Pathfinder Lost Omens: Knights of Lastwall

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Fulfill your oath! When the armies of the Whispering Tyrant marched on Lastwall, the keeps and cities may have fallen, but its people and their spirit did not falter! Lost Omens Knights of Lastwall takes a detailed look at the knights that took up arms to continue the fight against the undead hordes and evils that roam the world. This book presents information on the Knights of Lastwall organization, from joining the ranks, to knightly training, to the missions to protect the innocent and defeat evil. The book also features new rules content including new equipment, magic items, spells, and support for Knights of Lastwall archetypes for players who want to play a knight in their campaigns!

Written by: Jessica Catalan, Banana Chan, Ryan Costello, Katina Davis, Alastor Guzman, Ron Lundeen, Ianara Natividad, Erin Roberts, Ashton Sperry, and Isabelle Thorne

ISBN-13: 978-1-64078-413-0

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I No Longer Hate Paladins!

5/5

One of the best I'd give it 10 stars if I could!

Personally I love the artwork for Shelyn and seeing all the other deities ready to throw down.

Congrats to everyone involved, I no longer hate paladins!


Replacing Mwangi Expanse as my favorite Lost Omens book

5/5

I've been looking forward to this one since it was announced, and I was not disappointed! The book goes to considerable lengths to avoid creating a setting full of stereotypes--the knights aren't all just Lawful Stupid absurdly rigid archetypes, there's a lot of space for many types of characters. There's a focus on preserving goodness in the face of horror and constant conflict.

The content for the Crimson Oath is delightful, as are the new pantheons. I would have liked to have seen some more explicit plot hooks built into the descriptions, it is pretty vague in a lot of places but I think Paizo hasn't fully pinned down what they want to do with the Gravelands yet and that's okay.

My new favorite Lost Omens book!


1/5


The anti-Book of the Dead

4/5

Kind of an all-purpose "Gravelands splat" that somehow works pretty well.

This book shows signs of a lot of hands in it - and some authors aren't really on board with the Crusader spirit, watering down the final product with mealy-mouthed text about ehhhhh they don't go TOO crazy and they're actually not zealots, really, please like us. But that can easily be dismissed and omitted from your own home game.


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CottonWolf wrote:
keftiu wrote:
So... do we think the Crimson Reclaimers are working for Ragathiel, Arazni, a weird Pantheon of both, or something else?
I think there's a good chance that, whoever the Crimson Reclaimers think they're working for, they're wrong.

It's Aroden obviously.


Totally Not Gorbacz wrote:
Berselius wrote:
I'm hoping this manual will reveal that Keren Rhinn and her wife Zae are still alive and what they've been up to since the fall of Lastwall.
Bringing back Gabrielle Harbowy to write something Pathfinder-related is always a good idea.

YESSSSSSSS! ^m^


The-Magic-Sword wrote:
CottonWolf wrote:
keftiu wrote:
So... do we think the Crimson Reclaimers are working for Ragathiel, Arazni, a weird Pantheon of both, or something else?
I think there's a good chance that, whoever the Crimson Reclaimers think they're working for, they're wrong.
It's Aroden obviously.

Could it be Ragathiel? o_O


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Yup, this way we find out finally that Ragathiel was CE all along.

BLOOD FOR THE GOD OF BLOOD, SKULLS FOR THE THRONE OF...


Totally Not Gorbacz wrote:

Yup, this way we find out finally that Ragathiel was CE all along.

BLOOD FOR THE GOD OF BLOOD, SKULLS FOR THE THRONE OF...

But...the Crimson Reclaimers are good in alignment right? I mean, their fighting a shadow war against one of the most horrific evils the Inner Sea has ever known (aka the Whispering Tyrant) to reclaim their fallen Kingdom...right?

Liberty's Edge

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I believe they are Good, but TBH any alignment would work for Fighting a shadow war against the Mythic Lich to reclaim your fallen kingdom.

Dark Archive

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Totally Not Gorbacz wrote:
Berselius wrote:
I'm hoping this manual will reveal that Keren Rhinn and her wife Zae are still alive and what they've been up to since the fall of Lastwall.
Bringing back Gabrielle Harbowy to write something Pathfinder-related is always a good idea.

I think Isabelle has also done a fantastic job with Lastwall stuff, both flavour- and mechanics-wise! :)

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Yeah Isabelle has been fantastic

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Thirded, Isabelle isa boss.

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keftiu wrote:
So, obligatory conversation starter: who would your Knight of Lastwall PC be?

Mine is the younger sister of the Captain of Castle Everstand. Was training to be his Castellan, but then the Radiant Fire happened.

Gave up Iomedae worshipping because of the whole thing. Had several nervous breakdowns before taking a trip to Holomog to recover, and coming across Mazludeh (who much better fits with her ethos; from preventing infighting because it distracts from the cause, to the best offense being an untouchable defense, and home is where the heart is) and becoming a Champion of that deity.

