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So the fact that we didn't actually witness The Hound take his last breath indicates that there's plenty of wiggle room to have him return.

Even GRRM's book series leaves The Hound's fate up for interpretation, hinting that perhaps he made his way to the Quiet Isle monastery to live out the rest of his life in peace and solitude. But that doesn't sound like The Hound we've come to know. Odds are something or rather Nightmares - Messer Für Frau Müller - Allo, Superman! will drawn him back to King's Landing so that he can bring swift justice to his brother for his many various sins.

Though, judging by the recent makeover Ser Gregor recently received courtesy of Qyburn's experimentation after his battle against Prince Oberyn Martell, I'd say The Hound is going to have his work cutout for him. That Franken-Mountain or is it Mountain-stein? He may have taken an oath of silence and vowed his allegiance to Cersei, but that doesn't mean that if his dear brother crossed his path that he wouldn't try and finish what he started all those years ago.

Plus, it's not as if The Hound is exactly one of Cersei's favorite person at the moment, given that he quit his duties as Joffrey's protector and fled King's Landing.

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She could decide to sick Gregor 2. So don't give up on that dream yet, people. This battle of brothers could still totally happen. The virtue associated with the Susianam is adaptability. A Susian generally goes only by a first name, though the clergy sometimes bestow epithets upon other members of their faith, which become part of their names. Tzorehiyi : Believed to share ancestral roots with the Althameri and Kara peoples, the Tzorehiyi still prefer to live in the steppes and grasslands of Casmaron.

Their tribes control security for most of the trade routes and provide most of the agricultural labor that supports Kelesh's major cities. The virtue associated with the Tzorehiyi is honor.

Since people seemed to like it last time, here are a few more Kelish words—these are terms of endearment and forms of address. Hope you enjoyed this preview! Stay tuned next week for a glimpse of the patronage subsystem! The "Adventuring In Qadira" section: These 24 pages of mysteries, perils, ancient secrets, and general weirdness give glimpses of locations like the razor-edged obsidian labyrinth of the Lady of the Burnt Lands; Ihalar, a massive underground city; Ushumgal, a banking center probably run by bronze dragons; the deadly ruins of Qumarin, from which explorers emerge blinded, their faces branded with wheels of wings, eyes, and fire; and the Tower of Winds, set among a sea of colorful grasses haunted by strange beings who ask visitors a single question to which there is no correct answer.

There's also a lot more detail about sites we've mentioned before, like the harpy-haunted ruins of Al-Bashir, the military training grounds of Omash, and the twisted gnoll settlement of Shadun. My favorite piece of art ever: Look at this gloriousness.

It's the adventurer equivalent of having your cat sleeping on your keyboard when you need to get work done. The poor lady just wants to figure out where these tracks go, and her lion animal companion is demanding that she play with him NOW.

John Compton's patronage system: In Qadira, getting ahead is all about who you know and what they can do for you. John has put together a brilliant system for navigating the currents of Qadiran society, gaining access to the elite, and benefitting from your connections.

Keleshite ethnicities: Did Never Thought That Rebels Die - A.M. Cougar - Devils And Hounds On My Track think "Keleshite" described a single culture or people? If you did, that's understandable—that's what most people from Avistan think, too.

But the Padishah Empire of Kelesh is home to many different peoples and cultures, making "Keleshite" more of an umbrella term, like "Avistani" or "Tian," than a specific ethnicity like "Ulfen" or "Shoanti. There are also details about how non-humans and different classes fit into Qadiran society, from tieflings pretending to be emberkin aasimars to Paraheen dwarf weaponsmiths, and Taldan brawlers to the pyrokineticists of the Imperial Forces.

I empathize so much, buddy. If you like playing mounted characters, especially if you like playing mounted characters who ride horses, you're going to want this book. From new tricks for your horse animal companion, to genie-touched horses with elemental powers, to information on the horse-breeding tribes of Al-Zabrit and their unique cavalier order, this book is packed with goodies for riders.

The clothes: There are so many well-dressed people in these pages. Look at this magnificently attired guy. Even his horse is dapper as hell. Sunsinger skalds: I know, you hear "skald" and you think "Viking bard," right?

Well, everything's different in the desert, and skalds there channel the powers of fire and sunlight in service of the goddess Sarenrae. Oh, and there's also a solar sorcerer bloodline. Kelish: While working out names for places and people in Qadira, I put together a phonology document to ensure consistency and to help me figure out ways to suggest layers of history with names that didn't follow those conventions.

