comes up. I can't wait to spend the time exploring the pages.

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Valantrix1 wrote:
Sweet! This just gets more and more interesting everytime a new post comes up. I can't wait to spend the time exploring the pages.

It's an awesome book, so much stuff for patronage...

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Rysky wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Got my copy!

... DAT TEA SET.

That horsie is chill as all f%#&. "Ugh, another giant scorpion?"

Ooo, pretty harpy.

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Rysky wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Got my copy!

... DAT TEA SET.

That horsie is chill as all f%#&. "Ugh, another giant scorpion?"
Ooo, pretty harpy.

And for more winged awesomeness, we have the Rabisu :3

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I am 100% here for pretty harpies, as it happens. ^_^

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Kalindlara wrote:
I am 100% here for pretty harpies, as it happens. ^_^

This book has em.


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Pretty harpies?


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Would I be out of line in asking whether the book goes into any detail (beyond just name & epithet - & possibly alignment) about any new gods or faiths worshipped in Kelesh?
Not necessarily a full write-up like those in Distant Shores.

Any extra information (symbol, areas of concern, etc.) beyond a "Yes, there are!"/"Unfortunately, no..." is left completely to one's discretion.

Please and thank you!

Carry on!

--C.

PS: Regardless of whether or not there are new gods in it, I'm quite excited to get this book! ^^

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Dragon78 wrote:
Pretty harpies?

Yep.

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Psiphyre wrote:

Would I be out of line in asking whether the book goes into any detail (beyond just name & epithet - & possibly alignment) about any new gods or faiths worshipped in Kelesh?

Not necessarily a full write-up like those in Distant Shores.

Any extra information (symbol, areas of concern, etc.) beyond a "Yes, there are!"/"Unfortunately, no..." is left completely to one's discretion.

Please and thank you!

Carry on!

--C.

PS: Regardless of whether or not there are new gods in it, I'm quite excited to get this book! ^^

There is a whole section on other Kelesh faith and philosophies and describing them, but none of the deities mentioned have a writeup.

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Rysky wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
Pretty harpies?
Yep.

Prettier than the pretty one from Legacy of Fire? inquisitive minds want to know... for scientific reasons... :P


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I don't remember a pretty harpy in Legacy of fire, what volume was that?


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Her art in Mythical Monsters Revisited was better anyway. ^_^

Book 1, Dragon. They reused her art for the Bestiary.

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Dragon78 wrote:
I don't remember a pretty harpy in Legacy of fire, what volume was that?

Undrella, she was introduced in the first one.

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Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
Pretty harpies?
Yep.
Prettier than the pretty one from Legacy of Fire? inquisitive minds want to know... for scientific reasons... :P

They're both beautiful.

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Rysky wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Got my copy!

... DAT TEA SET.

That horsie is chill as all f%#&. "Ugh, another giant scorpion?"
Ooo, pretty harpy.
And for more winged awesomeness, we have the Rabisu :3

Back to this book, the Qlippoth descended Tiefling looks absolutely badass!


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Any other art worth mentioning in the book?

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All of it.

The blog already showed the awesome kitty one, BUT there's another awesome kitty one, this one a bit smaller than the other.

The outfit the Solar Sorcerer is wearing is kickass.

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