Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 6 (PFRPG)

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Monsters have long stalked us in the darkness. Within this book, you’ll find a host of these creatures for use in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Face off against archdevils and the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, planar dragons and the legendary wild hunt, proteans and psychopomps, and hundreds more! Some creatures, such as the capricious taniwha, the mysterious green man, or the powerful empyreal lords, might even be willing to provide your heroes aid—if they deserve it!

Pathfinder RPG Bestiary 6 is the sixth must-have 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 6 includes:

  • More than 200 different monsters.
  • New player-friendly races, like the crazed monkey goblins, the telepathic albino munavris, the river-dwelling fey naiads, the wolflike rougarou, and the yaddithians of the Elder Mythos.
  • Numerous powerful demigods, from archdevils and Great Old Ones to empyreal lords and qlippoth lords.
  • New animal companions and other allies, such as fierce devil monkeys and loyal clockwork hounds.
  • New templates, including the entothrope and the mongrel giant, 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!

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And i thought i didn't need this one!

5/5

I had thought when Bestiary 6 came out I wouldn't need it.

How wrong was I!

This book will definitely take it's place as one of the essential Pathfinder books in my collection, if you're waiting to get this, don't! Get it now!

Well done Paizo!

My one complaint is mine had the same shitty yellow binding glue as the first printing of the Starfinder CRB, but I'm not dropping the rating because it is that good (also I still have binding glue leftover from my Starfinder CRB).


A solid addition

4/5

So Bestiary 5 was a bit disappointing to me, but this one is something that did something with Pathfinder I haven't seen in a while: gave me ideas that I wanted to use. A lot of the monsters presented are honestly interesting. As usual, there are some reprints from other products, but I always favor having consolidated lists of things. I won't use everything, but there is enough here that I'll be using a good chunk.

Also, the weremantis reminded me how much I love Portal, so I have to give it to them there.


Upward Trend

5/5

A wide variety of creatures with overall high quality artwork. I like the inclusion of the numerous high CR creatures.

Bestiary 5 and 6 have been my favorite Bestiary books by far.


Unusable

1/5

So me and two other guys from my gaming group ordered this book from amazon. WOW, all of us have missing and or scrambled pages.

I have over 17 missing pages (most of the archdevils content)and more or less 20 pages out of order. I don't know if they are sending all the "special" books down here, but I can assure you I will never buy a physical book from Paizo anymore.


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Dragon78 wrote:

There will not be any robots in B6:(

Feel your pain buddy, I'd love to have the rest of the robots from Iron Gods thrown into a hardcover (as they essentially complete the list of robots presented in b5) but I feel like they along with much of the other scifi stuff (looking at you tech guide 2) are likely being compiled into Starfinder in some form or another (either in reprints/rewrites or just absorbing much of the resources devoted to scifi stuff).

Right now, I'm guessing we won't see a lot more stuff that would be under the header "It Came from Numeria" until after August.

Shadow Lodge

Dragon78 wrote:

Void can use the draining infusion on undead and other negative energy based creatures.

Anyway, back to the subject at hand...um...I know in what order of power, from least to greatest in power, do you think the new races will be.

My guess would be:

Monkey Goblin
Rougarou
Naiad
Yaddithian
Munavri

I think the Naiad could be up there as a high power curve choice amongst the 5 we've been given since, with the Undine a lot of the low level watery powers are really covered, leaving paizo with more room to do something more powerful or much more unique. Either of these are likely to pump up its power and considering they are taking their name from water nymphs and a mythology that associates them with Nerids I'd be willing to bet they come with a bit more power than we might expect. I'm thinking some semi-aquatic fey with low end nymph powers which could be pretty nasty in the right circumstances.

As for the Yaddithian, I'm hoping they aren't too crazy powerful as a mythos like race that can function like a playable Elder Thing or super nerfed Yithian would be pretty freakin' sweet. Big Int, maybe some tech stuff, and an intuitive knowledge of magic (maybe like identify 1/day) would be pretty sweet.


Who knows what kind of abilities the naiad and Yaddithian will have.


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber; Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

What if we got a new subtype for elementals that was similar to how creature type and subtypes work for outsiders. One that didn't tie elementals so closely to the elemental planes but closer to ideals and personifications of life, substances, and nature. Unlike elementals that are native to the elemental planes these are native to the material plane.

This way they fit in Golarion, we can start expanding the definition of elemental, and these elementals have more personality because they are part of the same material realm as poeple.