That document turned into a lexicon, and eventually into a reference grammar for the Kelish language. I could geek out about it for 10, more words or so, but instead, I'll just note that it drops the copula in the present tense, has a triconsonantal root system like Arabic, Hebrew, etc. Kelish started out as a trade language: early Keleshite merchants realized that their tongue, now known as Old Keleshite, was proving an impediment to spreading their influence, due to sounds non-native speakers found difficult and grammatical features they found baffling.

So they created a simplified and more regular form of the language, with phonology more similar to that of common tongues outside of Casmaron and with more regular grammar. Old Keleshite is still used in religious ceremonies and among some of the more isolated desert tribes, but these days, almost everyone in Kelesh speaks Kelish as their native tongue.

Like many Semitic languages, Kelish is written using an abjad rather than an alphabet which is to say it's written using only consonants. Many consonants have both a "soft" and a "hard" version e.

The transliterations below are simplified and may not reflect the way the word would be spelled in Kelish script.

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I haven't had my coffee yet. No horse will carry you. May you fall in love with a genie. I hope you've enjoyed this peek at Qadira: Jewel of the East. Stay tuned for more previews, including a glimpse of the patronage system! This week, I thought I'd give you a taste of some of the bizarre adventure locations you'll find inside. My philosophy with gazetteers has always been to squeeze as many ideas into an article or in this case, book as possible: give GMs just enough fun details to get their minds spinning, then go off in an entirely different direction Kristeen Young - The Knife Shift leave them or future adventures to fill in the rest.

These short shotgun blasts of ideas are also one of my favorite thing to write, and thus I try to carve them out as much space in my books as possible!

As a result, this book has a heaping helping of encounter locations, ranging in size from a mere paragraph for random adventure sites to an entire page for the Eldest's seats of power or cities in need of maps. Presented below is just one of these locations, plus its awesome illustration! Cobyslarni : The gleaming domes and steeples of this magical academy would be impressive anywhere, yet instead of standing atop a mountaintop or in some bustling city, the Traveling Academy of Cobyslarni roams the plains of the First World, riding like a howdah atop an enormous, three-eyed elephantine beast.

The university's charter holds that its founder, Cobyslarni, decided the best way to foster independent thought was to be constantly moving, never able to be claimed by any given Eldest or city government.

In the academy's halls, some of the greatest arcane and occult scholars of the First World gather to teach promising students, peruse the school's extradimensional libraries, or debate the finer points of occult theory upon floating disks in the school's open-air auditoriums. As for Cobyslarni himself, any student or traveler may ask him questions, yet he rarely deigns to answer these days, busy as he is contemplating the mysteries of the multiverse and carrying the school upon his vast back.

With the release of Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The First World, Realm of the Fey rapidly approaching, some kind folks on the forums have been asking for a taste of what you'll find inside. And what better place to Dice At The Drive Thru - Andrew Dice Clay* - 40 Too Long than with the godlike Eldest of mysteries and secrets?

It's no secret that this book is special for me. Not only have I been working on it sporadically for so long that the original paper pagination I wrote out has started to look like an antique treasure map, but the First World has always captured my love of the weirdness of Pathfinder.

A place where anything can happen, there's infinite variety around every corner, and beings great and powerful can toss you into an adventure in an instant! For me, the more bizarre oddities you can pack into a setting book, the better. Ever since Wes did the first Book of the Damnedit's been one of my favorite campaign setting books, and I shamelessly ripped Arrivederci Roma - Orquestra Som Bateau - Ataca Para Todas As Festas that format for The First World.

Each of the Eldest in the book gets their own spread—the left page a write-up about the god like this one for Ngand the right detailing that Eldest's seat of power—in Ng's case, the fabled Palace of Seasons. As with Inner Sea Faithsall of the Eldest come with boons and obediences that work with both the prestige classes in that book and the new feysworn prestige class presented in this one.

But of course, the true best part of this book for me is finally getting to see the Eldest illustrated! Ever since their first introduction in Pathfinder Adventure Path 36I've wanted to see them brought to life, and this version of Ng is everything I had imagined and more, perfectly capturing the aura of mystery and menace that should accompany any of the fickle fey lords! Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for future blogs, Love Will Find A Way - Various - Listen Listen ! I hope to do at least one more preview before The First World launches!

