What do we know about the Azlanti population that got locked in a time


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In Lost Omen's Character Guide it mentions that there is a small population of ancient Azlanti living in Golarion today. One of my players wants to play one in Extinction Curse and I want to learn more about them than the one paragraph in the LOCG. I figured they might be part of Ruins of Azlant?

I think having a character that may have heard of Aroden before he became a god might be interesting given some of the themes in the campaign.

Any sources of more information would be welcome. The pathfinder wiki article on Azlanti did not seem to have anything on them.


There were also time-people in Xin-Edasseril (Return of Runelords, Book 5). They were of Thassilonian nationality, but it's the same ethnicity.


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There were also time-people in Xin-Edasseril (Return of Runelords, Book 5). They were of Thassilonian nationality, but it's the same ethnicity.

That's the Azlanti population that the LOCG was referring to. Check out the Lost Omens World Guide, specifically the New Thassilon section in the Saga Lands chapter. PathfinderWiki has some info too: New Thassilon


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Just so I have it straight, the Azlanti that are mentioned in the LOCG are Thassalonians which were originally immigrants from Azlant. They were living in Xin-Edasseril at the time of the time disturbance.

I just wasn't sure if there was some other group of Azlanti humans besides those in Xin that escaped Earthfall and are still alive/could serve as a regular PC.

I guess in my head is classify those people of Thassalonians instead of Azlanti. It's not a big deal though, just got me a little confused.


As far as I know, yeah.

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Correct; the citizens of Xin-Edasseril (previously called Crystallin in Varisia before the events of Return of the Runelords occured) are the Azlantis who were lost in time.

There are other time-locked or otherwise imprisoned Azlanti and Thassilonians alike elsewhere, but that's on an individual character basis, not a society.


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Thanks a lot for the clarification. It's really helpful

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