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There is still a chance that we will be getting Bestiary 6 next year as well as the Starfinder Bestiary. Though I wouldn't bet on it, at least there is still a chance.

Besides they haven't confirmed if the Starfinder Bestiary is a hardcover or not.

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Yeah, for all we know it's like Inner Sea Bestiary with a 64-page softcover format.

Even if it's a hardcover, that doesn't automatically mean there won't be a Pathfinder Bestiary as well. Remember that Lisa Stevens adamantly insisted that whatever Starfinder does should not affect Pathfinder release schedule at all.


Paizo's CEO has said that PF RPG-line books for next year are going to happen but just haven't been announced yet and they are probably going to be announced in the coming months, so Bestiary 6 might still be coming. Also...

Wouldn't the Starfinder bestiary mean Less sci-fi monsters in the bestiaries?

Still, whatever. I hope for Qutrub (sorta like Arabian werewolves mixed with Ghul's) to be in the next bestiary, though not as a template.


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Marco Massoudi wrote:
MMCJawa wrote:
Marco Massoudi wrote:

I want all the Lovecraft Mythos creatures that will appear in the "Strange Aeons" AP to be in Bestiary 6 (but don't know if the deal with Chaosium makes that possible).

Sounds like most of the pre-existing Mythos creatures in Strange Aeons will be under license from Chaosium. So I wouldn't be too hopeful on this front.

Lovecraft's monsters are public domain, only the others (Hastur and so) are Chaosium exclusives.

There was a book some years ago with all the Lovecraft monsters converted to 3.0 rules.
Cthulhu D20 or so.

All of the Lovecraft monsters are pretty much statted up at this point. So expect Strange Aeons to have stuff from Clark Ashton Smith and other collaborators, and maybe some more recent authors, which are not public domain.

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A Giant Snakehead (bigger than any found on earth) would be cool.


Mystic_Snowfang wrote:
A Giant Snakehead (bigger than any found on earth) would be cool.

Someone has been watching River Monsters/Jeremy Wade lol


Fey that are very anti-(advanced)tech and have abilities related to such views. Abilities such as surrounded by a anti-tech field, natural attacks and weapons gain construct bane property, electro magnetic pulse, can drain power from tech based objects and creatures, etc.


I may be one of a minority, and apologize in advance for the length of this post, but to my eyes Outsiders are the largest population in pathfinder bestiaries right now. I'd like to see Aberrations close in a little bit on the outsiders, because I personally like aberrations better. I have a few suggestions that may or may not be viable. This post will be broken into three parts. the first is creatures that are mentioned, but not given stats, in previous publications of pathfinder. The second will be creatures in previous adventure paths or modules. And the last section will be basic ideas for aberrations that I think would be just amazing.

Bestiary 4 mentions but does not stat a few of the Drow Fleshwarps:
Gomnits (Gnome Base): "resembles a vicious, mushroom-like humanoid"
Gublasks (Goblin Base): "grow a chitinous skin, and their arms are transformed into whiplike stingers"
Jashoi (Halfling Base): "Bizarre, doglike quadrupeds which are annoying and difficult to control"
Oronci (Orc base, included in Inner Sea Bestiary): "Upper body of an Orc and the lower body of a Centipede, complete with poisonous spittle"
Urgoci (Ogre Base): "an Ogre's legs shrink down to vestigial stumps. it's forearms lengthen, and are used to pull the vestigial lower body along. a mass of serpentine tentacles sprouts from its shoulders and upper torso"

Valley of the Brain Collectors (Iron Gods) makes mention of a few:
"Several races similarly utilize the brains (or steal thoughts from the minds) of other creatures for their own nefarious purposes: the Bah-Thegga and Bah-Uurla, Deh-Nolo, Jah-Tol, Rhu-Chalik (pathfinder adventure path #86, 86), and Yah-Thelgaad (see page 90)."
"the priestly caste within the organization is comprised of the wormlike Chyzaedu and the Haeshii-Shaa, a race that lives its lifecycle alternating between gaseous and liquid form."
"paintings in some of the oldest desert tombs support such theories with depictions of unfortunate figures being infested with flesh-altering contagions, peasant laborers with insectoid limbs grafted on their bodies..."
"the account describes countless horrors, such as many-tentacled machine-creatures called Jah-Tol"

as per previously appearing monsters i'd like to see reprints of, a short-ish list of what follows,
(in a spoiler to consolidate the post a little)