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I personally am imagining the yaddithian as being relatively low-powered, given their treatment in the story, though admittedly they weren't really focused on too much. They did have the ability to travel between the stars in light-beam/wave envelopes (though that could easily be technology or a spell), but it seems like much of their power lay in the hands of their wizards, who helped protect them against the bholes (though admittedly a bhole is a high CR creature), but overall they seem fairly human, despite their appearances...

Brinebeast wrote:

What if we got a new subtype for elementals that was similar to how creature type and subtypes work for outsiders. One that didn't tie elementals so closely to the elemental planes but closer to ideals and personifications of life, substances, and nature. Unlike elementals that are native to the elemental planes these are native to the material plane.

This way they fit in Golarion, we can start expanding the definition of elemental, and these elementals have more personality because they are part of the same material realm as poeple.

I think those would be something that aren't elementals...

Scarab Sages

James Jacobs wrote:
JiCi wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
JiCi wrote:
On a sidenote, is it really that complex to make a template that grants the troop or the swarm subtype? What's actually bothering you guys from make it possible to turn a ratling into a swarm or a human soldier into a troop?

It's pretty complex, yes, but it also opens the door to a design philosophy that I'm not a fan of. For the same reason we don't have a "dire animal" template or a "kaiju" template. A troop, a swarm, or a dire animal, or a kaiju is ALWAYS more interesting when it's hand-crafted as its own thing and not merely a template.

There's nothing bothering me about turning a ratling into a swarm or a human soldier into a troop—it just is more appetizing and interesting to build a ratling swarm or a soldier troop as a monster and not as a template.

Really... ? I didn't expect troops to be complex to assemble :P

BTW, I meant "bothering" as in "bugging you", "blocking you" or "stopping you", not about it being unnerving to you ;)

Oh. Well, then, personal preference is what's stopping me. I prefer troops (and swarms and etc.) as being custom-build monsters, not as templates.

I know this is a post from August, but I thought I'd just throw in my preference as a buyer of Pathfinder product.

I like templates that allow me, as a GM, to quickly create a creature on the fly. These days, I don't have the time I had when I was in the Army or college to create new things all the time from scratch. So I've personally created my own Dire template.

On that note though, I can certainly see how a generic swarm or troop template would be pretty difficult to create. And not having a template for these things in your book, or knowing the fact that your design preference is to not create these templates, is NOT going to stop me from buying the book!

Thanks for all you do! I love monsters!


At least I'm happy to know the previews are coming, and with that the revelation of the cover is also near... I can't wait to see it! Hope to see that "game of shadows" where the winer monster got their stats revealed once again. That was a really interactive and exciting way to get us into a book. ;)


I can't wait to see the final cover and product description. Also previews are always nice.


Dragon78 wrote:
I can't wait to see the final cover and product description. Also previews are always nice.

Indeed, they are. Especially if there are those amazing arts and some stats... I'm really excited to see if we are getting a glimpse of the unknown demigods in the book.

Sorry to bring this question again, but, was there a confirmation about demon lords in this book? Zura, Cyth-Vsug and Abraxas, that all I needed (Although Flarus and Angazhan would be welcomed just as much.) Maybe not in this book... =/


The Gold Sovereign wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
I can't wait to see the final cover and product description. Also previews are always nice.

Indeed, they are. Especially if there are those amazing arts and some stats... I'm really excited to see if we are getting a glimpse of the unknown demigods in the book.

Sorry to bring this question again, but, was there a confirmation about demon lords in this book? Zura, Cyth-Vsug and Abraxas, that all I needed (Although Flarus and Angazhan would be welcomed just as much.) Maybe not in this book... =/

I may be wrong, but I am pretty sure Zura got statted up in WoTR. As for the other two, pretty sure they haven't been statted up yet, so they might be in here.

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Malefactor wrote:
The Gold Sovereign wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
I can't wait to see the final cover and product description. Also previews are always nice.

Indeed, they are. Especially if there are those amazing arts and some stats... I'm really excited to see if we are getting a glimpse of the unknown demigods in the book.

Sorry to bring this question again, but, was there a confirmation about demon lords in this book? Zura, Cyth-Vsug and Abraxas, that all I needed (Although Flarus and Angazhan would be welcomed just as much.) Maybe not in this book... =/

I may be wrong, but I am pretty sure Zura got statted up in WoTR. As for the other two, pretty sure they haven't been statted up yet, so they might be in here.

Nope, 'twas Sifkesh and Nocticula.


Last I heard there were no demon lords.


