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I got a few things I'm not buying this instant, but will be buying. From 3PP, I've got:

Southlands
Southlands Bestiary
Lords of Night
Path of War Extended
Pure Steam Westbound
Heroes of the Waves
Whatever Talented Classes book Rogue Genius puts out next
Steampunk Musha
Kaidan Campaign Setting (Get ON that, Rite Publishing!)

For Paizo, I've got:

Bestiary 5
Horror Adventures

Also looking for some monster books to slap up there, but I have another thread for that.

What about you guys? What's on your pending buy list?

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I'm far too backlogged... I need a bevy of products, including the strategy guide and pathfinder unchained, but I am pre-coveting Out of the Abyss, and the Sword Coast guide.

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I suppose one could always look at my wishlist.


Distant Scholar wrote:
I suppose one could always look at my wishlist.

Send me a PM. I'll comp you a copy of SMUMFFYMaAoOF:ATPC.


Interjection Games wrote:
Distant Scholar wrote:
I suppose one could always look at my wishlist.
Send me a PM. I'll comp you a copy of SMUMFFYMaAoOF:ATPC.

Wow. Thank you. I wasn't expecting that.


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I've been on a Frog God Games binge recently. Bought hardcover copies of Rappan Athuk and Sword of Air, have Stoneheart Valley in my sidecart here, and got the PDF of Barakus (planning to upgrade to hardcover when I've got the cash). So my wish list is basically the rest:

Cults of the Sundered Kingdoms
Razor Coast
Cyclopean Deeps 1&2
Dunes of Desolation
Fields of Blood
Bard's Gate (unsure whether to buy the 3.5 PDF version or wait for the inevitable update)
Slumbering Tsar (but I'll probably need to win the Lotto for that one)

... might take a while!

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The full Rise of the Drow AP. My Thursday night group has wanted to run it forever, but I don't like running APs without having a physical copy on hand, and that one's expensive.

Cerulean Seas: Beasts of the Boundless Blue. It's the only one of their supplements I don't have.

The Midgard Campaign Setting from Kobold Press. I hear lots of good things.

Those are probably my big 3 at the moment.


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Headless Hydra Games' Mor Aldenn—City of Mages: Setting Guide

Interjection Games' The Gadgeteer: Mother of Invention
Interjection Games' High Seas Gadgeteering: Maritime Accessories for the Gadgeteer Base Class

Legendary Games' Legendary Rogue
Legendary Games' Mythic Skills
Legendary Games' Treasury of the Machine
Legendary Games' Ultimate Commander

Little Red Goblin Games' Dragon Tiger Ox: Wuxia/Wushu Sourcebook
Little Red Goblin Games' Necropunk Campaign Setting
Little Red Goblin Games' Racial Guide 4: Nontraditional Races

Necromancers of the Northwest's A Necromancer's Grimoire: The Book of Martial Action
Necromancers of the Northwest's A Necromancer's Grimoire: The Book of Martial Action II

Northwinter Press' Mystical: Kingdom of Monsters

Raging Swan Press' GM's Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing in hardcover.
Raging Swan Press' GM's Miscellany: Urban Dressing in hardcover.
Raging Swan Press' GM's Miscellany: Wilderness Dressing in hardcover.
Raging Swan Press' GM's Miscellany: Random Wilderness Encounters in print.

Rite Publishing's 101 Mystical Site Qualities
Rite Publishing's 101 Subterranean Spells

Rogue Genius Games' Genius Guide to Simple Class Templates for Monsters
Rogue Genius Games' Monster Menagerie: Construct Companion

TPK Games' Feats Reforged, Vol. II: The Advanced Feats
TPK Games' Feats Reforged, Vol. III: The Combat Feats
TPK Games' Feats Reforged, Vol. IV: The Magic Feats
TPK Games' Laying Waste: The Guidebook to Critical Combat

I also want to pick up Interjection Games' tinker stuff, but I hear there may be an Ultimate Tinker coming out in the future, so I think I'll be waiting for that...

