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


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Flynn Greywalker wrote:
Scrumptious Lich wrote:
I think Nirmathas and Molthune need some treatment.
And I would agree Lich.

Thirded!


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Distant Worlds AP (Spaaaace!). and an AP taking place in Kaer Maga (Possibly going down the levels)


Gars DarkLover wrote:
Flynn Greywalker wrote:
Scrumptious Lich wrote:
I think Nirmathas and Molthune need some treatment.
And I would agree Lich.
Thirded!

Molthune. A nation that wilfully hires hobgoblins, werewolves, and barters with red dragons to ensure their military might.

That can't backfire at all...


Casmaran/Vudra, Southern Garund, Arcadia, and Sarusan. I really want to see the rest of the world.


Major_Blackhart wrote:
Gars DarkLover wrote:
Flynn Greywalker wrote:
Scrumptious Lich wrote:
I think Nirmathas and Molthune need some treatment.
And I would agree Lich.
Thirded!

Molthune. A nation that wilfully hires hobgoblins, werewolves, and barters with red dragons to ensure their military might.

That can't backfire at all...

Not that it can not backfire, but it would be hard to not see it coming.

Liberty's Edge

SkinnyD wrote:
Casmaran/Vudra, Southern Garund, Arcadia, and Sarusan. I really want to see the rest of the world.

I'm excited about this as well. My first Pathfinder purchase in years is probably going to end up being Distant Shores.

Silver Crusade

Gary Teter wrote:

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

And should this be a multiple-choice poll?

Geb. If Paizo made a book on Geb, I'd buy it.


Definitely. Geb is a highly interesting locale I'd love to learn more of.


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Major_Blackhart wrote:
Definitely. Geb is a highly interesting locale I'd love to learn more of.

Geb.

Mana Wastes.
Nex.

a Geb + Mana Wastes + Nex hardcover would probably sell well.

Silver Crusade

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Lirgen. Well more what happened to the people who used to live there. C'mon they where a COUNTRY of Astronomers. So much Potential.

The Exchange

Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

In this order:
1. Katapesh,
2. Ustalav
3. Taldor
4. South Garund
5. The Under Dark
6. Rahadoum
7. Druma


The Under Dark is Forgotten Realms. In Golarion, what you mean are the Darklands.


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Would love to see more specifically on the solar system, notably Aucturn, Apostae, Eox and Verces. There's so much potential on all of those for adventures and Verces is just begging for a huge tie in with the tech guide.

Grand Lodge

Iblydos would be really cool. Especially if the next mythic adventure path took place there and you got roll play as an ancient Greek hero.


Any kingdom or continent that is essentially still a blank space on the map. I love Varisia but I really don't need to know any more about it. At the very least, I'd like to see some coverage of southern Garund since that's the continent that almost every game takes place on.


Southern Garund
Casmaron
Arcadia
I'd probably also like a book covering the most popular artistic movements in the world, if there are any.
Something covering more about the First World would be great, too. Mapping it out would be impossible but at least giving us a vague layout would be good.

MORE on celestials. I know that evil outsiders are generally the main antagonists but c'mon, there's 10 different kinds of evil outsiders but only 4 different kinds of good outsiders.

The Exchange

Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

I would love to know more about:
1. Sarusant ans Casmaron.
2. The Vudrani deities
3. Other religions tbd for other continents
4. Arcadia
5. What is James Javobs favorite time waster fun activity at the office.

The Exchange

Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

I meant Jacobs lol


Me, I'd love to know more about all the regions that haven't gotten the loving affection given to Andoran, Absalom, and Varisia, but specifically the one I want to know about?

Galt.

Galt fascinates me. First because I love the French Revolution feel, but second because *everything I've seen so far* makes me think that there's something *vastly* darker behind what's going wrong there, and I would *love* to know if I'm right!

(Or who to contact to give them the idea to make me right! There are only so many people who can win the RPG Superstar contest after all...)

Liberty's Edge

I would really like if they would put out more info out about the gods which inhabit the Mountain of Heaven like Andoletta. Also it would be nice if they would give more info on the actual worship of the gods. they gave us the Evangelist, Exalted, and Sentinel prestige classes but only the major patheon got the rules for deific obedience. be nice if some of the other gods got the same treatment.


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Geb!!! >.> What happened to him :)

Dark Archive

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Jason Leisemann wrote:

Galt.

Galt fascinates me. First because I love the French Revolution feel, but second because *everything I've seen so far* makes me think that there's something *vastly* darker behind what's going wrong there, and I would *love* to know if I'm right!

The Abyss has a foothold in Golarion in the Worldwound.

Hell has a foothold in Golarion in Cheliax.

I suspect that Galt is Abaddon's foothold in Golarion, where the daemons plans to remake the world in their death-obsessed, soul-devouring image are on slow boil.