About two years ago, the organized play program set a course for storylines independent of the ongoing Adventure Paths, and the elemental planes were always that under-appreciated portion of the campaign setting's cosmology where the Pathfinder Society could make its mark. We're making that happen in the new Year of the Stolen Storm! The trouble is that by divesting our metaplot from the Adventure Paths, we'd entered fairly undocumented territory. The Great Beyond provides valuable information upon which Blood of the Elements built, but we had still written fewer words about these nigh-infinite planes than we had about most countries in the Inner Sea region!

This time, rather than react to and incorporate other product lines, the Pathfinder Society team pitched Planes of Powersecured it a spot on the schedule, and outlined it so that players, GMs, and authors alike could learn more about the elemental planes we're featuring over the next year. Planes of Power also provided us with an opportunity to make the elemental planes stand out as the truly bizarre, wondrous, and primal places that they are.

We aimed much higher than simply describing the Plane of Fire as a place that's hot or the Plane of Air as a floating realm. Rather, the nuances of each plane are lovingly detailed in page chapters, which describe the realms' unique Please Mr. Postman (Take 9 - Monitor Mix) - The Beatles - Sessionography Two: 1963-1964, inhabitants, places of interest, political intrigues, and more.

Each chapter also includes a section of ground-level details about a planar metropolis. Rounding out the book are chapters full of planar beasts and character options, including tools to help PCs explore the elemental planes and wield elemental energies no matter the setting. We're excited to say that Planes of Power also provides a look at the elemental lords, including the unholy symbols for the evil lords shown above. Aside from this breadth of information, the book flat out looks gorgeous.

From its dynamic cover to its thematic page elements to its beautiful illustrations, we Bite Her Shoulder - Utter Bastard - Slaves To The Grind that Planes of Power 's visuals inspire readers with infinite ideas for planar characters and adventures. The most rules dense section of Path of the Hellknight comes at the very end.

While there's certainly plenty of content in here for GMs planning to pit their PCs against Hellknight foes, in truth, this section is designed to give players a ton of new options for their Hellknight characters. A host of new traits, feats, spells, and equipment provide a spectrum of new ways to make your character feel more like a driven and entrenched Hellknight, while details on existing cavalier orders and inquisitor inquisitions recast existing options to further the Hellknights' agendas.

You'll also find new options for those taking the Hellknight prestige class, the Order of the Ennead Star cavalier order, and more. There is a ton of super cool content in this chapter worth showing off In this final preview of Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Path of the HellknightI figured I'd touch on the Hellknight arsenal—rules-wise the book's meatiest chapter—and wrap things up with glimpses of the remaining three major Hellknight orders.

So let's dive right in! Members atheists, former cultists, members of mainstream religions, victims of dangerous radicals.

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Whether unhealthy beliefs take root in the minds of religious fanatics, practitioners of strange mystical arts, or students of radical philosophies, the Order of the Pyre strives to stamp out all outlandish convictions.

This philosophy has given these Hellknights a well-earned reputation as cultist hunters who are intolerant of religion.

Yet the Order of the Pyre also seeks to thwart philosophical revolutions and the insidious spread of dangerous ways of thinking. The order uses the faiths and mores of Chelish society as the standard of acceptable beliefs. The Inner Sea region's most common deities are acceptable to them, as are orderly philosophies such as diabolism and the Prophecies of Kalistrade.

However, the order views whatever doesn't mesh with Chelish thinking or doesn't have an existing role within society as dangerous. Followers of the Pyre can expect to learn more about the group's witch-hunting methods, their costal citadel and black armored fleet of ships, and a variety of feats and magic items perfect for hunting down practitioners of dark faiths an traditions.

Members denigrators of art and poetry, patriots, technology-haters, traditionalists. Reckoning Endure internal burns. The Order of the Rack numbers among the Hellknight orders that the public most loathes. The order has a reputation for raiding the homes of those who speak out against the status quo, and for breaking up groups of malcontents before they become guilds, unions, or revolutionaries.

They are the enemies of foreign ideals and innovations, not because they lack merit, but because they detract from what these Hellknights perceive to be the traditional values of southern Avistan.

Art and technology are viewed as wasteful or dangerous, especially when they meet in union. None can say how many valuable printing presses Hellknights of the Rack have destroyed, or how many thousands of pages of unique stories, songs, and philosophies they have burned in the shadow of Citadel Rivad.