Edit: Oh, and I sure hope we get an Ultimate Akashic Mysteries from Dreamscarred Press too...


shadram wrote:

I've been on a Frog God Games binge recently. Bought hardcover copies of Rappan Athuk and Sword of Air, have Stoneheart Valley in my sidecart here, and got the PDF of Barakus (planning to upgrade to hardcover when I've got the cash). So my wish list is basically the rest:

Cults of the Sundered Kingdoms
Razor Coast
Cyclopean Deeps 1&2
Dunes of Desolation
Fields of Blood
Bard's Gate (unsure whether to buy the 3.5 PDF version or wait for the inevitable update)
Slumbering Tsar (but I'll probably need to win the Lotto for that one)

... might take a while!

They are going to re-do Bard's Gate for Pathfinder, but I don't recall when.

Their next big one is the Northlands Saga, which will Kickstart later this year.

Also, I'd recommend getting their Daily Deals e-mail if you don't already have it - sometimes Tsar is on sale for a significantly lower price.


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Yup, I just recently got Sword of Air hardcover for 30% off.

My next big spend is 99% Ultimate Psionics hardcover.

Other hard(soft)covers are not necessary (for now) as kickstarters have begun to come in. I recently got my Fen of the Five-Fold Maw (and Bleeding Hollow in hc), Southlands should ship soon (or maybe shipped, forgot what the last update was), and Snow White shouldn't be that far.
Although, when newness wears off, I'll probably start considering Rise of Drow and Zeitgeist hardcovers. Or maybe Tsar.

PDF buying is currently on hold, but list goes about like this:

Akashic Mysteries subscription
Interjection Games: Strange magic (or more probably just Ethermagic) & Animist
NotNW: Book of Martial Action 1&2
LRGG: Alternate Paths Martial (still haven't checked out Magic, sorry)
DragonCyclopedia: The Combatant
Genius Guide to Bravery Feats
Dreadfox Games: Swordsman
Everyman Gaming: Psychological Combat and Leadership Handbook
Mor Games: Plight of the Tuatha vol.2 &Campaign Guide (what's up with parts 3&4 of the AP?)
Legendary Games: L.Rogue

Yes, I am looking for martial fixes, why do you ask :)? And I am an Endzeitgeist fan.

@Ssalarn, Midgard is definitely worth it. To me, it's the quintessential fantasy setting. It just ticks the right boxes when I consider fantasy, while not being kitchen sink (not that I mind Golarion, but it rarely inspires me).


Luthorne wrote:

Headless Hydra Games' Mor Aldenn—City of Mages: Setting Guide

Interjection Games' The Gadgeteer: Mother of Invention
Interjection Games' High Seas Gadgeteering: Maritime Accessories for the Gadgeteer Base Class

Legendary Games' Legendary Rogue
Legendary Games' Mythic Skills
Legendary Games' Treasury of the Machine
Legendary Games' Ultimate Commander

Little Red Goblin Games' Dragon Tiger Ox: Wuxia/Wushu Sourcebook
Little Red Goblin Games' Necropunk Campaign Setting
Little Red Goblin Games' Racial Guide 4: Nontraditional Races

Necromancers of the Northwest's A Necromancer's Grimoire: The Book of Martial Action
Necromancers of the Northwest's A Necromancer's Grimoire: The Book of Martial Action II

Northwinter Press' Mystical: Kingdom of Monsters

Raging Swan Press' GM's Miscellany: Dungeon Dressing in hardcover.
Raging Swan Press'...

Wipe me off your wish list. Ultimate Tinkering will also contain the gadgeteer. And try not to have your head explode when you hit the inevitable "tinker with accessories" archetypes.


necromental wrote:

Yup, I just recently got Sword of Air hardcover for 30% off.

My next big spend is 99% Ultimate Psionics hardcover.

