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Strange aliens both friendly and fearsome fill this tome of creatures designed for use with the Starfinder Roleplaying Game! From the gravity-manipulating frujais and planet-killing novaspawn to space goblins and security robots, the creatures in this codex will challenge adventurers no matter what strange worlds they're exploring. What's more, player rules for a host of creatures let players not just fight aliens, but be them!

Inside Starfinder Alien Archive, you'll find the following:

  • Over 80 bizarre life-forms both classic and new, from the reptilian ikeshtis and energy-bodied hallajins to robotic anacites and supernatural entities from beyond the realms of mortals.
  • Over 20 races with full player rules, letting you play everything from a winged dragonkin to a hyperevolved floating brain.
  • New alien technology to help give your character an edge, including weapons, armor, magic items, and more.
  • A robust NPC-creation system to let Game Masters build any aliens or creatures they can imagine.
  • New rules for magical monster summoning, quick templates to modify creatures on the fly, and more!

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Not wowed, plus A lot more prep work for GMs

3/5

I was hoping for more from this book.
Most of the monster content we have seen from the Pathfinder Bestiaries has been replaced with a smaller number of examples, and the monster creation appendix.
I was hoping for something like a listing of "Desert world creature animals and examples" or similar, something that could be used as a more 'plug and play' or 'reskinning' like could be done with Pathfinder (slapping a different name on a creature with the same numbers) and there simply are not enough examples to do that here.
The creation rules are great, but are not easy and not quick. A GM who is writing a home game shouldn't have to spend a ton of extra time building monsters, which from some testing it would seem you would need to. And I am wondering how this will look for organized play and modules - will everything be statted in the pre-made modules, or will GMs have to do the monster construction?
It's worth at least the .PDF copy, for the content, but GMS should beware of the prep time they will need to do.


Resistance Is Futile...

5/5

...All will be assimilated.

First of all, you won't find space orcs here.

But you will find a dragon, some goblins and of course, somewhere handy and tentacled to store your brain, and in the end, isn't that what's really important (I'm seriously asking).

Overall a great book with a lot of fun aliens that make great enemies or a really f*&*ed up crew for the Enterprise.
Playable races run the gamut of intelligent space jellyfish (Barathu), Contemplatives (floating brain people), Dragonkin (dragon people), Nuar (space Minotaur), Urog (silicon based mutable worm people), to space goblins, Skittermanders (Stitch) and reptoids.

While smaller then a typical Bestiary, they pack a ton of inspiration, adversaries, and imagination into those 160 pages, well worth the money, especially if you love Starfinder as much as I do.

As far as Paizo's customer service, I've been a subscriber for two years now (and a customer through my local FLGS before that) and I've had nothing but great experiences with them, even when didn't make it easy on them they handled all requests and questions with class and aplomb.

And yes, the spine is great. :-)

So, grab your lightsaber, check your tricoder batteries, make sure you have a towel and keep a wary eye on your crew (anyone could be a Cylon) because it's only gonna get better!


Book Contents Aside, This Product Represents Poor Customer Appreciation

1/5

If you really need to buy a physical copy of this book, get it on Amazon. It is cheaper and has more/better shipping options. Buy the PDF here if you want that.

I pre-ordered this book, and not only was it cheaper on Amazon, I would have acquired the book by now. Everything about the value of purchasing it here has been worse than what I would have gotten through the Paizo Amazon store. If at least one thing had been better, I would have gladly accepted the extra cost to support Paizo, but my loyalty has been met with indifference, and I can't recommend my decision to anyone else.


could be better

3/5

This book should come with a warning label: assembly required.

On the one hand, the rules for making your own monsters/npcs are fantastic, every GM will love these. On the other hand, a lot of the creature entries come like a piece of ikea furniture. You get parts and instructions and have to assemble the playable stat block yourself. That's all good if I'm making custom creations, but if I want to use the space dragon that Paizo created I have to make that too.

As is, a GM either has to stop the game for 10 minutes before each encounter to calculate stat blocks for it, or spend a lot of extra prep time before the game on creating the stats for each encounter. For players, they added a summon monster spell... but again you have to create the stat blocks to actually use it.