All of this is summarized in the Order of the Rack's symbol, the torturer's wheel, which the order sees as the embodiment of wayward thinking and the suffering manifested by those permitted to indulge their ideas. Those seeking to join the Order of the Rack can expect to learn more about this groups strict hierarchy, their hazing traditions, technologies and texts targeted for destruction, the Hellknight's first citadel, dozens of character options, a new poison, and a variety of crippling feats.

Never Thought That Rebels Die - A.M. Cougar - Devils And Hounds On My Track within the order also see the rise of a new commander, Lictor Darcyne Wrens, and the full story associated with that power shift. Members constables, informants, the poor, victims of organized crime. Reckoning Lash yourself with a scourge or whip. The oldest organization of Hellknights, the Order of the Scourge seeks to root out corruption in any form. Its members hunt for political manipulation and abuses of power, but their efforts also include an endless war against organized crime.

At the fringes of its influence, the Order of the Scourge might hunt gangs of burglars or cutpurses, but in the heart of Cheliax these Hellknights crusade against faceless guilds of thieves, sprawling criminal organizations, and nobles for whom crime has become a family business. This regularly pits the Order of the Scourge against some of the most dangerous powers in Cheliax, including members of the nation's government.

Members of the Order of the Scourge can also expect much more on their particularly urban group's methods, Citadel Demain—the de facto headquarters of all Hellknight orders—tenets, characters options, the new faceless enforcer vigilante archetype, and more! Look for it on your local game store's shelves soon or snag it right now here on paizo.

I'm already looking forward to hearing about all the new Hellknight characters the book spawns, not to mention how all these merciless tools finally let you stamp out the forces of chaos in your campaign. Among these are the vicious Order of the Coil, revenge-obsessed Sargavan interlopers, the Order of the Pike, a band of renowned monster hunters, and the Order of the Glyph, who you might already know from the Hell's Rebels Adventure Path.

Some of these fringe groups number among the most heroic and villainous of the Hellknight orders, but heretofore little has been said about them. The Lesser Orders section of Path of the Hellknight changes that. While these orders hold a great deal of interest and potential, especially with some of their niche focuses, they have less of a footprint in the Inner Sea Region, and, appropriately, in this book. But I didn't want to leave readers gravitating toward these orders adrift.

As a result, each of these orders references which major Hellknight order it's most similar to. This guidepost points readers toward an analogous major order with options to crib from. It's a quick fix, but it opens the door to a variety of options for Hellknights of these minor orders. Beyond this, you'll find plenty of new details, histories, and options for these orders. To show off a bit of that, here's a few snippets from one, the Order of the Wall. Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Path of the Hellknight hits this month!

Ready to learn more about the legions you'll be joining or commanding once you've picked up the definitive guide to this deadly order? This time around let's focus on the Hellknights' lesser-known orders, small but driven organizations ready to accept new members or that might come to oppose your wild adventuring. Among these are the vicious Order of the Coil, revenge-obsessed Sargavan interlopers, the Order of the Pike, a band of renowned monster hunters, and the Order of the Glyph, who you might already know from the Hell's Vengeance Adventure Path.

Today, the order has grown from 50 members to nearer a hundred, most of whom are lawful neutral. Technically subordinate to the Order of the Chain, the Order of the Wall has no lictor, as master of blades is its highest title. In practice, though, the order functions with near autonomy. The order's mandate to defend Chelish fronts south of the Arch of Aroden has broadened over the years.

Now, members stand watch at several borders—not just Chelish ones—defending civilization's frontiers. Despite the order's Chelish origins, Garundi—and specifically Rahadoumi—soldiers comprise most of the order's Hellknights. While their defense of the Gnashing Wall remains an almost religious duty, many travel across northern Garund, serving as guardians of all sorts. So that's a bit of what you can expect in the chapter on lesser Hellknight orders. But to get back to the major orders, here are glimpses of what you can expect from the fanatical Order of the Godclaw and the frontier scouring Order of the Nail.

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Rather than targeting the faiths of prominent religions, the order sets its eyes on supporting lawful crusades such as the wars fought by Molthune and Mendev and being at the vanguard of battles against the forces of chaos. No land is beyond the lawfulness provided by Hellknights—a fact the Order of the Godclaw endlessly seeks to prove.

