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Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:

I have a collosal wish list. Lets start with the native american creatures, since there aren't that many of those in PF.

Chenoo: Huge, brutish stone giants, often depicted with a rhinoceros like horn.
Binaye Ahani: Creepy twin limbless demons with a basilisk like stare.
Djieien: Gigantic camel spider like monster. Size huge at least.
Ewah: A hideous demon whose very sight would cause insanity.
Ganiagwaidhegowa: A monstrous furless bear monster.
Gowrow: Vicious tusked lizardlike dragon. I think it's a cryptid.
Haakapainzi: Giant carnivorous grasshopper with a taste for children's flesh.
Horned Alligator: Just what you'd think, cool amphibious beastie.
Hvcko Capko: Wolf/horse hybrid with huge ears.
Kiwahkw: Undead ice giants.
Iya: Gigantic, undescribed storm controlling beast/demon.
Piasa: Winged antlered dragon with a manticore like head.
Jokao: Cannibal giants with pangolin like stone scales.
Stcemqestcint: Buffalo people who could transform into trees. A treant/minotaur hybrid?
Tcipitckaam: Shape shifting sea serpent with a unicorn head.
Teehooltsoodi: Giant bull horned otter beast.
Trelquehuecuve: Giant octopus with huge ears and clawed tentacles.
Thelgeth: Shaggy headless giant.
Tsenahale: Harpy like demons.
Tsiatko: Giant twig blight creatures.
Uktena: A dreaded horned sea/lake serpent.
Wakandagi Pezi: Water dragon with hooves and deer antlers.
Yeitso: Ancient anthropophagous pangolin scaled giant
Letiche: Aka the Honey Island Swamp Monster, shaggy brute often described with crab pinchers.
Ozark Howler: Monstrous horned werewolf like cryptid.
Aniwye: Huge dire skunk.
Delgeth: Vicious carnivorous demon antelope.
Hotawa'e: Bison minotaurs.

Nice list...I am familar with most of these, but not the Hotawa'e. Do they have an alternative name or is there some non-online source for them? My search fu isn't finding anything other than gaming posts for a new world themed homebrew.


Unktekhila

Asanbosam

Gallimimus

Phorcydes


Nyarlathotep


Old Man Whateley wrote:
Nyarlathotep

Uh, he's a god. Gods are completely exempt.

Silver Crusade

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I want B5 to include Wokkozirokko, Nahaganere, Zemba-Zemba and Testigoths.


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Voyd211 wrote:
Old Man Whateley wrote:
Nyarlathotep
Uh, he's a god. Gods are completely exempt.

True, though at least we can still kill Cthulhu and mount his head on a wall thanks to Mythic and such.

Maybe some day the policy will change and we get to see all 1000 masks of Nyarlathotep in a gallery as well.


Sad to see the Yara-ma-yha-who, Piasa (advanced Peryton Dragon) and Djieien didn't make it into the Bestiary 4...

I'm happy to see some creatures not in that list, gives me hope on the C, K and M creatures I really want to see! I will make a huge proposal once I know every creature in Bestiary 4.

I don't want the Djieien to be large or huge, it must be small but Immortal since it buries its own heart in another creature/hiding place

Another idea for Djieien is a Lich Spider as it works just the same as a lich, an Undead Solifigud/Camel spider (there are enough real spiders really) that is intelligent, small but SUPER deadly.

Cr 12 would be good for it.


If C, K, and M are what I'm thinking it is, you'll be in for a pleasant surprise.

Grand Lodge

Old Man Whateley wrote:
Nyarlathotep

Nyarlathotep, oh you mean this character.

http://myanimelist.net/character/31418/Nyaruko


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If C, K, and M are what I'm thinking it is, you'll be in for a pleasant surprise.

Well I only mentioned those creatures like... A MILLION times in every single topic possible, so I think you know haha :-p


Nice monster list Wannabe demon Lord, I would also like to see a lot of those guys one day.


Funny, I did many of these list and even larger, and nobody seemed to care at all, now everybody is acting like they see god.

Anyway isn't the Ewah a Mountain Lion humanoid? At least Wikipedia's monster list told me so.

Anyway I would like to see these creatures from that list.

Chenoo: Huge, brutish stone giants, often depicted with a rhinoceros like horn.
Djieien: Gigantic camel spider like monster. Size huge at least.
Ewah: A hideous demon whose very sight would cause insanity.
Haakapainzi: Giant carnivorous grasshopper with a taste for children's flesh.
Piasa: Winged antlered dragon with a manticore like head.
Yeitso: Ancient anthropophagous pangolin scaled giant
Aniwye: Huge dire skunk.
Delgeth: Vicious carnivorous demon antelope.