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Set wrote:
Jason Leisemann wrote:

Galt.

Galt fascinates me. First because I love the French Revolution feel, but second because *everything I've seen so far* makes me think that there's something *vastly* darker behind what's going wrong there, and I would *love* to know if I'm right!

The Abyss has a foothold in Golarion in the Worldwound.

Hell has a foothold in Golarion in Cheliax.

I suspect that Galt is Abaddon's foothold in Golarion, where the daemons plans to remake the world in their death-obsessed, soul-devouring image are on slow boil.

mmm....

Might make for an interesting campaign...


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I'd like more about Jalmeray, Holomog, the First World, Castrovel, the Shory, Nantambu, the Cyclops empire, Akiton, Catfolk cities, and the Reptoids.


I think Vudra needs a Grazzeter like the Dragon Empires got. With so much untapped potential it would make an easy choice.

A Galt book would just make my day. I've run a few adventures there and would love new information of any kind.

Now there are a lot of possibilities for a new hardcover, but the one I would most like to see and is the most likely candidate (in my own opinion) is a hardcover about the Planes. So far all the hardcovers have covered some important facet of the setting (races, gods, the setting it's self) and the Planes is the last step I think before leaving the Inner Sea behind for Tian Xia or Vudra or whatever else.

On a final and very unlikely note some new Books of the Damned would be very welcome. Outsiders like the Sahkils, Qillpoth, and Asuras have few castes to their name and only some basic information. I don't think they each need their own book, a grouping would be fine.


Cruel Illusion, you have read my mind;)


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TALDOR !


Hands down the Sodden Lands, there's such a magnificent, evocative setting in there somewhere, of plumbed depths, Fisherman-themed Paladins, bandits in diving suits and cannibal priests, battling against the raw elements, amongst the ruins of the old world, above and below the water line.
And we know hardly anything about it.


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Inner Sea seems sucked dry a bit too mee.
Especially after all the stuff coming out right now and the two Cheliax AP´s. Taldor and Andor aren´t half as interesting, neither is Ustalav.

Numeria and Iron Gods were awesome though.
Same for Osirion and Mummys Mask.

I can understand people wanting to see other parts of Golarion very much, but i think it´s yet too early for Arcadia and similar stuff.

What i really want to see after Strange Aeons is either more Mwangi Expanse stuff and maybe things from more south there or - even better - a lot more TianXia. There´s several reasons for that:

-most things in the inner sea are have more than enough material and are too similar thematically.
-Ustalav is the horror theme, that already gets expanded, hopefully in a better way. Carrion Crowns big downside is the stuffing everything in there and then going from one to the other, what often feels very unconnected and just like going through a zoo.
-Between the new continents, Garund, Casmaron and TianXia already have some material. Garund saw some play already though and even has an AP only there. With old mage Jatembe and the lost kingdoms, there´s still plenty of room for thrilling stories though. It also has room to connect different themes like pirates, jungle/ruins exploration, demon, dragons, new cultures, etc.
-TianXia though didn´t really have an AP since Jade Regent wasnt really about TianXia. Yet TianXia lies there like a ripe fruit, so promising with opportunities to tell variations of older stories in new clothes and ways. It also has ample dragons, monster kingdoms, room for mystery and exploration! There´s even a connection between Oppara in Taldor and TianXia!

So what i really want to see most is more TianXia, in fluff and crunch, Campaign setting and AP, but also in Player Companions.
TianXia, while being said to be asian, doesn´t have to be that asian though, and surely doesn´t need to fit any anime tropes etc.
It can be just as pulp and horror and everything like the rest of Golarion. It would even win a lot probably when it´s not Naruto, one punch man or anything similar.
I recommend Akira Kurosawa for inspiration or the four chinese literature classics "Water margin", "Romance of the three kingdoms", "Journey to the West" (not the movies, or maybe after reading the book.) and "dream of the red chamber". Not to forget the chinese ghost stories "fengshen bang" and "Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio"!
Plenty of inspiration!


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I would definately like to see more Tian Xia material. To date, I think season 3 of PFS was its best season with all those scenarios that paid homage to great Asian cinema. More Please!


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I'm always a sucker for the Shory. Nothing like snooty wizards on flying islands in cities made of glass and mithral.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Anyone wants a TianXia module or more go here.

Silver Crusade

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I want to see more about the cultural structure of various Inner Sea countries. Expanded and additional holidays, how different churches handle things like birth, death, marriage, and major accomplishment, maybe sample "laws of the land" for a few places. I adored the sidebars in Inner Sea Races that showed how the different ethnicities/races saw themselves and each other, that was a small but powerful addition for any roleplayer.


Wizjolnir wrote:
TALDOR !

YAR! TALDOR!


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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?

