Poll: What part of Pathfinder do you want to know more about?


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I would love a book on Arcadia, and the First World. Would also love to see an AP take place in the First World. Because Fey stuff needs more love, IMO.


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I'd like a little more detail on the other worlds of Pathfinder. I feel like we only have a stub for them but what we have is interesting. If I can only have one, I'd like Verces or Castrovel.


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Wow, two different people in a row that I agree with, strange doesn't happen very often;)

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I'd like to learn more about the regions that have yet to receive detailed splatbooks or adventures. I'd like to learn what's going on on the other hemisphere of Golarion. I only know of Miang and not much else besides it's Asian feel. I'd also like to learn about the other planets. This is where some really diverse and different settings could be explored. One of those planets could even be used to serve a "Dark Sun" setting for those of us still waiting for something like that. I had hoped Akiton would serve that purpose (it seems interesting enough) but there are still several others that can, as well. We don't need anymore supplements for Varisia when other lesser-known regions could use some attention. Only a fraction of this world and universe have been explored. I want to know more!


Rob Rose wrote:
I'd like to learn more about the regions that have yet to receive detailed splatbooks or adventures. I'd like to learn what's going on on the other hemisphere of Golarion. I only know of Miang and not much else besides it's Asian feel. I'd also like to learn about the other planets. This is where some really diverse and different settings could be explored. One of those planets could even be used to serve a "Dark Sun" setting for those of us still waiting for something like that. I had hoped Akiton would serve that purpose (it seems interesting enough) but there are still several others that can, as well. We don't need anymore supplements for Varisia when other lesser-known regions could use some attention. Only a fraction of this world and universe have been explored. I want to know more!

I don't know what Miang is but if you're talking about Tian Xia then look no further than Dragon Empires Gazetteer and Dragon Empires Primer

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Larkos wrote:
Rob Rose wrote:
I'd like to learn more about the regions that have yet to receive detailed splatbooks or adventures. I'd like to learn what's going on on the other hemisphere of Golarion. I only know of Miang and not much else besides it's Asian feel. I'd also like to learn about the other planets. This is where some really diverse and different settings could be explored. One of those planets could even be used to serve a "Dark Sun" setting for those of us still waiting for something like that. I had hoped Akiton would serve that purpose (it seems interesting enough) but there are still several others that can, as well. We don't need anymore supplements for Varisia when other lesser-known regions could use some attention. Only a fraction of this world and universe have been explored. I want to know more!
I don't know what Miang is but if you're talking about Tian Xia then look no further than Dragon Empires Gazetteer and Dragon Empires Primer

That's what I meant. Between the language being called Minkai and a good old-fashioned brain fart on my end, I somehow came up with Miang. Doh!


Rob Rose wrote:
Larkos wrote:
Rob Rose wrote:
I'd like to learn more about the regions that have yet to receive detailed splatbooks or adventures. I'd like to learn what's going on on the other hemisphere of Golarion. I only know of Miang and not much else besides it's Asian feel. I'd also like to learn about the other planets. This is where some really diverse and different settings could be explored. One of those planets could even be used to serve a "Dark Sun" setting for those of us still waiting for something like that. I had hoped Akiton would serve that purpose (it seems interesting enough) but there are still several others that can, as well. We don't need anymore supplements for Varisia when other lesser-known regions could use some attention. Only a fraction of this world and universe have been explored. I want to know more!
I don't know what Miang is but if you're talking about Tian Xia then look no further than Dragon Empires Gazetteer and Dragon Empires Primer
That's what I meant. Between the language being called Minkai and a good old-fashioned brain fart on my end, I somehow came up with Miang. Doh!

No worries. I actually double checked it to be sure.

Pedantic Correction: Master, it's called Tian-Min.


Thomas LeBlanc wrote:
The island is Hermea.

Annnnndddd... Why haven't they put out an adventure path or novel about it yet? Hmmm? That's something I would spend money on!

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I want to know more about the art and culture of Golarion.

Who are the major figures of art history? Is there a Shakespeare equivalent? What are the major movements? What plays/books/songs/etc... are the most popular, and which ones are part of the "high culture" canon?

Basically, I want an Inner Sea Art splatbook. I know it's kind of a fringe interest, so I doubt it will happen. Doesn't change that I want it though :D

A book on Taldor structured like Rule of Fear would be brilliant, too.


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I would love an Ap centered around the 5 kings mountains AND / OR retaking Urgir by the dwarves. Could even be epic.

In general I think Golarion needs more focus on something a tad different from only human APs, moving the focus slightly to what the other races are doing on Golarion (doesn't mean I want a "demi human AP" I just want more focus on the other races.


No way the stunty dwarves could ever retake Urgir from the Orcs. They're too weak a race, and Orcs are too strong.