Members of the Order of the Godclaw can also expect to learn much more about the formation of their unique order, their pentamic faith, their holdouts and escape routes near Citadel Dinyar, and a new Godclaw oracle mystery—for your most devout, polytheistic signifers.

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To certain dogmatic, rigid-minded individuals, civilization seems under siege. Beyond the bulwarks of cities and national borders lies an endless expanse of wilderness populated by those who, all too often, shun the rules of settled, lawful societies and follow their own callings. To the Order of the Nail, these beings enviously prey upon the children of the law, seeking to draw civilization into a regressive mire.

The Order of the Nail stands staunchly against what it views as barbarity. Those who throw in with the Order of the Nail can also expect to learn more about the order's harsh ideals, their tri-part citadel, a number of famous Hellknights, the circuit judge cavalier archetype, and an array of deadly magical brands. There's also a pretty neat little glimpse of the Order of the Nail's Mistress of Blades, Maidrayne Vox, slipped into the illustration of Citadel Vraid.

That's it for today's peek into Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Path of the Hellknightbut our final preview is coming soon. Keep your eyes peeled! I've got a lot of favorite parts of the Pathfinder campaign setting—if you've been following along for the last few years, there's a good chance you already know a few of them.

But in all that time there hasn't been a good opportunity to fully detail my favorite of Golarion's countless organizations. This month, at long last, you'll learn more than has ever been revealed about the Pathfinder world's most infamous champions of law: the Hellknights. Since their first appearance in the Rise of the Runelords Player's GuideHellknights have been a part of the Pathfinder campaign setting.

In those crazy frontier days of Golarion's creation, we didn't have all the setting's details fully defined. As a result, part of the goal of the player's guide for our first Adventure Path was to fake it. To that end, I wrote in a whole weave of loose ends, threads suggestive of places yet to be visited, threats without faces, and groups bound to be enemies or allies. One of these organizations—described among the ranks of paladins, if you can believe it!

There wasn't much more than a name for the group, but the grim title immediately stuck, so much so that we got our first glimpse of these dark armored crusaders as early as Pathfinder Adventure Path 2: The Skinsaw Murders. Over time there'd be drips and drabs revealing more on the Hellknights, particularly in our campaign setting hardcovers and in two meaty articles I wrote for Pathfinder Adventure Path 27 and Liane Merciel's newest novel, Pathfinder Tales: Hellknightalso has more than a little to do with these grim mercenaries.

But beyond those books, there hasn't been a ton more on the relentless order. It's been too long. While my name's on the book's cover as author, this title owes most of its coolest bits to star developers Amanda Hamon-Kunz and John Compton, who not just contributed a host of ingenious new player options, but made me sound like I know what's what.

Creative Design Director Sarah Robinson also somehow managed to outdo herself once again, not just by wrangling incredible art, but by creating a gorgeous interior evocative of dark iron and bloody crimson. As for the content, today I'll show you a bit from the first chapter, a section that provides an overview of the Hellknights as a whole, the group's history, methods, philosophies, and the like.

Throughout this series I'll also be showing off snippets and symbols of all seven of the major Hellknight orders, starting with the Order of the Chain and Order of the Gate. Path of the Hellknight 's first chapter focuses on the Hellknights as an organization, their history, their unyielding philosophy—the Measure and the Chain—and more of the traditions and trails that bind their distinct orders.

There's also a fantastic piece of art depicting the Hellknights' founder, Daidian Rhul, along with details on his deeds and mysterious disappearance. The section also includes a discussion of what it means to play a Hellknight character. Being zealots, Hellknights are similar to paladins in some ways and bring with them some of the challenges one might expect with inflexible heroes.

To that end, the section includes big picture advice for players and GMs alike planning to bring Hellknight characters into their games—such as the following. Hellknight Philosophy at the Table: Hellknights seek to embody supreme order, refuse to compromise their ideals, and do everything they can to uphold their philosophies. People and circumstances that don't fit into their definition of order must be stamped out to meet their vision of progress. For some, this extends to whole religions, cultures, or philosophies.

When making a character, discuss with your group whether a Hellknight character is right for your party—Hellknights and law-breaking characters are unlikely to work well together. Also, discuss with the group and GM how appropriate themes of intolerance are in your game. Behaving in ways that make other players uncomfortable simply because your character is a Hellknight is neither respectful nor fun. Consider that lawful neutral Hellknights of any order tend to focus on the harsh judgment of societal vices, while lawful good characters usually work at the organization's fringes, hunting down criminals and bringing justice to civilization's frontiers.