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Gorbacz wrote:
I want B5 to include Wokkozirokko, Nahaganere, Zemba-Zemba and Testigoths.

I don't think easily annoyed teenagers who like to dress in black a lot makes for a great monster. ;)

Shadow Lodge

Icyshadow wrote:
Voyd211 wrote:
Old Man Whateley wrote:
Nyarlathotep
Uh, he's a god. Gods are completely exempt.

True, though at least we can still kill Cthulhu and mount his head on a wall thanks to Mythic and such.

Maybe some day the policy will change and we get to see all 1000 masks of Nyarlathotep in a gallery as well.

Except, from what has been posted about him, it's impossible to kill Cthulhu.


Thanks for supporting my ideas guys!
As for the Hotawa'e, I think that that could be a mistake on my part. I saw the homebrew stats and thought it was a real creature. I could be totally wrong about that.

Gancanagh, if you have an even larger list of new world creatures I'd like to see it. I've been trying to research them lately and info has been all too scarce.

For the Djeien, that idea could work too. Giant size was just my thoughts on the monster, but a lich spider would be cool. As long as it's a camel spider.
For the Ewah, perhaps. It didn't say that on the website I researched it on, though the description they gave on it was very brief.

GorbacZ, what are those monsters you listed from? Google is coming up with nothing on them.

Grand Lodge

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Arch Devils (Since the B4 gets Demon Lords -- and especially since Devils are better anyway)

Children of the Intellect Devourer Hosts (Cuz if those mind-control monsters use us to experience life they should have some creepy non-parasite-needed offspring, right?)

New CR3-6 "Grunt" (Without any bells or whistles like gnolls & bugbears & ogres & minotaurs, but with some cool background and society fluff -- to be used as mooks cuz we could use some more generic monstrous humanoids like this.

Nightshade: NightWolf (Maybe same CR as the Bat, or a bit more or less. A Panther would be cool, too, just have to find something else to call it cuz "NightPanther" sucks, maybe "NightLion." That'd be cool.)

Lava Folk (I just remember the Lava Children from 1E being so cool; Paizo would have to rewrite/ redesign the monster, sure, just keep the perpetual (and disturbing) grin.)

"Cooler" Doppelganger (Not merely advanced, really make it cool -- as cool as the Dark Stalker is to the Dark Creeper, ya know.)

Ormyr (Or something like the 2E monster that looks like a Jabba-the-Hutt creature but isn't -- if "Ormyr" is owned by WotC.)


- Daemonic harbingers, as they are just four.
- Azi Dragons,not as the a new class of true dragons, but just as "Azi".

(Delusion Time) It would be awesome if there was an exclusive "Herald Bestiary"!!! We can't kill gods yet, but we can kill their emissaries. Even as a Campaign Setting, who knows.


Azi Dragons with new art and I agree I don't want them to be the new 5 true dragons.

Yes, we would all like a doppelganger that is "20% cooler";) Though I would just call it a phasm and make it were it can change into any creature type and maybe even objects.

Sakaki_xd, all the heralds for the 20 core deities are supposed to be in the Innersea Gods book.


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Not gonna lie, I'd like to see some of the following in Bestiary 5:

Abraxus (Demon Lord)
Aksha (Rakshasa Immortal)
Akuma (Oni Daimyo)
Angazhan (Demon Lord)
Ardad Lili (Whore Queen)
Arshea (Empyreal Lord)
Astaroth (Infernal Duke)
Atropos (Psychopomp Usher)
Barbatos (Archdevil)
Barravoclair (Kyton Demagogue)
Barzahk (Psychopomp Usher)
Black Butterfly (Empyreal Lord)
Bundha (Rakshasa Immortal)
Ceyanan (Psychopomp Usher)
Chavazvug (Qlippoth Lord)
Count Ranalc (Eldest)
Crocell (Infernal Duke)
Dispater (Archdevil)
Doloras (Whore Queen)
Dradjit (Rakshasa Immortal)
Fharaas (Kyton Demagogue)
Eiseth (Whore Queen)
Inkariax (Kyton Demagogue)
Il’surrish (Protean Lord)
Isph-Aun-Vuln (Qlippoth Lord)
Llamolaek (Daemonic Harbinger)
Mammon (Archdevil)
Muronna (Oni Daimyo)
Narriseminek (Protean Lord)
Pavnuri (Daemonic Harbinger)
Oaur-Ooung (Qlippoth Lord)
Onmyuza (Oni Daimyo)
Orcus (Demon Lord)
Ragadahn (Eldest)
Ragathiel (Empyreal Lord)
Ssila’meshnik (Protean Lord)
The Green Mother (Eldest)
Vorasha (Daemonic Harbinger)
Zaebos (Infernal Duke)

Also, while I'm not super big on Aeons, I think some new Proteans are in order or am I wrong on that?


