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Dragon78 wrote:
Wannabe Demon Lord, all those creatures sound interesting to me.

. Thanks Dragon! I definitely put quite a bit of thought into those ones.


Reduxist wrote:
Has anyone suggested the Mari Lwyd yet? Because a giant ghostly horse head with ranks in perform (sing) and stealing all your food sounds hilarious.

Like her?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOv8snCX-Kc


Mystic_Snowfang wrote:
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Reduxist wrote:

How about the angels of the Ars Paulina and the Zabaniah, from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Islamic folklore respectively? Considering how many gods possess the evil domain, having 43 new good, celestial gods wouldn't hurt.

Heck, why stop there? The fiendish forces have plenty of variance, but celestials only have around four. Maybe the new pantheons could bring in some new celestial races?

Also, maybe a Darwin Award Daemon.

.....the really weird thing is I can't tell if your being serious or if your being sarcastic. o_O
I think a Daemon that promotes "never my fault" thinking leading to premature deaths from being an idiot would be interesting.

So in other words, a Daemon produced via death by stupidity and seeks to cause more death of mortals that way? I don't think such Daemons will be held in high esteem by the Horsemen or the Daemonic Harbingers who serve them. Still, it's an interesting idea.

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Berselius wrote:
Mystic_Snowfang wrote:
Berselius wrote:
Reduxist wrote:

How about the angels of the Ars Paulina and the Zabaniah, from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Islamic folklore respectively? Considering how many gods possess the evil domain, having 43 new good, celestial gods wouldn't hurt.

Heck, why stop there? The fiendish forces have plenty of variance, but celestials only have around four. Maybe the new pantheons could bring in some new celestial races?

Also, maybe a Darwin Award Daemon.

.....the really weird thing is I can't tell if your being serious or if your being sarcastic. o_O
I think a Daemon that promotes "never my fault" thinking leading to premature deaths from being an idiot would be interesting.
So in other words, a Daemon produced via death by stupidity and seeks to cause more death of mortals that way? I don't think such Daemons will be held in high esteem by the Horsemen or the Daemonic Harbingers who serve them. Still, it's an interesting idea.

Spectacular Stupidity


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Jackass, the afterlife.


Berselius wrote:
Mystic_Snowfang wrote:
Berselius wrote:
Reduxist wrote:

How about the angels of the Ars Paulina and the Zabaniah, from the Lesser Key of Solomon and Islamic folklore respectively? Considering how many gods possess the evil domain, having 43 new good, celestial gods wouldn't hurt.

Heck, why stop there? The fiendish forces have plenty of variance, but celestials only have around four. Maybe the new pantheons could bring in some new celestial races?

Also, maybe a Darwin Award Daemon.

.....the really weird thing is I can't tell if your being serious or if your being sarcastic. o_O
I think a Daemon that promotes "never my fault" thinking leading to premature deaths from being an idiot would be interesting.
So in other words, a Daemon produced via death by stupidity and seeks to cause more death of mortals that way? I don't think such Daemons will be held in high esteem by the Horsemen or the Daemonic Harbingers who serve them. Still, it's an interesting idea.

I’d like to think they wouldn’t care: they just love invoking stupid and avoidable deaths (ie., taking the obviously cursed treasure, walking straight into a trap, messing with the orc) and the feeling of schadenfreude. They hate existence and love their jobs.


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Types of undead specific to one race like elves, dwarves, halflings, gnomes, catfolk, goblins, orcs, lizardfolk, etc.

A monstrous humanoid that corrupts children and the worse kids become another of it's kind continuing the cycle.

Some wingless/flightless multi-headed dragon species.


Those would all be cool Dragon. In terms of the second suggestion, are you familiar with a particularly vile creature from Patagonia called the Invunche?

Also, it would be really cool if we got Yamata-No-Orochi as a flightless, multi-headed dragon.


