Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Concordance of Rivals

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Monitors—neutral outsiders dedicated to maintaining their views of the universe—reject the battles between the wicked and the righteous and instead war over the underpinnings of reality. Join the cosmic debate with the secrets and esoteric lore found within, including:

  • Details on 24 monitor demigods—such as primal inevitables; protean lords; psychopomp ushers; and the mysterious aeon known as Monad, the Condition of All—and the divine powers they bestow upon mortal worshippers!
  • Rules for the proctor prestige class, along with information about different monitor sects, mantras for summoning monitors, and esoteric occult rituals that harness the power of monitor divinities.
  • A bestiary of new monitors and their roles within the universe, including irresponsible illureshi protean sorcerers, morbai psychopomp masters of healing and poisons, and knowledge-erasing agnoia aeons!

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

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Stuff I've always wanted

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So I've always wanted to have all Good/Neutral/Evil axis demigods fleshed outs and I've finally gotten that. Sure there are still some left that are still only mentioned only in bestiaries, but with this books, Primal Inevitables, Protean Lords, Psychopomp Ushers and the Monad finally have backstory info and other stuff :D

There are no class or feat options besides monitor obedience and proctor class in this nor is there items(artifact for Concordance of Rivals being absent is kinda weird, but it makes me hopeful it might appear in future AP or something), but that just means more room for flavor :D

I'm actually kinda surprised, but Primal Inevitables are now my favourite type of monitor lords. Machine gods have always been appealing to me, but reason I got into them was how as demigods of absolute law and order their areas of concerns are really mundane and structured. Like for example, one of missing ones was demigod of calendars.

My current ranking of monitor demigods is primal inevitabls > monad = psychopomp ushers > protean lords. Issue I have with proteans in general that as random shapeshifitng chaos beasts, they are ALL snakes with two legs, though third of the new introduced bestiary proteans finally strikes my fancy as while they still have serpentine shape, they are way more chaotic and weird looking than majority of other proteans.

In general, all of new bestiary monsters are great, flavorful and weird :D Only two of the proteans, while cool that they fill lower cr roles, seem kinda standard to me, rest of them are wonderfully weird to me.

I think thats good way to summarize this book, its wonderfully weird. All of monitor demigods are some of the most interesting neutral aligned deities in the whole game.

(plus Pharasma backstory is cool. Plus I'm now formulating conspiracy theory of there being two or three different Asmodeus and the one in hell just stole other ones' name as he is prince of lies)


Glad we got this before the edition change...

*****

It's a format Paizo has some experience with by now- the three volumes of the Book of the Damned, then the hardcover, the Chronicle of the Righteous- all the fingerprints of those books are on this one- but it's a more refined product than those earlier ones, benefiting from both greater experience- and more oddball subject matter.

The "monitors" (Monitor is to neutral outsider as Celestial is to good and Fiend is to evil) get codified a bit, and there, of course, some new faces, but the real meat of this sucker is in the various neutral-aligned Monitor demigod writeups.

Full disclosure: I'm a sucker for Psychopomps, so I found their Ushers the most engaging, but just about every category has something cool to run with.

It was also nice to see a bunch of demigods NOT saddled with Alignment domains for Clerics...


Lust for Gold? Power? Or were you just born with a heart full of neutrality?


Zapp: I hate these filthy Neutrals, Kif. With enemies you know where they stand but with Neutrals, who knows? It sickens me.

I have been waiting for this book be published for years now, and it finally arrived on my door step.

The largest part of the book is dedicated to exploring the various demigods that by and by cause reality in the pathfinder world to function (ensuring that gravity works and that atoms spin) and so far I have enjoyed this section. Much love was poured into making each of these leaders among psychopomps, proteans, inevitables, and aeons.

I found the bestiary very enjoyable and was quite happy to see my beloved harbingers of chaos getting some much needed love and attention by overtaking around half the bestiary all to themselves.