Lou Carcolh!


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Ok, now I know what's coming in Bestiary 4 and which of my wishes don't, these are my final wishes for bestiary 5.

My wishes for creatures of all kinds of mythologies, Greek, Egyptian, Aztec, Mapuche, Philippine, American, African, Japanese, Asian, Celtic, Norse, Slavic, Scottish and Irish.
Also some Cryptids and creatures from the Medieval Bestiary in here.

All these creatures are EVIL and NEUTRAL, there are no GOOD creatures in this list as I don't like those.

Most stuff behind the = I made up myself to make some of the monsters more diverse or special.

- Aatxe (Undead) (CR 14) Wiki Link for Aatxe = Evil, vengeful undead red Bull creature who haunts, stalks and kills criminals.
- A Bao A Qu (Ooze) (CR 14) Wiki Link for A Bao A Qu = Narcistic (dragon formed) Ooze creature obsessed with perfection and beauty, drains Charisma.
- Acheri (Undead) (CR 3) Wiki Link for Acheri = Daughters of the Horseman of Pestilence, these undead look like little girls which spread terrible diseases and plagues.
- Adze (Magical Beast) (CR 4) Wiki Link for Adze = Vampiric firefly/mosquito monsters with light-based attacks and which drain body warmth instead of blood.
- Afanc (Magical Beast) (CR 5) Wiki Link for Afanc = A horrid beaver with Alligator features, these monsters share the creativity of the beaver with the strength and terror of the alligator, they are adept in making horrible traps.
- Ahkiyyini (Undead) (CR 12) Wiki Link for Ahkiyyini = Ogre sized skeletons which play drums to turn the elements very hostile, creating natural disasters and turning animals and plants into aggressive killers.
- Aitvaras (Dragon) (CR 8) Wiki Link for Aitvaras = Indoors it’s a flaming rooster, outdoors however it turns into a fierce horrid dragon.
- Akaname (Aberration) (CR 2) Wiki Link for Akaname = Horrid Aberrations which are attracted to dirty environments and prey, they have a long acid tongue.
- Ammit (Magical Beast) (CR 18) Wiki Link for Ammit = Horrid eaters of souls, these croc/lion/hippo creatures often work for demon lords.
- Antaeus (Outsider/Giant) (CR 13) Wiki Link for Antaeus = Half giant and half earth elemental, these creatures can't be killed as long as they are in contact with the soil beneath them.
- Argopelter (Magical Beast) (CR 5) Wiki Link for Argopelter = Strange baboon-like monsters with whip like arms and powers over wood and trees.
- Asag (Outsider/Demon) (CR 10) Wiki Link for Asag = Rock demons which just like the Surinam Toad/Frog can summon smaller rock demons from their backs.

- Barbegazi (Fey) (CR 2) Wiki Link for Barbegazi = Snow Fey with large feet and the ability to create and summon avalanches.
- Batibat (Fey) (CR 12) Wiki Link for Batibat = Unlike the beautiful Dryad these fat, vile and ugly tree women haunt the nightmares of anyone that damages the forest.
- Blemmyes (Aberration) (CR 6) Wiki Link for Blemmyes = These headless cannibal giants have huge toothy mouths in their chests.
- Bloody Bones (Fey) (CR 14) Wiki Link for Bloody Bones = Leaving behind a trail of acid blood these bogeymen from hell look like skinless horrors crawling around on long arms because it appears their lower body is ripped off.

- Cactus Cat (Plant) (CR 4) Wiki Link for Cactus Cat = Vile panther-like creatures covered in cactus skin, their tail ends in a club like weapon.
- Cherufe (Outsider/Elemental) (CR 14) Wiki Link for Cherufe = The avatars of living volcanoes made entirely from lava/magma, seeking sacrifices for their volcano masters.
- Chrysaor (Outsider/Demon) (CR 11) Wiki Link for Chrysaor = Demonic Boar beasts from the Demon Realms, when their blood hits the ground swarms of nasty scorpions spawn from it.
- Clurichaun (Fey) (CR 5) Wiki Link for Clurichaun = The nasty brother of the Leprechaun, these wear red clothes and are always drunk, they are very greedy and steal your luck.

