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More non-standard creature type swarms such as aberrations, dragons, fey, elementals, plants, oozes, magical beast, and monstrous humanoids. Some examples could a gremlin swarm, elemental wysp swarm, pigmy dragon swarm, and baby rust monster swarm.


Pet Rust Monster options for Druids.


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Creature requests up to Page 6 of this thread now done, including a mini reorganisation of the sheet into "tab" views - let me know what you think.

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Anthony Adam wrote:

Creature requests up to Page 6 of this thread now done, including a mini reorganisation of the sheet into "tab" views - let me know what you think.

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What do the things in column C mean?

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I want aliens and some 10 RP races (some of them aliens).

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I want less neutral and good creatures. They are hard to find a use for. Also, no more demons and devils.


I would love some alien races but wouldn't limit there RP to only 10. They have several races mentioned in Distant Shores that could be 0HD races. They have plenty of things in that book that are not 0HD races but would also like to see.


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Skagra42 wrote:
Anthony Adam wrote:

Creature requests up to Page 6 of this thread now done, including a mini reorganisation of the sheet into "tab" views - let me know what you think.

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What do the things in column C mean?

They are references to where the creature is found,

I = Bestiary 1
II = Bestiary 2
III = Bestiary 3
IV = Bestiary 4
V = Betsiary 5
APnnn is the Adventure Path nnn - Bestiary entry
Mod. is found in a module.
Comp. (coming soon) - in a companion, name will be in the next column
Sett. (coming soon) - in a setting, name will be in the next column

Where it is an Adventure Path or Module, the name is in the next column.

This is summarised in rows 56-65 of column A :D

Basically, think of column C as telling you "this creature already has an official Paizo design, found in this (or these) places".


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Anthony Adam wrote:

Creature requests up to Page 6 of this thread now done, including a mini reorganisation of the sheet into "tab" views - let me know what you think.

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Curiosity got the better of me, so I made another tab - and placed on that tab only the existing creatures from the Paizo APs, Bestiaries, Modules, etc...

It provides a nice index into what exists already...

and it surprised me to find that, not including settings and companions, we already have 2,106 (!) creatures across the Paizo product lines. Wow!


Sorry not "Distant Shores" but "Distant Worlds".

Wow 2,106 creatures, I can retire from bestiary wish lists:)But seriously that is a lot.


So the box next to Leprechaun means this.


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I am surprised that after 5 bestiaries we haven't seen ether a bakeneko or nekomata.

If they ever do stats for the Cheshire Cat I hope they make it a CN magical beast(or fey) around CR5-9 range.

I would love to see some monsters themed on playing cards, chess, dice, and other games.


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Give us the Zaratan sea turtle.
It's a giant sea turtle with an ecosystem on its back. Because it lives practically forever and almost never fully submerges and sleeps most of the time, the "island" on its back is covered with tropical plants, animals, people, and sometimes even unaware monsters. Rather than beaing something to fight (though you can try if you'd like), it is a creature perfect for a small adventure. Imagine the shock of the PCs when they discover that they're trapped on a giant sea turtle swimming through the ocean. The zaratan's armor makes it almost impenetrable, especially since the top of its shell is covered with earth and plants and rocks or even a tiny little mountain. It lives on a diet of giant squids, sacrifices from islanders, seaweed clusters, and basically anything else that strays into its water vacuuming turtle beak. PLEAS ADD ZARATAN TO BESTIARY 6. My sister and I have bean looking forward to one since the very start since it was one of my favorite creatures in Advanced D&D 2nd edition. Pathfinder is now the only tabletop RPG I play and I wish for the very best of Bestiary content. You never fail to deliver and I am always impressed by your published works.
http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/cryptidz/images/8/8e/Zaratan---.jpg/rev ision/latest?cb=20140107015222

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Iron Paint wrote:

Give us the Zaratan sea turtle.

It's a giant sea turtle with an ecosystem on its back. Because it lives practically forever and almost never fully submerges and sleeps most of the time, the "island" on its back is covered with tropical plants, animals, people, and sometimes even unaware monsters. Rather than beaing something to fight (though you can try if you'd like), it is a creature perfect for a small adventure. Imagine the shock of the PCs when they discover that they're trapped on a giant sea turtle swimming through the ocean. The zaratan's armor makes it almost impenetrable, especially since the top of its shell is covered with earth and plants and rocks or even a tiny little mountain. It lives on a diet of giant squids, sacrifices from islanders, seaweed clusters, and basically anything else that strays into its water vacuuming turtle beak. PLEAS ADD ZARATAN TO BESTIARY 6. My sister and I have bean looking forward to one since the very start since it was one of my favorite creatures in Advanced D&D 2nd edition. Pathfinder is now the only tabletop RPG I play and I wish for the very best of Bestiary content. You never fail to deliver and I am always impressed by your published works.
http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/cryptidz/images/8/8e/Zaratan---.jpg/rev ision/latest?cb=20140107015222

Already done a long time ago - the stats for "turtle/island" are in Patfhinder AP #27 and on Archives of Nethys. Granted, it could use a reprint in a Bestiary at some point :)


We could have a zaratan turtle and a zaratan fish, zaratan crab, etc. The idea of giant creatures having there own eco systems is interesting. I like the idea of a giant monster that is a creature of life and creation as opposed to most giant monsters wich are engines of death and destruction.


