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xavier c wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
Do the Gods of Ancient Osirion have outsider servants
All deities have outsider servants.
How many outsider servants do deities and demigods usually have
Countless minions. Essentially an infinite number for all practical purposes.
Can deities and demigods create outsider servants from nothing

Yes.

Silver Crusade

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James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Slightly less interesting...

The ORIGINAL Alaznist was a chaotic neutral drow lich who was exiled/fled from his city to establish a stronghold on the surface world, in the mountains between Eltrun City and the forest of Celwynvian. I used the name in "Scepter of the Underworld," but then recycled it for a Runelord since I needed 7 of them and in my homebrew, the Necromancers of the Impyriuim (on whom the runelords were based) were only 5 in number. It's from them that I got the names Belimarius and Krune. (The other three, Janus, Cyrus and Nocticula, weren't used for various reasons—Janus because I lost interest in the name, Cyrus because he was the leader and I am, for now, keeping that guy for my campaign, and Nocticula for obvious reasons.)

Xanderghul and Karzoug and Zutha were a different pair in my homebrew. Xanderghul and Karzoug were a two-man adventuring party, a fighter and a wizard, but Xanderghul was corrupted by Obox-ob and turned into a death knight while Karzoug fell to other influences and became a lich. Zutha was Karzoug's apprentice, also a lich (but a much less powerful one).

Sorshen is the only one of the runelords who doesn't really have a direct analogue from my homebrew. I almost named her "Shensen" after my favorite character, but I realized I wanted to hold off on that and actually put that character in Golarion some day, so I changed the name a bit, perhaps inspired some by the old movie "Willow" and the character of Sorsha in there.

Highly more interesting...


James Jacobs wrote:
fretgod99 wrote:
Kirk or Picard?
Picard. NOTE: Kirk is still awesome.

Good man. We can be friends.

And now for something completely different. Do you think Rending Claws would count as a "rend special attack" to qualify you for Rending Fury? How would you rule on that for one of your games?

Rending Fury is in Ultimate Combat, so it seems like it should be a PC feat. But otherwise, I don't know how else you'd qualify as having a natural weapon rend special attack.


James Jacobs wrote:
Kairos Dawnfury wrote:

I think I remember you saying the Runelords were actually not corrupted in your home game, is that correct?

And could you expand on Cyrus a little bit more? I love that name, and thus I am suddenly exponentially more interested in him.

What do you mean "corrupted?" I wouldn't say the runelords in Golarion are corrupted either.

And alas... I'm not ready to reveal more about Cyrus at this point.

My understanding of the Runelords is they were based of Virtues, but they turned into lords of Sin, and in your home world, they were still benevolent rulers. Maybe corrupted wasn't the best word.

And do you possibly have grander plans for Cyrus in Golarion...?

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I'm drawing a blank at the moment: is there any way to give your familiar more daily uses of a spell-like ability?

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fretgod99 wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
fretgod99 wrote:
Kirk or Picard?
Picard. NOTE: Kirk is still awesome.

Good man. We can be friends.

And now for something completely different. Do you think Rending Claws would count as a "rend special attack" to qualify you for Rending Fury? How would you rule on that for one of your games?

Rending Fury is in Ultimate Combat, so it seems like it should be a PC feat. But otherwise, I don't know how else you'd qualify as having a natural weapon rend special attack.

Nope. Rend is really kinda powerful, and it's not really suited in my opinion to PCs.

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Kairos Dawnfury wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Kairos Dawnfury wrote:

I think I remember you saying the Runelords were actually not corrupted in your home game, is that correct?

And could you expand on Cyrus a little bit more? I love that name, and thus I am suddenly exponentially more interested in him.

What do you mean "corrupted?" I wouldn't say the runelords in Golarion are corrupted either.

And alas... I'm not ready to reveal more about Cyrus at this point.

My understanding of the Runelords is they were based of Virtues, but they turned into lords of Sin, and in your home world, they were still benevolent rulers. Maybe corrupted wasn't the best word.

And do you possibly have grander plans for Cyrus in Golarion...?

Ah; yeah, corrupted isn't the right word. That word has connotations of being transformed spiritual and physically by evil magic or the like in my mind. In my home game, the necromancers of the Impyrium were bad from the start.

I don't have plans for Cyrus in Golarion yet. I just don't want to "sell" all of my homebrew's stuff to Paizo until I'm sure I don't want to retain 100% ownership over it for the rest of my life.

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Alexander Augunas wrote:
I'm drawing a blank at the moment: is there any way to give your familiar more daily uses of a spell-like ability?

Not that I know of.


