Campaign Setting books Wishlists, 2016 / 2017 / 2018


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* More (and updated) Darkland.
* More (and updated)Darkmoon Vale.
* More Mana Wastes / Alkenstar.

Liberty's Edge

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A Pathfinder version of the Manual of the Planes.

Liberty's Edge

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Inner Sea Non-Core Races
Arcadia
Vudra


1)Romance of the inner sea Campaign Setting book

2)Casmaron Campaign Setting hardcover book

3)New the great beyond Campaign Setting hardcover book

4)Nex Campaign Setting book

5)Thuvia Campaign Setting book

6)new Katapesh Campaign Setting book

7)new Qadira Campaign Setting book

8)Mendev Campaign Setting book

9)Lastwall Campaign Setting book


Hardcover Campaign setting books

1)Distant Worlds

2)Arcadia

3)Garund

4)Tian Xia

5)Sarusan

6)Azlant

7)Casmaron

8)Planar Guide

9)Seas of Golarion

Softcover Campaign setting books

1)Distant Worlds Bestiary

2)Distant Shores Bestiary

3)Fey Unleashed or Fey Revisited 2

4)Dragons Revisited/Unleashed 2

5)Misfits Monsters Revisited 2

6)Horror Bestiary

7)Mythos Revisited/Unleashed

8)Hermea

9)Elementals Revisited/Unleashed

10)Celestials Revisited/Unleashed

11)Kaiju Guide/Revisited/Unleashed

12)Sea Monsters Revisited/Unleashed


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I did like the hell Unleashed book so.

1)Heaven Unleashed book

2)Nirvana Unleashed book

3)Axis Unleashed book

4)Elysium Unleashed book

5)The Maelstrom Unleashed book

6)The Boneyard Unleashed book

7)The Abyss Unleashed book

8)Abaddon Unleashed book


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I'd like to see:

1) Dragon Empires Hardcover

2) Dragon Empires Bestiary

3) Qadira Guide

4) Brevoy Guide

5) Galt Guide

6) Darklands Denizens Revisited

7) Misfit Monster Bestiary


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Taldor stuff. I think it would dovetail nicely with Ultimate Intrigue.

And (since it's a wishlist instead of a things-you-expect-to-actually-happen-list): an Absalom boxed set.


CS sourcebook on Leng, expanded from the AP guide to this demiplane


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I really want more info on Geb, Nex and the Mana Wastes. So much cool stuff in each of those places, plus more details on the relationship between them all would be great.


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Anything for Tian Xia :)

Dark Archive

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1. Distant Worlds Hardcover
- Distant Worlds was fantastic and remains one of the best Campaign Setting books (if not the best). I'd love to get more sword-and-planet material. Softcover books on any of the specific planets would also be awesome.

2. Planar Handbook Hardcover
- I love planar stuff and would like to see a lot more of it. At this point, it seems like a whole Planar Handbook-type hardcover would be the best re-entry point. Softcover books on any of the specific planes would also be awesome.

3. Book of the Damned: Kytons
- I love the BotD line, and Kytons are my current favorite Outsider-type. Other outsider-group-focused books are also cool.

4. Nation Guide for Shenmen
- I'd like to see more Tian Xia. Shenmen is my favorite nation from over there, so I'm specifically picking it, but I'd like to see more of the continent in general.

5. Nation Guide for Taldor
- Taldor is one of the major nations in the core of the campaign setting, and it doesn't have a guide yet. I'd like to see nation guides for it and Qadira for completeness's sake.

6. Nation Guide for Qadira
- Qadira is one of the major nations in the core of the campaign setting, and it doesn't have a guide yet. I'd like to see nation guides for it and Taldor for completeness's sake.

7. Libraries of Golarion
- Veering off slightly odder things, I'd like to see a book covering several of the world's most interesting/notable libraries. I'd like to see the library statblocks make a return (I was pleased to see one of them in Hell Unleashed).

8. Distant Worlds Bestiary
- More monsters are fun! I'd particularly like to see alien creatures from the various worlds of the solar system, since I think there's a lot of potential there.

9. Casmaron Continent Guide
- I really enjoy seeing more of the world as a whole and would like to see all of the remaining continents get guides. At this point I want Casmaron (with Vudra and Kelesh) the most out of the bunch, but frankly, I'd be really happy to see a guide to any of the other continents.

