I recently picked up the Inner Sea Bestiary, and love the Android race, and the robots therein. I'm looking to get all the information I can on Numeria, and am curious which books have information on them.
As a retaliative newcomer to the Pathfinder world, I'd appreciate those that know more, pointing me to the books with such information, so I might purchase and consume it ravenously.
They're relatively thin at the moment. There's half a page in the Inner Sea Primer, 4 pages in the Inner Sea World Guide, some Numeria based scenes in City of the Fallen Sky. There is a bit of Numeric shading in Part 5 of Kingmaker (AP35), but that's mostly just a couple of normal magic items refluffed into being Starfall tech.
|Christopher Rowe Contributor|
Cpt_kirstov wrote:To be honest, I think the novel city of the fallen sky has the most infor on it
*Looks it up* hurm... no kindle edition. My instant gratification will have to wait a bit.
Thank you. I'll look into it as well.
I have the Pathfinder Tales novels on my Nook. You just have to buy it straight from Paizo instead of going through a third party. Assuming Kindles can read .pdfs or .epubs that is, I really don't know much about them.
I've actually been extremely curious about this as well. just downloaded the book you all seemed to suggest, and shall be reading that for the rest of my night. Numeria is so far one of my favorite areas for flavor, and i would love to see more information on it.
my above answers were done from my phone...
Most of the action itself doesn't happen in Numeria, but the main character has artifacts collected from there, and has many flashbacks about the trips into the silver mount to collect them.
(topics covered - technic league and how it works on site, types of rooms and traps found in the mountain, types of artifacts recovered, description of things built for everyday use by the technic league, names of some of the individuals going into the Mountain, living conditions, everyday life for an explorer)
|James Sutter Senior Editor/Fiction Editor|
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Thanks to everyone for pointing out City of the Fallen Sky--Tim did an excellent job of capturing Numeria, even if it isn't the entire focus of the book.
And I can say that I'm confident you *will* be seeing more about Numeria in the not-so-distant future, on both the fiction and gaming side of things. Wheels are in motion... :D
We're applying our imaginations! :D
But really, if that style of visual is going to work anywhere, Numeria is it. (or maybe Castroel, which has some art that was squarely in Frazetta-territory)
Besides that though, I'm really hoping Numeria's sense of fashion is over-the-top with whatever aesthetic they do go with. Whether it's the seemingly least-practically dressed barbarians in Golarion wearing and weilding alien relics or the crazy awesome Technic League upper class fashion. (though she might also make for a great cleric of Brigh too...)