My only major gripes rest with the player options section of the book. The proctor prestige class stat-wise seems to be fairly balanced in power to the prestige classes found in the Book of Damned and the Chronicles of the Righteous, I found the class requirement of having to willingly turn down the aid of a celestial or fiend to be circumstantial at best. It seems rather detrimental to deliberately summon a CR10 good or evil outsider just to deliberately refuse it's aid to fulfill a class requirement, as immortals of any alignment can hold grudges lasting far longer than any mortal lifetime.

My other gripe with this section was that it did not contain any magical items that were themed for those with a heart the color of freshly poured cement. Particularly the absence of the in-game stats for the Concordance of Rivals artifact. The sister volumes of the works of Tabris have stats in their own books and I thought it a shame that this, one of the final published works for 1E was missing such an iconic detail. I'm sure I could create my own version to reflect the artifacts of the prior books with the power to smite those with extremism in their hearts and spells that reflect a soul tinted by the color of slate, but I still find this absence of the key detail to be a disappointment.

All in all, I find the book an enjoyable. There is honestly enough fluff and potential plot hooks in this book to keep me and my players busy as we prepare to continue the epic struggle between good and neutral.


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Are the morbai psychopomps the same thing as the mor psychopomps mentioned by name in PF47?


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Ooh, nice! I'd love to hear a little about the prestige class if anybody's got the time, means, and inclination. Thanks! Very excited to get my copy.

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So four protean lords, monad, four prime invetables... So does that mean there are 15 psychopomp ushers? Or are there other neutral demigods here too?


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Psiphyre wrote:

So... You've given us lists of the Primal Inevitables, Monad, & Protean Lords.

Could you also do one for the Psychopomp Ushers?

Please & thank you.

Carry on!

--C.

Psychopomp Ushers:

Atropos; the Last Sister (Fate, sleep, youth)

Barzahk; the Passage (Compasses, travelers, vigils)

Ceyannan; the Shepherd (Final words, lost souls, searches)

Dammar; the Denied (Liquor, luck, medicine)

Imot; the Symbol of Doom (Inevitability, mathematics, portents)

Mother Vulture; the Flesheater (Consumption, renewal, transformation)

Mrtyu; Death’s Consort (Poetry, trauma, war)

Narakaas; the Cleansing Sentence (Atonement, difficult choices, pain)

The Pale Horse; the Lash and the Plough (Beasts of burden, duty, revenge) - Note: Former daemon, possibly a Horseman (!)

Phlegyas; the Consoler of Atheists (Atheists, legacies, reincarnation)

Saloc; the Minder of Immortals (Agency, bronze, education)

Teshallas; the Primordial Poison (Aging, poison, venomous creatures)

Vale; the Court of Ancestors (Consequence, superstition, tradition)

Vavaalrav; the Steeple’s Skull (Gargoyles, holy ground, rest)

Vonymos; the Mourning Storm (Catastrophes, last stands, suicides)

CorvusMask wrote:
So four protean lords, monad, four prime invetables... So does that mean there are 15 psychopomp ushers? Or are there other neutral demigods here too?

Yes, there are 15 psychopomp ushers. Makes sense given Pharasma's cosmic significance.


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HTD wrote:
Are the morbai psychopomps the same thing as the mor psychopomps mentioned by name in PF47?

Uncertain, but quite likely. This requires a dev to answer.


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QuidEst wrote:
Ooh, nice! I'd love to hear a little about the prestige class if anybody's got the time, means, and inclination. Thanks! Very excited to get my copy.

OK, first I would like to address a mistake I made earlier:

Thomas Seitz wrote:
So...I don't suppose we'd get a feat listing?...

I replied there were no new feats. I forgot this:

Monitor Obedience:

This feat allows you to get the boons and benefits listed with each demi-gods entry for performing daily rituals.

Sorry about that! Now on to this:

Proctor—Prestige Class:

Proctors can be of any spell-casting class and be a minimum of 7th level (based on skill ranks) before proceeding. They need Alertness and Monitor Obedience as feats. They need to have met with a Monitor of the kind of the demi-god they worship and rejected the offer of aid from a somewhat powerful fiend or celestial to become one. They are guaranteed on death of becoming an aeon, inevitable, protean, or psychopomp (based on their god).

