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In the Inner Sea, the presence of the divine isn't merely an idea—it's a fact! In Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods, you'll get a detailed look at the most popular gods of the Inner Sea region. From an overview of how divinities interact with the mortal realms and the rules that they follow among themselves, Inner Sea Gods presents expanded options for followers of entities benign and baleful (and in between). Three new prestige classes—the evangelist, exalted, and sentinel—are granted boons to aid them in battle and spread the word of their god, while the day-to-day duties of priests, religious holidays, and examples of churches, shrines, and temples are presented. Aphorisms such as Abadar's "This Can Help Us All" or Desna's "Feet Are For Walking" flesh out these deities for use by your character, but that's just the beginning of what's in Inner Sea Gods!

Each of the 20 main gods in Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods provides a list of thematic archetypes, feats, magic items, spells, and traits for the faithful, planar allies and servitors to call upon in dire need. Paladin (and antipaladin) codes, variant spellcasting, feats such as Fateful Channel, Ordered Mind, and Sun Striker, new subdomains, rules for consecrated altars, magic items, and tables listing archdevils, empyreal lords, infernal dukes, racial deities are in this book—over 300 pages of new material to flesh out the faiths of the Inner Sea!

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is it just me or does it seem that spamming the boards here has increased in the past few months.

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Makes me wonder if he is related to Baba Yaga?


The smitter wrote:
is it just me or does it seem that spamming the boards here has increased in the past few months.

Derp.

In other news: the 'Dieties and Demigods' of Paizo. At last.


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Did I miss something about pricing? I thought the PDFs for all of Paizo's books were $10.

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Alzrius wrote:
Did I miss something about pricing? I thought the PDFs for all of Paizo's books were $10.

+1 to that question.


I think it's supposed to be "Kneel Before Zod".
But you guys can edit that, right?


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godsDMit wrote:
Alzrius wrote:
Did I miss something about pricing? I thought the PDFs for all of Paizo's books were $10.
+1 to that question.

That's true of the main line of hardcover rulebooks and the Inner Sea World Guide, since those materials are the core components of the game and setting; likely, the rulebooks are priced as such since their OGL contents are made available for free on the PRD and the low pdf price encourages people to pay for content that well eventually be free. The ISWG probably is priced as a loss-leader to encourage people to play in Golarion and purchase the various Campaign Setting and Adventure Path products. Since Inner Sea Gods isn't a rules hardcover or a basic introduction to the setting, its pdf is priced as other books in the Campaign Setting line: 30% less than the hardcover cost. This is also how the pdf of Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition was priced.

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agnelcow wrote:
godsDMit wrote:
Alzrius wrote:
Did I miss something about pricing? I thought the PDFs for all of Paizo's books were $10.
+1 to that question.
That's true of the main line of hardcover rulebooks and the Inner Sea World Guide, since those materials are the core components of the game and setting; likely, the rulebooks are priced as such since their OGL contents are made available for free on the PRD and the low pdf price encourages people to pay for content that well eventually be free. The ISWG probably is priced as a loss-leader to encourage people to play in Golarion and purchase the various Campaign Setting and Adventure Path products. Since Inner Sea Gods isn't a rules hardcover or a basic introduction to the setting, its pdf is priced as other books in the Campaign Setting line: 30% less than the hardcover cost. This is also how the pdf of Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition was priced.

agnelcow has the right of it.

Goatlord wrote:

I think it's supposed to be "Kneel Before Zod".

But you guys can edit that, right?

Musical reference. :D


I thought it was a Star Gate reference. Where the Goa'uld demanded that the Jaffa should kneel before them.

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The NPC wrote:
I thought it was a Star Gate reference. Where the Goa'uld demanded that the Jaffa should kneel before them.

Why not both? :D


Liz Courts wrote:
The NPC wrote:
I thought it was a Star Gate reference. Where the Goa'uld demanded that the Jaffa should kneel before them.
Why not both? :D

I cannot refute your logic. Make it so.


Is anyone else missing your apendex section?


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Well the pdf is more expensive because the book is a bit more expensive.
But then it is a 300 pages book and along the lines of some others there.

Really looking forward to read that one and afterwards be able to fill my games with more superstition, rituals, pietistic sayings and other stuff making Golarion more colorful.

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