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Major_Blackhart wrote:
No way the stunty dwarves could ever retake Urgir from the Orcs. They're too weak a race, and Orcs are too strong.

You know that all dwarves did during the "quest for sky" from start to finish was "kicking orc asses", right? The Orcs emerged on Golarion because they were running from the dwarves... so if that happened back then I don't see why history can't repeat itself...

I know you are probably joking, I just think an AP based on the dwarves wish to retake their old citadel would be fun and suitably epic. That or an AP based on the 6th king, Daralathyx (in my mind something similar to the role Deathwing had in WoW... what if the Daralathyx we know was just an ASPECT of something much more powerful bent to become destruction incarnate?)


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Heroic Good LG, NG and CG black male gods, both Mwangi and Garundi and by black I don't mean dark arabic. I mean black looking with wiry hair and brown skin - undeniably black and not just some "who cares" Mwangi nature god. Gods who matter to the setting.

And the return of at least one Sky city from Garund


I'd like to see more Brevoy stuff actually.


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I'd love to see some more detail on the ancient frozen ruins of a civilization that pre-dates the Azlanti and Aboleths. I find the idea of something that ancient a little terrifying and REALLY interesting. Anything on the the upper frozen wasteland that's above the Crown of the World would make pretty happy actually.

But yeah, older than ancient ruins in a place that's virtually uninhabitable? I'd buy that.

Link for the interested. It was referenced from the Inner Sea World Guide 206-207.


Nothing predates the Aboleths. They are our masters who control everything.


Amaziah Hadithi wrote:

Heroic Good LG, NG and CG black male gods, both Mwangi and Garundi and by black I don't mean dark arabic. I mean black looking with wiry hair and brown skin - undeniably black and not just some "who cares" Mwangi nature god. Gods who matter to the setting.

And the return of at least one Sky city from Garund

Something like this

http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/1-cornelius-lewis.html


I would love a source book on the First World, one that goes in depth on the other worlds, and maybe one on what exists in other solar systems. Including how to get to those places.

I would also like a sourcebook on fashion, just for the fun of it and to see how magic affects daily clothes and technology.

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I'd like a sort of Inner Sea Combat supplement that focuses less on individual combatants and more on larger military groups. How are the armies of nations like Cheliax and Taldor organized? What equipment is standard for the average soldier? What are their tactics like? If I want to play a soldier from a particular place, what would I look like/act like? What were famous battles in the region like Cannae, Teutoberg Wald, Alesia and Watling Street in Europe?

I know Pathfinder's less a wargame and more a roleplaying game, but I've got Total War: Rome II on the brain.


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Gary Teter wrote:

What part of Pathfinder do you want to know more about?

And should this be a multiple-choice poll?

Gods (but not their religion, the gods and their home plane!)

Planes
Their domains
History of Creation
Celestial ranks (like book of the damned for celestials)
Alkenstar
Detailed MAIN planes gazeteers. (not new planes, honestly don't care about other worlds in the material plane)

Alsooo...More mass combat :}

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More Mythos content, including a 15th level adventure set in Leng.


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Outer Planes

the gods planar realms

nex

new celestials

romance in the inner sea


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I'd actually like to know if there are any non-evil orcs anywhere on Golarion.


Orcs? Probably not. Personally, I'm working on making the deific obedience viable with Orc God Pantheon found in the Inner Sea Gods.


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I want a Pronunciation Guide. I want one for the whole of the Pathfinder RPG product line (including APs, campaign setting, fiction... everything) and for Pathfinder Society materials.

Perhaps the former can be part of the PFSRD and the latter be under the PFS Player and/or GM Resources pages.


I would love a book devoted to each of the human races! We've had the nation books but one with more about the individual peoples would be excellent. Taldan is my favorite flavor ;) I would really like to see more on Casmaron as well. Ancient empires, buried secrets etc. The secret archaeologist in me is dying to go start digging.


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I need to know the logistics of the Shadow Plane. How does the "reflection of the Material Plane" thing work with people living on and (presumably) trying to build their own civilization. Was Shadow Absalom built or did it spring up because of Material Absalom.

I don't get it at all, man.


Oh yeah, and when is the Valeros swim suit edition coming out???? ;) :D :D :D


WitchyTangles wrote:
Oh yeah, and when is the Valeros swim suit edition coming out???? ;) :D :D :D

A girl CAN dream, yes?

There are a bunch of older nations, ruined and lost places down around the tip of Garund that could use more exploration.

I'm really detail oriented so the more color the better imho

Grand Lodge

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Brevoy, for a place known to produce supposedly the best swordhands in all the Inner Sea, you'd think we'd know more than "it's GoT light + swordpact."

Also what exactly is the swordpact?


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I want a FULL sourcebook on the Dragon Empires. The piddly litte Gazateer and Primer are not enough. Give us a full book on it please, with info on major NPCs, heros villians, cities and such.