Other hard(soft)covers are not necessary (for now) as kickstarters have begun to come in. I recently got my Fen of the Five-Fold Maw (and Bleeding Hollow in hc), Southlands should ship soon (or maybe shipped, forgot what the last update was), and Snow White shouldn't be that far.
Although, when newness wears off, I'll probably start considering Rise of Drow and Zeitgeist hardcovers. Or maybe Tsar.

PDF buying is currently on hold, but list goes about like this:

Akashic Mysteries subscription
Interjection Games: Strange magic (or more probably just Ethermagic) & Animist
NotNW: Book of Martial Action 1&2
LRGG: Alternate Paths Martial (still haven't checked out Magic, sorry)
DragonCyclopedia: The Combatant
Genius Guide to Bravery Feats
Dreadfox Games: Swordsman
Everyman Gaming: Psychological Combat and Leadership Handbook
Mor Games: Plight of the Tuatha vol.2 &Campaign Guide (what's up with parts 3&4 of the AP?)
Legendary Games: L.Rogue

Yes, I am looking for martial fixes, why do you ask :)? And I am an Endzeitgeist fan.

@Ssalarn, Midgard is definitely worth it. To me, it's the quintessential fantasy setting. It just ticks the right boxes when I consider fantasy, while not being kitchen sink (not that I mind Golarion, but it rarely inspires me).

Strange Magic is currently in the OBS queue for Deal of the Day. It should pop just before or after the paperback version becomes available. With luck, after.


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Pathfinder Bestiary V
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D&D 3.5 Expedition to Undermountain 3.5 hardback
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Pathfinder Inner Sea Gods
Mutants and Masterminds DC Adventures Heroes Handbook
Mutants and Masterminds DC Adventures Heroes and Villains Volume 1
Mutants and Masterminds DC Adventures Heroes and Villains Volume 2
Mutants and Masterminds Gadget Guide
Mutants and Masterminds Supernatural Handbook
Into the Southlands
Southlands Bestiary
Pathfinder Horror Adventures


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Interjection Games wrote:
Wipe me off your wish list. Ultimate Tinkering will also contain the gadgeteer. And try not to have your head explode when you hit the inevitable "tinker with accessories" archetypes.

Gah. Any idea when you plan to launch Ultimate Tinkering yet?


I just picked up Blood of Angels, and Blood of Fiends, as well as the ACG origins book, taking advantage of the sale. Now I think all I'm still looking for from Paizo is Mythic.

3rd party, I ordered Path of War recently, so if I like it, I'll probably get more to go with it.


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DaveMage wrote:
shadram wrote:

I've been on a Frog God Games binge recently. Bought hardcover copies of Rappan Athuk and Sword of Air, have Stoneheart Valley in my sidecart here, and got the PDF of Barakus (planning to upgrade to hardcover when I've got the cash). So my wish list is basically the rest:

Cults of the Sundered Kingdoms
Razor Coast
Cyclopean Deeps 1&2
Dunes of Desolation
Fields of Blood
Bard's Gate (unsure whether to buy the 3.5 PDF version or wait for the inevitable update)
Slumbering Tsar (but I'll probably need to win the Lotto for that one)

... might take a while!

They are going to re-do Bard's Gate for Pathfinder, but I don't recall when.

Their next big one is the Northlands Saga, which will Kickstart later this year.

Also, I'd recommend getting their Daily Deals e-mail if you don't already have it - sometimes Tsar is on sale for a significantly lower price.

Yeah, I get the Daily Deals. :) And it's not so much the price of the books, it's more the shipping costs to New Zealand... plus our currency is seemingly in free-fall at the moment, so everything costs almost 50% more than it did this time last year...


Once I get a job I'll end up buying all the RPG-Line in hardcover except the strategy guide, and getting a print copy of Akashic Mysteries.


DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Pathfinder Occult Bestiary

Wait, what? They announced that?

I might buy Eberron later or get some of the Midgard supplements (right now, I have the core setting and the bestiary).


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Pathfinder Occult Bestiary
Wait, what? They announced that?

It's been announced since march. It's coming out in about 17 days.