Lawful evil members are the ones who tend to commit acts of Neil Sedaka With Dara Sedaka - Your Precious Love and intolerance. Remember that every Hellknight order has members focused on different tasks, meaning that it's your choice whether your member of the Order of the Nail is either a righteous traveling judge or a vicious murderer—make the character that's right for your entire group.

Beyond this introduction chapter, the book spends considerable space focusing on the various Hellknight orders. Each section features details on the order's organization, philosophy, citadel, prominent members, tenets, suggested rules for Hellknight characters, and new options for Hellknight heroes and villains. Every one of these chapters begins with an overview of fundamental information, including rules elements that tie in with the new Hellknight Obedience feat—an option similar to Inner Sea Gods ' Divine Obedience feat—which grants a host of new powers to an order's most fanatical members.

All one has to do is take the feat I'll show off the reckonings here, but the powers themselves can wait for now. After this first chapter, Path of the Hellknight turns its attention to each of the major Hellknight factions. For this first preview, here are a few glimpses of the Order of the Chain and the Order of the Gate.

The Order of the Chain counts among its ranks the greatest Hellknight bounty hunters and jailors. Believing that everyone has a vital role to play in society, the order seeks to remove those who irredeemably deny their place and who actively impede civilization's progress. Rather than slaying criminals and nonconformists outright, the Order of the Chain forces most of its captives into lengthy terms of service in work camps.

The most dangerous malefactors are sequestered in the order's fortress-prison, Citadel Gheradesca. Few criminals surrender easily, and so members of the Order of the Chain train in a variety of fields: tracking, criminal psychology, investigation, and interrogation, to name a few. Little strikes greater dread in a lawbreaker than knowing she's become a Hellknight of the Chain's quarry.

Along with details on the structure and fugitive hunting techniques of the group, players of Order of the Chain Hellknights can also expect a variety of new rules and uses for restraints, from fetters and iron masks to new uses for common manacles. Punishment is a response to the failure of law. To the members of the Order of the Gate, true order can be achieved only when criminal behavior is quelled before it is committed—preferably before It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time - Mike Batt - Lady Of The Dawn is even considered.

The Order of the Gate doesn't seek to convince every free-willed creature of a lawful society's virtues, because its members believe that forces stronger than rhetoric must be used to prevent the sickness of criminal impulse. Thus, the Order of the Gate employs magic to enforce its vision of law. Would-be Order of the Gate Hellknights can look forward to learning a measure of this spellcasting order's secrets, including invasive new scrying techniques, methods for shielding spellcasters, and the order's connections to planes beyond.

Keep on the lookout for more previews of Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Path of the Hellknightas I'll be covering the rest of the major Hellknight orders soon, along with plenty more glimpses of the dreads to come. Working on Gesu Bambino - Erin KnightThe New World Orchestra - A Classical Christmas Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Intrigue brought out our Like A Virgin - Caroline Loeb - Crime Parfait deviousness—this book has so many ways to inject a little craftiness into your Golarion games, especially for players and GMs who are using the recently released Ultimate Intrigue.

Inner Sea Intrigue riffs seamlessly off of Ultimate Intrigue in that much of its content showcases these new rules as they affect and exist in Golarion. One of many examples is the specific archives presented. Using the research rules found on pages — of Ultimate Intriguethe book presents four places of research that feature prominently in the setting.

Some of the most difficult-to-unearth discoveries, though, are adventure seeds in and of themselves. Take this gem, found in the depths of the Jeggare Museum, for example. However, no one has been able to get close enough to verify this story, as all trespassers are driven away by bombardments of boulders and rune-covered ballista bolts. The prestige classes included are the Lion Blade of Taldor updated from its 3. In celebration of the release of Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Move Your Ass (Matiz Remix) - Scooter - Музыкальная Энциклопедия UnleashedI wanted to take a moment as one of the biggest fans of Heaven on the Paizo development staff to reveal a never-before-seen, behind-the-scenes peek at how exactly we went about building the great mountain of Heaven!

As is often the case at Paizo, we didn't build it all at once. For many years, we had dropped hints and brief descriptions of different locations within it, or discussed it in broad terms.