10. Another Darklands Book
- It's been a while since we had a Darklands-focused book. I think the region could use some more attention. I'm particularly interested in Orv and what's under other parts of the world like the Crown and Tian Xia, but I'm open to a lot of books here.


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1. Hardcover Great Beyond. Get Todd Stewart on that stat.

2. Hardcover for the Dragon Empires. That way we can flesh out the continent a little better.

3. Outsider Book for Psychopomps.

4. Outsider books for Proteans.

5. Book of the Damned for Kytons.

6. Guide to Taldor.

7. Guide to Qadira

8. Guide to Brevoy.

Lantern Lodge

Book of the damned : surgeon of flesh and mind
(aka the kyton)

book of the Damned : Reality reaver
(aka the qlipphoth)

Golarion Long game player : an Elder-evil like book, featuring dominion of the Black, Aboleth scheme and other nasty surprise.

More on aboleth.


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Something in an adventure path or similar that can help with Linguistic immersion:

What does Taldan or Tien common sound like? What are common accents for various regions?

What does a Vudrani accent in Varisian sound like?

"Lost Tongues" or adventures that can spring from artifacts like the real-life Voynich Manuscript.

What effects do long-lived speakers of things like Common or Elvish have on other, more fluidly changing languages like Goblin?


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HillTopper wrote:

Something in an adventure path or similar that can help with Linguistic immersion:

What does Taldan or Tien common sound like? What are common accents for various regions?

What does a Vudrani accent in Varisian sound like?

"Lost Tongues" or adventures that can spring from artifacts like the real-life Voynich Manuscript.

What effects do long-lived speakers of things like Common or Elvish have on other, more fluidly changing languages like Goblin?

Wow. I don't think I've ever heard that requested before. It's pretty rare to hear something genuinely new in one of these threads. :)

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HillTopper wrote:

Something in an adventure path or similar that can help with Linguistic immersion:

What does Taldan or Tien common sound like?

Well, Taldane is based in part on Kelish, which is implied to be Arabic-ish, or at least Semitic-ish, and in part on Azlanti, which hasn't been detailed much. (But since the descendants of the Azlanti on Avistan are European-ish, let's go with it being an Indo-European-ish language.) Taldane's a trade language that incorporated terms from various tongues.

So, the closest analogue--at least as far as its actual sound--might be Maltese (which is essentially a combination of Arabic and Italian with some vocabulary from other languages).

As far as its function, though, it's closer to Latin or English or French in that it's a lingua franca. So you could probably argue that it, if you want to evoke the associations that your players are likely to have with what a common tongue sounds like, for the sake of immersion, Taldane's one of those.


Dominion of the black


1) Book of the Damned: Asura, Living Blasphemies

2) Inner Sea Heresy

3) Inner Sea Legends

4) Great Old Ones Unshealed


Hardcover for the Dragon Empires. That way we can flesh out the continent a little better.

Guide to Taldor.

Guide to Qadira

Guide to Brevoy.

These four. Brevoy for a kingmaker/game of thrones expansion. Taldor and Qadira because a large continental war seems ripe. With Cheliax and Andoran having expanded guides it fills out this area.

Dragons empires hardcover would be great. I already plan on getting the original guide and maps this fall. Great area for a game.

Guide to Iobaria? The area east of the River Kingdoms.


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Vudra. 200% Vudra.


Aboleth (or more general: deep sea horror)

Axis (or more general: planar locations)

Desna's home star

Dominion of the black

Scarab Sages

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Pilgrimages of the Inner Sea
Shrines of Golarion
Lost Shrines of Golarion
(Lost) Relics of Golarion
since the vigilante is coming, how about a Galt book?
Libraries of Golarion, lost or otherwise
Varisia


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A lot of the ones here +

Temples of Golarion.


Garund, Vudra, Sarusan, Arcadia, Kelesh, and the thing HillTopper said.

Hell, HillTopper's idea would be great if you're looking for canon-content blog posts to fill the web fiction hole.


Am I the only one that wants to see BotD style books, but for the various celestial races?? Not a compilation, but one for Angels, one for Agathion, a third for Azatas, etc?

Also, can we **please** get a Varisia book??

Too Nex, Geb, Qadira, Nirmathas, and Kyonin.

And yes, a Dragon Empires hardcover would be *epic*


I'd love to see a Campaign Setting Book for

1: Taldor sourcebook
It really deserves to get a sourcebook in the near future, as it was instrumental in the forging of several other nations in Avistan. I also really like the scattered influences of Chivalry, Western Feudalism, Byzantine Empire and Ancient Rome/Greece. Blends together to create quite an interesting nation. It could also be cool to maybe get tidbits of info over it's eastern border in Casmaron.