Spoiler:

Delver (misfit monsters)
Argorth (hook mountain massacre)
Azgenzak (maiden, mother, crone)
Bogwid (curse of the lady's light)
Bogwiggle (Monster Codex, curse of the lady's light)
Chon Chon (Tides of Honor)
Chyzaedu (Occult Bestiary)
Dark Young of Shub-Niggurath (wake of the Watcher, if you can convince chaosium)
Emkrah (the Jackal's price)
Get of Iblis (the impossible Eye, potentially restatted for a few different types of encounters)
Ghelarn (fires of Creation)
Havero (history of Ashes)
Irlgaunt (war of the river kings)
Living Cave Painting (Forge of the Giant God)
Living Rune (the dead heart of Xin)
Rorkoun (Rivers run red)
Shadowgarm (bastards of Erebus)
Snowdrifter (restatted from flight of the red raven)
Spawning Canker and Slugspawn (Wake of the Watcher)
Targotha (Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars)
Telgrodradt (song of Silver)
Ugothokra (valley of the Brain collectors)
Veiled Masters (Inner sea Bestiary) and Omnipaths (Occult Bestiary)
Weaverworm (Broken Moon)
Whirlmaw (inner sea Bestiary)
Yah-Thelgaad (valley of the Brain Collectors)
and whatever is in a module between now and the publication of B6

finally, suggestions.
Garudas have a +1 racial bonus on serpentine aberrations specifically (the only serpentine ones are syrictas, nagas, and Goblin Snakes). there need to be more of them, lest the Garudas become pointless after their attempts at genocide against my precious nagas becomes inevitably successful the day before cthulhu devours golarion. but that is beside the point.
inevitably these are probably a few of these that are slightly unoriginal, but here goes nothing:
-a Tongue-replacing parasitic aberration
-more aberrations with plant physiology
-aberrations based on barnacles
-a "walking Skull". basically a creature that slinks onto a battlefield looking for a severed head to inhabit
-a humanoid playable race of aberrations (not a template, because no gm i've ever played under will let me use the black blooded or mutant templates)
-an aberration that communicates by licking those it comes into contact with
-humanoid aberrations with no facial features that communicates through a cloaca centered in its chest
-Helping Hands (centipede body and human hand instead of head)
-aberrations based on various immoral medical experiments
-humanoids physically corrupted by the presence of an outer god or great old one
-aberrations that were once outsiders
-tree like creature which engulfs a victim and disgorges a changed creature whose body into a twisted, satyr-like form
-physical embodiments of sound (aberration, not fey or outsider)
-something reminiscent of a giant floating tumor with eyes and arms
-humanoids with heads reminiscent of gothic and victorian architecture
-something which births creatures through bubbles of caustic fluid that form on the surface of its skin
-poe's conqueror worm
-rose based aberrations
-crawling eyes
-whatever created the black blood
-some aberrations based on Hieronymous Bosch
-Flatworm based aberrations
-aberration with leech-mouths instead of Hands
-humanoid with a ring of serpents emanating from its neck
-aberrations based on bioluminescent fish that are not abolish
-puppeteer based aberrations
-elephant like aberrations
-fleshwarps that are not made by the Drow (i.e. serpentfolk, Ratfolk, and Aboleth creations)
-shapeshifting aberrations
-cuttlefish (aberration not animal, sentient beings should not be labeled as animals)
-crawling carpets, leaf mimics (or other creatures related to, but not mimics make the world's deadliest living room even deadlier, I've already got a closet full of clockers, a floor and ceiling with lurkers on them, and mimics along the outer walls, with a wolf-in-sheep's-clothing sitting on the lawn)
the only legitimately named creatures I want to see are a Garidnel from Manly Wade Wellman's "why their named that" and "come into my parlor" and the Gnoles from Margaret St. Clair's "the Man who sold rope to the gnoles"
that being said, if I don't see these, I would settle for a bestiary with more Oozes than Outsiders for once in my life. ;)


My takes on AmbassadoroftheDominion's suggestions.