Vudra, Sarusan, Iblydos, Dehrukani

You guys at Paizo have a fantastic opportunity to do something special and cool with Sarusan, Please, PLEASE do not make it some simple "large continent with enormous mammals and a re-hash of Kellid type folk". It's a huge continent with SO MANY possibilities. I REALLY hope you guys, when the time comes, allow the land to be a mix of urban, rural, etc. Terribly boring and uninspiring if it's southeastern Kellids hunting enormous animals.

Iblydos has been given sparse [only Aelyosos so far] , but rich and intriguing background details.

Dehrukani could open up some fascinating possibilities ... an anti-Razmiran/Cheliax

Finally ... anything that explores JATEMBE and his legacy.


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Vudra, Holomog, Castrovel, Arcadia, the Mwangi Expanse.
I want to know more about the Shory, about the Cyclops and also the Dominion of the Black.


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SkinnyD wrote:
Casmaran/Vudra, Southern Garund, Arcadia, and Sarusan. I really want to see the rest of the world.

I would kill to have an Acadia-based AP about repairing relations with the Stryx and Wyrwoods in time to fend off an invasion by some kind of semidivine Syrinx monarch.

Edit: Also, more Proteans and Protean-related material.


I personally would love to know more about Tian-Xia and the Mwangi Expanse.

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The Worst Ever wrote:

Edit: Also, more Proteans and Protean-related material.

There are 3 new proteans in Hell's Rebels :)


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"Geb.
Mana Wastes.
Nex."

Definitely this, throwing in Alkenstar. But Nex is what I'm most keen to know about

Project Manager

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Alayern wrote:
I want to see more about the cultural structure of various Inner Sea countries. Expanded and additional holidays, how different churches handle things like birth, death, marriage, and major accomplishment, maybe sample "laws of the land" for a few places. I adored the sidebars in Inner Sea Races that showed how the different ethnicities/races saw themselves and each other, that was a small but powerful addition for any roleplayer.

:-) Thanks, that's good to know.


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Alayern wrote:
I want to see more about the cultural structure of various Inner Sea countries. Expanded and additional holidays, how different churches handle things like birth, death, marriage, and major accomplishment, maybe sample "laws of the land" for a few places. I adored the sidebars in Inner Sea Races that showed how the different ethnicities/races saw themselves and each other, that was a small but powerful addition for any roleplayer.

Seconded.


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Kajehase wrote:
Alayern wrote:
I want to see more about the cultural structure of various Inner Sea countries. Expanded and additional holidays, how different churches handle things like birth, death, marriage, and major accomplishment, maybe sample "laws of the land" for a few places. I adored the sidebars in Inner Sea Races that showed how the different ethnicities/races saw themselves and each other, that was a small but powerful addition for any roleplayer.
Seconded.

The sidebars in Inner Sea Races are indeed very cool. Personaly i would prefer when some other regions, especially TianXia, would have some more focus though. There´s really a lot of Inner Sea books out there already and knowing a different game system which now also gets published by Paizo in english, worlds where regions are overdone and too rich, leaving nearly no or no room for your own input, tend to become very special. Then different things come into focus, things get like in history lessons and it just gets too tight. That´s a bit my concern there.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

Really anything that gets us into even slightly more exotic lands. If stuff like Tian Xia is too far off and doesn't sell all that well, then maybe something like Iblydos could serve as a compromise. The Greek flavor might seem closer to the standard Eurofantasy fare for the buying masses.

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I would like to know more about the planes. I know they got somewhat fleshed out before. But, with Hell, the Abyss, Axis, and several other planes, I would love a fleshing out in hard cover like was done in D&D 3.5. With, encounter tables, major landmark fleshing out, more on the Arch Dukes of Hell and their major right hand minions and more of the Abyss since it has so many levels. Also, the Proteans, the Axis City, and so much more (including the Bone Yard).


Arcadia for me. I'd like some Mesoamerican flavor, specifically.

I'd love a book on Vudra too.


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Geb, Nex.

Two mage lands? Yes.

I'm quite interested in the country Ghorans came from and how that intersects with the culture, relics of the war, and so on.


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Set wrote:
Jason Leisemann wrote:

Galt.

Galt fascinates me. First because I love the French Revolution feel, but second because *everything I've seen so far* makes me think that there's something *vastly* darker behind what's going wrong there, and I would *love* to know if I'm right!

The Abyss has a foothold in Golarion in the Worldwound.

Hell has a foothold in Golarion in Cheliax.

I suspect that Galt is Abaddon's foothold in Golarion, where the daemons plans to remake the world in their death-obsessed, soul-devouring image are on slow boil.

I think it'd be more in-character for the Div (and having genies in a non-Arabian nights local would be cool).


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I may sound boring with this, but a little more information on the ecology. I mean, I enter the kingmaker game only to find that the thylacine can be found in the region. I'd just like an idea of just what creatures are where, more than "this type of environment."

Grand Lodge

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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?

SARUSAN!!! :)

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