Now I expect 3rd party sites, like d20srd, will eventually calculate and post up ready to use stat blocks. I feel like Paizo also expects this and is being lazy; hoping others will pick up their slack. Their smallest hardcover book yet, they definitely could have stood to add some pages to provide us with ready to play stat blocks for the creatures they created.

Major peeves out of the way, there's a lot of good stuff here. I especially like how they have goodies for players attached to creatures. Such as armor that can be made from the critter's hide, or special tech the species uses. And the make your own monster rules really are quite good.


Great book, but too small for its price tag

4/5

This is one of the coolest creature books I've read in a very long time. With few exceptions, creatures in this book have expansive descriptions. Life processes, society, desires, personality tendencies, and many more flavor articles are common. (Dragons and elementals are notable exceptions, with very short flavor descriptions by comparison)

Better still, around half of the monster have a player option. ~20% of the creatures are playable races, but even non-playable monster often have a player option. A magic item, a series of weapons or armor, a consumable, something. This makes the book an attractive one to look at for all player, not just GMs. I'm doubtful the player options are reason enough to buy the book on their own, but I'm very glad that they exist.

Importantly, every creature in the book feels like it should be here. You have the "generic needs to be here monsters" like the reptoid, the swarm, Oma (read, space whales) and a few updates to old classics (Ryphorians = Triaxians). Everything feels like it fits with the Starfinder model. It's refreshing to like every monster in a bestiary book, again.

The monster creation rules are easy enough to use. In short: Pick if your creature is a caster, a combatant, or an expert. Pick a CR. Look at the appropriate tables for HP, KAC and EAC, attack bonus, damage, and # of special abilities. Pick a few abilities that work with your concept and you have a functional statblock. You can make it more complex if you want to, but it doesn't have to be.
Plus, grafts. Grafts are a great GM tool. Sad that there's no demons in the book? Take any appropriate CR statblock and slap the outsider and demon grafts onto it. Now it's a demon.

The downside to this easy to use monster creation system is that you're expected to use it. Going back to my earlier comment regarding dragons and elementals: their flavor text is small because they have multiple grafts that give you the special abilities for the different kinds of monsters (fire, cold, air, earth elementals and the different colors of dragons). This is fine for elementals, which have a different statblock for each CR from 1/3-9, with only the special abilities being different.

Dragons, on the other hand REQUIRE you to do the prep-work in advanced. There is only 1 dragon statblock, and it's a CR 11. If you want a dragon of any other CR, you pretty much have to make it from scratch using the tables in appendix 1 and applying the right grafts. I liked the bestiaries having three statblocks per dragon variety.
Generally if I wanted the PCs to fight a dragon I could grab any bestiary and have at least 1 CR appropriate dragon for them without much work.

My biggest complaint about the book: It's the smallest Paizo hardcover I own, by a lot. It is 160 pages long. The next smallest I could find (that I own) was 254: Advanced Class Guide, Villain Codex, and Pathfinder Unchained.
The Alien Archive costs the same as Bestiaries 3 and 4. Each of those has over 300 according to the Paizo website descriptions for them. The Alien Archive has 95 stat blocks, which includes 3 ready-for-combat starship encounters. This is small by comparison. It's cheaper than 2/3 of Bestiaries, sure, but I'd have happily paid another $5 for an equally large book. When this is the ONLY Paizo monster book for the game, that's a big problem for me.
The content is great, don't get me wrong, I was just hoping for more of it, considering what I paid, and I will be more wary of Starfinder products in the future because of it.

TL;DR: Great Book. 5 star content. Small size knocks off a star.


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I see. Thanks, I was curious where you got this. Nice to see people talk about this stuff who aren't under NDA. :)


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Uh, yes, if someone who was under a NDA was talking about this that would be bad :3


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I know :)


Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
Also, underwater bat people.

Since you talked about them, Rysky, how much did the kalo appearance change from PF to SF? You can use the sarcesians as an example if you want.


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The Gold Sovereign wrote:
Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
Also, underwater bat people.
Since you talked about them, Rysky, how much did the kalo appearance change from PF to SF? You can use the sarcesians as an example if you want.

Their head appears to be slightly less Cthulhu in appearance.

Slightly.


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Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
Uh, yes, if someone who was under a NDA was talking about this that would be bad :3

Indeed.


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Isabelle Lee wrote:
Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
Uh, yes, if someone who was under a NDA was talking about this that would be bad :3
Indeed.