Liberty's Edge

1. Tian Xia as a Hardcover

2. Arcadia

3. Galt

4. Tian Xia NPC codex

5. Kaiju Revisited

6. Giants Revisited 2

7. Starships of the Worlds

I dig the Darklands and legends ideas as well. Good stuff

Dark Archive

Dragon Empires World Guide would be nice

Festivals/celebrations/festivities of inner sea would be nice, anything on how average person lives their life

Dragon Empires races guide. Yeah I have lot of interest in tian xia

Cults of inner sea

Aspis Consortium field guide, I think it would be nice to flesh out Pathfinder society's archnemesis

Hmm, maybe guide to Razmiran or Hermea. Just because I'm curious at how what those nations are like exactly

Can't think of much else about setting guides now. Huh

Liberty's Edge

Cool idea on the Aspis and Festivals of Golarion. Maybe expand that to include holidays as well.


Oh nice, I'm not the only one who wants Tian Xia to be expanded upon...
- 6-10 archetypes each for the Samurai and the Ninja; not for the cavalier or rogue, but these classes instead.

- 2-4 archetypes for the other classes; to balance it out. You could argue that most classes don't need more archetypes, but still... that's always welcomed:
* Bard: theater actor, caligraphist or musician
* Cleric: something about Shinto.. or its equivalent
* Druid: anything Kami-related
* Monk: (Do I need to explain?)
* Sorcerer: more bloodlines
* Kineticist: go nuts with this one; wood, metal, void, name it,

- More details on every single region; important figures, maps and adventure hooks.

- More infos on criminal syndicates; The Jade Regent and the Golden League could use some expansion.

- Expansion on the Pantheon; The Gazetteer did explain these a little, but Inner Seas Gods didn't. In Tian Xia, there are 6 regular Ineer Seas deities who are worshipped, while the rest of the Pantheon is exclusive (14 deities to be exact). So... give us 1) artworks for the deities (both human and true forms if applicable), 2) details on boons for the Evangelist, Exalted and Sentinel, 3) heralds and "associated" monsters (Inner Seas Gods had those), 4) more details on their doctrine, origins, temples and whatnot and 5) associated items. Basically, if you can squeeze content similar to Inner Seas Gods, that would be nice.

- Monsters; Very, very, VERY secondary, because the Bestiaries are loaded with these. However, encounter tables, variant summoning tables and possibly templates would be just fine.

- Details on political relationships with the Inner Seas regions; I keep thinking that Golarion doesn't KNOW of Tian Xia's existence or that they're on the verge of war with them. What regions can be considered allied nations to Tian Xia's own regions?

That's all about it really ^_^

Dark Archive

Ya, ninja archetypes would be nice indeed, even samurai have one token archetype.

A lot of people say that "Bah, ninja is already archetype of rogue" , but if thats the case paizo should just errata alternate classes out of existence already and make ninja compatible with unchained rogue :P

Would really like a reason to get chance to play with second ninja character in PFS xD I don't do same class twice because I want to try out many different things(and don't have time to try out exact same class again especially when there is limited amount of replays), but it would be nice to try out ninja again after learning about the class with my first character so trying out new archetype for one would be good excuse for me.

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A world map!


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CorvusMask wrote:

Ya, ninja archetypes would be nice indeed, even samurai have one token archetype.

A lot of people say that "Bah, ninja is already archetype of rogue" , but if thats the case paizo should just errata alternate classes out of existence already and make ninja compatible with unchained rogue :P

Would really like a reason to get chance to play with second ninja character in PFS xD I don't do same class twice because I want to try out many different things(and don't have time to try out exact same class again especially when there is limited amount of replays), but it would be nice to try out ninja again after learning about the class with my first character so trying out new archetype for one would be good excuse for me.

If the hybrid classes taught us something, it's that you can have similar classes, but it all comes down the exclusive class features. For instance, the hunter is similar to the ranger, but both are played differently.

A gripe I have is that the Samurai receive only one archetype, the Sword Saint, in Dragon Empires Primer (as you stated), but the Ninja received... ZERO archetype ever since it got added in Ultimate Combat. UC got released in 2011 and now 4 years later we have nothing for the Ninja.