"Intrigue", "Horror" and "Wilderness" should be put up front in the next Bestiary. It would also be a good contrast by going with both urban and wild monsters... and terrifying ones can be added in both camps, so ;)

Ultimate Intrigue added elements for serial killers, viligantes and other stuff mostly taken from modern fiction, so:
- monstruous humanoids being failed experiments
- templates for supernaturally insane/mad inmates
- feys out for vengeance for urban development
- magical beasts keyed to forges, ovens, presses and other machines
- urban constructs

Horror Adventures added elements from horror movies thrillers and such, so:
- undead or aberrations based on torture methods and devices
- outsiders even more savage and blodthirsty
- humanoid beings leading a crusade for being the perfect race

Ultimate Wilderness added stuff from nature and other folklores, so:
- more giant-sized vermin and animals, like butterflies and hummingbirds, as well as... just about every single familiar.
- intelligent oozes (related to blights) which can shapeshift
- underwater variations of plant creatures such as treants and leshys
- nature dragons, as true dragons with druid/oracle/witch spells and ranger/hunter/barbarian/shifter abilities.


When a character with many implants dies their implants keep functioning turning them into a non magical undead. How about Cyber Ghoul for a name.


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Sorry, I wish you said cyber-implants because a completely different creature popped in my head until I read the name "Cyber Ghoul":)


Now you have me thinking of breast implants zombifying women.
I'll need Rick's help removing that memory.


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Considering we have undead templates for casters(lich) and ones for martial classes(Graveknight) then one specific for kineticist would be nice. Also more undead in general related to psychic classes would be cool.

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Jólakötturinn or Jólaköttur
Icelandic folklore.
A huge cat who eats children who have not finished their chores by Christmas.
A nice fey creature.


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Charles Scholz wrote:

Jólakötturinn or Jólaköttur

Icelandic folklore.
A huge cat who eats children who have not finished their chores by Christmas.
A nice fey creature.

Yeah the Christmas Cat.

It will leave you alone if you wear the ugly sweater your gran gran made for you.
In game, if a cat is left to die outdoors during a blizzard, it turns into this scary undead. It stalks children who's family has no cats. It may have breathstealer powers.


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Some fey based cat monsters would be nice.


Giant Opiliones would be cool.


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Would love some creatures from the dimension of time, like a N outsider group and other time themed creatures like living clockworks, clocks, hour glasses, etc. Some creatures that can alter mortal creature's age(both younger and older), slow time, stop time, time travel, etc. Would love time themed fey, magical beast, oozes, plants, etc. and lets not forget the time elementals.


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Some more non-humanoid fey and some "tauric" fey would be cool. Also a fey based mermaid and/or tiny/small size blue skin mermaid with with dragonfly style fairy wings. We have multiple fey that focus on fear about some that focus on joy, rage, despair, hope, love, etc.


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Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:

Top three fiend lords of each untouched category I'd like to see, based on the Book of the Damned:

Asura Ranas: Gavidya, Rahu, Zurapadyn
Daemon Harbingers: Cixyron, Diceid, Laivatiniel
Infernal Dukes: Alocer, Eligos, Rasvocel
Kyton Demagogues: Inkariax, Fharaas, Kaikyton
Malebranche: Alichino, Draghignazzo, Rubicante
Nascent Demon Lords: Izyagna, Murnath, Ovonovo
Oni Daimyo: Akuma, Inma, Nataka
Rakshasa Immortals: Caera, Kunkarna, Ravana
Sakhil Tormentors: Hataam, Xiquiripat, Zipacna

Plus all four of the Queens of the Night. We have all eight Archdevils, so it's only fair that they get included.

I like many things on that list. Not sure who all of them are without looking the exact names up but Asura Ranas, Dukes, Malebranche, Daimyo and Rakshasa are some of my favourite monsters.

I like the "Hindu" races idea you posted.

As long as it has Asuras and Manasuputras I'm happy. :)


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A non-evil fey that changes humanoids into it's own kind not for malice but for loneliness. Basically it finds a person that it becomes attached to(as a friend, lover, or adopted child) and over time changes them into it's own species. The change could be a love based emotion corruption, curse, poison, metamorphoses, or some other effect.