They exemplify an expression of which group they belong to at 2nd level, with the choices being Executors (usually tied to inevitables), Fosters (usually tied to psychopomps), Harmonizers (usually tied to the Monad), and Impulsives (usually tied to proteans). Each comes with an appropriate manner of behavior/mission and benefit.

As they rise in levels they gain abilities and boons based on their god entry and the higher level obedience boons listed there. The abilities of each proctor would be quite unique and very much in tune with the deity they worship.

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Hmm, come to think about it, I think Shadix Who Dreams is literally only previously mentioned psychopomp usher not explored in this article. I mean not a surprise since they were briefly mentioned in Thrushmoor Terror but still, I can't think of any other psychopomp usher that didn't get included.

So that is nice :D


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Protean Lords seem to be the most interesting of the bunch.

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And now we know the names
of those who plague Dou-Bral's waking dream
foes of the Survivor and The Eternal Rose
and now we know
THOSE WHO REMAIN

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I think I might have to buy this one.

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Gorbacz wrote:
I think I might have to buy this one.

It's really really yummy :3


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Rysky wrote:

And now we know the names

of those who plague Dou-Bral's waking dream
foes of the Survivor and The Eternal Rose
and now we know
THOSE WHO REMAIN

D-E-T-A-I-L-S!

I'm gonna spoiler tag my question just in case:

Now that we know:
That there was another multiverse and there's going to be a third one after, is there any mention of the Manasaputra? Surviving the destruction of the Multiverse is their whole thing.

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Patrick C. wrote:
Rysky wrote:

And now we know the names

of those who plague Dou-Bral's waking dream
foes of the Survivor and The Eternal Rose
and now we know
THOSE WHO REMAIN

D-E-T-A-I-L-S!

I'm gonna spoiler tag my question just in case:

** spoiler omitted **

Haven't seen anything specific yet.


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Feros wrote:
QuidEst wrote:
Ooh, nice! I'd love to hear a little about the prestige class if anybody's got the time, means, and inclination. Thanks! Very excited to get my copy.

OK, first I would like to address a mistake I made earlier:

Thomas Seitz wrote:
So...I don't suppose we'd get a feat listing?...

I replied there were no new feats. I forgot this:

** spoiler omitted **

Sorry about that! Now on to this:

** spoiler omitted **

Thank you! Those are some tricky flavor prerequisites, but that sounds very cool.

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Patrick C. wrote:
Rysky wrote:

And now we know the names

of those who plague Dou-Bral's waking dream
foes of the Survivor and The Eternal Rose
and now we know
THOSE WHO REMAIN

D-E-T-A-I-L-S!

I'm gonna spoiler tag my question just in case:

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
The previous incarnation of existence wasn't necessarily the first, and that means the one that comes next won't necessarily be the third... :-P
Dark Archive

I wonder if any of this explains that ominous text about number of incarnation and cycle that infernal contracts on material plane start with ._.

Then again, I don't know how:
devils would know about previous multiverses since they didn't survive them. And even if they did... Actually now I'm starting to wonder if Asmodeus and Ihys story was actually true in one of them :p


CorvusMask wrote:

I wonder if any of this explains that ominous text about number of incarnation and cycle that infernal contracts on material plane start with ._.

** spoiler omitted **

Maybe:
that's the sort of "dark knowledge" you can gleam from Those Who Remain (BTW, are those confirmed to be Azathoth, Nyarlathotep and the like?).

Alternatively, *some* beings survive from one multiverse to the next, like the aforementioned Manasaputras and their dark counterparts. It would perhaps make Pharasma less "unique", but that could be easily solved by saying it's a "different" sort of surviving - Pharasma survived as herself, while the others have to be "reborn".

Also, mean, James, mean.

spoiler:
And I did say a third, not the third. :P


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I really appreciate the monitor obediences being explicitly compatible with Evangelist and the other similar prestige classes. For one, Evangelist is much more compatible with Summoner, and having your demigod send an eidolon is pretty cool.


Feros wrote:
Proctors...