Dragon78 wrote:
Last I heard there were no demon lords.

Well, 8 archdevils alongside the four horsemen. I'm sure that evil enough. Even though I wouldn't mind 3 big demons in it as well...


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Don't forget 3 great old ones as well.


While we got only one picture that was indeed completely new, that was a really good preview for Bestiary 6 we got on Paizo Blod.

I would like to point that the new picture for Belial is awesome (!!!), especially if you noticed that, although minor changes were made (such as his evil side being more "devilish"), major features such as his clothes, armor, and even his angelic face from Book of the Damned weren't discarded.

I'm really anxious now to see what was done with Geryon, Beelzebub, Szuriel and Charon.


I really did like the protean art, Belial art was good, never liked the mocking fey, and don't care about the bug demon one.


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I prefer the Heggesik Protean myself.

I'm sure they'll make it in. :-)


Since we have 4 proteans from non-hardcover books, that would be enough for this one to have as reprints. Though it would be cool to get at least one completely new one.


Dragon78 wrote:
I really did like the protean art, Belial art was good, never liked the mocking fey, and don't care about the bug demon one.

My favorite Belial pic is still the one from Book of Vile Darkness, precisely because it makes everyone else go "Ew!"

But let's move on to something pleasant. Do you think Arshea'll get a new pic? What do you think of the current one? Me, I like it, but more is always better.


AlgaeNymph wrote:
Do you think Arshea'll get a new pic? What do you think of the current one? Me, I like it, but more is always better.

I would like to think so as I do not like the current one. I feel that it does not match the text for how Arshea is suppose to look.


The Gold Sovereign wrote:

While we got only one picture that was indeed completely new, that was a really good preview for Bestiary 6 we got on Paizo Blod.

I would like to point that the new picture for Belial is awesome (!!!), especially if you noticed that, although minor changes were made (such as his evil side being more "devilish"), major features such as his clothes, armor, and even his angelic face from Book of the Damned weren't discarded.

I'm really anxious now to see what was done with Geryon, Beelzebub, Szuriel and Charon.

Hmm I don't remember this post. Link?

Contributor

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Lemartes wrote:
The Gold Sovereign wrote:

While we got only one picture that was indeed completely new, that was a really good preview for Bestiary 6 we got on Paizo Blod.

I would like to point that the new picture for Belial is awesome (!!!), especially if you noticed that, although minor changes were made (such as his evil side being more "devilish"), major features such as his clothes, armor, and even his angelic face from Book of the Damned weren't discarded.

I'm really anxious now to see what was done with Geryon, Beelzebub, Szuriel and Charon.

Hmm I don't remember this post. Link?

Here you are!


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Thanks.

The protean looks amazing.


The Gold Sovereign wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
Void is from the negative energy plane, wood is from the first world, and metal would more then likely be from the elemental plane of earth or the material plane.

The thing is elementals were supposed to be creatures from the elemental planes, right?

Metal elementals and wood elementals could both be from the blane of earth.

Metal elementals could be from the deepest undergrounds in the plane of earth, while wood elementals are born the boarders of the water and earth planes, were the earth is more fertile and plants grow.

This was why I liked Planescape setting from D&D. They weren't afraid to delve deeper into planar environments.

Since Paizo likes to keep things simple, this would be obvious. The Elemental Plane of Earth is NOT solely rock. It's everything that represents "earth" as well as everything inbetween.

Planescape/D&D also had it where the elemental planes "touched" one another, creating the quasi-energy planes and such. This was awesome and simple to follow. Where Water and Earth bordered it became Ooze, Earth and Fire became Magma, etc.

I honestly don't get why Metalline elementals couldn't come from Earth Plane. As for Wood elementals, Earth also makes sense, particularly areas of the Plane of Earth where water was more abundant.

Listen to what the fans want and don't overthink how to give it out.


AlgaeNymph wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
I really did like the protean art, Belial art was good, never liked the mocking fey, and don't care about the bug demon one.

My favorite Belial pic is still the one from Book of Vile Darkness, precisely because it makes everyone else go "Ew!"

But let's move on to something pleasant. Do you think Arshea'll get a new pic? What do you think of the current one? Me, I like it, but more is always better.

As Arshea is going to be the CR 30 Empyreal Lord, I think it deserves a new picture, especially one that makes it look more powerful and ancient. All the other angels so far were really impressive in appearance (look at Vildeis and Ragathiel), while Arshea is just a androgynous human with wings... There's nothing special about its looks... Except that INDEED I can't tell if its a lord or a lady.