Anthe Gauntwood is out there shield-bashing her way back to her legacy!

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I should mention that's my 2nd PC from Lastwall, my first was my 1e Angelfire Apostle of Sarenrae, Rose. Rose is an effective wielder of the puppy dog eyes of pleading, and the "I'm not mad, I'm disappointed" voice.

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So excited for more info! *bounces happily in anticipation of next year*

Wayfinders

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During GenCon we found out that this will feature additional options for non-KoL (but still adjacent) archetypes, such as marshal and cavalier, so that's fun.


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Any addition to the marshal archetype probably decreases chances for a warlord class :(

Dark Archive

I’m very excited about this book. What is even better (for my Gravelands campaign) is that this follows in the footsteps of Book of the Dead! More undead + more lore on Knights; what else do I need? :D

Dark Archive

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Is the book going to list actual knight hierarchy, meaning ranks and titles? I hope so, and also would love to see a lot of information on ”pre-Gravelands” era knight chapters/orders, such as the one featured so prominently on Oblivion Oath. Jason seemed to imply that are literally dozens (if not even hundreds) of different factions/orders within the Knights of Ozem. It’d be amazing if this book detailed at least the most eccentric and obscure ones (i.e. the ”most interesting ones" from a GM’s perspective): their history, customs, heraldry, and order-specific items, archetypes, feats and rituals.

It’d also be great if the art in this book featured rank insignia, coats-of-arms of Lastwall's major noble families and heraldry of various Knight orders/factions (symbols and badges).

Naturally, considering the nature of this book, I’d expect to get descriptions of uniforms, too; for example, how rank and awards are displayed, how different factions/chapters/orders display their badge, differences in Knight and Lastwall military uniforms (if any), and so on.

Speaking of that, I’m honestly a bit confused about how the Lastwall military worked, and what role did the Knights have in it, especially in relation to the ”other branches” of the armed forces. Was it as a separate organization akin to special forces, as commanders to ground forces and/or cavalry, or was it something else? Also, was the Lastwall cavalry part of the Knights, or the Knights part of the Lastwall cavalry? And yet, did the Lastwall cities have city guard or city watch forces, or did the Knights and/or the Lastwall army handle those responsibilities?

Finally, a short city guide + a map of Vellumis (and any other remaining Knight strongholds) would be fantastic. :)


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I have been reading what I can about the Knights of Lastwall and am getting excited about this book. Hopefully we will see what other divine powers are interested in helping and sponsoring these knights.


I am playing a paladin of Ragathiel right now that wants to go into the archetypes, reclaimant so far.


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*CHIVALRY INTENSIFIES*
cant wait for some marshal and cavalier stuff


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Hoping that I get to find out what happened to Castle Everstand. It was such a cool place, it would be a shame to let it just be an overrun undead haven now.


Leon Aquilla wrote:
Hoping that I get to find out what happened to Castle Everstand. It was such a cool place, it would be a shame to let it just be an overrun undead haven now.

I concur.


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Hoping some Arazni love sneaks into this one.


Looks interesting, I'll look for this for the new toys if nothing else. I'm still hoping Ustalav or Numeria will get some love but that's me.


Kodyax wrote:
Looks interesting, I'll look for this for the new toys if nothing else. I'm still hoping Ustalav or Numeria will get some love but that's me.

Smart money’s on the Impossible Lands coming next - though bits of Geb can be ripped off for Ustalav, and likewise the Mana Wastes for Numeria.

I’d gladly welcome some Numeria love in 2e.


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keftiu wrote:
Kodyax wrote:
Looks interesting, I'll look for this for the new toys if nothing else. I'm still hoping Ustalav or Numeria will get some love but that's me.

Smart money’s on the Impossible Lands coming next - though bits of Geb can be ripped off for Ustalav, and likewise the Mana Wastes for Numeria.

I’d gladly welcome some Numeria love in 2e.

Impossible Lands is definitely coming soon. One of the Paizo staff accidentally revealed it during GenCon when they mentioned something related to that book and they named the Impossible Lands book during the stream. I think it was during the AP stream, if I remember correctly. I'm guessing they are holding off on announcing it officially until PaizoCon '22.


That’s why the smart money is on that guess, yes :p


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I'm interested in an Impossible Lands book, but the ones I am truly after is The Broken Lands and Saga Lands books, the northern regions of Avistan are some of my favorite.

Of course, if the Immpossible Lands details some of the nations south of Geb, like I don't know Holomog, I'd be VERY interested.

My Dream book though is Southern Garund, because PaiZO KEEPS TEASING ME WITH DROON!


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VerBeeker wrote:

I'm interested in an Impossible Lands book, but the ones I am truly after is The Broken Lands and Saga Lands books, the northern regions of Avistan are some of my favorite.