3/4 BAB & d8 hp?

Skill points?
2 good saves?

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This book is MAGNIFICENT. I feel its last words (and yes there is a Usher for those too) open the way for PF2 not by changing the universe as others have done but by changing how we see it.

Someone has loved their reading of Marvel's Earth X and made it theirs. EXCELLENT.

The Monad

Spoiler:
Unless I am mistaken, the Monad is the first native creature of this multiverse.

Asmodeus and Ihys

Spoiler:
happened in the current Multiverse. But is Hell's Asmodeus the same being ?

And where might the Seal be ?

Those who remain

Spoiler:
can be very easily interpreted as the Lovecraftian ones, but it is not written explicitely. Which means your GM has total freedom there

So many good things about the End Times too, and Pharasma's children

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Lemartes wrote:
Feros wrote:
Proctors...

3/4 BAB & d8 hp?

Skill points?
2 good saves?

Yes

2

Fortitude only


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Thanks Raven. :)

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The Raven Black wrote:

This book is MAGNIFICENT. I feel its last words (and yes there is a Usher for those too) open the way for PF2 not by changing the universe as others have done but by changing how we see it.

Someone has loved their reading of Marvel's Earth X and made it theirs. EXCELLENT.

The Monad ** spoiler omitted **

Asmodeus and Ihys ** spoiler omitted **

And where might the Seal be ?

Those who remain ** spoiler omitted **

So many good things about the End Times too, and Pharasma's children

I'm glad you've enjoyed those sections.

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Hmm...totally called it on Pale Horse! :D

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DeciusNero wrote:
Hmm...totally called it on Pale Horse! :D

Almost mentioned it too because it is also excellent. This book is a true cornucopia of great ideas and clues and hooks and inklings.

Really people, if you read this post, if you like Golarion and/or its Great Beyond and/or its cosmology, buy this and enjoy :-D

I was surprised that the Positive and Negative energy planes were almost never mentioned in the excerpts though.

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One of my favorite things about this book, and equally so about the prior books set around Tabris's in-world writings, is the use of excerpts written by Tabris. It opens up the lingering question of just how much do or even can you trust him, or perhaps trust his sources that fed him information.

The use of an unreliable or biased narrator when juxtaposed with the particular elements when Tabris's in-world writing contradicts certain elements of planar prehistory (such as the nature of the Abyss, a pre-existant Maelstrom, the manasaputras, the positive and negative energy planes largely not mentioned, etc)rather than being a problem, just opens up a certain delightful element of mystery that I adore.

The steps that you can take to resolve the apparent mutually exclusive bits of history written both in and out of game open up a lot of questions and plot hooks. I think folks have had a lot to work with for BotD, CotR, and now CoR to play around with in that regards! This book is a world-builder's dream, especially if you're a fan of Golarion's cosmology and a nerd about the lore therein. :D


The Raven Black wrote:
Those who remain ** spoiler omitted **

Oh, good, good. This is excellent.

I'm also satified with what the Monad turned out to be, but quite surprised about the Asmodeus and Ihys.

The Raven Black wrote:

Almost mentioned it too because it is also excellent. This book is a true cornucopia of great ideas and clues and hooks and inklings.

Really people, if you read this post, if you like Golarion and/or its Great Beyond and/or its cosmology, buy this and enjoy :-D

Oh, I'm definetly planning to! Just have to figure how to fit everything I wanna get this month in my budget, but this is definetly one of the top spots of the list.

The Raven Black wrote:
I was surprised that the Positive and Negative energy planes were almost never mentioned in the excerpts though.

Huh, that's curious. Tell me?

Spoiler:
Does the Prime Material gets destroyed and recreated with each iteration of the Multiverse, or only the Outer and Inner Planes get renewed, while the Material itself remains?

I ask this because JJ has once said (mentioned? mused?) that Outer Gods and Great Old Ones survive the destruction of the multiverse, and they are creatures of the Prime Material. Given that the Positive Plane is intrinsically tied to the Prime Material in PF's cosmology, maybe it survives each "hard reset" as well...