- Djieien (Undead) (CR 11) Link for Djieien = Lich Spiders, these undead Camel Spiders/Solifiguds burry their hearts in other creatures/objects so that they can't be killed as long as their heart isn't crushed.
- Dobhar-Chu (Magical Beast) (CR 5) Wiki Link for Dobhar-Chu = Nasty river monsters that look like monstrous Otters.
- Drop Bear (Magical Beast) (CR 1) Wiki Link for Drop Bear = Koala-bear like creatures that fall from trees and which can increase and decrease their own body mass.

- Echeneis (Magical Beast) (CR 7) Wiki Link for Echeneis = Horrid crosses between Remora fish and Sharks, these have time slowing and magnetic powers.
- Empusa (Monstrous Humanoid/Lamia) (CR 9) Wiki Link for Empusa = Half Mantis and half seducing females, Empusa love to eat males.
- Enenra (Outsider/Demon) (CR 9) Wiki Link for Enenra = Evil demons of living smoke, they can possess humans and burn them from the inside out after they are done with them.

- Gaasyendietha (Dragon) (CR 18) Wiki Link for Gaasyendietha = Meteor Dragons, these world destroying dragons can turn from stone-like dragon to a fiery meteor rock traveling through space.
- Gancanagh (Fey) (CR 8) Wiki Link for Gancanagh = Very pretty male Fey that make other creatures addicted to them and turning them into their slaves.
- Gold-Digging Ant (Vermin) (CR 3) Wiki Link for Gold-Digging Ant = Large Ant creatures with golden skin, they can track gold from miles away and are often found together with a lot of gold.

- Ichneumon (Magical Beast) (CR 12) Wiki Link for Ichneumon = Horrid Wasp monsters that eat dragons, they also lay their eggs inside Dragons.
- Ikuchi (Magical Beast/Sea Serpent) (CR 15) Wiki Link for Ikuchi = Sea Serpents with oil/tar like sweat which they use destroy boats and ships.
- Itzpapalotl (Undead) (CR 12) Wiki Link for Itzpapalotl = These look like skeletons with the wings of a beautiful butterfly, they present the beauty of death.

- Jack-in-Irons (Fey/Giant) (CR 13) Wiki Link for Jack-in-Irons = Giants covered in chains, haunting roads and blocking ways.
- Jubokko (Plant) (CR 9) Wiki Link for Jubokko = Vampire Trees which leaves turn red after they fed on blood.

- Kamaitachi (Magical Beast) (CR 12) Wiki Link for Kamaitachi = Super fast weasel monsters with scythe like hands, they can create mirror images of themselves.
- Karkadann (Magical Beast) (CR 7) Wiki Link for Karkadann = Desert unicorn-like monsters with a nasty temper.
- Kaw Kaw (Aberration) (CR 10) Wiki Link for Kaw Kaw = Kidnapping Boogeyman which is very fat and ugly, its stomach is actually a small pocket plane and it swallows creatures whole in its HUGE toothless slimy mouth.
- Kikimora (Fey) (CR 5) Wiki Link for Kikimora = Nasty female version of the Domovoy.
- Kumiho (Magical Beast) (CR 14) Wiki Link for Kumiho = The evil version of the Kitsune, it’s a nine-tailed fox monster with silver fur that can't take humanoid form any more but which magical curse abilities make up for that.

- Ladon (Dragon) (CR 16) Wiki Link for Ladon = Serpent-like dragon which protects nature on a very vile way.
- Lavellan (Magical Beast/Aberration) (CR 11) Wiki Link for Lavellan = The most poisonous creature around, it has a poison aura and even hurts creatures which are otherwise immune to poison.

- Mahaha (Outsider/Daemon) (CR 6) Link for Mahaha = Daemon created from souls that were killed by cold, they have very long nails which they use to tickle their victims to death, they always laugh in a very mad and annoying evil way.
- Minhacao (Vermin) (CR 14) Wiki Link for Minhacao = Giant snake/worms that live in jungles they are covered in armadillo/pangolin armor.

- Namazu (Magical Beast) (CR 10) Wiki Link for Namazu = Giant catfish monsters with powers over earth and quakes.
- Nekomata (Outsider/Oni) (CR 8) Wiki Link for Nekomata = Evil catfolk oni with two tails and bright light blue fur.