-an insect based aberration that actively seeks out sentient beings to lay its eggs in
Like the tiger fly or Xill

-a "walking Skull". basically a creature that slinks onto a battlefield looking for a severed head to inhabit
Hermit crab

-humanoids physically corrupted by the presence of an outer god or great old one
They have them for Cthulhu and I think Yog Sothoth. Yeah, more of thoes.

-whatever created the black blood
Who wrote the X-files? They called it black oil.

-an aberration that is biologically representative of algebra
How about an aspect of Nyarlotep that comes and destroys anyone trying to divide by zero.

-some aberrations based on Hieronymous Bosch
Like the Vrock. What's missing is a head with a popes hat and wagon wheels on either side. Possibly with psionic powers.


well, I wouldn't call it a hermit crab, but... if the shoe fits.

as per Bosch, I was thinking of his less... vrock-ish creatures.


While there are some outsider groups that I feel need a lot more love, there are creature types I like a lot more so I can see where your coming from.

Also "rose based aberration"?


A creature that emanates a dead magic field (like the ysalimiri). If you kill one, its dampening field is imprinted on the area and all objects and people therein permanently. Artifacts and deities are naturally exempt.

Methods might be devised to expand this dead magic last gasp to a larger area. Or assassinate a whole pack of them to suppress an entire settlement...


Matthew Shelton wrote:

A creature that emanates a dead magic field (like the ysalimiri). If you kill one, its dampening field is imprinted on the area and all objects and people therein permanently. Artifacts and deities are naturally exempt.

Methods might be devised to expand this dead magic last gasp to a larger area. Or assassinate a whole pack of them to suppress an entire settlement...

Matthew Shelton, I like your Star Wars Reference.


Dragon78 wrote:

While there are some outsider groups that I feel need a lot more love, there are creature types I like a lot more so I can see where your coming from.

Also "rose based aberration"?

I was thinking kind of a Kaiju-esque thing, like Biollante from Godzilla... except much smaller and much meaner


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I'd like to see Carnotaurus.


Supperman wrote:
I'd like to see Carnotaurus.

Best bipedal carnivore ever!!! not including people, of course :)


More fey and elementals with kineticist powers.

Creatures(humanoids and undead) with sorcerer/bloodrager bloodlines(not a template).

Creatures that when they take damage from slashing/piercing attacks and/or take bleed there blood becomes various animals, vermin, etc.


Fey in general, they are the third-least populous creature type, with oozes being second, and vermin being absolute least. I'm okay with the vermin, but man, oozes get a lot of hate, at least my other favorite type has all the love.


[MMCJawa wrote] All of the Lovecraft monsters are pretty much statted up at this point. So expect Strange Aeons to have stuff from Clark Ashton Smith and other collaborators, and maybe some more recent authors, which are not public domain.

MMCJawa, not quite. Every time I reread love craft's works I find a new creature. take for example the Web-Footed Wamps, in Dream-Quest, or the Silent Strutters in the Horror at Red Hook, both legitimate monsters, but not given stats. the creatures are not given names for the most part, and most of the ones that are named have negligible descriptions, leaving other authors to fill in the blanks. not to mention the name dropped monsters that only appear in his letters, essays, and poetry. after all of that, his monsters are pretty much untouched after all, Lovecraft was famous for name-dropping things, he even makes brief mention of E.F. Benson's Negotium Perambulans.


The Wamps and Silent Strutters sound interesting.

We haven't had any Alice in wonderland based creatures for a long time. The Cheshire Cat as a CN CR5-10 magical beast.

The Rocking Horsefly, Snap-dragonfly, Borogove, Tove, and the Momerath. I am sure at least of some these guys would make good (improved)familiar options as well.


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Catching up with pages 20-23 this weekend, so there will be a new sheet update early next week.

To whet your appetite, I have just finished all the requests on page 20, and the numbers now stand as follows...