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Nada.

Spoiler:
Complete hard drive wipe. Assuming if that’s true that is.

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Todd Stewart wrote:
One of my favorite things about this book, and equally so about the prior books set around Tabris's in-world writings, is the use of excerpts written by Tabris. It opens up the lingering question of just how much do or even can you trust him, or perhaps trust his sources that fed him information.

I'm sure it was all true when he wrote it.

It's just that what's objectively 'true' has a disconcerting habit of changing, depending on the current value of the reality constant.

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I believe him. Because it makes everything everyone takes for granted so much scarier :-D


Awesome book! wonderful. Who should we thank for all this NEW stuff???

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The writers and the artists.


Rysky wrote:

Nada.

** spoiler omitted **

Thank you.

Interesting implications there.

GM PDK wrote:
Awesome book! wonderful. Who should we thank for all this NEW stuff???

AFAIK, John Compton did Aeons, Inevitables and the in-character bits and Todd Stewart did Proteans and Axiomites.

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GM PDK wrote:
Awesome book! wonderful. Who should we thank for all this NEW stuff???

Crystal Frasier, Todd Stewart, Ron Lundeen, and I wrote this book. From memory, these are the parts people worked on:

Crystal: Psychopomp ushers, psychopomp summary, and new psychopomps
Todd: Protean lords, protean summary, axiomite summary, new proteans
Ron: Monitor worship chapter, new aeons, new inevitables
John: Excerpts from the Concordance of Rivals, inevitables summary, aeons summary, the Monad, and primal inevitables

Artists include David Alvarez (cover), Nicolás Espinoza, Sammy Khalid, Gabriela  Marchioro, Alyssa McCarthy, and Javier Rodríguez. If a particular piece really grabbed your attention, we can look up who worked on it.

Development leads were Eleanor Ferron and Luis Loza.

As general advice—and not specifically here, as I know you might not have the book to reference yet—check out the credits pages of all the books you enjoy. The artists, authors, editors, developers, graphic designers, and company put a lot into these, and it’s always exciting to hear when our work’s appreciated (reviews are lovely). And this can help you learn which authors’ work especially excites you, helping point you to other works you might have missed but would otherwise enjoy.

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Rysky wrote:

Nada.

** spoiler omitted **

My interpretation was

Spoiler:
that when everything got destroyed the only thing that was left was basically hard vacuum at all spacial locations. What would one day be the physical location of the prime material plane. Basically just big old empty outer space. Forever in all directions. Also Pharasma, the Seal, and Outer Gods (Maybe the Dimension of time, since it has been implied that it IS an outer god).

I get the impression that around this localized vacuum the Big Lady P build up the various spheres of existence (inner and outer) and just happened to catch some of those that remain inside it. So basically you get a bubbly of vacuum (prime) surrounded by larger and larger bubbles of new planes. Out side the last bubble (the maelstrom/abyss) you have even more vacuum where more of those that remain live. Which is also basically just the Prime (hard vacuum) again, but with an infinite quintessence bubble of this multiverse floating in it.

When this reality eventually ends, it gets exposed to that hardest of vacuums, and pops like a bubble.

Edit: Also forgot to add. This is an amazing book, definitely in my top 5. Great job guys.

Dark Archive

So on less world shattering note (also I need to figure out way to time travel to future just so I can get this book and concentrate again :p ), did this book also come with artifact for Concordance of Rivals so you can now finally collect all three books?


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CorvusMask wrote:
So on less world shattering note (also I need to figure out way to time travel to future just so I can get this book and concentrate again :p ), did this book also come with artifact for Concordance of Rivals so you can now finally collect all three books?

No, but there is a reference by the Absalom archivist that the previous two volumes had gone missing before he got the manuscript. It is even hinted at that having all three together is highly unlikely to ever happen...

...make of that what you will. :)

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Oh noes

(ah well, chronicles of righteous artifact IS the censored version so technically you can't ever have all three artifacts together even though we do have rules for two of them :p )

But yeah, I hope thats hint there will be eventually be AP or plotline were all three books show up :D We already know who has the book of the damned


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Why isn't the Concordance of Rivals given stats?


