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


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I would like a book about Arcadia.


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Kelishite Empire and Vudra


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Arcadia and southern Garund, pleeeaase.


Aroden. There's shockingly little info on what he was like. Relation to other deities ect.

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deuxhero wrote:
Aroden. There's shockingly little info on what he was like. Relation to other deities ect.

There’s an Aroden article in Song of Silver, and we’ll get more info in The Dead God’s Hand and maybe the 2e version of Gods and Magic coming up.


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I know about the article, but it's almost all about Aroden's history and his present influence. This is to the point the "Dogma and Worshipers" section has nothing about his dogma!


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Nex and Geb (both the people and the places) and the Mana Wastes.


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They'll never release a book on that region, it's...impossible. ;)


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Considering the new status quo for Goblins, I would like too see a new Goblins of Golarion book. Because in MANY people's minds, goblins are the equivalent to rats; Pests that sometimes make a good pet if you manage to get a tame one but otherwise should be exterminated. Something updating Goblins would give people an idea of HOW to view goblins.


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Anywhere but Avistan, but especially Arcadia and Southern Garund.

Also, more queer representation, and unique cultural/Ancestral approaches to gender.


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keftiu wrote:

Anywhere but Avistan, but especially Arcadia and Southern Garund.

Also, more queer representation, and unique cultural/Ancestral approaches to gender.

I second unique cultural approaches to gender! I've always thought it would make sense for Gozreh-worshipping cultures to have nonbinary priests that are spiritually both male and female, or even just priests who take on alternating masculine and feminine gender roles (eg. through crossdressing) to emulate their deity.

Many real life animals have fairly unconventional sexual expressions. Off the top of my head I can think of maned lionesses, birds whose primary and secondary sexual characteristics don't line up at all, lizards with 3 types of males, and fish that change sex as they age. I would actually love to see playable ancestries (and creatures in general) based on animals having alternatives to humanoid sexual dimorphism, coupled with a completely different perspective on gender. Purely fantastical creatures could be even more different than that -- Eberron for instance has doppelganger-descended changelings, whose sex at birth barely matters and pretty much all become genderfluid once they master their shapeshifting abilties. I also love how Starfinder has the tri-gender Shirren.


The Cleft Lords of the Thoraso Cracks in the First World. Just, everything about them, including playable stats that can be reverse engineered for PF 1e.


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I want a book about food. What people eat in different parts of the world and how various societal upheavals and changes have shaped and shifted regional cuisines across Golarion.


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Squiggit wrote:
I want a book about food. What people eat in different parts of the world and how various societal upheavals and changes have shaped and shifted regional cuisines across Golarion.

Apparently in the Gravelands the ghouls have come up with a dish called "Soylent Green". What's in it remains a mystery...

;)


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I want more information bout the other continents. Enough that a group could run multiple campaigns based in places other then the Inner Sea and Dragon Empires. Cashamon, Sarusan, and Arcadia mostly.


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Really really really hoping Pathfinder 2nd explores what became of the Scarlet Rose/Erinyes Company, preferably the former as the latter seem to be turning out to just be female Hellknights. I admit comes from a place of having run Curse of the Crimson Throne and did like the Grey Maidens.


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Riobux wrote:
Really really really hoping Pathfinder 2nd explores what became of the Scarlet Rose/Erinyes Company, preferably the former as the latter seem to be turning out to just be female Hellknights. I admit comes from a place of having run Curse of the Crimson Throne and did like the Grey Maidens.

The leader of the group is what got me interested in PF lore. Would love to see them, and soon.


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Villains and villainous organizations. I was kind of disappointed in 1e with how they were pretty isolated in their own spot and weren't big on expanding.

Looks like I need to catch up on 2e's setting changes, sounds like Tar-Baphon is mostly out, so that's a good step.

Basically it all stems from wanting motivations for why to have Character A outside of their homeland. Widespread, international plots are fantastic for it. Religions work really well, especially with the gods more prone to encouraging action upon the world.


Arcadia


The Widow who saved the kayal from Earthfall.

Nidalese dwarfs.

What exactly was going on in the Shadow Plane during Earthfall. I mean, seriously, we have the Widow, the Forsaken adopting/changing the caligni and then blowing up, oh, yeah: Zon-Kuthon. And you know Count Ranalc had to be involved somehow.

Caecilias. I love me some Ursula.

Ninshabur. I love me some ancient Sumer.

I know there's some Mesoamerican stuff, but I'ven't read it. Nonetheless, more please.

Deep immersion kind of stuff: food, fashion, languages, and the evolutions thereof.

The Forsaken.


Oh, and I'd love to see some of the big mythic sci-fi stuff like the annunaki acting within the Golarion solar system somewhere (or even the broader multiverse, in Starfinder). Or at least in, like, the distant worlds that have affected the Golarion system: Androffa, Kasatha, etc.....

How do they interact with, like the Dominion of the Black, for example?

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Casmaron really needs to be hashed out.

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