Unique Unfulfilled Named Creature Requests: 3,664
Unique Named Creatures Already Available: 2,553 (1,640 in a Bestiary book, 913 in other Paizo products)
Unique "Reprint in a Bestiary" requests: 101
Unique "general/theme" requests: 58
Unique "Template" requests: 85
Unique "More of" requests: 95
Unique "Under Copyright" requests: 59

3 pages to go in this thread and I have caught up again - I wait for a thread page to completely fill before adding it to the sheet so I always know where I am up to, hence not including pg 24 just yet. ;)


would the wonderland insects be vermin, magical beasts, or fey?
I always pegged good old chessire as more an aberration, but that's just me, thinking about his ability to phase individual body parts out of existence at will, his unfathomable motives... what about the mad hatter as a sort of better version of bogeymen? we also need stats for mattresses, I mean, the creature that gets killed and taxidermied to make mattresses


Last week, I saw curucu beast of the amazon. A huge aquatic bird, with vicious claws instead of wings. In the movie it was a tropical bird monster but a temperate version is as likely(not much).


After seeing the Hive monsters in Horror Adventures, I'd like to see more ;)


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Several Mayan horrors of note:
Che Uinik: Flabby, plundering, giant with no bones and backwards feet. Ambush predator, can be defeated by being toppled over.
Ek Chapat: Seven-headed centipede that speaks in riddles.
Mesa-hol: Demon bird, nocturnal, flies upside down, smashes buildings by landing on top of them like Rodan.
Ekuneil: Fat toxic serpent that injects venom through its victims nostrils with its twin tails.
Kakasbal: Furry monstrocity with horns, massive ears, and a body formed from the organs of the creatures it devours.
Ua Ua Pach: Giant with three bladed Akaname like tongues that wears it's victim's kidneys as necklaces.
Xhumpedzkin: Lizard-like assassin beast that kills by poisoning its victims shadows.
K'awiil: Reptilian humanoid with a mirror on its skull and a flaming crocodilian snout. Associated with lightning, can transform into a magical axe and is wielded by the god Chaac.

How had I not heard of most of these? They're freaking awesome!


The akaname giant and the poison shadow lizard are awesome. The Ua Ua is gonna be a giant akaname subspecies in my Mythica project and the poison lizard not sure yet which lizard-type im gonna use for it. Any thoughts on the type lizard? Gilamonster, basilisk, iguana? It will be purple/black in color. Maybe some sleek jungle basilisk variant with poison glare that feeds on shadows.

Kakasbal sounds like the monster from Jeepers Creepers.


I'd say any lizard native to Central America would be reasonable. A basilisk wouldn't be a bad choice.

Also, if you haven't already, I would highly recommend the Tome of Beasts from Kobold Press for you specifically. It has great illustrations of a large number of mythical creatures, and you would enjoy it.


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I like the sound of the Xhumpedzkin.


Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:

I'd say any lizard native to Central America would be reasonable. A basilisk wouldn't be a bad choice.

Also, if you haven't already, I would highly recommend the Tome of Beasts from Kobold Press for you specifically. It has great illustrations of a large number of mythical creatures, and you would enjoy it.

Like which ones? I already know the african and probably russian monsters, what new ones does that book contain?


I've found more about the awesome shadow-biting reptile that Wannabe mentioned: xhumpedzkin

Quote:


ix-hunpedzkin. Heloderma horridum. "Lizards 3 or 4 inches long with horizontal bands, black, rose and ash-colored on the body, and rose colored beneath. They often enter houses. It is said that they . . . not only attack with the mouth and also with the tail, but by bitting the shadow of a person's head they rpoduce a headache so severe that it will be fatal if not immediately cured. (Pacheco Cruz, 1919, p. 32). "It is so poisonous that when it touches a person, even the garment, without biting or stinging, it kills completely and in a brief time." (Rel. de Yuc. I, 65).

Headache, hunpedzkin is also its name. Note: Supposed to be caused by a hunpedzkin-lizard biting the shadow of one' head. This is a lizard closely related to the Gila monster.
Roys/Eth/114: The Ix-hunpedzkin has been described as a lizard 3 or 4 inches long with black, pink and ash-colored horizontal stripes on its back. The belly is pink. If it bites the shadow of a person's head, a headache will result which is considered dangerous.
Roys/Bac/134: Hunpedzkin. "Among the many poisonous insects, reptiles and serpents there is especially one, which the Indians call ix hunpedzkin. It is of the size and form of a small lizard, with white and black spots and a shining body. It breeds in the forests and in old houses among the stones and is so poisonous that, when it touches a person, even on the garment, without biting or stinging, it kills completely and in so short a time that [the victim] does not last an hour. Nor is there time for any remedy. Its name in the language of the natives sounds like `brief time,' because it kills quickly" (RY, I, 65-66). A modern writer describes it as a small lizard three or four inches long with blackish and reddish strips on its belly. It is believed that it can, by biting only the shadow of a person's head, cause a headache that can be fatal if not properly treated (Pacheco Cruz, Diccionario de la fauna yucateca, 289-90). The seventeenth-century San Francisco Dictionary, however, describes it as a snake, and such a belief is confirmed by Eugenio May, a well-known archaeological worker (letter, E. W. Andrews). It is cited in incantations for seizures, sore leg, and hunpedzkin-vein or -humor (MS pp. 83, 85, 90, 93, 98).

