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Deadpool should be in the Bestiary 6

For reasons :D


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We NEED Kachinas. Seriously. There are a ton of really interesting ones, and I really hope that they become the main outsider group for Arcadia along with Anaye. I'd like them to be alignment diverse, like the Kami. In fact, Kachinas and Anaye should be too Arcadia what Kami and Oni are to Tian Xia. This would give us some really fascinating mythic bug monsters too, as insect creatures are a rarity in mythology.


I would be surprised if we see anything related to Arcadia anytime soon. But you never know they may surprise us.


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Omg, I found something so awesome on tumblr, a guy named Critter Compendium has a creature-a-day project with fun artwork, he even has Nargun mentioned! Awesome for the cryptid/mythology fans to follow.

The list so far:

175: Nargun
174: Nguruvilu
173: Kishi
172: Nguma-Monene
171: Nurikabe
170: Aitvaras
169: Gytrash
168: Tufted Ground Squirrel
167: Gancanagh
166: Mishibizhiw
165: Minka Bird
164: Abaasy
163: Qalupalik
162: Jenglot
161: Amikiri
160: Askafroa
159: Jiangshi
158: Rods
157: Lavellan
156: Miengu
155: Karkadann
154: Khyah
153: Poludnica
152: Tripodero
151: Snoligoster
150: Squonk
149: Terrashot
148: Rumtifusel
147: Whintosser
146: Wapaloosie
145: Kiwakwa
144: Valravn
143: Gigelorum
142: Haietlik
141: Black Howler
140: Moon Rabbit
139: Gamayun
138: H'awouahoua
137: Bruxsa
136: Kasha
135: Canvey Island Monster
134: Hai-Uri and Bi-Blouk
133: Erlking
132: Chancho de Lata
131: Punga
130: AWD Goggie
129: Xiao
128: Baykok
127: Glycon
126: Nalusa Falaya
125: Peluda
124: Huallepen
123: Bishop Fish
122: Yukinko
121: Bannik
120: Adze
119: Brahmapurasha
118: Carbuncle
117: Mula Retinta
116: Axehandle Hound
115: Tokoloshe
114: Fachen
113: Adaro
112: Drop Bear
111: Ippon-Datara
110: Perchta
109: Kallikantzaros
108: Jolakotturinn
107: Green Knight
106: Badalisc
105: Mari Lwyd
104: Tomte
103: Flatswood Monster
102: Jba Fofi
101: Akhlut
100: Kampe/Campe
99: Sessho-Seki
98: Sasabonsam
97: La Cuca
96: Steller's Sea-Ape
95: Ghost Deer
94: Ifrit
93: Ceffyl Dwr
92: M-Ska-Gwe-Demoos
91: Colei Cab
90: Ushi-Oni
89: Ziburinis
88: Chichevache
87: Ammit
86: Almiraj
85: Wampus Cat
84: Shunka Warakin
83: Draconians
82: Futakuchi-Onna
81: Colo Colo
80: Bukavac
79: Chamrosh
78: Bai Ze
77: Glaistig
76: N-Dam_Keno-Wet
75: Dokkaebi
74: Amphisbaena
73: Cuegle
72: Mörkö
71: Emela-ntouka
70: The Beast of ‘Busco
69: Babaroga
68: Sagari
67: Ahuizotl
66: Sigbin
65: Myrmecoleon
64: Llamhigyn Y Dwr
63: Wendigo
62: Umdhlebi
61: Dullahan
60: Waniguchi
59: Makara
58: Encantado
57: Chickcharney
56: The Pope Lick Monster
55: Gunni
54: Olitiau
53: The Gnome of Girona
52: Lodsilungur
51: Serpopard
50: El Pollo Maligno
49: Momiji
48: Marginalia
47: Chupacabra
46: Chupacabra
45: Borometz
44: Cherufe
43: Mogollon Monster
42: Jenny Haniver
41: Feng
40: Wolpertinger
39: Mbielu-Mbielu-Mbielu
38: Chonchon
37: Ceasg
36: Monty the Montauk Monster
35: Baku
34: Huldufólk
33: Ao Ao
32: Trunko
31: The Headless Mule
30: Bunyip
29: Waheela
28: Navagunjara
27: Dingonek
26: Bakhtak
25: Déélgééd / Delgeth
24: La Llorona
23: Kikimora
22: Dover Demon
21: Jorōgumo
20: Popobawa
19: Nuckelavee
18: Vodník
17: Gugalanna
16: Ningen
15: Bownessie
14: Jackalope
13: Yara-ma-yha-who
12: Camahueto
11: Grootslang
10: Kamaitachi
9: Olgoi-khorkhoi / Death Worm
8: Polevik
7: Zeta Reticulan
6: Jimmy Squarefoot
5: Hob
4: Blemmy
3: Tarasque
2: Penanggalan
1: Hodag


