Got myself a used copy of Monte Cook's "Anger of Angels" sourcebook (http://www.montecook.com/cgi-bin/page.cgi?mpress_Angels), and I'm loving it so much, I was wondering about converting it to Pathfinder.
Naturally, the most interesting aspect to convert would be the 11 angelic races: Cherubim, Kalkudrim, Malakim, Seraphim, etc. Since Pathfinder doesn't use Level Adjustment, they would prove challenging to convert. I suppose it should be possible to replicate them using Monstrous Races build rules from the Advanced Race Guide.
Would anyone have any advice on the subject?
I agree with Caedwyr, go with a racial paragon class and either allow feats to make the angel or archtypes to add that layer you want to remove generic angelic abilities. I lack a copy of Anger of Angels since my games always revolved around the either athas, toril, and Golarion. Only book under Malhavoc Press I own is When the Sky Falls, and I'm working on converting that as well as old Sheen articles in Dragn magazine for my numerian players.
So ideas for conversions are:
2:racial class with archtypes
3:Racial paragon class with feats or paths
Pesonally, a class with archtypes to make the variety of angels would be a good idea in my opinion and feats could boost their abilities as well as a possible 'fallen' class that is the result of angelic beings either going for rebirth in celestial grace or embracing the power of devilhood.