Of course, if the Immpossible Lands details some of the nations south of Geb, like I don't know Holomog, I'd be VERY interested.

My Dream book though is Southern Garund, because PaiZO KEEPS TEASING ME WITH DROON!

We’re getting some more Holomog in Blood Lords, I believe! But I’ll take any Southern Garund I can get.


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I know this isn't promised but I'm thinking of how an Impossible Lands book could be on the level of the Mwangi Expanse book, because arguably there is a lot less when it comes to nation wise to go over, but it would be interesting if it had sections on Ghorans, and the races mentioned in the Vudra Dossier in the Sixty Feet Under part of the Agents of Edgewatch AP for Jalmeray.


This looks cool

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Back cover text:

"Take up arms!
When the lich Tar-Baphon escaped from his prison, he destroyed the vigilant nation of Lastwall. Though its cities fell, the people of Lastwall didn’t falter! Knights of Lastwall takes a detailed look at the courageous knights who rose up to continue the fight against the undead hordes threatening the world. This book contains information on joining the knights, details on important members of the organization, new options for knightly characters, and details for playing a valiant, knightly campaign!"


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Pathfinder Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

I have a player who is going to be *stoked* to have more options for playing a knight, whatever form they take.


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Not that interested in this one myself personally but I know a friend will love this so I might get it as a very late B-Day gift.


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Very eager to see some of those undead we know are among the Knights' ranks. I'm glad we're getting some more non-Evil undead in 2e.


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Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Will we be able to start a Lost Omens subscription with this book soon? :)


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I am so very much looking forward to this one -- our 1ED campaign centered on the world wound and the surrounding areas, it will be just epic to return to Lastwall in 2E style!

Paizo Employee Marketing & Media Manager

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AUTHORS
Jessica Catalan, Ron Lundeen, and Isabelle Thorne

ADDITIONAL WRITING
Banana Chan, Ryan Costello, Katina Davis, Alastor Guzman, Ianara Natividad, Erin Roberts, and Ashton Sperry

DEVELOPMENT LEADS
Eleanor Ferron and Luis Loza

DESIGN LEAD
Mark Seifter

EDITING LEAD
Avi Kool

EDITORS
Janica Carter, Patrick Hurley, Avi Kool, Ianara Natividad, K. Tessa Newton, Simone D. Sallé, Shay Snow

COVER ARTIST
Ekaterina Burmak

INTERIOR ARTISTS
Hazem Ameen, Gislaine Avila, Oleg Bulatnikov, Taylor Fischer, Rob McCaleb, Will O’Brien, Vladislav Orlowski, Ian Perks, Christoph Peters, Sandra Posada, Ainur Salimova, Leonardo Santanna, Elisa Serio, and Jessé Suursoo

ART DIRECTION
Sonja Morris and Sarah E. Robinson

GRAPHIC DESIGN
Sonja Morris

CREATIVE DIRECTOR
James Jacobs

DIRECTOR OF GAME DEVELOPMENT
Adam Daigle

PUBLISHER
Erik Mona

Silver Crusade

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Isabelle getting a lead author credit on this makes me incredibly happy!


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Thanks Aaron!

Silver Crusade

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Cori Marie wrote:
Isabelle getting a lead author credit on this makes me incredibly happy!

Woohoo!


Will we get stats from some of the knights mentioned in previous books?


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Cori Marie wrote:
Isabelle getting a lead author credit on this makes me incredibly happy!

I'm sold.


Can we hear the chapter titles?

Dark Archive

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Great to see Isabelle having a major role as an author, it makes me really happy, too! :)


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keftiu wrote:
Can we hear the chapter titles?

Chapter 1: The Knights of Lastwall

Chapter 2: The Knights of Ozem
Chapter 3: The Dark Knights
Chapter 4: The Dark Knights Return
Chapter 5: Knights of the Round
Chapter 6: Knights of the Living Dead


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Chapter 7: Taladega Knights


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Feros wrote:
Chapter 7: Taladega Knights

Now I gotta go stat out Ricky Bobby.


As far as we know has this been delayed?


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Feros wrote:
Chapter 7: Taladega Knights

(K)nights into Dreams

Ninety-Nine (K)nights
Five (K)nights at Tar-Baphon's
(K)night of the Living (K)nightmare
Shovel Knights, Hollow Knights, Meta Knights (Oh my!)


Terevalis Unctio of House Mysti wrote:
As far as we know has this been delayed?

I'm guessing from the fact that Ly'ualdre is posting chapter titles that the pdf has gone out to subscribers, so I would imagine no. They've never distributed the pdf before they were ready to distribute the physical copies.


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Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Thesre are not real chapter titles.. At least I don't think so.


I think that the presented chapter titles are supposed to be humorous.

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