I'm not sure if you have answered this already, but I could not find the answer anywhere. Are there any plans to convert curse of the crimson throne (or any of the 3.5 adventure paths)? and if so, how long tell they would be coming out?


James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
Do the Gods of Ancient Osirion have outsider servants
All deities have outsider servants.
How many outsider servants do deities and demigods usually have
Countless minions. Essentially an infinite number for all practical purposes.
Can deities and demigods create outsider servants from nothing
Yes.

Can deities and demigods create mortals from nothing

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Kyp_dorrun wrote:
I'm not sure if you have answered this already, but I could not find the answer anywhere. Are there any plans to convert curse of the crimson throne (or any of the 3.5 adventure paths)? and if so, how long tell they would be coming out?

No plans to do so yet.

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xavier c wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
Do the Gods of Ancient Osirion have outsider servants
All deities have outsider servants.
How many outsider servants do deities and demigods usually have
Countless minions. Essentially an infinite number for all practical purposes.
Can deities and demigods create outsider servants from nothing
Yes.
Can deities and demigods create mortals from nothing

Deities, yes. Demigods, depends on a case by case basis.

Deities don't have stat blocks and can pretty much do anything they want as a result.

Demigods have stat blocks and can only do what those stat blocks allow them to do.

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James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Slightly less interesting...

The ORIGINAL Alaznist was a chaotic neutral drow lich who was exiled/fled from his city to establish a stronghold on the surface world, in the mountains between Eltrun City and the forest of Celwynvian. I used the name in "Scepter of the Underworld," but then recycled it for a Runelord since I needed 7 of them and in my homebrew, the Necromancers of the Impyriuim (on whom the runelords were based) were only 5 in number. It's from them that I got the names Belimarius and Krune. (The other three, Janus, Cyrus and Nocticula, weren't used for various reasons—Janus because I lost interest in the name, Cyrus because he was the leader and I am, for now, keeping that guy for my campaign, and Nocticula for obvious reasons.)

Xanderghul and Karzoug and Zutha were a different pair in my homebrew. Xanderghul and Karzoug were a two-man adventuring party, a fighter and a wizard, but Xanderghul was corrupted by Obox-ob and turned into a death knight while Karzoug fell to other influences and became a lich. Zutha was Karzoug's apprentice, also a lich (but a much less powerful one).

Sorshen is the only one of the runelords who doesn't really have a direct analogue from my homebrew. I almost named her "Shensen" after my favorite character, but I realized I wanted to hold off on that and actually put that character in Golarion some day, so I changed the name a bit, perhaps inspired some by the old movie "Willow" and the character of Sorsha in there.

Yeah, Scepter of the Underworld was the first adventures I actually remember going through. What stuck out in my mind was the ending when Alaznist threw back his hood and revealed he was a drow elf. Ewww I was so mad. lol

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zerzix wrote:
Yeah, Scepter of the Underworld was the first adventures I actually remember going through. What stuck out in my mind was the ending when Alaznist threw back his hood and revealed he was a drow elf. Ewww I was so mad. lol

You're welcome! :-)

And it might also amuse you to know that your avatar is from an illustration of the demon lord Lascer, who was also one I made up for my homebrew but that I more or less sold to Wizards of the Coast in the adventure "The Razing of Redshore."

I infest everything, apparently!

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James Jacobs wrote:
zerzix wrote:
Yeah, Scepter of the Underworld was the first adventures I actually remember going through. What stuck out in my mind was the ending when Alaznist threw back his hood and revealed he was a drow elf. Ewww I was so mad. lol

You're welcome! :-)

And it might also amuse you to know that your avatar is from an illustration of the demon lord Lascer, who was also one I made up for my homebrew but that I more or less sold to Wizards of the Coast in the adventure "The Razing of Redshore."

I infest everything, apparently!

lol Sweet! I knew I was subconsciously evil. How'd I get the wound from groin to gullet?


Hi james im trying to get all the pathfinder books...i dont have many of the revisted books what 3 or 4 would you recommend i start with
thank you


where is Shizuru's planer realm

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zerzix wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
zerzix wrote:
Yeah, Scepter of the Underworld was the first adventures I actually remember going through. What stuck out in my mind was the ending when Alaznist threw back his hood and revealed he was a drow elf. Ewww I was so mad. lol

You're welcome! :-)

And it might also amuse you to know that your avatar is from an illustration of the demon lord Lascer, who was also one I made up for my homebrew but that I more or less sold to Wizards of the Coast in the adventure "The Razing of Redshore."

I infest everything, apparently!

lol Sweet! I knew I was subconsciously evil. How'd I get the wound from groin to gullet?