Well, I now know the first thing I'm going to check every day when I wake up from now until oblivion. Seriously, this is the best find since A Book of Creatures.


Some creatures made of raw magical energy would interesting. Maybe one type of these creatures likes to make a material body out whatever non-living matter is available. Another likes to posses/inhabit items, machines, and/or constructs. A third type likes a living host.


And another "project" with mythological creatures, it even has a Awahondo!


I want Dream Wolves! They have been teased for years and we still have yet to see them at all. If you don't know of them, you haven't read much about Darkmoon Vale.
5 Bestiaries and we still don't have these critters...the injustice! Oh the humanity! Give them to me already! Thank you.

I for one do not need anything more bunny-related nor Santa-inspired in my Golarion.


Dream wolves would be interesting along with a list of every creature mentioned in various pathfinder books that do not have stats.


The Troodon in bestiary 5 was a bit of a disappointment.
There were a lot of different Troodons. Maybe some awakened and became sentient. The next Bestiary I would like to see awakened Troodons.


Bestiary 2 is the one that I wasn't disappointed in a monster's art or stats. It comes with the territory.

I would like monsters based on and/or uses puzzles or games of chance.


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I found some awesome ghost ships:

- Caleuche (South American traditional ghost ship myth)
- Funayurei (Japanese sea ghosts that can summon ghost ships)
- Naglfar (Norse ships made from bones and fingernails)


We got a Boneship in B5 already...how is the Naglfar different?


Sometimes I post things just to give the many mythology fans here mythological counterparts of Bestiary 1,2,3,4,5 monsters.

Not all I post is a wish.

I still like to see Caleuche though as real ghost ship and Funayurei isn't really a ghostship, but are related to them.


Someone here heard of the Crossroads project?

Well it is about Native American mythology monsters that some guys created for Pathfinder.

You can find it here and here

You're welcome

Stumbled upon this when searching for Zheng (Chinese myth panther from the mountains with unicorn horn, red hide and 5 tails) on google, but strangly the Zheng isn't even in this project YET. :-S

And what is this new cool stuff i'm digging up?

There was already the Solomon Island's Bonguru which is a boar with a hornet's nest underneath its throat, but now I found about this Native American deer spirit called Yumilekax, which is a deer with an beehive in it's antlers.


Yes, but the bone ship is a corporeal undead while a ghost ship would be an incorporeal one...if the ship itself was a ghost and not just it's crew.


I'd like a Funayurei.

Yumilekax is a fun one. I've had it on my index for ages. Wasn't it arboreal too, or am I thinking of the Snawfus?

Crossroads was the first NA monster thing I discovered on the internet. Right when I started collecting mythical creatures. Cool project. I'm glad it's still happening.


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I think Snawfus is the arboreal one, IIRC


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I like both an Lidérc and an Aitvaras.

Both are monstrous chickens that can breath fire, and while outdoors they change into something else.

The Aitvaras turns into a big cockatrice-like dragon, the Liderc changes into a stunning man.


And maybe MMCJawa and Wannabe could post interesting new creatures with descriptions sometimes, instead of putting them in endless lists with 10.000 sasquatch, humanoid ghosts, little duende-like creatures, and bogeywomen hags in it so that the interesting unique creatures (such as the awesome Snawfus and Yumilekax) aren't overlooked!? (this is not meant hostile in any way) :-p

Sometimes less is more! And those posted here have more chance op appearing in the Bestiary when you post them alone and with descriptions.


Some Robots that change into vehicles would be cool like a boat, car, jet, etc.