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Gorbacz wrote:
Iron Paint wrote:

Give us the Zaratan sea turtle.

It's a giant sea turtle with an ecosystem on its back. Because it lives practically forever and almost never fully submerges and sleeps most of the time, the "island" on its back is covered with tropical plants, animals, people, and sometimes even unaware monsters. Rather than beaing something to fight (though you can try if you'd like), it is a creature perfect for a small adventure. Imagine the shock of the PCs when they discover that they're trapped on a giant sea turtle swimming through the ocean. The zaratan's armor makes it almost impenetrable, especially since the top of its shell is covered with earth and plants and rocks or even a tiny little mountain. It lives on a diet of giant squids, sacrifices from islanders, seaweed clusters, and basically anything else that strays into its water vacuuming turtle beak. PLEAS ADD ZARATAN TO BESTIARY 6. My sister and I have bean looking forward to one since the very start since it was one of my favorite creatures in Advanced D&D 2nd edition. Pathfinder is now the only tabletop RPG I play and I wish for the very best of Bestiary content. You never fail to deliver and I am always impressed by your published works.
http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/cryptidz/images/8/8e/Zaratan---.jpg/rev ision/latest?cb=20140107015222
Already done a long time ago - the stats for "turtle/island" are in Patfhinder AP #27 and on Archives of Nethys. Granted, it could use a reprint in a Bestiary at some point :)

Technically, the aspidochelone is a whale/island. :)


Would love creatures based on the taro/harrow cards, signs of the zodiac, and constellations. In fact Ursa Major/Minor as giant space bears would be cool maybe too close to what MLP:fiM has done.


Dragon78 wrote:
Would love creatures based on the taro/harrow cards, signs of the zodiac, and constellations. In fact Ursa Major/Minor as giant space bears would be cool maybe too close to what MLP:fiM has done.

Saint Seiya, Jacky Chan's Adventure, Fairy Tail, etc...


Would B6 have an overall theme to it? I do recall that B3 had a LOT of oriental creatures.


B3 was the international bestiary, B4 was the mythic bestiary, and B5 was the occult/psychic/sci-fi bestiary.


Thus B6 will be the intrigue bestiary.


Mechagamera wrote:
Thus B6 will be the intrigue bestiary.

Assuming we get one this year, which I am skeptical on.


Going with the current pattern I would say next year would/could be B6.

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With CotCT hardcover this year, I doubt Paizo will be able to squeeze one more big book in.


My memory could very well be off, but the RotRL hardback didn't replace the Christmas seasons hardback the year it was released, and from the sound of things James Jacob is largely in charge of updating the new hardcover, which means it shouldn't be drawing resources from the design team. So I am not sure CotCT will impact there schedule much.

I still don't think we will get a bestiary hardcover, but probably some sort of NPC book or a similar volume.


More then likely it will be a NPC/Monster with class levels type book like the last two times between bestiaries. Though it could be something completely different. Ether way I am sure we are getting something.


Intrigue, Mythos, and other appropriate monsters. Some just monstrous, and others more character level based. Some Mythos creatures, such as the Shagoth, are already in bestiaries.


Star Spawn are in bestiary 4 according to your monster codex.


Goth Guru wrote:
Star Spawn are in bestiary 4 according to your monster codex.

Spawn of Yog-Sothoth, Star-Spawn of Cthulhu, and one or two more with similar idea/origin.


How about a pathfinder version of the Undead Sharkenbear?


MMCJawa wrote:
Mechagamera wrote:
Thus B6 will be the intrigue bestiary.
Assuming we get one this year, which I am skeptical on.

B3 was released in 2011, B4 in 2013 and B5 in 2015... I think that they rearranged their schedule to have a Bestiary at least 2 years apart now (2017). We'll probably get either a 2nd Monster Codex or NPC Codex in the meantime... which I hope we get.

As for the theme, while we did get "Intrigue", "Horror" is coming out this summer, so... maybe these twos themes will get them more inspiration than only either one.


Horror is a theme in every bestiary;)

Besides we don't know what hardcover books are coming out next year. The bestiaries tend to have a theme based on what books come out that same year.


