Pathfinder Kingmaker Bestiary (PFRPG)

Pathfinder Kingmaker Bestiary (PFRPG)

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From feral beasts to supernatural sprits from the realm of fey, the Kingmaker Adventure Path forces heroes to test their might against hundreds of foes—be they bandit lords, evil kings, or demigods. This book presents rules for over 200 monsters and villains, 45 traps and hazards, and seven companion NPCs presented with a low-level and mid-level stat block, making them suitable for play as adventuring companions or even pregenerated player characters—all compatible with any Pathfinder First Edition game. Designed to work alongside the new Kingmaker Adventure Path campaign book, this volume makes quick conversion of the campaign to Pathfinder First Edition a breeze! Challenge your heroes while playing through the Kingmaker Adventure Path, or populate a campaign entirely of your own design!

Written by: Russ Brown, Carlos Cabrera, Jeremy Corff, Joel Flank, Steven T. Helt, Victoria Jaczko, Jeff Lee, Tom McQueen, Jacob W. Michaels, Julian Neale, Jason Nelson, Justin Sluder, Margherita Tramontano, and Mike Welham.

ISBN-13: 978-1-64078-431-4

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This is the Bestiary for First Edition Pathfinder, right? (PFRPG)

Is there going to be a Kingmaker Bestiary that uses PF2 rules?

(hat tip to Ed Reppert for spotting this)

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Dancing Wind wrote:

This is the Bestiary for First Edition Pathfinder, right? (PFRPG)

Is there going to be a Kingmaker Bestiary that uses PF2 rules?

(hat tip to Ed Reppert for spotting this)

PFRPG means First Edition, yes. The main Second Edition Pathfinder Kingmaker Adventure Path has the monsters already in it, or references our 3 Bestiaries.


Aaron Shanks wrote:
The main Second Edition Pathfinder Kingmaker Adventure Path has the monsters already in it, or references our 3 Bestiaries.

Ah, that explains it. Thank you.

Grand Archive

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Yeah, this is mostly a "conversion guide" for the new hardcover book.


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Elfteiroh wrote:
Yeah, this is mostly a "conversion guide" for the new hardcover book.

Not really. It's just a bestiary with statblocks for all the creatures and characters from the adventure path book that do not yet have first edition stats.

For a real conversion guide, you would need replacements or guidelines for skill checks and saving throw DCs, treasure and so on.


Will this have full write-ups for the monsters?

Grand Archive

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Zaister wrote:
Elfteiroh wrote:
Yeah, this is mostly a "conversion guide" for the new hardcover book.

Not really. It's just a bestiary with statblocks for all the creatures and characters from the adventure path book that do not yet have first edition stats.

For a real conversion guide, you would need replacements or guidelines for skill checks and saving throw DCs, treasure and so on.

What I mostly meant when I said that was that the monsters here are expected to be used for this AP, like it's not perfectly clear in this book that the

creature encountered at high level:
fetches

encountered here are specifically higher level than average and are not representative of the average power level of these creatures, but in the full book it is. So using this book disconnected from the context could create misunderstandings, as I have already seen in some parts of the community. And using the term "bestiary" in the title did bring some people to expect this to be a general-usage bestiary, even if it's linked to the Kingmaker AP.
(Well, yes you can, but again, the creatures presented here are specifically set at these power levels to fit the specific narrative of the AP, so that need to be understood.)

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HERE THERE BE MONSTERS!
From feral beasts to supernatural spirits from the realm of fey, the Pathfinder Kingmaker Adventure Path forces heroes to test their might against hundreds of foes—be they bandit lords, evil kings, or demigods. The Kingmaker Bestiary (First Edition) presents rules for many monsters and villains, along with traps, hazards, and potential allies compatible with any Pathfinder First Edition game. Challenge your heroes while playing through Kingmaker or a campaign of your own design!

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Table of Contents:

INTRODUCTION..................................................4
CHAPTER 1: BESTIARY........................................8
CHAPTER 2: NPC CODEX ................................ 66
CHAPTER 3: HAZARDS AND TRAPS............... 134
CHAPTER 4: COMPANIONS............................ 142

There is also a Alphabetical Listing of Bestiary Entries and a Content Warning:

The Pathfinder Kingmaker Adventure Path, Pathfinder Kingmaker Bestiary (5E), Pathfinder Kingmaker Bestiary (First Edition), and Pathfinder Kingmaker Companion Guide contain typical Pathfinder action and adventure, player options, creatures, and more. They also include content related to child abuse and neglect, graphic depictions of torture and violence, substance abuse, and other themes that are appropriate for more mature audiences. Before you run this adventure or use any of the supplementary sourcebooks, understand that consent from everyone at the table—including the players and the Game Master—is vital to a safe and fun play experience. You should talk with your players before beginning the adventure and modify descriptions or events as appropriate.


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Purchased! Can't wait to see the first new/old/revised PF1 content in years.

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