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John Compton wrote:
Crystal Frasier, Todd Stewart, Ron Lundeen, and I wrote this book.

Kudos to you all. The book will provide inspiration and valuable resources for years to come!


James Jacobs wrote:
Patrick C. wrote:
Rysky wrote:

And now we know the names

of those who plague Dou-Bral's waking dream
foes of the Survivor and The Eternal Rose
and now we know
THOSE WHO REMAIN

D-E-T-A-I-L-S!

I'm gonna spoiler tag my question just in case:

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
So, there might be survivors from previous one(s)?
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Souls At War wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Patrick C. wrote:
Rysky wrote:

And now we know the names

of those who plague Dou-Bral's waking dream
foes of the Survivor and The Eternal Rose
and now we know
THOSE WHO REMAIN

D-E-T-A-I-L-S!

I'm gonna spoiler tag my question just in case:

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler omitted **

Possibly.


Can anyone share a little bit more detail about the protean lords that got detailed?


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StygianRose wrote:
Can anyone share a little bit more detail about the protean lords that got detailed?

They are all chaotic neutral (and thus all offer the Chaos domain and of course the Protean subdomain) and they are all genderfluid. I can't tell you any more until I get home and can check my physical book.


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I finally figured out something that's been poking my brain for a week: the illurishi protean is totally copping this fella's style! At first I'd just recognized the little green staff poking out of the scabbard, but once I made the link I noticed the whole outfit.

(Going with "this fella" for Wrath of the Righteous spoilers should anyone still be concerned about such a thing)

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Andrew Mullen wrote:

I finally figured out something that's been poking my brain for a week: the illurishi protean is totally copping this fella's style! At first I'd just recognized the little green staff poking out of the scabbard, but once I made the link I noticed the whole outfit.

(Going with "this fella" for Wrath of the Righteous spoilers should anyone still be concerned about such a thing)

Spoiler:
Voidworms that walk!
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Rysky wrote:
Andrew Mullen wrote:

I finally figured out something that's been poking my brain for a week: the illurishi protean is totally copping this fella's style! At first I'd just recognized the little green staff poking out of the scabbard, but once I made the link I noticed the whole outfit.

(Going with "this fella" for Wrath of the Righteous spoilers should anyone still be concerned about such a thing)

** spoiler omitted **

My next campaign is totally having a gaggle of voidworms or azuretzi (aka mockery wyrms) under a cloak, pretending to be an

spoilers:
ancient, terrible worm that walks. :D
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Todd Stewart wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Andrew Mullen wrote:

I finally figured out something that's been poking my brain for a week: the illurishi protean is totally copping this fella's style! At first I'd just recognized the little green staff poking out of the scabbard, but once I made the link I noticed the whole outfit.

(Going with "this fella" for Wrath of the Righteous spoilers should anyone still be concerned about such a thing)

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My next campaign is totally having a gaggle of voidworms or azuretzi (aka mockery wyrms) under a cloak, pretending to be an ** spoiler omitted **

Yessssssss


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David knott 242 wrote:
StygianRose wrote:
Can anyone share a little bit more detail about the protean lords that got detailed?

They are all chaotic neutral (and thus all offer the Chaos domain and of course the Protean subdomain) and they are all genderfluid. I can't tell you any more until I get home and can check my physical book.

Okay, the book doesn't actually mention any subdomains.

The protean lords are:

Il'surrish the Wanderer (Animal, Artifice, Chaos, Plant) lord of formlessness, loss of control, and potential

Narriseminek the Crownless, the Maker of Kings (Chaos, Knowledge, Liberation, Madness) lord of ascendance, keketars, and revelations

Ssila'meshnik the Colorless Lord (Chaos, Knowledge, Liberation, Trickery) lord of fate, freedom, and paradox

Ydajisk the Mother of Tongues (Chaos, Knowledge, Rune, Trickery) lord of language evolution, lost words, and slang


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Waaaiiiitttt....there's a demi-god of slang now?!?!

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