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


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I just took a look at the PDF for Legacy of Fire companion for the first time...

Ok, Achievement feats are just about the coolest thing I have ever seen done with feats. I mean, WOW! I love it, all of them do something pretty sweet and they involve how the character has developed alot more than your standard feats.

So... ummm... I want a book of collected traits and a bunch of Achievement feats to throw at my players. Pretty please. Cherry on top?


The frozen northlands [with associated feats, traits and cultural colour]

my 2 runes worth


Casmaron!


The Mwangi Expanse and Azlant.


1) More rules on crafting and Wizard experimentation - lacking in the original.

2) More player options - races, classes, etc.

3) Epic level rules.

4) Psionic rules (ducks from fly debris) - a hybrid of 2nd and 3rd edition. Either get rid of haste all together or bring back accelerate (psionic haste using 3.5 rules on haste). 1st edition were not well developed. 2nd edition psion combat was too burdensome and the powers were just right. 3rd edition psion combat was much easier, however some of the powers took a beating. Besides what is wrong with Psionics being special? Just allow non-psions the opportunity to have resistances. For example a standard Drow warrior will have spell resistances but a Drow Illithid Stalker will have both (ducks again from the flying debris). Also I had a 2nd edition Ranger/Psion (still do on my book shelf) and he did have weakness that were prevalent and the DM challenged those weaknesses from time to time.

5) Different regions and locations with the Kingmaker series. I have been in countless adventures and rarely did they involve kingdom earning and building. Perhaps DMs need a reference book too instead of modules? Who says you have to be retired from adventuring to run a kingdom? Besides it would be fun to come home and have to get rid of the usurpers and the uprisings... lol

I have more but this list will suffice for now ... :)


What I want to know about is the different Deities of the Pathfinder universe. I know of the table in the book (in the Clerc section). But I just want some background on the gods so you know how to use them. Thanks.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Companion, Maps, Pathfinder Accessories, Pawns Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
MRblahface wrote:
What I want to know about is the different Deities of the Pathfinder universe. I know of the table in the book (in the Clerc section). But I just want some background on the gods so you know how to use them. Thanks.

There's a wealth of information in both the Gazetteer and the Campaign Setting. Various deities have had extensive write-ups in issues of the APs. Your best bet, though, is to grab a copy of Gods and Magic.


I know the staff has said they will eventually do this, but I'd really like to see Golarion novels at this point.


Black Dow wrote:

The frozen northlands [with associated feats, traits and cultural colour]

my 2 runes worth

ooo, what he said, plus an AP set in the region?


Mike McArtor wrote:
spamhammer wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
What part of Pathfinder do you want to know more about?
Forget the pregenerated characters! When do we get the freakin' guns?
The hardcover.

Which hardcover?


I would like to see more on exploration of ancient realms and charting of the unknown frontier.


Short Answer: Everything.
Longer Answer: More info on the land of the Azlanti past (civilization) and present (ruins/undersea site adventures). Also, I would like to see more about the big movers and shakers of the kingdoms and tribes. Stated out of course, with tactics, plans-in-the-works, and allies/enemies.


Gary Teter wrote:

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

And should this be a multiple-choice poll?

Definitely more about how to contribute to rule mods to make the game a little better.


In shot everything that is not "standard" fatasy:

Alkenstar (especially guns and classes utilizing them)

Psionics (an expanded psionics handbook for golarion)

Numeria (how does independence day mix with fantasy? ... sounded like the ship was the size of an indepenceday starship ... by the way in some article about numeria I read something that some of the robots "living" in this crashed ship can change there appearance => Transformers ?!)

Aboleth: What exactly did they do to cause the earthfall? What does the average aboleth do in everyday live, I mean If you are a hyper intelligent fish like being with three eyes and some tentacles what do you do at a normal working day? Besides of plotting how to control entire nations of "lesser" creatures, what are your goals in live and so on. Since Abolths seem to play a big role in the development of golarion I'd like to know more about these monsters, which were rather seldom mentioned in other settings.

Leng: I played Call of Cathulu myself and liked the game, so a book about those elements taken from this world would be great.

Last but not least: How does all this mix?

Demons and Starships ... why does this remind me of warhammer 40k?
Can far future technology be incorporated in the pathfinder rules .... so could you design something like a laser gun an still have consistent rules?.

Now more about the RPG aspect imagine a devil meets one of the machine consturcts living in the ship that crashed in numeria. Everybody knows the devils role in the standard fantasy, but how would those to interact? A guide about the Interface "Standard - Fantasy" meets Non-Standard-Fantasy" something like that would be cool.

Greetz
Ganzir


Well... truth be told I would like a bit of... this and then add that and basically everything!

I have yet to be disappointed even the slightest by anything related to Pathfinder.