- Odontotyrannos (Outsider) (CR 19) Wiki Link for Odontotyrannos = The tyrannosaurus from the abyss, these demonic dinosaurs have huge chaotic teeth in their huge maws.

- Pyrausta (Dragon) (CR 3) Wiki Link for Pyrausta = Insect-like Dragons, they come in much variety, from dragonflies, to beetles and from mantis dragons to spider dragons.

- Rarog (Fey) (CR 12) Wiki Link for Rarog = Fiery fey that travel in the form of a fiery bird or fireball.

- Sazae-Oni (Outsider/Oni) (CR 9) Wiki Link for Sazae-Oni = Evil sea-snail like monsters with a female growing out of their behinds.
- Shadhavar (Magical Beast/Unicorn) (CR 12) Wiki Link for Shadhavar = Nasty sound-controlling black Unicorns that despise other unicorns.
- Shellycoat (Fey) (CR 4) Wiki Link for Shellycoat = Voice-stealing sea bogeymen dressed in horrid shells used for protection and weapons.
- Sianach (Magical Beast) (CR 8) Link for Sianach = Hags often ride these monstrous stags which have skulls hanging from their HUGE antlers, their eyes burning with vengeful green fire.
- Symplegades (Outsider/Elemental) (CR 13) Wiki Link for Symplegades/Planctae = Twin Stone-like golems that crush other creatures between the two of them.

- Tiyanak (Outsider/Demon) (CR 5) Wiki Link for Tiyanak = Demonic monsters which take the form of a humanoid baby to hunt for prey.
- Tsemaus (Magical Beast) (CR 6) Link for Tsemaus = Huge sand sharks swimming in deserts with huge dorsal fins which cut like a razor.

- Valravn (Magical Beast) (CR 6) Wiki Link for Valravn = Evil large raven creatures which eat corpses to gain those forms and thoughts, shapeshifters.
- Yeitso (Monstrous Humanoid/Giant) (CR 10) Link for Yeitso = Large mountain dwelling giants with the skin of Pangolins/Armadillo's.
- Vila (Fey) (CR 12) Wiki Link for Vila = Storm Nymphs, very vile in behavior unlike their Nymph Sisters, they are chaotic like a storm and have storm-based powers over lightning, winds and clouds.

- Yara-Ma-Yha-Who (Aberration) (CR 8) Wiki Link for Yara-Ma-Yha-Who = Evil tree bogeymen that have suckers for fingers which they use to suck out blood, they love the taste of children but turn some of their victims into new Yara's.

Other Animals, D&D and Dinosaur wishes.

- Sirrush (D&D style but with merging together ability)
- Ravid
- Assassin Bug, Thorn crown Starfish, and Earwig (Giant Magical Versions)
- Magnetic Creature
- Bonesnapper (with bone powers)
- Crimson Death (D&D holds no copyright over it anymore!)
- Therizinosaurus (Best Dinosaur Evah!)
- Tanystropheus
- Procoptodon (Giant Kangaroo)
- NO MORE SPIDERS AND SCORPIONS, Instead the Mantis and Moth/Butterfly should enter in their place.

List of AP creatures I still want to see:
- Skull Ripper
- Dance Macabre (New Artwork)
- Black Jinn
- Ukobach (New Artwork)
- Vrykolakas
- Drekavac
- Bog Strider
- Hail Lily
- Skrik Nettle
- Sea Scorpion / Eurypterid (New Artwork, No Variants)
- Camulatz
- Mokele-Mbembe
- Inkanyamba
- Vilcasis
- Hala Demon
- Oni Tengu (Yamabushi)
- Oni Kitsune (Nogitsune)
- Chon Chon
- Kijimuna
- Raiju
- Dunkleosteus (New Artwork)
- Coral Capuchin (Brain/Blood Coral Variants)
- Gigas Clam
- Addu
- Wolpertinger (New Artwork)
- Bogwid (New Artwork, with smaller spawn)
- Polevik (New Artwork)
- Kere
- Living Rune
- Domovoi
- Frost Fir
- Dawn Piper
- Mirror Man
- Azgenzak
- Kokogiak
- Lady Midday
- Vescavor Queen
- Umdhlebi (New Artwork)
- Ursikka
- Sangoi

From other Products:
- Phasma Daemon
- Sangu Daemon
- Scarab
- Thinman/Slenderman
- Whirlmaw
- Chickcharney (New Artwork)
- Duppy
- Cythillipede


I don't suppose anyone replies to anything in particular in this thread?