Luthorne wrote:
Interjection Games wrote:
Wipe me off your wish list. Ultimate Tinkering will also contain the gadgeteer. And try not to have your head explode when you hit the inevitable "tinker with accessories" archetypes.
Gah. Any idea when you plan to launch Ultimate Tinkering yet?

Well, The Big Book of Bloodlines will finally see some focus in the coming weeks. Once the PDF of that is cooked up, I'm going to drop The Brewer, the Baker, and the Remedy Maker (Oct? Nov?). The content for that one is already fairly mature, and the art is piled up. Once that one is done, Ultimate Tinkering. So, Spring 2016?


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Interjection Games wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
Interjection Games wrote:
Wipe me off your wish list. Ultimate Tinkering will also contain the gadgeteer. And try not to have your head explode when you hit the inevitable "tinker with accessories" archetypes.
Gah. Any idea when you plan to launch Ultimate Tinkering yet?
Well, The Big Book of Bloodlines will finally see some focus in the coming weeks. Once the PDF of that is cooked up, I'm going to drop The Brewer, the Baker, and the Remedy Maker (Oct? Nov?). The content for that one is already fairly mature, and the art is piled up. Once that one is done, Ultimate Tinkering. So, Spring 2016?

I'm guessing brewmaster and herbalist for Brewer and Remedy Maker...is the Baker something new?


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Luthorne wrote:
Interjection Games wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
Interjection Games wrote:
Wipe me off your wish list. Ultimate Tinkering will also contain the gadgeteer. And try not to have your head explode when you hit the inevitable "tinker with accessories" archetypes.
Gah. Any idea when you plan to launch Ultimate Tinkering yet?
Well, The Big Book of Bloodlines will finally see some focus in the coming weeks. Once the PDF of that is cooked up, I'm going to drop The Brewer, the Baker, and the Remedy Maker (Oct? Nov?). The content for that one is already fairly mature, and the art is piled up. Once that one is done, Ultimate Tinkering. So, Spring 2016?
I'm guessing brewmaster and herbalist for Brewer and Remedy Maker...is the Baker something new?

Yeppers. I'm torn between Baker and Breadmaster for this one. It'll be the gonzo class of the book, but should fill a role that just doesn't have much support.

...You fellas are feeling the lack of temporary vehicles and fortifications made of bread, right?


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Interjection Games wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
Interjection Games wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
Interjection Games wrote:
Wipe me off your wish list. Ultimate Tinkering will also contain the gadgeteer. And try not to have your head explode when you hit the inevitable "tinker with accessories" archetypes.
Gah. Any idea when you plan to launch Ultimate Tinkering yet?
Well, The Big Book of Bloodlines will finally see some focus in the coming weeks. Once the PDF of that is cooked up, I'm going to drop The Brewer, the Baker, and the Remedy Maker (Oct? Nov?). The content for that one is already fairly mature, and the art is piled up. Once that one is done, Ultimate Tinkering. So, Spring 2016?
I'm guessing brewmaster and herbalist for Brewer and Remedy Maker...is the Baker something new?

Yeppers. I'm torn between Baker and Breadmaster for this one. It'll be the gonzo class of the book, but should fill a role that just doesn't have much support.

...You fellas are feeling the lack of temporary vehicles and fortifications made of bread, right?

...any chance of calzone golems being involved? With a kaiju-sized gingerbread man at high levels?

Sovereign Court

Rosita the Riveter wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Pathfinder Occult Bestiary

Wait, what? They announced that?

I might buy Eberron later or get some of the Midgard supplements (right now, I have the core setting and the bestiary).

You might want to check out the bundle of holding HERE. They have tons of Midgard material for dirt cheap. And it's for charity. And hopefully that link works, but google it if not. Seriously though, it's a fantastic deal.

Sovereign Court

I did notice that I had an Interjection Games product on my list. At some point soon, I'll be sure to grab the +0 Weapon Modifier pdf, as well as Love for the Universalist. I'm rather happy to see those two topics covered.