That's one of several horrific lasting wounds that Lascer's body bears after Obox-ob remade him into a demon lord.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
fretgod99 wrote:
Kirk or Picard?
Picard. NOTE: Kirk is still awesome.

Following on from that,

Sisko or Janeway?

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watchmanx wrote:

Hi james im trying to get all the pathfinder books...i dont have many of the revisted books what 3 or 4 would you recommend i start with

thank you

My 4 favorite revisited books are:

Demons Revisited
Mystery Monsters Revisited
Classic Horrors Revisited
Classic Monsters Revisited

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xavier c wrote:
where is Shizuru's planer realm

Dunno. Haven't decided that yet. But probably Heaven. Since she's lawful good.

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Rysky wrote:
Speaking of ghostwriter Lovecraft S. T. Joshi put out a two part collection of his ghostwritings, The Crawling Chaos and Others and The Medusa's Coil and Others. They're on Amazon.

OMG

I just got my copies of these two books today, and looking through them... turns out there are some revisions I didn't know existed! AKA: I now own some Lovecraft stories I have NEVER READ!

AKA: Rysky is my new favorite person, and this thread has forever justified its presence in the internets to me.


How many pantheons are in the Inner Sea Gods hardcover? i read there is an orc pantheon so will there be new gods?

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James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Speaking of ghostwriter Lovecraft S. T. Joshi put out a two part collection of his ghostwritings, The Crawling Chaos and Others and The Medusa's Coil and Others. They're on Amazon.

OMG

I just got my copies of these two books today, and looking through them... turns out there are some revisions I didn't know existed! AKA: I now own some Lovecraft stories I have NEVER READ!

AKA: Rysky is my new favorite person, and this thread has forever justified its presence in the internets to me.

Quick Rysky! Apply for SKR's old position! YOU'VE GOT AN IN! :-P

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure, Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Speaking of ghostwriter Lovecraft S. T. Joshi put out a two part collection of his ghostwritings, The Crawling Chaos and Others and The Medusa's Coil and Others. They're on Amazon.

OMG

I just got my copies of these two books today, and looking through them... turns out there are some revisions I didn't know existed! AKA: I now own some Lovecraft stories I have NEVER READ!

AKA: Rysky is my new favorite person, and this thread has forever justified its presence in the internets to me.

Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyy!!! I did a good deed! :3

Silver Crusade

1 person marked this as a favorite.
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Alexander Augunas wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Speaking of ghostwriter Lovecraft S. T. Joshi put out a two part collection of his ghostwritings, The Crawling Chaos and Others and The Medusa's Coil and Others. They're on Amazon.

OMG

I just got my copies of these two books today, and looking through them... turns out there are some revisions I didn't know existed! AKA: I now own some Lovecraft stories I have NEVER READ!

AKA: Rysky is my new favorite person, and this thread has forever justified its presence in the internets to me.

Quick Rysky! Apply for SKR's old position! YOU'VE GOT AN IN! :-P

Dood, too soon...

As for a question for The Jacobsaur: pleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleaseplease pretty please with a cherry on top? :3


Hi JJ,

Been looking for an answer in an official capacity ALL NIGHT and feel like my head is going to burst via some horrifying cleric implosion scene.

Do sneak attack dice from multiple classes stack? For example... Does a Rogue 1, Magus 6, Master Spy 1 have 2d6 sneak attack, or do the sneak attack LEVELS stack, therefor granting 1d6 sneak attack as per a rogue of 2nd level?

I have always assumed that you cannot take Vivisectionist Alchemist 1, Rogue 1 and gain 2d6 Sneak attack. Is that true?

Thanks in advance for your dedication to this thread! You've saved hundreds of us!


James,

just to check, will Inner Sea Gods include stats for the heralds of all 20 main deities, or at least the heralds that were only statted for 3.5?

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xavier c wrote:
How many pantheons are in the Inner Sea Gods hardcover? i read there is an orc pantheon so will there be new gods?

I don't remember. A lot. And yes, there is an orc pantheon and the orc gods now actually have names.

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1 person marked this as a favorite.
Rysky wrote:
Alexander Augunas wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Speaking of ghostwriter Lovecraft S. T. Joshi put out a two part collection of his ghostwritings, The Crawling Chaos and Others and The Medusa's Coil and Others. They're on Amazon.

OMG

I just got my copies of these two books today, and looking through them... turns out there are some revisions I didn't know existed! AKA: I now own some Lovecraft stories I have NEVER READ!

AKA: Rysky is my new favorite person, and this thread has forever justified its presence in the internets to me.

Quick Rysky! Apply for SKR's old position! YOU'VE GOT AN IN! :-P

Dood, too soon...