*glomps Isabelle*


Are Skittermanders evil? If not, what's their general alignment?


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IonutRO wrote:
Are Skittermanders evil? If not, what's their general alignment?

Hyper.


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I'm really hoping paizo makes skittermander and space goblin plushes. They need to be a thing.


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Archmage Variel wrote:
I'm really hoping paizo makes skittermander and space goblin plushes. They need to be a thing.

Not before they make gremlin plushies!

Speaking of, where are our Space Gremlins? Huh?

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Cthulhudrew wrote:
Archmage Variel wrote:
I'm really hoping paizo makes skittermander and space goblin plushes. They need to be a thing.

Not before they make gremlin plushies!

Speaking of, where are our Space Gremlins? Huh?

They were going to but accidents in the factory kept happening.


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Archmage Variel wrote:
I'm really hoping paizo makes skittermander and space goblin plushes. They need to be a thing.

They should come in many colors... And now I need one of each color. XD


Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
IonutRO wrote:
Are Skittermanders evil? If not, what's their general alignment?
Hyper.

Hyper like this?

Paladinosaur wrote:
Cthulhudrew wrote:
Speaking of, where are our Space Gremlins? Huh?
They were going to but accidents in the factory kept happening.

And the gremlins who survived that still faced the even worse accidents on the launchpad.


Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:
Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
IonutRO wrote:
Are Skittermanders evil? If not, what's their general alignment?
Hyper.
Hyper like this?

Ye.


I find no Aliens or creatures in the core book. For once I wish they would include a few or a GM way of creating a few of there own. I get tired of waiting on Monster manuals.


If they did that it would take out other stuff people need from the Core book. I'm okay with there being a Playing book and a Monster book.


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Colonel Volstov wrote:
I find no Aliens or creatures in the core book. For once I wish they would include a few or a GM way of creating a few of there own. I get tired of waiting on Monster manuals.

It is industry wide, every monster manual or bestiary came out after the Core Rulebook or DMG.

Monsters take a while to do as you need all the artwork in addition to the rules, which you can't make if the rules aren't done.

Credit to Paizo for at least putting out free bonus bestiaries and first contact so at least there's something to play with. :-)

There are also six pathfinder bestiaries just waiting to ravage the cosmos. :-)


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Oh, also, the Greys are playable and they still have their Probe ability :3

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captain yesterday wrote:
There are also six pathfinder bestiaries just waiting to ravage the cosmos. :-)

Does the Core Rulebook have rules for adapting them to Starfinder?


Fromper wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
There are also six pathfinder bestiaries just waiting to ravage the cosmos. :-)
Does the Core Rulebook have rules for adapting them to Starfinder?

Kinda but not really, it mentions tweaking the AC but the rest of the numbers might not sync up with how Starfinder handles monsters and CR.


I'm just saying they should have at least a dozen or so Aliens or Creatures to hold you over until the Alien Manual is released or a few pages of generalized stats for NPC's/Aliens with some type of templates to add on to make robots or creatures with until then. It wouldn't hurt them to help the customer out once in a while but paizo and others seem to think everyone likes to wait months for creature books.


I gave away all my Pathfinder stuff so I don't have that to use anythow, besides the way Starfinder works I really don't see how the KAC & EAC's will work with PF AC system.


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Um, they did just that with the (FREE) First Contact and volume 1 of Dead Suns, there's a bunch of monsters in there.


The brood?


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Colonel Volstov wrote:
I'm just saying they should have at least a dozen or so Aliens or Creatures to hold you over until the Alien Manual is released or a few pages of generalized stats for NPC's/Aliens with some type of templates to add on to make robots or creatures with until then. It wouldn't hurt them to help the customer out once in a while but paizo and others seem to think everyone likes to wait months for creature books.

They made this available - it has just what you're looking for (a dozen aliens/creatures). It's a free download or $5 if you want it in print. I believe several of them will also appear in the Alien Archive.


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Colonel Volstov wrote:
I gave away all my Pathfinder stuff so I don't have that to use anythow, besides the way Starfinder works I really don't see how the KAC & EAC's will work with PF AC system.

It won't help in your situation, of course, however with regard to the latter:

Page 501 of the Starfinder Core book suggests using a PF monsters AC as KAC (adding one if it functions in a combat role) and to set it's EAC as AC-1.