I noticed someone favorited my previous post, which was a pleasant surprise, but still. Have any of you ever heard of Lox? No? Didn't think so, let's move on.

How about the futakuchi-onna and tsuchinoko? Yes, I've got Pokémon on the brain. They're the respective inspirations for Mawile and Dunsparce.

As far as Lovecraft, I'd be happy to see some reference to Kthanid. You know, the one deity who actually wants to help humanity?


I've heard of bagels and lox...


Lox in this case is a Native American trickster demon, crafted by their creator-god's evil, wolf-headed twin.

How do I know this? There's a shelf in my room full of old Childcraft books that I've had since forever, and one of them had a whole bunch of myths and folk tales. One of which featured Baba Yaga, actually. Reading children's books is my guilty pleasure.

Here's the story that features Lox and his creator, Malsum. I try to consider myself a mythology and folklore buff, but I don't know any Korean folklore whatsoever.

Scarab Sages

I have more creatures I would like to see as well, some of which I've made:

Burning Servants of Rovagug: These can be either undead (fire) or Outsiders (evil, fire), but in either case, they are the living spirits of a priest/priestess of Rovagug; as a result, when they died, the flaming hatred and destruction of their god turned their souls into living beings. They can have some cleric spells as spell-like abilities, as well as an ability to emit a ray of unholy flame (similar to the ray of frost spell).

Saladrake: This is a giant, six-legged salamander-like magical beast that has a bite powerful enough to eat gemstones (its favorite meal), bathes in pools of lava (making it immune to fire but weak to cold), and is Huge sized. This is to make a creature more similar to the original mythical salamander than the salamanders of Bestiary 1.

Emela-ntouka "Killer of Elephants": If Pathfinder did a stat block for the mokele-mbembe (cryptid), then I'm surprised that the killer of elephants isn't in here either. I believe that the artwork for this would be cool if it looked like a short-snouted crocodile with a rhino horn. It could be an animal, just like the mokele-mbembe is, but it could also be a magical beast.

Repanomamus: For those who don't know what this is, this was a prehistoric mammal that lived in China 125 million years ago. Two species are known-one as big as a badger, and another as big as a dog (I think like teenage German Shepard). In a story board segment that was suppose to be part of a dinosaur documentary, Repanomamus acted like a honey badger-barking, snarling and chasing everything (in the story board, it chased a Raptorex, a heard of Iguanodon, even a crocodile). I think having something like that would be cool to fight against-the players could think it's harmless, until it snarls and bites one of the players's hands.


I would be pretty shocked if Ammit doesn't show up in one of the bestiaries for Mummy's Mask. It's probably the most iconic Egyptian monster, which there really isn't a whole lot of, unless you count the various animal-headed dieties.


Yes it would suit a desert based AP.

Damn thinking about my wishlist makes me kinda sad... we have desert based AP and Robot based AP coming up... no space for any of those monsters I wished for other than Tsemaus, Karkadann and Ammit for the desert ap...

Anyway if I have to make a choice which one I really want in the bestiary 5 if I have to be picky I pick

Afanc - Ahkiyyini - Asag - Batibat - Bloody Bones - Cherufe - Empusa - Jack in Irons - Kamaitachi - Karkadann - Lavellan - Mahaha - Namazu - Nekomata - Rarog - Sazae-Oni - Shellycoat - Symplegades - Tsemaus - Vila

As the ones that I Really really really want in the Bestiary, the others are nice of course but these are my main favorites.

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Voyd211 wrote:
As far as Lovecraft, I'd be happy to see some reference to Kthanid. You know, the one deity who actually wants to help humanity?

[Sincubus troll mode]

I'd be OK with Nodens...but Kthanid? F--- that s---. He's pretty much the antithesis of what Lovecraft's Mythos was about.
[/Sincubus troll mode]


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After 4 Bestiaries this is what's left from the 3.5 Monster Manual that is under the OGL. Honestly I liked to see them all get updated.

Arrowhawk - This is a great monster and deserves a second look.

Abyssal Greater Basilisk - A little bit more than just an advanced hit die basilisk with the fiendish template it could use a few more abilities.

Digester - Needs a new name and should be tied in with Mythos monsters, otherwise a fun monster.

Ethereal Filcher - Fun monster but needs a better back story for why it's doing all that filching. A name change would help as well.