But if I am to point out my greatest interest:

1. The world ((more!) juicy details about strange corners Golarion as well as the universe (I really like that there is for once both the planetary and planary aspect) and the Golarion/Pathfinder version of the planes). So far it's been excellent. And there still plenty of great things to touch with it so that's probably what I want to see the very most.

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How to Contribute, followed by more setting books on the individual lands and countries, followed by Baba Yaga (once the witch core class is released of course).


I want to know more about, well, everything. The basic system, mainly. But that's my fault for not reading my rulebooks cover to cover yet.


Vudra.

I mentioned this over on the thread about the possibility of a hardcover Tian supplement to the campaign setting; I'd be interested in that, too, but East Asian cultures have been done several times as fantasy RPG settings -- the 1st Ed. Oriental Adventures, Kara-Tur, Lot5R, etc. What I've never seen is a complete fantasy setting based on pre-colonial India, and I think that could be a fascinating place to read about and game in. Let us explore the Impossible Kingdoms! Preferably with a bunch of illustrations of dark-skinned, dark-eyed, curvy dancing girls in midriff-baring saris... ;-)

Shadow Lodge

I'd love to see a supplement on the Dark Tapestry. Maybe some details or hints about systems that are fairly close to Golarion's system, as well as discussing various means of traversing the gulfs between the stars. Nothing on the scale of Starjammer, but just some helpful nudges for a GM that wanted to take a more cosmic approach to Pathfinder.

And it opens the way for more Lovecraftian Mythos goodness.


I want to know about the other planets. According to the campaign setting, the Elves are travel the stars through portals (page 8 of the campaign setting book). The names of the other planets are mentioned, but nothing else is said about them. Any chance these will be expanded upon at any point in time? The portals are said to still exist (somewhere in the Campaign Setting book) just guarded by the elves, and PCs can be elves.

The Exchange

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iLaifire wrote:
I want to know about the other planets. According to the campaign setting, the Elves are travel the stars through portals (page 8 of the campaign setting book). The names of the other planets are mentioned, but nothing else is said about them. Any chance these will be expanded upon at any point in time? The portals are said to still exist (somewhere in the Campaign Setting book) just guarded by the elves, and PCs can be elves.

The other planets in Golarion's solar system are given more detail in AP #14...not enough to really have an adventure there, but enough to tell a GM what's going on, more or less.

Dark Archive

Psionics and how they relate to the game world, and firearms and how they relate to the game world.


Erik Mona wrote:
Dryder wrote:

I want to know everything!

Especially, if Part 6 is the last one with RISE OF THE RUNELORDS ending at around level 15.
Or will there be more, which you just haven't advertised yet?!

Pathfinder is open-ended, and the flagship of our GameMastery line. We hope to produce 100 or more, in the years to come.

--Erik

Sounds good to me Erik, Better too many options then too few! I'm a relative newcomer to Pathfinder, having only played it for a few months, and a bit of DnD 3.5 before it. I like what I see in the Pathfinder line keep up the good work!


I would love more on Golarions history and politics. And i realy would like to know what hapened to Aroden! ;)

Liberty's Edge

From the day I first picked up the Campaign Setting I have always wanted to see and know more about the lands of Irrisen, ruled by the Witch Queen Elvanna and the surpressed Ulfen. I have always let the mind wonder about the possibilities for adventures set in a very winter driven campaign. I have been running many adventures in Darkmoon Vale and there is a witch (forget her name) that is said to be one of the daughters of the Witch Queen (or was it Baba Yaga?) and I also have the module "Realm of the Fellnight Queen" which takes place i the Verduran Forest just east of Darkmoon which I someday wish to tie in to the Witch Queens of the north, yet there are so few modules out there available for this region.


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ZER01 wrote:
From the day I first picked up the Campaign Setting I have always wanted to see and know more about the lands of Irrisen, ruled by the Witch Queen Elvanna and the surpressed Ulfen. I have always let the mind wonder about the possibilities for adventures set in a very winter driven campaign. I have been running many adventures in Darkmoon Vale and there is a witch (forget her name) that is said to be one of the daughters of the Witch Queen (or was it Baba Yaga?) and I also have the module "Realm of the Fellnight Queen" which takes place i the Verduran Forest just east of Darkmoon which I someday wish to tie in to the Witch Queens of the north, yet there are so few modules out there available for this region.

You might want to check out the Whitethrone write-up in Cities of Golarion.

Liberty's Edge

Zaister wrote:


You might want to check out the Whitethrone write-up in Cities of Golarion.

I have this already, and though I highly recommend it, to me, its just not enough :(

I have just a little over 10 modules, and more than half of them take place directly in Darkmoon Vale and thereabouts, which is a great backdrop for new and rising heroes, but so far I have found only one module so far for Irrisen. Maybe in due time..?