Sovereign Court

This Starfinder stuff looks pretty awesome. Do you guys think that some of the creatures in this book (that have just now appeared, so space goblins don't count) could be adapted to pathfinder?


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Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
Fromper wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
There are also six pathfinder bestiaries just waiting to ravage the cosmos. :-)
Does the Core Rulebook have rules for adapting them to Starfinder?
Kinda but not really, it mentions tweaking the AC but the rest of the numbers might not sync up with how Starfinder handles monsters and CR.

There is more than that.


In addition to the new aliens, I hope we see some conversions of common, iconic Pathfinder monster. I'm not really thrilled with straight conversions of something like a Succubus, which has issues with energy resistances and sky high DCs (compare to a Necrovite 6 CR higher) that make it way too tough. Basic outsiders and dragons would be nice.

I'd also like to see tech adapted/using outsiders. There's no reason the libraries of Hell and Heaven should use be using technomagical computers overseen by outsiders with abilities not entirely dissimilar to relevant technomancer spells.


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I'm very excited about this, having almost killed my technomancer ysoki several times, and needing some aliens to fill out replacement characters.

NEED A TRIAXIAN. NEED IT.


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amazon has it scheduled for nov.7, are we still talking oct or is amazon correct?


Pandoir00 wrote:
amazon has it scheduled for nov.7, are we still talking oct or is amazon correct?

Amazon is its own entity with completely separate often unrelated release dates. For some reason, this is particularly bad with Paizo products. It’s something on Amazon’s side. Unless they change the date on here, October 18th is still the release date.


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Paizo estimates that they'll start shipping to subscribers October 2nd.


May I ask how much "legally creative" Paizo can be with aliens?

Ok, so in Pathfinder, they clearly inspired themselves for modern/sci-fi fictional works for some monsters, such as Mogaru (Godzilla) and the Hive (Aliens' xenomorphs). However, thoese were fantasy versions, and thus aren't "carbon copies" of the actual creatures.

For aliens, it feels a little... trickier... as it's an existing modern/sci-fi creature converted into a new modern/sci-fi setting. While I don't think that Paizo would publicly announce that Toho Entertainment and/or 20th Century Fox sued them for making similar monsters in a fantasy setting, it remains a possibility :S

So... for instance, how legally "in the clear" is Paizo for creating aliens that look and feel like Chozos (Metroid), Lombaxes (Ratchet & Clank) or Locusts (Gears of War)? or Kryptionians (Superman; DC), the Symbiotes (Venom/Carnage; Marvel) or the Utroms (Krang; TMNT)? or Vulcans (Star Trek), Ewoks (Star Wars) or Na'vis (Avatar)?

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I could answer, but that would be 100$/hour.


Gorbacz wrote:
I could answer, but that would be 100$/hour.

It would take you a whole hour to answer?

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Depends.


Gorbacz wrote:
Depends.

Uh no thanks I prefer huggies.


Ah ah... very funny for a bag of jokes...

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JiCi wrote:
Ah ah... very funny for a bag of jokes...

That wasn't a joke. You asked a question that requires legal and factual research, takes a heap of time and is best handled by somebody who's a lawyer with experience in gaming, comics and movie industry, and those don't just grow on trees. And since we're talking about gray IP law zones where lawsuits fly like a swarm of stirges, it's best handled carefully. And best not answered publicly, else somebody takes such advice, runs with it, gets sued and comes back to sue me because I said they could and now they found out the brutal way that actually, they couldn't.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Paizo estimates that they'll start shipping to subscribers October 2nd.

What a birthday present that will be :D


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Gorbacz wrote:
Depends.

If ever I doubted you were an attorney, that doubt has been laid to rest.


Gorbacz wrote:
JiCi wrote:
Ah ah... very funny for a bag of jokes...

That wasn't a joke. You asked a question that requires legal and factual research, takes a heap of time and is best handled by somebody who's a lawyer with experience in gaming, comics and movie industry, and those don't just grow on trees. And since we're talking about gray IP law zones where lawsuits fly like a swarm of stirges, it's best handled carefully. And best not answered publicly, else somebody takes such advice, runs with it, gets sued and comes back to sue me because I said they could and now they found out the brutal way that actually, they couldn't.