A type of robot that uses hologram technology in a variety of ways such as disguises, to change or hide the environment, misleading it's target, etc.

A kaiju battling robot, maybe even five robots that combine together to form one big one.

Robots with cool abilities like shrink rays, freeze rays, disintegration rays, land mines, ray deflection fields, invisibility, alchemist bombs, heat seeking missiles, sonic blast, sound negating fields, electro magnetic pulses, gravity fields, electro webs, magnetic fields, etc.


Dragon78 wrote:

Some Robots that change into vehicles would be cool like a boat, car, jet, etc.

A type of robot that uses hologram technology in a variety of ways such as disguises, to change or hide the environment, misleading it's target, etc.

A kaiju battling robot, maybe even five robots that combine together to form one big one.

Robots with cool abilities like shrink rays, freeze rays, disintegration rays, land mines, ray deflection fields, invisibility, alchemist bombs, heat seeking missiles, sonic blast, sound negating fields, electro magnetic pulses, gravity fields, electro webs, magnetic fields, etc.

Hmm, I wonder where you got THOSE ideas XDD


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Bridges of Madison County probably, that movie had it all!


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captain yesterday wrote:
Bridges of Madison County probably, that movie had it all!

That being said a Bridge Colossi would be cool.


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Just read The Slayers and the Slain by August Derleth which has this creepy Psychic Book Phantom, a psychic monster based on it would be awesome.


So far we have the following robots: Annihilator, gearsmen, myrmidon, terraformer, director, evaluator, juggernaut, surgeon, reclamation, thought harvester, warden, observer, collector, arachnid, mannequin, scrapyard, and torturer.

I would like some more robots with like forms such as cat, snake, fish, octopus, bat, mantis, bird, wolf, manta ray, and frog.

I would like to see hunter, tracker, banker, helper, worker, guardian, death sphere, analyzer, warrior(four armed), assassin, digger/miner, and agriculture bot.


So far we have the following robots: Too much already, there are more robots than div's and rakshasa's combined.


Are robots a separate category in bestiary 5?


If you mean they get there own section, yes. Also they have there own subtype as well.


Robots are grouped together like demons or devils are.

Sincubus, everyone here knows you dislike robots. So you can stop telling us that. It isn't accomplishing anything, and the rest of us would like to be able to discuss them without hearing your complaints. Seriously. You've made your statement, now let's move on.

As for the lists, I don't put things on them that I don't think have potential. Some creatures would need to be reinterpreted more than others, but most sasquatchkin, human undead, hags, small fey, etc. do have potential in my opinion. And as for descriptions, the very simple fact is that adding descriptions to those lists is time-consuming, and I really haven't had much of an opportunity to write up more than just the names for the forums as of late. I've been primarily busy with my own setting, and interpreting these creatures for that, plus huge numbers of pop-culture and original monsters as well. My personal interpretations are often incompatible with what the devs are trying to create here, and I don't think you'd find them to be of interest either. It's a really weird setting. So, to make a long story short, I've been busy trying to apply the creatures for the purpose I collected them for to begin with. I really haven't had the opportunity to provide stuff for the forum as of late.

If you want, I could send you the current list, but you'd have to do the research yourself, and a good deal of it wouldn't be your taste. But I don't have time to cherrypick the weirdest monsters for you right now. Sorry man.


It isn't that much of a deal, I was just joking/sad that you both knew about awesome deer monsters with beehives in their antlers/plant antlers and you never shared them with the message boards :-(

And I like Sasquatch breeds, hags and little people, just not the ones that add nothing new and which are just Duende #100 and hag #50, there are a couple of awesome sasquatch types but others are just 100% the same.

I never was much of an overlapping guy I guess, never added x-men with the same powers as others to name a curious example.


Have they added a Midge Pixie yet? In fiction and legend the pixies were always tiny, not small.


A psychopomp psychopomp would be nice to have.


I know it will never happen but I still want toy and food/candy based monsters like toy solders, gummy bears, jack in boxes, candy cane golems, caramel oozes, doll golems, gingerbread men, etc.