Pathfinder Creative Director, Frog God Games

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shadram wrote:
Bard's Gate (unsure whether to buy the 3.5 PDF version or wait for the inevitable update)

Far be from me to try to discourage someone who wants to spend money on a FGG product, but I would wait for the update if I were you. The conversion of the original BG 3.5 material is nearly complete (in the hands of the incomparable Dave Landry) and Casey Christofferson is way deep in the plethora of new material expanding the city, surrounding area, and new adventures taking place in and around Bard's Gate. We don't have the final turnover quite yet, but it's very close. Bard's Gate Complete will be Kickstarted in 2016. So if you can hang on a little longer you'll get a bigger, better, much-more-complete, and entirely PF converted product.

That's what I'd do anyway rather than buying the 3.5 pdf now and then maybe regretting it later when the new version comes out. :-)


That is awesome news Greg! :)


Right now it's mostly Interjection games, way of the wicked, and the porphyra setting stuff for me.

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DungeonmasterCal wrote:

Southlands

Southlands Bestiary

The Southlands Campaign Setting and the Southlands Bestiary have been receiving a lot of great feedback :)


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I mostly have things that I don't have an immediate need for. I have way too much already, enough material for me to play Pathfinder in a lot of ways for a long time, so I have tried to limit myself to a few things I feel I'll eventually need.

Some books offer new classes but new classes means regular NPCs and villains can become a chore. On my wishlist are third party class NPC books like Thunderscape: Heroes of Aden, and Psionics embodied.

Speaking of Psionics I have the two released Psionics Augmented on my wishlist. Partially I'm waiting for a compilation hard copy but really I haven't gotten them yet because I've had so little use out of Ultimate Psionics due to class overcrowding(I made a list I have 152 classes that I've vetted for use in my games.) and the fact taht Ultimate Psionics is a fat book of options. Same boat for Path of War's follow-up.

I haven't had a chance to really play with Mythic but when I do I will definitely purchase the three Mythic hardcovers put out by Legendary Games. I'm not a fan of Mythic Minis because I'm more into fat hardcovers than a mountain of small pdfs so I'm glad that those came out for when I get around to mythic play.

Jon Brazer has a new line of race pdfs and I enjoyed the previous one so it's on my wishlist. For player focused books like race books I prefer to wait for a finished PDF or hard copy that I can hand to my players or print out to hand to my players.

Cerulean Seas has a few books on my list for the same reason as the mythic books. I have played little enough where I won't immediately get them until I get around to having a full blown underwater campaign. I have the campaign setting book for the underwater rules but I haven't spent the time underwater yet to get more.

Horrors of Aboleth is on my list because I need that for a future campaign but I have a few other campaigns to work out first.

Everyman Games has a lot of niche subjects I have no use for but is really innovative with their work and when I get the need for them, I'm getting their unchained pdfs. They seem to be the only ones really taking advantage of Unchained too.


Marc Radle wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:

Southlands

Southlands Bestiary
The Southlands Campaign Setting and the Southlands Bestiary have been receiving a lot of great feedback :)

I imagine so. I've really enjoyed the previews and following the development process. And I've enjoyed everything else by Kobold Press that I've bought.


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I kind of have fallen behind on my 3pp purchases, partly out of lack of money. The only stuff in the last year I think I have gotten is Dreamscarred Press's Psychic Bestiary and the new Southlands Campaign Setting.

Stuff I want to pick up at some point or another:

Green Ronin update of Advanced Bestiary

Kobold Press's Southlands Bestiary.

Spheres of Magic

Alluria Publishing's Celadon Shores

The Protean lord book whose publisher I am completely blanking on.

Probably other stuff I will try out from the Legendary and Kobold Press as well, but the above is the at the top of my list

Stuff not out yet that I am interested in would be the Planetary AP by Legendary Games and the upcoming race book by Kobold Press


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"The Protean lord book whose publisher I am completely blanking on."

Purple Duck Games


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We also have two new proteans up on our porphyra wiki and on our Patreon page by Todd Stewart.

But yes, as ericthecleric says... Purple Duck Games.