They might have been referring to the handy haversack of hilarity right beneath you.

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bugleyman wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Depends.

If ever I doubted you were an attorney, that doubt has been laid to rest.

Phew. I can die in peace now.


Gorbacz wrote:
JiCi wrote:
Ah ah... very funny for a bag of jokes...
That wasn't a joke. You asked a question that requires legal and factual research, takes a heap of time and is best handled by somebody who's a lawyer with experience in gaming, comics and movie industry, and those don't just grow on trees. And since we're talking about gray IP law zones where lawsuits fly like a swarm of stirges, it's best handled carefully. And best not answered publicly, else somebody takes such advice, runs with it, gets sued and comes back to sue me because I said they could and now they found out the brutal way that actually, they couldn't.

No... I asked a question that requires 5 minutes from a designer/author for him or her to write an answer back.


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JiCi wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
JiCi wrote:
Ah ah... very funny for a bag of jokes...
That wasn't a joke. You asked a question that requires legal and factual research, takes a heap of time and is best handled by somebody who's a lawyer with experience in gaming, comics and movie industry, and those don't just grow on trees. And since we're talking about gray IP law zones where lawsuits fly like a swarm of stirges, it's best handled carefully. And best not answered publicly, else somebody takes such advice, runs with it, gets sued and comes back to sue me because I said they could and now they found out the brutal way that actually, they couldn't.
No... I asked a question that requires 5 minutes from a designer/author for him or her to write an answer back.

No, regarding IPs and shoutouts to such it's kinda like Gorbacz described.


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Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
JiCi wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
JiCi wrote:
Ah ah... very funny for a bag of jokes...
That wasn't a joke. You asked a question that requires legal and factual research, takes a heap of time and is best handled by somebody who's a lawyer with experience in gaming, comics and movie industry, and those don't just grow on trees. And since we're talking about gray IP law zones where lawsuits fly like a swarm of stirges, it's best handled carefully. And best not answered publicly, else somebody takes such advice, runs with it, gets sued and comes back to sue me because I said they could and now they found out the brutal way that actually, they couldn't.
No... I asked a question that requires 5 minutes from a designer/author for him or her to write an answer back.
No, regarding IPs and shoutouts to such it's kinda like Gorbacz described.

Ditto. I don't know that many lawyers that work with the gaming industry, but I've talked to lawyers that worked with contracts. If I had prepaid legal insurance again, I could get a simple question answered quickly without having to pay $100 an hour. I don't think the question asked was simple.

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JiCi wrote:

May I ask how much "legally creative" Paizo can be with aliens?

Ok, so in Pathfinder, they clearly inspired themselves for modern/sci-fi fictional works for some monsters, such as Mogaru (Godzilla) and the Hive (Aliens' xenomorphs). However, thoese were fantasy versions, and thus aren't "carbon copies" of the actual creatures.

For aliens, it feels a little... trickier... as it's an existing modern/sci-fi creature converted into a new modern/sci-fi setting. While I don't think that Paizo would publicly announce that Toho Entertainment and/or 20th Century Fox sued them for making similar monsters in a fantasy setting, it remains a possibility :S

So... for instance, how legally "in the clear" is Paizo for creating aliens that look and feel like Chozos (Metroid), Lombaxes (Ratchet & Clank) or Locusts (Gears of War)? or Kryptionians (Superman; DC), the Symbiotes (Venom/Carnage; Marvel) or the Utroms (Krang; TMNT)? or Vulcans (Star Trek), Ewoks (Star Wars) or Na'vis (Avatar)?

You're talking about the area of (American) Copyright law usually called 'Fair Use', which is a broad concept, and like 'Obscenity', it's an 'I know it when I see it' situation.

It really is a grey area, with any solid definitions being provided mostly defined by precedent rather than statute. "What can I get away with' is counterbalanced by the IP holder wondering 'what can I successfully fight', and also the optics of who is being sued.

There is no fast and clear answer. Lawyers earn their money for a reason.


I hope the previews for this one come out earlier. This is like Starfinder's first bestiary, so a bit of expectation management would be welcomed.

I have a question. All creatures in the book were said to be described in two pages, and also get two pictures. So...

Are each of the two pages getting one of the two illustrations or are the two pictures on the same page, just like was done in the Core Rulebook for the core races?

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