http://www.famsi.org/reports/96072/h/hunoc_hupzah.htm

I would like this creature as a Small, Medium or Large GilaMonster reptile that has a stinger on the end of its tail, with purple (instead of pink) and black color (like gilamonster) and psychic abilities, it has a lot to do with headaches and poison, so combine those two to give it awesome abilities. Maybe this could be a chimerae combined from parts of Gilamonsters, snakes and scorpions, as it has something to do with all of these animals.

Could the D&D Dark Sun monster ID Fiend, have anything to do with the Xhumpedzkin?


JiCi wrote:
After seeing the Hive monsters in Horror Adventures, I'd like to see more ;)

Ok, I wrote this in a hurry, let me expand this :)

- There is something about "workers"... which we have absolutely nothing. It's not a Warrior variant nor does it refer to the Hive creature simple template. While it would have sense that Hive creatures become enslaved as workers, it could be as plausible to have uniuqe Hive workers.

- Ok, so it's based on the xenomorphs, which means...
* Drones
* Royal guards
* Crushers
The facehuggers have been replaced by the larva swarm, and I get that a victim become a warrior from the get-go instead of having a chestburster coming out of it. Still, I'd like to see more species than just a Warrior as a larva infestation result.

- You know what the warrior makes me also think of? A hydralisk. That's right, they could merge both the xenomorphs and the zergs together >:)
* Zerglings
* Hydralisks
* Mutalisks
* Ultralisks (not responsible for rage quits though XD )
* Banelings
* Vipers
* Nydus Worms

Ok, again, there's the whole "way too much species for a certain subtype" argument, which is understandable. However, I'd like to see 2 or 3 more Hive creatures in the future ^_^ The way I see it, the Hive creature template could lead to new lifeforms due to the base creature's DNA.


The workers are mentioned in the hive warrior section and say they have similar stats as the warrior except they loose acid spit and rending mandibles but gain the ability to secrete and sculpt resin.


Dragon78 wrote:
The workers are mentioned in the hive warrior section and say they have similar stats as the warrior except they loose acid spit and rending mandibles but gain the ability to secrete and sculpt resin.

True, but... not in the same fashion as a variants would be written :P


MMCJawa, if you get a chance anytime soon, could you post your monsters of Oceania? Excluding Australia, which you've covered, and the Philipines, which are available comprehensively on that website I shared. Sorry if it's a bad time, but I've been researching monsters of the region and I was wondering if you could provide some which would be new to us. Especially Taniwhas.


Giant versions of mole crickets, conchs, muscles/clams/ousters, sea cucumbers, moths/butterflies, rabbits, pill bugs, stink bugs, cuttlefish/nautilus, squirrels, hummingbirds, sea slugs, millipedes, lobsters, foxes, starfish, sea turtles, poison arrow/dart frogs, goldfish, snails, ladybugs, and newts/salamanders.


Interesting article on African creatures.

I'm going to be looking some of these up individually. Also, this seems to list the sources of several of the creatures in the Nyambe setting.


I'd love to see more flexible "half" templates not to mention more underwater/aquatic gameplay oriented releases. I feel that is a more often than not largely untouched portion of play in general. Also whatever happened to things like the fang dragons, horde scarabs and (Slann demons? not sure the name but there where different types for different colors similar to dragons, they looked like variations of pathfinders Hezrou demon). Perhaps I've missed them but I dont believe I've come across anything on those?


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(Slann demons? not sure the name but there where different types for different colors similar to dragons, they looked like variations of pathfinders Hezrou demon). Perhaps I've missed them but I dont believe I've come across anything on those?

Slaad. They're WotC IP. Proteans took their spot as the exemplars of Chaotic Neutral.