Robot, Maintenance
XP 800
N Medium construct (robot)
Init +1; Senses darkvision 60 ft., low-light vision; Perception +8
DEFENSE
AC 18, touch 11, flat-footed 17 (+1 Dex, +7 natural)
hp 20 (2d10+10)
Fort +1, Ref +2, Will +2
Defensive Abilities hardness 5; Immune construct traits, shielded vs electromagnetic pulses
Weaknesses vulnerable to critical hits,
OFFENSE
Speed 20 ft.40 rolling
Melee slam +9 (1d4+7) or
Improvised weapon +3 (1d4+1/×2 plus 1d6 electricity)
Natural weapon Welding torch +3(1D6 fire/X2)
Ranged Thrown piece of scrap metal +3 (1d4+1/×2)
STATISTICS
Str 16, Dex 13, Con —, Int 12, Wis 13, Cha 1
Base Atk +4; CMB +9; CMD 20
Feats Minor repair, (can perform mending non magically in 1-4 rounds. Make whole takes an hour.)
Skills Craft (any one) +4, Disable Device +4, Perception +4, Profession (any one) +4, Knowledge engineering +4
Languages Common, computer binary
SQ adaptive learning, charge weapon, nanite repair, limbs 3 feet extendable to 10 feet, large eyes that can project light like 2 bulls eye lanterns.
ECOLOGY
Environment any
Organization solitary, pair, or squad (3–12)
Treasure standard (Masterwork Tools, other treasure)
SPECIAL ABILITIES
Adaptive Learning (Ex) A Maintenance Robot has a number of skill points equal to 2 + its Intelligence modifier per Hit Die, and treats Craft and Profession as class skills. In addition, a Maintenance Robot has a number of bonus skill ranks equal to its Hit Dice that can be reprogrammed to apply to any one skill—these ranks can’t be split among multiple skills and must apply to one skill. A Maintenance Robot can change what skill these bonus ranks apply to up to once per day by concentrating for 1 minute, during which time it can take no other actions. Rather than spend these bonus ranks on a skill, a Maintenance Robot can choose to devote them to any skill needed such as programming or systems analysis. All Maintenance Robots are automatically proficient with all simple weapons. If a simple weapon is available, it will use it and skip the -4 for an improvised weapon.
Charge Weapon (Ex) Any metal weapon wielded by a Maintenance Robot becomes charged with electricity and deals 1d6 additional points of electricity damage on a hit.
Nanite Repair (Ex) A Maintenance Robot’s nanites heal it, restoring a number of hit points equal to its Hit Dice every hour (4 hit points per hour for most Maintenance Robots). Once per day, as a full-round action, a Maintenance Robots can heal itself or any robot it touches of 4d6 points of damage.

Maintenance Robots can talk. If spoken to they will reply in a cheerful, insincere voice. If told the reactor core is going critical, they will chirp ,”That’s one of my prime functions”, and go push in the control rods till it runs normally. Although they have plenty of room in their body cavity, they tend to use treasure to repair stuff, so keep that in mind. Their actual names are MR plus a 6 digit number, but they will accept nick names such as Pinball, Odd Job, Torchy, or whatever.

I think I made some mistakes. Tell me what to correct on my homebrew file.

Also, more robots, like this one.


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I'd love to see some equivalent of 2 edition's Zaratan. There's nothing like a turtle so large its shell is essentially an island.


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Simeon wrote:
I'd love to see some equivalent of 2 edition's Zaratan. There's nothing like a turtle so large its shell is essentially an island.

Isn't that the immense tortoise? Since it never stops growing, it could easily be island-sized.


There is the Aspidochelone which is in AP vol. 27 though that would still be 3.5.


A touch of Strange

A fun world/project i've found, many monsters from myth are used, while their descriptions are very different from most myths, many fun myths (such as Eintykara and Stray Sod) can be found among the pages.

Fun read and many cool monsters and ideas for Bestiary 6.

For my taste however too much humanoids and vampires, but many other creatures are cool.

Also I want multiple smaller zaratans:

Zaratan
- Coast Zaratan (These giant monstrous Archelon-like turtles have a small reef or island on their shells which they use to attract prey with, they live in the sea and on beaches.)
- Bog Zaratan (The most aggressive of Zaratan, these giant Alligator Snapping Turtles have a small rocky island on their backs and live in swamps and bogs.)
- Oasis Zaratan (These desert land turtles have a small oasis on their shells, which lures thirsty creatures towards their doom.)