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Casmaron would be awesome.


Rare/Obscure/Dead languages of the Inner Sea region and various institutions/people linked with them (information on cults attempting to resurrect Thassilon or Azlant, for instance, or ancient mummies with different goals than Hakotep or the Dominion of the Black, or whatever language is spoken in Jaundelay and a group trying to summon the Oliphaunt again). Really, I'd like an Inner Sea Dead Languages Primer Thing, but I realize that dead languages on their own need something else to make them a product someone other than a guy who's got a minor fascination with linguistics would buy.

Lantern Lodge

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Please give us more about the other parts of the world of Golarion, especially the continent of Casmaron and southern Garund. I know more about the rest of the solar system thanks to Distant Worlds than I do about Golarion itself.


If I could put in my two cents, I'd ask for more information on the cities of Golarion. There's a bit of a gap in urban adventures if you ask me.

In that sort of vein, I would also want to know more on the Grand Duchy of Alkenstar.

Dark Archive

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I dunno if this has been said yet, but I'd really like a "Technology of Golarion" type book, not like the equipment guide. More of a book that shows what inventors there are, how they combine magic, alchemy, and science along with a kind of science-fantasy adventure where you are part of a large academy that does secret projects and research studies on subjects like time travel, magic powered warp drives, and improvements to the living conditions of the average commoner.


http://paizo.com/products/btpy95d2?Pathfinder-Campaign-Setting-Technology-G uide

Pssst!!!!

:D

Grand Lodge

THE SPIRE OF NEX

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Really,

It's pretty obvious (has been for several years) that Mona either will never be able to do this "properly" or just isn't that interested in doing it afterall.

But it's the Undermountain to Waterdeep; the Ptolus megadungeon to Ptolus;... the Castle Grayhawk to Greyhawk.

Mona needs to walk away from it and allow someone slse to do it if he can't. Or just do it himself like he intended back in, what, '07?

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W E Ray wrote:
THE SPIRE OF NEX

The Spire of Nex is just a megadungeon, like Thornkeep or Emerald Spire. While it would be nice to get a megadungeon each year (pretty please!), I am sure there are more unique areas than another tower adventure. Crimson Citadel, Silver Mount (Iron Gods maybe?), Pit of Gormuz, or the Lost Temple all spring to mind.

Dark Archive

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Geb and Nex, then.

Dark Archive

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Casmaron and the rest of Garund. Even if they're just gazetteers like Tian Xia was.

Also, more expansion on Tia Xia would be nice ;)


Arcadia.

I'll tell you what part I do not want to know more about; The Dominion of the Black. And here's why; in my home game, the Dominion is mind flayers. Paizo can't use ilithids so I'd prefer the Dominion remain a mystery because they're the perfect place for a DM to independently insert ilithids into the setting


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I'd love some updated info on the underdark and the Vaults


The economy, I want to see how the world is affected by readily available magic and large bodies of pious church goers with direct commandments. Druids in every village/travelling around for plant growth?

How do prices stay so static when there seems to just be an exponential increase in goods produced a wizard can create more than they could ever possibly consume.

Really interests me because as far as I'm aware no one seems to have acknowledged there even is magic in the world from a peasants perspective.

I mean what kind of demographic split are we talking between those with class levels/npc levels and 0th level npcs

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RMcD wrote:

The economy, I want to see how the world is affected by readily available magic and large bodies of pious church goers with direct commandments. Druids in every village/travelling around for plant growth?

How do prices stay so static when there seems to just be an exponential increase in goods produced a wizard can create more than they could ever possibly consume.

Really interests me because as far as I'm aware no one seems to have acknowledged there even is magic in the world from a peasants perspective.

I mean what kind of demographic split are we talking between those with class levels/npc levels and 0th level npcs

Demographics you say?

That's not official, but it's based on the Settlement Rules, which are, andit matches up pretty well with Golarion as presented.

Also, for the record, people aren't 0-level in Pathfinder, they just have NPC classes.

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The Oinodaemon.

The Exchange

Alkenstar!


Vudra.


Tian Xia.

Very torn on Arcadia. On the one hand, I like North American materiel the best and would love some rules content. On the other hand, that continent is my worldbuilding playground.

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theheadkase wrote:
The Oinodaemon.

Ask yourself, just what sort of person would a mortal have to be in order to then die and have their soul weighed down with the stuff of that much metaphysical horror, hunger, and self-loathing such that on their own they seeded the genesis of Abaddon and a race of fiends in their image?

What sort of tale could the mortal-that-would-become-the-Oinodaemon tell?

Nothing pretty.

...

So yeah, that would be a pretty rocking topic to see expanded upon and yet still leave enough intentionally mystery there for DMs to expand upon on their own. :D

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