Do be honest I think Ninja and Samurai need an unchained version so they can truly be there own classes.

Liberty's Edge

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I'd also like a big expanded planar book.

The 64-page The Great Beyond: A Guide to the Multiverse is the only Paizo planar book. That was released for 3.5e, so there's never been a fully Pathfinder book on the planes. And there's now six years of new planar lore to include, such as many of the details from the Books of the Damned/ Chronicle of the Righteous series and other sources.

I understand why Paizo was reluctant at first, not wanting to just check off the expected D&D books, but Pathfinder has become its own game and this big part of the setting has been seriously underserved.

It'd be a great place to detail and expand on the so-called "esoteric planes" (which were also under served in Occult Adventures), along with the First World (which has barely seen any love), the dimension of dreams (which even D&D has mostly ignored) and the like.


A Dragon Empire HC

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As someone who only gets to play in PFS... More books similar to the 3.5 ones that had very little crunch. More pictures and fluff!


Cpt_kirstov wrote:
As someone who only gets to play in PFS... More books similar to the 3.5 ones that had very little crunch. More pictures and fluff!

3.5 released a lot of books and booklets. Any of them that comes to mind?


Never doing to happen I'm sure, but I'd love to see a book fleshing out the Ancient Osirion pantheon in greater detail than we say in Mummy's Mask AP. A lot of related stuff could find its way into the book as well--holy magic items, relevant monsters, maybe a sample temples, etc.

Sczarni

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JiCi wrote:
Cpt_kirstov wrote:
As someone who only gets to play in PFS... More books similar to the 3.5 ones that had very little crunch. More pictures and fluff!
3.5 released a lot of books and booklets. Any of them that comes to mind?

Guide to Korvosa - 64 pages, 61 of which don't have a single rule, 1 page of random encounters and one list of names and levels, one stat block. Also usually on the top ten lists of the pathfinder chronicles books.

Dark Archive

A bit Tian Xia Stuff. Hardcover would be nice but not on the top, rather more on the boom of my List, as I know that you got more important stuff for the 2 HC / year.

What I crave is Adventures set in Tian Xia and a few more Backgound Books besides the two that are already out. (Those give a good overview, but something more spezialized, like a book covering the major kingdoms a bit more, especially Goka).

All in all, Adventures, Adventures and if you guys feel up to it an Adventure Path soley playing in Tian Xia.

Well, and if you have some more time and free time, then I'll take the HC. ;-)

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I will chime in too. Though I love Distant Shores, I would like to see:
1. 64 Page book on Galt
2. 64 Page book on Arcadia
3. 64 Page book on Isger, Kyonin or Rahadoum
4. Adventure Path in Arcadia, Galt or Rahadoum
5. 64 Page Book on Dtang Ma
6. God/Goddess Update to include other Patheons from the other continents.
7. Azlant. We need a major book on this and I don't know if 64 pages will do justice.
8. Adventure Paths in either Geb, Nex, Mana Wastes or Qadira.
9. NPC Guide to Garund
10. More Pirate and Water Based info on the nations like the Sodden Lands, Sargava, or Mediogalti


with Bestiary 5, I am starting to realize that we really need a Paizo version of the Dragonomicon. We have about 30 different true dragons, most of which only have a few lines of text. A hardcover that fleshed all of these dragons out, providing ecology, famous individuals (one of which would be statted) and sample lairs would be awesome. You could even include a section with dragon related character options such as new equipment, feats, etc.


I would love a Pathfinder version of the Dragonomicon.


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Kytons. We need more Kytons.

They have such sights to show us.

Liberty's Edge

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Dragon Empires Hardcover
Great Beyond Hardcover
Impossible Kingdoms (Vudra) Gazetter
Qadira source book
Beneath the Waves Gazatter (underwater nations beneath the Inner Sea)
Eldest / First World Sourcebook (in the same vein as Chronicle of the Righteous / Book of the Damned)
Fragments of Time Source book (info to run alternative history or time travel campaigns; similar to Second Darkness - Armageddon Echo)


1) Casmaron HC - I'm most interested in Vudra personally (Vudra Gazetteer?), but a HC that covered the Casmaron continent would have so much variety in it - Iobaria, Vudra, Kelesh etc. Alternatively a gazetteer for each of these areas

2) Dragon Empires HC. The gazetteer had so many interesting ideas in it, but they need room to develop. I know my group would love to do a Tian Xia campaign

3) Southern Garund - SO much potential here

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