JiCi wrote:
MMCJawa wrote:
Mechagamera wrote:
Thus B6 will be the intrigue bestiary.
Assuming we get one this year, which I am skeptical on.

B3 was released in 2011, B4 in 2013 and B5 in 2015... I think that they rearranged their schedule to have a Bestiary at least 2 years apart now (2017). We'll probably get either a 2nd Monster Codex or NPC Codex in the meantime... which I hope we get.

with the caveat that this only continues as long as the bestiaries get good sales. With bestiaries, there might very well be a saturation point, both in how many monsters many people need, and how original the monsters are.


Well considering we have 2000+ monsters that people still want to see I doubt they will stop with just B5.


I have been thinking some more on the intrigue being the basis for B6, and I am starting to think that it won't be. I think specificity works better to highlight the vigilante then generic monsters. I think the "bestiary" for intrigue will be one or more books like Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Darklands Revisited with 10 Batman or Daredevil type villains from a low level Sgt. Mendoza type who is always chasing the hero to the high level Kingpin type who is running crime in the city, and ditto a book of 10 Arkham Asylum types.


The idea of monsters with secret identities with actual alignment changes is little out there. Though the classic trope of a group of villagers who are friendly by day but turn into horrible monsters at night would be interesting.


An alchemist monster like Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
The human side becomes more and more pacifist while the monster becomes more violent. The unfortunate discovery of fracturing mutation causes them to have an inherent repeating mutation that stacks with another mutagen, which will the same type. All the bombs and extracts the alchemist prepared will be abused by the violent personality.


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An alchemist monster like Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

The human side becomes more and more pacifist while the monster becomes more violent. The unfortunate discovery of fracturing mutation causes them to have an inherent repeating mutation that stacks with another mutagen, which will the same type. All the bombs and extracts the alchemist prepared will be abused by the violent personality.

Sounds like a combination between the Ragechemist and Master Chymist.


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A template that fuses two creatures together(maybe teleportation spell mishap) with a human and a fly as the creature example.

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Dragon78 wrote:
A template that fuses two creatures together(maybe teleportation spell mishap) with a human and a fly as the creature example.

There's an 'Amalgam Creature' template like that in the Advanced Bestiary. That's a third party book of templates, but Paizo has used it several times to modify creatures in their products.


I really want a Wanyudo like creature in Pathfinder.

It could be done like this Wanyudo from my own project and I would really like it that way.


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I would like to see dragons with feathered wings. In fact I would like to see some dragons with hair/fur, feathers, armored plates, shell, tough hide, and other non-standard traits. Would also like to a dragon shaped like a frog/toad.


Dragon78 wrote:
I would like to see dragons with feathered wings. In fact I would like to see some dragons with hair/fur, feathers, armored plates, shell, tough hide, and other non-standard traits. Would also like to a dragon shaped like a frog/toad.

Dragon with feathered wings would be a nice look for a celestial/upper planes dragon if they ever do dragons based on alignment/outer planes.


I was thinking the same thing but I would love some non-standard or even a new subcategory of dragons to have these traits.


Dragon78 wrote:
I was thinking the same thing but I would love some non-standard or even a new subcategory of dragons to have these traits.

I am not opposed to that idea either (a Quetzalcoatl style dragon), but Dahak's "I'm not a Hellfire Wyrm, but I play one in PF" entry in Inner Sea Faiths rekindled my hope that outer planes based dragons could be coming. I wouldn't mind them being templates (the PC's get in a lot of trouble in Heaven when they pick a fight with a red dragon that is really an angelic red dragon [even after the GM goes out of his way to mention the feathered wings three times]).


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Core books up to Monster Codex now included in the index sheet, and requests for pages 1 through 10 included from this thread.

Outstanding unique Requests: 3,440
Creatures currently Available: 2,349


Hachai = Selk’nam SA; Horned man-like being, with large pelorovis-like horns emerging from his head; cow-like features and covered in white fur with red bands; pot-bellied; mostly benevolent and protected people from the Halpan; slow moving, and associated with dark cliffs; fierce

Halpan (F)/Shoort (M) = Selk’nam SA; Matriarchal race of humanoid monsters; communicate in strange shouts; bulky in shape, white in color, with a vaguely human-like piscine head; had an extra long nail on their middle finger which they use to disembowel humans to eat them; dwelled underground

These two Monstrous Humanoid races seem pretty interesting.


A good aligned minotaur like creature would be different.


Has anyone suggested reindeer folk? Most of them can't fly. The glowing nose is just that one unique individual. Reindeer are special because both bucks and does have antlers. They can go on all 4's and run really fast. They have hooves so that should give then back some race points for having trouble handling tools and weapons made for humans.


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I don't know why I still do this but whatever.

I found a cool Mythology book, with awesome art, especially some rare creatures got cool artwork.

click here if you are interested

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