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based on two separate recommendations in a couple of days, last week I FINALLY watched the horror film Pontypool

Spoilerific Monster Idea:

for those who haven't seen the movie, Pontypool is sort of a zombie movie, but one in which the vector of infection isn't a disease, but rather the English language. Symptons include steady loss of language skills, madness, and eventual resulting in a mindless being driven to attack and kill.

It's a really cool concept that I don't think any existing monster (especially the zombie templates) really model.

I would probably do it either as something that converts a person into an outsider or undead. Give it a sonic attack; anyone that takes damage is inflicted with the disease, and take wisdom damage anytime a player communicates with certain words. Take enough wisdom damage and you die and become a new infected.

Obviously it would need other tweaks, including some sort of blindsense, maybe an ability to mimic spells and throw them back at random individuals, etc.


Koschei the Deathless?

Yeah, I know we have the Demon Lord, but he's pretty far removed from the myth and I'm wondering if it would be a good idea to add a character closer to the original folklore. I mean, he could just be a lich, but I think he deserves to be his own thing. Maybe a "Deathless" template with him as the representation? I mean, Baba Yaga's a thing, so why not the second most iconic Russian folklore villain?

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I really hope Nightterror didn't cry many tears about robotz using their evil lazors to destroy any chances for Bestiary 6 because this!


It more comes as a shock that i'm earlier than Dragon78 this year.

And Krampus is early with his present.


To be honest i'm looking out for Koboldpress Tome of Beasts more than Bestiary 6 at this time, the list of monsters we got at release worries me that it will mostly have big one-of-akind monsters, lovecraft critters, re-uses from AP's and even many pages on troops.

Hope i'm wrong, but the strange thing is that I don't mind it anymore.

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Nightterror wrote:

To be honest i'm looking out for Koboldpress Tome of Beasts more than Bestiary 6 at this time, the list of monsters we got at release worries me that it will mostly have big one-of-akind monsters, lovecraft critters, re-uses from AP's and even many pages on troops.

Hope i'm wrong, but the strange thing is that I don't mind it anymore.

Don't worry, I don't mind it as well, I'm going to buy it anyway :)


Wow, a march release, awesome.


And all the people on facebooks go crying that they don't need a 6th bestiary because 1 bestiary is enough. Lol.


Bestiary 6 wrote:
Test your mettle against Archdevils and the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, two-headed dragons and the Wild Hunt, conqueror worms or living statues haunted by dead gods, troops of goblins or strangely sentient oozes, and myriad other menaces suitable for all levels of play! Yet not every legend needs to tell of foes, and within these pages you’ll also find that new empyreal lords, dragons from Heaven, and the mythical Green Man all stand ready to aid you on your quests—if you prove yourself worthy.

Oooooooooooh, they're bringing back the Wild Hunt :D In short, it's a fey who hunts targets with large hound-like creatures.

Bestiary 6 wrote:
- Strange new player-character-suitable races like the canine rougarou, the watery fey naiad, the crazed monkey goblin, the Lovecraftian yaddithian and Darklands-dwelling munavri.

Monkey goblins and munavries have been presented already, but I'm curious for the rest.

Bestiary 6 wrote:
- Powerful foes from myth and legend, such as the Archdevil Mephistopheles, Charon of the River Styx, and that notorious haunter of holidays known as Krampus!

Interesting, especially Krampus :)

Bestiary 6 wrote:
- New animal companions, constructs waiting creation by skilled spellcasters, and a new category of true dragon from the Outer Planes.

True dragons from the Outer Planes, huh? Really hope that they are the aligned dragons (LN, NG, N, NE and CN).

Bestiary 6 wrote:
- New templates to help you get more life out of classic monsters, including the shape-changing vermin-themed entothrope and the intelligent hivemind swarm.

Alright, I was waiting for the vermin shapeshifter for a while now. Furthermore, the description teases "troops of goblins"... PLEASE tell me that there's a troop template and not just sample creatures.


Never thought I would actually see Krampus. I hope he is a fey and not an outsider.


Very excited by the potential influx of fey. Of the creatures mentioned, quite a few, such as the Wild Hunt, Green Man, Krampus, Naiad, etc. could potentially be fey. I wonder if that's going to be something of a theme for the book.


The theme is lords and two pagers

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