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Purple Duck Games wrote:

We also have two new proteans up on our porphyra wiki and on our Patreon page by Todd Stewart.

But yes, as ericthecleric says... Purple Duck Games.

Thanks for chiming in...I didn't have time to look it up and couldn't remember if you were Purple Duck Game or Porphyra Publishing :) At least I remember it started with P?


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Fortunately (?) due to my Kickstarter habit, I've backed many 3PP projects and have an abundance of products over the last few years. Instead, my list leans towards picking up some of the Paizo stuff I've missed, the entire Occult sub-line being foremost among them. If it turns out how I think it will, I have plans for Occult magic.

As for 3PP I'm usually more inclined towards settings and at the top of my list are settings and supplements I've missed for various reasons.

Thunderscape
Veranthea Codex
Aventyr Bestiary

Also, some of the Dreamscarred non-psionics classes. I was a fan of the 3E inspirations for those subsystems and really like the concepts as updated to Pathfinder. Is Path of War and Akashic Magic done yet? I haven't been following the projects closely and lost track of progress.


Isuru wrote:
Also, some of the Dreamscarred non-psionics classes. I was a fan of the 3E inspirations for those subsystems and really like the concepts as updated to Pathfinder. Is Path of War and Akashic Magic done yet? I haven't been following the projects closely and lost track of progress.

Path of War is done and has been out for awhile, but Path of War: Expanded is still in open playtesting. Last I checked Akashic is still in development, but I haven't been following that one very closely.


Porphyra is the name of my campaign setting (which is back in the editor's hands). So a lot of our releases say...

... of Porphyra on them. So Purple Duck Games = Porphyra. Both lead you to the right place.

Over in the Dungeon Crawl Classics realm there is a Purple Sorcerer Games (who do great things as well) so we have to be more particular about purples there.

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137ben wrote:
Last I checked Akashic is still in development, but I haven't been following that one very closely.

I'm actually letting people play with the akashic monsters that will be in the Supplemental release right now and will be sending it off for layout shortly. Then we'll take the errata we've compiled from post-release playtesting and reviews on the three akashic classes and update all the .pdfs before compiling them for the final release.


Malwing wrote:

I mostly have things that I don't have an immediate need for. I have way too much already, enough material for me to play Pathfinder in a lot of ways for a long time, so I have tried to limit myself to a few things I feel I'll eventually need.

Some books offer new classes but new classes means regular NPCs and villains can become a chore. On my wishlist are third party class NPC books like Thunderscape: Heroes of Aden, and Psionics embodied.

Speaking of Psionics I have the two released Psionics Augmented on my wishlist. Partially I'm waiting for a compilation hard copy but really I haven't gotten them yet because I've had so little use out of Ultimate Psionics due to class overcrowding(I made a list I have 152 classes that I've vetted for use in my games.) and the fact taht Ultimate Psionics is a fat book of options. Same boat for Path of War's follow-up.

I haven't had a chance to really play with Mythic but when I do I will definitely purchase the three Mythic hardcovers put out by Legendary Games. I'm not a fan of Mythic Minis because I'm more into fat hardcovers than a mountain of small pdfs so I'm glad that those came out for when I get around to mythic play.

Jon Brazer has a new line of race pdfs and I enjoyed the previous one so it's on my wishlist. For player focused books like race books I prefer to wait for a finished PDF or hard copy that I can hand to my players or print out to hand to my players.

Cerulean Seas has a few books on my list for the same reason as the mythic books. I have played little enough where I won't immediately get them until I get around to having a full blown underwater campaign. I have the campaign setting book for the underwater rules but I haven't spent the time underwater yet to get more.

Horrors of Aboleth is on my list because I need that for a future campaign but I have a few other campaigns to work out first.

Everyman Games has a lot of...

The Big Book of Bloodlines will be making some use of unchained by presenting an archetype that functions differently based on whether or not you use unchained summoner rules. Avoid if you don't have a PhD in Pathfinder, but the backer who ordered it apparently does :P

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