Liberty's Edge

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Geramies wrote:
The Gold Sovereign wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
Void is from the negative energy plane, wood is from the first world, and metal would more then likely be from the elemental plane of earth or the material plane.

The thing is elementals were supposed to be creatures from the elemental planes, right?

Metal elementals and wood elementals could both be from the blane of earth.

Metal elementals could be from the deepest undergrounds in the plane of earth, while wood elementals are born the boarders of the water and earth planes, were the earth is more fertile and plants grow.

This was why I liked Planescape setting from D&D. They weren't afraid to delve deeper into planar environments.

Since Paizo likes to keep things simple, this would be obvious. The Elemental Plane of Earth is NOT solely rock. It's everything that represents "earth" as well as everything inbetween.

Planescape/D&D also had it where the elemental planes "touched" one another, creating the quasi-energy planes and such. This was awesome and simple to follow. Where Water and Earth bordered it became Ooze, Earth and Fire became Magma, etc.

I honestly don't get why Metalline elementals couldn't come from Earth Plane. As for Wood elementals, Earth also makes sense, particularly areas of the Plane of Earth where water was more abundant.

Listen to what the fans want and don't overthink how to give it out.

Normally I would agree with you. However the wood element does not exist in the same way as the elemental plane of earth, water, fire, air, aether, and void. Wood the element is born in small pockets from the grinding of the first world against the core 4 elemental planes(not aether). Because of this the seasonal blasts form. So while it is Possible that wood elementals so could exist, likely they would be more than just 'is elemental of plant'. With the seasonal variants they could be incredibly intricate and thematic in their own fashion.

As for metaline elementals, i believe they would be from the plane of earth, but also not completely alike. Gold elementals have massive weight, but are easily damaged. Adamantine elementals are rare, but often render harvesting efforts futile or even dangerous to conduct. Mercury elementals are liquid in nature, but incredibly toxic. Silver elementals are strong against things weak to silver, but Mithral elementals are light, hard, and are difficult to pin down. They would be more than just elemental of metal but that does make them incredibly hard to build in the same way as the other elementals.


I would like to see more creatures that are made of and/or use various metals in general.

Also more crystal/gem based ones would be cool.

Liberty's Edge

Dragon78 wrote:

I would like to see more creatures that are made of and/or use various metals in general.

Also more crystal/gem based ones would be cool.

Oh totally. Diamond toothed creatures, hardened gemlike armour, so many cool options.


The ability to encase or turn creatures into crystal would be awesome and totally 80's.

Paizo Employee Pathfinder Society Lead Developer

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Dragon78 wrote:
The ability to encase or turn creatures into crystal would be awesome and totally 80's.

Check the crystalline creature template in Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Lost Cities of Golarion, specifically the chapter on Kho.


There is also the crysmal and crystal ooze but could use several more crystal themed creatures.


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Ahh, I recognize the protean from Dance of the Damned. The new Belial pic is really neat, too.

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Dragon78 wrote:
I really did like the protean art, Belial art was good, never liked the mocking fey, and don't care about the bug demon one.

I rather enjoyed the protean art as well :D

Contributor

Geramies wrote:


This was why I liked Planescape setting from D&D. They weren't afraid to delve deeper into planar environments.

Since Paizo likes to keep things simple, this would be obvious. The Elemental Plane of Earth is NOT solely rock. It's everything that represents "earth" as well as everything inbetween.

Planescape/D&D also had it where the elemental planes "touched" one another, creating the quasi-energy planes and such. This was awesome and simple to follow. Where Water and Earth bordered it became Ooze, Earth and Fire became Magma, etc.

I honestly don't get why Metalline elementals couldn't come from Earth Plane. As for Wood elementals, Earth also makes sense, particularly areas of the Plane of Earth where water was more abundant.

Listen to what the fans want and don't overthink how to give it out.

There's a lot of inspiration from Planescape in terms of design ethos and aesthetic that went into Golarion's planes. Golarion's elemental plane of earth isn't for instance just solid rock, but every iteration of the element, including inclusions and admixtures with the other elemental planes.

Just based on the shell-like nested structure of Golarion's elemental planes, and that they're finite in size (albeit mind-staggeringly enormous) compared to Planescape's truly infinite planes (only the Maelstrom and possibly the Abyss are actually infinite in size in Golarion's cosmology), you won't get entire planes based on those admixtures (like Planescape's para and quasielemental planes).