Luthorne wrote:
Simeon wrote:
I'd love to see some equivalent of 2 edition's Zaratan. There's nothing like a turtle so large its shell is essentially an island.
Isn't that the immense tortoise? Since it never stops growing, it could easily be island-sized.

Increase the size, change the environment to aquatic, and you have a Zaratan.


Goth Guru wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
Simeon wrote:
I'd love to see some equivalent of 2 edition's Zaratan. There's nothing like a turtle so large its shell is essentially an island.
Isn't that the immense tortoise? Since it never stops growing, it could easily be island-sized.
Increase the size, change the environment to aquatic, and you have a Zaratan.

It's... already Colossal :P


I prefer the Zaratan(or similar creature) to be a magical beast with some interesting abilities. Maybe something like the lion turtle in Avatar the last airbender. A giant monster that grants kineticist abilities to people would be interesting.


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A giant monster that grants kineticist abilities to people would be interesting.

Handing out traits from a core class via monsters is....not really in keeping with the design ethos to date.

Especially since the A:TLA bit you cited wasn't really about bestowing new power, but rather teaching how to use it.

Furthermore, the Zaratan isn't really built for that role- it's built to be the "oh crud, this isn't an island, runnnnn!" dealie.


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Council of Thieves has a giant island turtle in one of it's bestiaries (What Lies in Dust, I believe)


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According to book of creatures, the Zaratan (more properly Saratan) started out as a giant CRAB. Giant monstrous island crab is way way more unique and interesting to another island turtle


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captain yesterday wrote:
Council of Thieves has a giant island turtle in one of it's bestiaries (What Lies in Dust, I believe)

Do you mean the Aspidochelone? It looks like it's a whale instead of a turtle, though.


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Ha! I remembered it wrong, thanks!


I didn't say it granted kineticist powers to anyone, it is a good plot device for a character's origins or a special ability for a quest. The idea that you have to search for a legendary creature that looks like an island is interesting.


MMCJawa wrote:
According to book of creatures, the Zaratan (more properly Saratan) started out as a giant CRAB. Giant monstrous island crab is way way more unique and interesting to another island turtle

I'm kinda bummed the Z/Saratan changed that much, so I keep with the Z (there are FAR more creatures with an S letter than a Z) instead of with the S and I keep with the turtle, as I have Karkinos, Kamikiri, Traîcousse, Sandwalker and Ushi Oni for the crab/spider crab roles, but very few turtle based monsters, yes Kappa and Suiko have turtle features but not really turtles, Dragon Turtle check but that is only 1 vs numerous crabs.

I think it suits turtles more to have an island on their back than crabs.

So in this case I ignore the real Saratan and rather see an Island Turtle, but not a colossal one. more like this awesome Snapping Turtle thing, but then with small rocks and trees on its back. Turning it into a more use-able creature and less like a look-how-big-that-thing-is-mom-AWESOME type of monster.

There is an island whale in pathfinder, but not an island turtle, don't really count the immense tortoise.

I'm also for the Shadhavar staying the carnivore I knew it to be and also i'm rather VERY happy that the Pyrausta turned out to be a insect dragon, and not a dull insect. Same with Almiraj being a carnivore and not a wussy.


Awa Hon Do (or rather just Awahondo) is a very obscure creature from Native American myth, this is actually the first cool picture I see from one, though A Touch of Strange uses them as giant termites and Final Fantasy uses them as walking sticks.

I want the Awahondo to be a spiritual Emerald Cockroach Wasp type of creature, with the ability to become like a spirit(incorporeal) and its sting corrupts the soul.

The victims slowly and painfully loses its soul which fades away out of the body and becomes a spectre (or similar ghost creature) and the body becomes a zombie-like slave for the Awahondo, maybe to lay its spirit eggs in or just to protect it.

OR

The corpse is used to lay the eggs in and the Spectre/Soul becomes a guardian for the Awahondo.

Also the Awahondo has the mandibles of a Tiger Beetle, which is able to bite the very soul, so it can actually bite incorporeal creatures as easily as fleshy creatures.

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