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That's sounds like an interesting mechanic, Dragon. Question is, what kind of non evil fey would do such a thing (I mean, what is the lord about that particular creature)? Also, sorry if this has been asked (I don't remember reading it and I'm too lazy to go over the posts) but has the subject of potential 0 hit dice creatures been discussed? Perhaps it is a great way to put the Vesk and the Shirren into pathfinder.


Yeah that fey sounds cool. :)


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Would also like to see a group of dragons, "domesticated dragons", that are bread(magically or mundane) to be mounts, companions, pets, hunting beast, guards, etc. We could have dragons like the ones from "How to Train Your Dragon", an actual dragon horse or at least a flightless dragon with hooves, and a whole bunch of other interesting things.

The concept of a corruption of love that the more you care about your new fey friend(lover, parent, child, etc.) the more you become them is interesting. I think CN or N would be a good alignment.


I'd like to see an Ilapa from Yoruba mythology. Because martial artist anthro turtles (doesn't that sound familiar) are too good to pass up.


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A 0HD turtle race would be interesting and having a name mythology would be even better.


Apologies, I misremembered the name of the Yoruba turtle monsters. They're Ikaki, not Ilapa.


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Wannabe Demon Lord wrote:
I'd like to see an Ilapa from Yoruba mythology. Because martial artist anthro turtles (doesn't that sound familiar) are too good to pass up.

In the Savage Coast of Mystara, there are a race of anthropmorphic turtles (tortoises, rally) called tortles. The SC is also ravaged by a supernatural curse that causes mutations in many people. Tortles can choose the Fighting Monk kit. They are also a player race.

You can see where I'm headed with this.

The only drawback is that they usually start around the age of 20 and not before, but I'm sure a kind GM would allow a slightly younger one.


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No problem Wannabe Demon Lord, though that explains why I couldn't find it online;)


It's been a while since this was discussed in this thread, but I'd like to note, I just looked through the Tome of Horrors and Volts are definitely included, so they're an option, to those who requested them.


damn man, you must have a big issue when asking for a 7th bestiary.

You have 6 already, how many of them do you use?
also, there are 5 monster manuals from 3.5 and the 5the mms wich are fun to intermingle with pathfinder.

a 7th would result in a reprint of existent materials (or the adventure´s path monsters)


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Monsters are pretty much infinite. There's no real limit to what's capable of being imagined, creature-wise, and thus there's no limit to what can potentially be included in a Bestiary. One can never have too many monsters.

And reprints are fine. Not all of us have the money to purchase every single AP, module, or campaign setting book.


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All the 3.0/3.5 bestiaries were crap except the first one and we have most of the monsters from that one. But yeah, there are nearly infinite possibilities for bestiaries.


There is a monster from African mythology that had many legs, was colossally tall, and could throw boulders. I'd like to see that in a Pathfinder bestiary.


EltonJ wrote:

There is a monster from African mythology that had many legs, was colossally tall, and could throw boulders. I'd like to see that in a Pathfinder bestiary.

Got a link or at least a name? That sounds interesting. Is it the Ga Gorib? If not I haven't heard of it.


Paizo should make another kind of approach to monsters, at least in my though. perhaps more monster codex. with different monsters in it.


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Yeah, that does sound interesting especially the idea of having more monsters other then giants that throw boulders.


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How about the Kampfult from old MMII? A fleshy tree-like polyp at home in dark forests or underground. The Vilstrak was an interesting concept of a creature that could pass through solid stone, perhaps beefed up and re-imagined as the original MMII version was too weak.

From African folklore the Dingonek, a massive beast armored like a pangolin, with fierce claws, teeth, a barbed clublike tail and nasty disposition. The Mujina from Hawaiian/Japanese folklore, faceless ghost or shapeshifter. And from Native American legend (Iroquois) the flying head (Dagwanoenyent), a head larger than a man with shaggy black hair, flies on bat wings and has claws in place of a neck. A bit like a massive powerful vargouille. In legend this beast was nasty enough to depopulate parts of the Adirondacks before European contact.


Great ideas Toberon!


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I would still love to see the Ravid, especially since it was one of the very few creatures from the positive energy plane back in 3.0/3.5. But if it ever does get be in Pathfinder I would love for it to be around the CR12-15 range.

Toberon, I would like to see any of those creatures.