Ethereal Marauder - A good monster, just needs a name change.

Grimlock - Totally needs to be a 0 hit die player race. This is what happens when a Morlock has babies with a human/elf/drow/etc.

Phasm - Great monster but needs a better back story, lots of potential.

Ravid - Awesome monster but needs a better apperance and some rule adjustments. Otherwise a great monster.

Razor Boar - Another good monster that deserves a second look.


I would like the digester, ethereal filcher, and ethereal marauder but give them new names.

I want the (non-evil) Ravid to keep it's animated object at will ability but make it around CR12-15.

I want the Phasm as a CR20 shapechanger that can change into any creature type and maybe objects as well. I would make it an intelligent N Ooze(extraplanar).

I wouldn't mind having the Razoe Boar but rename it after a mythical boar.

I would like to have the Arrowhawk as well regardless if they change it's name or not.

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Brinebeast wrote:
After 4 Bestiaries this is what's left from the 3.5 Monster Manual that is under the OGL. Honestly I liked to see them all get updated.

Now that Paizo finally has an equivalent to the Epic Level Handbook, the monsters from the Epic portion of the SRD are fair game as well:

Abomination
* Anaxim
* Atropal
* Chichimec
* Dream Larva
* Hecatoncheires
* Infernal
* Phaethon
* Phane
* Xixecal
Behemoth
* Behemoth Eagle
* Behemoth Gorilla
Brachyurus
Colossus
* Stone Colossus
* Flesh Colossus
* Iron Colossus
Devastation Vermin
* Devastation Centipede
* Devastation Spider
* Devastation Scorpion
* Devastation Beetle
Dragon, Advanced
* Dragon, Epic
* Force Dragon
* Prismatic Dragon
Elemental, Primal
* Primal Air Elemental
* Primal Earth Elemental
* Primal Fire Elemental
* Primal Water Elemental
Genius Loci
Gibbering Orb
Gloom
Ha-Naga
Hagunemnon (Protean)
Hoary Hunter
* Hoary Steed
Hunefer
Lavawight
Legendary Animal
* Legendary Bear
* Legendary Tiger
LeShay
Living Vault
Mercane
Mu Spore
Neh-Thalggu (Brain Collector)
Paragon Creature
Prismasaurus
Pseudonatural Creature
* Pseudonatural Troll
Ruin Swarm
Shadow Of The Void
Shape Of Fire
Sirrush
* Three-Headed Sirrush
Tayellah
Thorciasid
Titan, Elder
Treant, Elder
Umbral Blot (Blackball)
Uvuudaum
Vermiurge

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Other than finishing off the SRD and Epic SRD (as well as the Psionic SRD, which is up to Dreamscarred), there are only a handful of other monsters I'd like to see:

Hunting Horror (from Lovecraft)
Demon, Candarian (from The Evil Dead)
Demon, Golgothan Excremental (from Dogma)
Byakhee (from Lovecraft Mythos, unsure about rights)


I like to see the remaining monsters of Psionic Handbook without Psionic powers, much like the Crysmal.

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Gancanagh wrote:
I like to see the remaining monsters of Psionic Handbook without Psionic powers, much like the Crysmal.

Meh. Like I said, since Paizo can't seem to figure out what it wants to do with psionics, those are better left to Dreamscarred.


Well I can't see why Intellect Devoureres and Crysmals (my favorite two from the book) can be in the bestiaries but the others not?

I don't care for that playable race (which is the only one which is really psionic based) so the others (like the one with the impossible name coming from a lunatics mind Pthistic or whatever) can be in bestiaries much like the ID and Crysmal.

That demon is cool to and the Ruby Golem, Thought Eater.


@Kthulhu, wouldn't the Mythic elementals fill in the gap of the Primal Elementals?

Brinebeast wrote:

After 4 Bestiaries this is what's left from the 3.5 Monster Manual that is under the OGL. Honestly I liked to see them all get updated.

Arrowhawk - This is a great monster and deserves a second look.

Abyssal Greater Basilisk - A little bit more than just an advanced hit die basilisk with the fiendish template it could use a few more abilities.

Digester - Needs a new name and should be tied in with Mythos monsters, otherwise a fun monster.

Ethereal Filcher - Fun monster but needs a better back story for why it's doing all that filching. A name change would help as well.

Ethereal Marauder - A good monster, just needs a name change.

Grimlock - Totally needs to be a 0 hit die player race. This is what happens when a Morlock has babies with a human/elf/drow/etc.