As for a question for The Jacobsaur: pleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleaseplease pretty please with a cherry on top? :3

My powers are limited, even when my favorite person is involved.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Absynthyne wrote:

Hi JJ,

Been looking for an answer in an official capacity ALL NIGHT and feel like my head is going to burst via some horrifying cleric implosion scene.

Do sneak attack dice from multiple classes stack? For example... Does a Rogue 1, Magus 6, Master Spy 1 have 2d6 sneak attack, or do the sneak attack LEVELS stack, therefor granting 1d6 sneak attack as per a rogue of 2nd level?

I have always assumed that you cannot take Vivisectionist Alchemist 1, Rogue 1 and gain 2d6 Sneak attack. Is that true?

Thanks in advance for your dedication to this thread! You've saved hundreds of us!

Yes. Sneak attack dice pretty much always stack. Even when it's from a monster ability like derros or babaus have. We generally try to avoid building classes that allow you to double dip and gain more sneak attack dice than a single classed rogue would give you but we may have screwed a few of those up.

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The Golux wrote:

James,

just to check, will Inner Sea Gods include stats for the heralds of all 20 main deities, or at least the heralds that were only statted for 3.5?

Stats for all 20 heralds and 20 new less powerful minions will be included.

If that pleases you, thank me, since I actually had to kind of fight hard to get the heralds in there at all.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
The Golux wrote:

James,

just to check, will Inner Sea Gods include stats for the heralds of all 20 main deities, or at least the heralds that were only statted for 3.5?

Stats for all 20 heralds and 20 new less powerful minions will be included.

If that pleases you, thank me, since I actually had to kind of fight hard to get the heralds in there at all.

Was it a matter of space? If so, what did you have to jettison to make room?


James Jacobs wrote:
The Golux wrote:

James,

just to check, will Inner Sea Gods include stats for the heralds of all 20 main deities, or at least the heralds that were only statted for 3.5?

Stats for all 20 heralds and 20 new less powerful minions will be included.

If that pleases you, thank me, since I actually had to kind of fight hard to get the heralds in there at all.

Allow me to thank you then!

I can't wait to see what you folks put together for Pharasma and Urgathoa :DDD

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James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Alexander Augunas wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Speaking of ghostwriter Lovecraft S. T. Joshi put out a two part collection of his ghostwritings, The Crawling Chaos and Others and The Medusa's Coil and Others. They're on Amazon.

OMG

I just got my copies of these two books today, and looking through them... turns out there are some revisions I didn't know existed! AKA: I now own some Lovecraft stories I have NEVER READ!

AKA: Rysky is my new favorite person, and this thread has forever justified its presence in the internets to me.

Quick Rysky! Apply for SKR's old position! YOU'VE GOT AN IN! :-P

Dood, too soon...

As for a question for The Jacobsaur: pleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleaseplease pretty please with a cherry on top? :3

My powers are limited, even when my favorite person is involved.

Sounds like SOMEONE really needs to make that jump from Quasi-deity of Kaiju to full-blown deity of Kaiju.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure, Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Alexander Augunas wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Speaking of ghostwriter Lovecraft S. T. Joshi put out a two part collection of his ghostwritings, The Crawling Chaos and Others and The Medusa's Coil and Others. They're on Amazon.

OMG

I just got my copies of these two books today, and looking through them... turns out there are some revisions I didn't know existed! AKA: I now own some Lovecraft stories I have NEVER READ!

AKA: Rysky is my new favorite person, and this thread has forever justified its presence in the internets to me.

Quick Rysky! Apply for SKR's old position! YOU'VE GOT AN IN! :-P

Dood, too soon...

As for a question for The Jacobsaur: pleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleaseplease pretty please with a cherry on top? :3

My powers are limited, even when my favorite person is involved.

Ish okay, I couldn't make the move to Seattle anyway... Yet.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure, Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
The Golux wrote:

James,

just to check, will Inner Sea Gods include stats for the heralds of all 20 main deities, or at least the heralds that were only statted for 3.5?

Stats for all 20 heralds and 20 new less powerful minions will be included.

If that pleases you, thank me, since I actually had to kind of fight hard to get the heralds in there at all.

Does this mean that Rovagug will be getting a CR15 summonable herald or is that position still taken by Mr. Tarrasque?

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Really hoping there is another spawn of Rovagug in Inner sea gods (Since if memory serves he dosent have regular heralds?)


So how did the Necromancers of the Impyrium become the Runelords?

Were they already based off Sin, or was that a new addition when they were converted?