How about the Tarkus? It could probably be an inevitable.


It will need another name, but the French Mythology Tarasque (that's with one R) would be a good addition.


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Yeah, I did always like the way the french version looked and would love a creature like that.


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It's been a while since I've posted anything mythological, but I stumbled upon an old Call of Cthulhu sourcebook called Terror Australis, which went into great detail about Australian Aborigine culture, mythology, the Dreamtime, and its denizens. Since their's been some discussion of Australian monsters here before, I thought I'd share the ones that were new to me.

Abuba Ogress who turns men into beasts
Agula Aboriginese revenant
Arkaroo Malicious Dreamtime snake-men who fight Wandjina
Eleanba Wunda Spirit known only from two-toed footprints
Grimmacha Territorial dwarf; lures those who camp in his area out and pelts them with rocks
Gulgura Goblin of waterholes; never seen, only where he has been
Jambuwal Thunder spirit; carries double-headed club
Jannok Humanoids with emu feet who ride dust devils (No idea if it has any relation to the Dhinnabarrada)
Jugi Aboriginese black dog
Kurpannga Dingo demon; hairless except for bristle ridge on back and tuft on tail; many teeth; vengeful (I think this one and the Ngarang have the most potential)
Morkul Kua Luan Gentle fey; ugly; Spirit of the Long Grass
Netto-Gurk Aboriginese hag
Ngarang Ogres; dwell in gum tree roots; long flowing hair and beards and spindly arms with multiple joints similar to knobs of tree limbs; pull people down and eat them
Ninya Subterranean ice men; covered in icicles; selfish, tyrannical and greedy; blue eyes and white blood
Pungalunga Cannibal giants; can move accross sand dunes at incredible speeds
Turong Wispy, frail, arboreal humanoids
Wa-tha-guln-darl Malicious fey; eighteen inches tall and indestructible; tie victims to bullet ant nests

For a lot of these, the descriptions were rather brief, but hopefully enough to potentially generate monster ideas.


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I like the Abuba, Arkaroo, Grimmacha, Gulgura, Jambuwal, Morkul Kua Luan, Netto-Gurk, Ngarang Ogres, Turong, and Wa-Tha-guln-darl.

Could use more info about the Eleanba Wunda?

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Magical storks with some connection to babies
Naked Mole Rat familiar
Some more good aligned reptiles esp snakes
Something super adorable looking that is pure evil
More shoulder sized dragons, please
Maybe shoulder sized griffins while you're at it? Pesudogryphons.


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Mystic Snowfang, I have been asking for a lot of those for a while.

I am really interested in more small(and smaller) dragons, magical storks with connections to babies, different sizes/types of griffins, pure evil cuteness, and good aligned reptile based creatures.


Dragon78 wrote:

I like the Abuba, Arkaroo, Grimmacha, Gulgura, Jambuwal, Morkul Kua Luan, Netto-Gurk, Ngarang Ogres, Turong, and Wa-Tha-guln-darl.

Could use more info about the Eleanba Wunda?

There was little data on the Eleanda Wunda, since it was supposedly only known to locals from its footprints and never actually seen, so if it were to be used, most of the details about it would have to be invented.


what are all talking about the individual creatures we would like to see in a dreamed Bestiary 7, but how far do you all think we are from bestiary 7 and what are you all actually looking forward in the seventh installment of this product line?

New monster rules?
Playable races and pc options?
High level foes or demigods?
New members of specific creature types or subtypes?
Completely new and innovative concepts?

I myself am curious about the next theme for the bestiary.


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The Gold Sovereign wrote:

what are all talking about the individual creatures we would like to see in a dreamed Bestiary 7, but how far do you all think we are from bestiary 7 and what are you all actually looking forward in the seventh installment of this product line?

New monster rules?
Playable races and pc options?
High level foes or demigods?
New members of specific creature types or subtypes?
Completely new and innovative concepts?

I myself am curious about the next theme for the bestiary.

- Reprints from recent APs

- Monsters tied to Ultimate Intrigue
- Monsters tied to Ultimate Wilderness
- Monsters tied to Planar Adventures

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