ZER01 wrote:
I have just a little over 10 modules, and more than half of them take place directly in Darkmoon Vale and thereabouts, which is a great backdrop for new and rising heroes, but so far I have found only one module so far for Irrisen. Maybe in due time..?

Is September due time enough for you?

Liberty's Edge

yoda8myhead wrote:


Is September due time enough for you?

Yep, thats the one! As soon as its out, it leaves my cart and comes flying to me ;)

That's 1 module...


New world

more info on this world

anything that will save me time would be great


Everything...I want to see everything.

Dark Archive

In future GMGs and APGs, I'd like to see the home rules used by the Paizo staff in their games.

Dark Archive

I probably speak for many people here when I say this, but I WANT high production values. I will gladly shell out more money for superior products. Keep the art great and in full color. Keep making books that last and don't fall apart after a few months. In other words, Paizo, keep up the great work you're already doing, and you'll continue to get my money and support!

I LOVE PATHFINDER!!!


I want to see Linnorm Kings modules and modules set in the Nolands barbarians areas :) Flesh out the North West :) And Perhaps a whole campaign setting for Varisia; a whole guide to Varisia :)


I would like to see more on Arcadia (I am sure someone else mentioned this) as well as more information on the other planets in the solar system as Golarion.

I mean, do we have to wait for everything on the planet to be written up before we see more of the elven planet/homeworld ?

Also, I love dwarves and would like to see more on the Sky citadels of 5 Kings and Janderhoff.

( I have some ideas if any editors want to hear them :) )

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber
Gary Teter wrote:

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

And should this be a multiple-choice poll?

I'd say in general that "religion" is my answer, but to take a comment out of context from another thread, I'm not interested so much in what a deity's favorite animal is. I'd like to explore how the various faiths get along with each other; with the populace; with commerce; and with the nations.

I loved the writeup in the Korvosa guide on how the various military factions had complex allegiances to their leader, the churches and the city as a general concept. But that left me wondering... what does that mean in terms of the merchant / church / military interplay? Do you bribe the church to get the military to stop searching your incoming shipments for contraband?

There are so many interesting places to go with this that I feel like it's lost in the writeups of direct worshiper/deity relations.

edit: typo


Varisia

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Patrick Murphy wrote:
...as well as more information on the other planets in the solar system as Golarion.

Patrick, check out "The Stars are Right" article in Pathfinder #14 by James Sutter. That has further information on the solar system that Golarion is in.

Spoiler:

Further information on the planet Aucturn is covered in Entombed with the Pharoahs, as well as Voice in the Void.


More regional books, like what done with Andoran, Qadira etc. Also, please include maps for all the major cities. While some GMs like to map out everything themselves, I'd rather work on adventures then do the city planner/catrographer duties of cities/towns. I usually run games that are regional than global or planescaping in scope.


Liz Courts wrote:
Patrick Murphy wrote:
...as well as more information on the other planets in the solar system as Golarion.

Patrick, check out "The Stars are Right" article in Pathfinder #14 by James Sutter. That has further information on the solar system that Golarion is in.

** spoiler omitted **

Yeah, I have that - it's great- but I am greedy. I want more. :)


i want to know, how many races exist in the other plaets, can explore the other worlds corner, inner sea is a vast one,but has a little to offer to my, where lives the tian xian, a colossal being walking arround into a great hole, a colossus, marbles, temples and ruins, more ghotic places, kinda victorian age...

i love Korvosa, but i think if exist some city alike in ustalav, there will be my favorite place on golarion

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Patrick Murphy wrote:
Yeah, I have that - it's great- but I am greedy. I want more. :)

Seconded! I'd love to see more about the stranger other worlds and methods of traveling there. Might be a cool way to introduce another 'setting'.

Dark Archive

For me it would have to be Baba Yaga, and the biggest thing the 5th horsemen and not just a paragraph l wont at least 3-4 pages on him and why the other 4 have imprisoned him, and bring back iconics in the AP.


I have a short wishlist -


  • Numeria (anything - a module and a guidebook would be cool)
  • More Space/Solar System stuff as mentioned above


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Numeria is what I personally want to see more of.

Silver Crusade

I want specific, detailed, mapped, adventure locations. Dungeons, castles, creature lairs, ect...

And I mean specific, mapped, and extremely detailed.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Triga wrote:

I want specific, detailed, mapped, adventure locations. Dungeons, castles, creature lairs, ect...

And I mean specific, mapped, and extremely detailed.

You might want to check out our Adventure Path line then... :-)

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Starglyte wrote:
Numeria is what I personally want to see more of.

This, This so much it hurts!


53% New world.

Cool.

Does that mean we might see some "Sword and Planet" stuff?

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