I remember most of bestiaries actually showed their final art when the book was first announced. It makes me wonder if this cover has something on it that hasn't been announced yet.


I believe we'll have to wait for another entire month, or at least until mid-march to see the final cover. Hope we get some other art previews until then, especially for the creatures we haven't heard about.

Dark Archive

We can only hope

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Wow, it's really that close isn't it?


I think we will get a cover/description update sometime between the end of this month to midway through March.


I really hope we will finally see the nekomata or Cheshire Cat, or even the bakeneko. In fact more cat based monsters in general.


There's that strange cat in the familiar folio that seems to be based on the "puss in boots".


I didn't say we didn't have any, I just said we could use more;)


Dragon78 wrote:

I didn't say we didn't have any, I just said we could use more;)

I'm sorry my bronze cousin, I'm at fault. I think I should have used "And there's also" at the beginning of my last post.

I meant to say that I would like to see that other "cat creature" as well.


OK, I understand what you mean now.


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As someone who lives in Louisiana I have a feeling I'm gonna get a lot of use out of the Rougarou. Although, there's a chance the actual Rougarou might sue you guys.


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What I want to see:

• More celestials: I have no issues with some being visually appealing but I like the recent trend of making archons and angels look awe-inspiring and fearsome so perhaps a bit more of that too. I'd love to see new takes on old celestials from D&D as well (if they did it with the hammer archon I think they could do it with others as well).

• More lesser known "fiends": We have many daemons, demons, and devils but we could use more of the lesser known categories of fiends (aka asura, demodand, div, kyton, oni, qlippoth, and rakshasa).

• More "Wayfinder" devils: I like that we received many new devils in the Wayfinder PDF"s but I really want to see Paizo Publishing take some of them and rework them then put them into the Bestiary as "official" Pathfinder core devils. I'd love to see Paizo's take on the seduction devil and hellforge devils.

• More proteans, inevitables, and aeons: Seriously, we need more of them. Maybe even a few protean lords and prime inevitables as well. I don't know if the aeons have quasi-deity/demigod status members among their ranks though but if they do I'd love to see a few.

• More Youkai and Kami: Definitely. I love that we're seeing more asian monsters now that Tian Xia was introduced in Golarion and now that we have established that Earth (and other planets in the Sol star system) have ties with Golarion then I'd definately venture to say more eastern monsters are certainly welcome.

• More Lycanthropes: I feel we could use four or five new lycanthropes. I'd love to see wereravens and werespiders (each with some unique abilities and additional vulnerablities [aka wereravens could be vulnerable to gold as well as to silver and werespiders could be dazzled in bright light]).

• More dragons: From the sea fairing, singing, Cirein Croin ("Song Dragon" perhaps) that often takes the shape of beautiful women to the mighty and powerful Gaasyendietha ("Meteor Dragon" maybe) that travels the stars and spews meteor showers from it maw, we need more of these guys! :D

• More Gigas: I know we're not getting any of these gargantuan spawn of the titans in this manual but I'd really like them to be stated someday along the line. The Elysium, Nirvana, Boneyard, and Negative Energy Gigas (aka necrophysician) leave me wanting more.

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Speaking as a huge fan of the Forgotten Realms' song dragons*, I'd love to see them make an appearance in Pathfinder. (But they'd need to be unique to Pathfinder, for obvious reasons.)

*My namesake character was a sorcerer with song dragon blood, for those familiar with 3.5's Races of the Dragon. ^_^


Kalindlara wrote:

Speaking as a huge fan of the Forgotten Realms' song dragons*, I'd love to see them make an appearance in Pathfinder. (But they'd need to be unique to Pathfinder, for obvious reasons.)

*My namesake character was a sorcerer with song dragon blood, for those familiar with 3.5's Races of the Dragon. ^_^

Yeah song Dragons would be awesome in PF. Is possible.


Song dragons would be cool, or at least something like them. Speaking of singing, how about a musical ooze;)

It saddens me that not a single Gigas has made it into a hardcover bestiary.


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John Kretzer wrote:
Kalindlara wrote:

Speaking as a huge fan of the Forgotten Realms' song dragons*, I'd love to see them make an appearance in Pathfinder. (But they'd need to be unique to Pathfinder, for obvious reasons.)

*My namesake character was a sorcerer with song dragon blood, for those familiar with 3.5's Races of the Dragon. ^_^

Yeah song Dragons would be awesome in PF. Is possible.

>_>

<_<

Song linnorms, the most heavy metal of dragons.

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