Phasm - Great monster but needs a better back story, lots of potential.

Ravid - Awesome monster but needs a better apperance and some rule adjustments. Otherwise a great monster.

Razor Boar - Another good monster that deserves a second look.

I don't know why, but the Arrowhawk is not well liked among the staff. *shrug*


They said it will be in Misfit monsters 2 if it ever happens. Probably the Digester, Ravid, Phasm and Ethereals end up there too.

Personally the worst monsters from the D&D 3.5 monster manual for me were Rast, Tojanida and Hobgoblins, they they all made it into pathfinder.


I would like to see PC races in the Bestiary 5
Human
Dwarf
Elf
Halfling
Gnome
etc

Also more Aeons or Proteans would be nice.

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Odraude wrote:
@Kthulhu, wouldn't the Mythic elementals fill in the gap of the Primal Elementals?

I didn't really put much effort into the list, basically just copy-pasted the list from the SRD and deleted the ones that sprang to my mind as already having been covered. I'd really have to take a closer look, I haven't really looked at what the Primal Elementals actually are in at least a couple of years.

I guess my point is, if the SRD makes it available, I can't see a good reason not to convert it. I mean, they even converted the flumph, for Odin's sake!


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We already have Hecatoncheires, Behemoths, Colossi, Mercane, and the Neh Thalggu.

I would like some Abominations, Prismatic Dragon, Thought Eater, and Genius Loci.

Flumphs are awesome.


Reading about Mammon pretty much sold me on Genius Loci. They even mention it in Mythic Realms.


Were in mythic realms did they mention Genius Loci?


Kthulhu wrote:
Brinebeast wrote:
After 4 Bestiaries this is what's left from the 3.5 Monster Manual that is under the OGL. Honestly I liked to see them all get updated.

Now that Paizo finally has an equivalent to the Epic Level Handbook, the monsters from the Epic portion of the SRD are fair game as well:

Behemoth
* Behemoth Eagle
* Behemoth Gorilla
Colossus
* Stone Colossus
* Flesh Colossus
* Iron Colossus
Mu Spore

I believe we already have these, as of Bestiary 4 or earlier. The behemoth just come with different names and are a bit more varied from their natural counterparts. (okay and there isn't really a gorilla, unless you stretch your imagination), the mu spore is there in Bestiary 2 or 3 (i'd have to look it up which one, but i'm too lazy), and Colossi have just been added with B4.


I never liked the Epic Level Handbook, but I want a weaker version of the Sirrush, Phane and Atropal, I really adore those creatures especially the Phane. Too bad paizo doesn't want to use it because it has star-status in D&D 4th edition.


Guang wrote:

I would like to see PC races in the Bestiary 5

Human
Dwarf
Elf
Halfling
Gnome
etc

I think this is what the NPC codex series is for


I'd like to see some fey that are bigger than Large, and also some humanoids stronger than the Rune Giant without class levels. The Savage Great Cyclops doesn't count, he's got barbarian levels.


Just some idle thoughts on possible future additions

One, more templates, unless we of course get a template book

ideas for templates

Taxidermied: Changes a non-construct/ooze/outsider/undead creature to a construct. resistant to Pierce and Slashing Damage. Can be stuffed with different materials which cause different effects when HP drops below 0 (mixture of gunpowder and rags = explosion; chemicals and rags = cloudkill, etc

A season one episode of Haven pretty much inspired the above, which revolved around hunters being killed by the stuffed animals they themselves originally shot.

Also, in the 1800's there was lots of research involving electricity and corpses (some of what we know about the nervous system, etc is based on this research).

A Galvanized template could also be cool (or a specific undead). Basically a zombie that has electrical attacks, heals with exposure electricty, can be jump-started (Comes back to life x rounds later if not the body is not completely destroyed), and has enhanced slam attacks and haste.

Finally I would like to see a "Teleport accident" template (probably with a list of beneficial and neutral deformities to choose from, ala Ogrekin) and a template for overexposure to Positive energy, which causes a living creature to turn into a living disease and cancer factory, can do positive energy attacks, and explodes when drops to 0 HD


I would be down for a book of templates but I would like to keep the templates in hardcover bestiaries to no more then a baker's dozen.


Any kind of LN outsiders would be most welcome, for example:

- parai
- modrons
- axial dragon
- axiomite godmind
- varakhut (inevitable)
- quarut (inevitable)
- primal inevitable


Swan familiar/animal companion
Stag animal companion
Winged cats!

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