James Jacobs wrote:
The Golux wrote:

James,

just to check, will Inner Sea Gods include stats for the heralds of all 20 main deities, or at least the heralds that were only statted for 3.5?

Stats for all 20 heralds and 20 new less powerful minions will be included.

If that pleases you, thank me, since I actually had to kind of fight hard to get the heralds in there at all.

Thank you. :)

Why would have to fight for something so fundamental, however? Who were you fighting with?


That is really great, so thanks, James. I always liked the idea of high-level or favored casters (not just divine casters, even) being able to summon servants of their deity, so having stats for those will help a lot.

Scarab Sages

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Kairos Dawnfury wrote:

So how did the Necromancers of the Impyrium become the Runelords?

Were they already based off Sin, or was that a new addition when they were converted?

Check out this blog post: Raising The Runelords or, "How To Recover From a TPK and Make It Look Like You Planned It All Along".

Warning: Spoilers ahoy for RotRL. But the first two paragraphs are fairly safe.


James Jacobs wrote:
The Golux wrote:

James,

just to check, will Inner Sea Gods include stats for the heralds of all 20 main deities, or at least the heralds that were only statted for 3.5?

Stats for all 20 heralds and 20 new less powerful minions will be included.

If that pleases you, thank me, since I actually had to kind of fight hard to get the heralds in there at all.

Well done James!


James Jacobs wrote:
The Golux wrote:

James,

just to check, will Inner Sea Gods include stats for the heralds of all 20 main deities, or at least the heralds that were only statted for 3.5?

Stats for all 20 heralds and 20 new less powerful minions will be included.

If that pleases you, thank me, since I actually had to kind of fight hard to get the heralds in there at all.

Thanks.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Three questions for you:

I have to admit I find myself at a bit of a loss as to what kind of deity a PC could become upon taking the Test of the Starstone or doing something equally mythic. It seems like all the available concepts and ideas a deity could represent are already filled. How does a PC deal with this? How could you become a deity of justice if Iomedae already fills that position? Or of strategy when that's Torag's gig?

And on an unrelated note, I have a friend I'm seeking advice for. We're going to be playing in Curse of the Crimson Throne and he wants to play something unique, something different than the rogues he's used to playing. I'm playing a warrior priest of Sarenrae. Any suggestions I can pass along to him to help him create a character uniquely Korvosan?

And speaking of warrior priests, what would separate a LG warrior priest type from an actual paladin? I assume the average LG cleric of a deity, even if said deity isn't LG, would behave similarly to the paladin's code for that deity anyway. If you're divinely empowered by your god, and you're more comfortable with a sword in hand than a crosier, what's to stop you from calling yourself a paladin even though you're not a paladin by class?


In Alushinyrra (The Ten Thousand Delights district)there are conjure-brothels. now what are conjure-brothels are they brothels conjured from
nothing or are they brothels where they conjure creatures?


How would you run a game/campaign where there were no/very rare opportunities for safe places and mercantile?

I'm creating a game based on the Heretic/Hexen game series, which involves fighting through dimensions all completely occupied and controlled by the villains, The Serpent Riders. This would allow no opportunities to sell equipment or even use gold at all.


James Jacobs wrote:
There are absolutely religious wizards, just as there are religious scientists.

More of a comment than a question but you may be interested in Byakuren Hijiri.

Her backstory:
Most stories about wizards using others as a means to immortality end in damnation; it’s the opposite case for Byakuren. When her brother and Mikkyo mentor Myouren died she sought to learn the means of immortality from youkai (catch-all term for monsters). She initially protected them for her own ends but began to see them as people.

In short, she changed from true neutral to neutral good when she became immortal. Her long-term goal is peace between humans and youkai, though she’d like the latter to be less rowdy. She’s both a high priestess of a Mahayana temple and a transmuter powerful enough to be a runelord.

Now a question: She an interesting character to you?


What type(or race) of outsider servants does Calistria and Norgorber have?


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
zerzix wrote:
Yeah, Scepter of the Underworld was the first adventures I actually remember going through. What stuck out in my mind was the ending when Alaznist threw back his hood and revealed he was a drow elf. Ewww I was so mad. lol

You're welcome! :-)

And it might also amuse you to know that your avatar is from an illustration of the demon lord Lascer, who was also one I made up for my homebrew but that I more or less sold to Wizards of the Coast in the adventure "The Razing of Redshore."

I infest everything, apparently!

And now I'm going to have to go read the entire Demonomicon of Iggwilv again. There'll be some incoming questions coming from that end soon. Those things almost singlehandedly got me into Planescape, along with Todd's Storyhour, so thank you!

Did you have any plans for the loumara demons in 3.5 that never came to fruition because of the edition change?

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