While we had given the plane a very rough outline back in a book called The Great Beyond, that was one of the first setting books we ever did, and Klavierkonzert N°1 Concerto Pour Piano - Brahms*, Leon Fleisher, George Szell, The Cleveland Orchest we were still figuring a lot of things out back in those days and had no concept yet just how important Pathfinder's setting would become.

To give you a sense of how long ago that was: the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game didn't exist yet, folks currently running the adventure paths hadn't even started freelancing for Paizo, and Wes didn't yet have any stress-induced gray hair.

Since then, we'd revisited the plane various times—for instance, I got to explore the Great Library and Heathen Shore Heaven's international district in The Redemption Never Thought That Rebels Die - A.M. Cougar - Devils And Hounds On My Track —but we'd never sat down and really hashed out a full outline of the plane.

While Heaven Unleashed is mostly a big book of cool encounters tied to Heaven, it was important to us to finally give a comprehensive overview of the plane—what the various layers are, who runs what, etc. So several of us sat down and brain-melded to try and figure out how to weave existing canon and new stuff together to create a framework for Heaven. There was plenty of pressure, for as Wes pointed out, a well-designed Heaven ought to be just as cool as Hell, especially since they're in many ways mirror reflections of each other.

Plus, it had always felt like a shame to both of us that everyone reads Dante's Inferno, but not even hardcore planar fans can be bothered to finish Paradiso The result was this whiteboard sketch, with each of Heaven's seven's layers charted out. Here you can see our thoughts on the The Invisible - Love St. of each layer and which souls go where, as well as our metaphysical musings about how the souls residing on certain layers "face outward," others face inward, and still others face beyond, toward Heaven's role in the multiverse.

We go down all sorts of theosophical rabbit holes around here. And of course, there are the names of the layers, the identities and titles of the rulers of each layer, which gods live where You'll also notice a bunch of green boxes on the board. Those were for those layers or rulers who hadn't been named or decided yet when I took this picture. We've figured things out since then, of course, and I'm happy to say that I think we achieved our goal of making Heaven just as interesting as its unholy sister plane.

But if you want to know the rest of the details By now, Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Faiths has shipped out to friendly local game stores and subscriber inboxes everywhere, giving you details on some of the lesser-known gods of the Inner Sea—and a couple of them really bug me!

By now, Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Faiths has shipped out to friendly local game stores and subscriber mailboxes everywhere, giving you details on some of the lesser-known gods of the Inner Sea—and a couple of them really bug me! Bug me in the best possible way, of course. Achaekek and his Red Mantis assassins first showed up in as part of the Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path which we'll be happily returning to this falland I've had a fondness for them ever since their debut.

I'd tell you where Ghlaunder and some of these other gods might show up in an adventure, but that might be a bit too spoilery although it's not much of a spoiler to say that some of these cults would prefer to stay hidden. Faith and religion are ubiquitous in Golarion, and some of the world's most fascinating divinities have also historically been its most mysterious.

With the recent release of Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Faithsthough, we're drawing back the curtains shrouding 15 of the Inner Sea region's lesser-known deities. From Milani, the valiant Everbloom, to Brigh, the enigmatic Whisper in the Bronze, to Zyphus, the Grim Harvestman, this divine goody bag is filled with lore and tools for faithful characters.

Now, let's reveal some of its secrets! For those who want to play a devout character with the Deific Obedience feat, this book offers obediences and boons for all 15 featured deities. There are boons available to characters with levels in the evangelist, exalted, and sentinel prestige classes Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Gods ; characters without levels in those prestige classes can access the exalted boons.

Like other obediences we've published, the obediences in Inner Sea Faiths are tightly tied to their deities' portfolios, concerns, and roles in the campaign setting. For instance, take Kurgess's obedience, as written by freelancer Patrick Renie:. Find the nearest boulder, log, or other unattended object that you can reliably lift over your head, and hold it up high for the duration of the Me Tienes Que Querer - Jorge Sepúlveda - Nostalgico Vol.2. If you are interrupted at any time by any creature or person, you must challenge your interrupter to a Never Thought That Rebels Die - A.M.

Cougar - Devils And Hounds On My Track of strength, speed, or stamina, with the boulder or other object of your obedience as the main focus of the competition. For those V - Arturo Delmoni & Friends* - Rejoice!

A String Quartet Christmas Volume Three interested in how these faiths fit into Golarion's society at large, the book provides in-depth information about each divinity's priests—how they tend to approach their roles, what their lifestyles look like, and how they might interact with passing adventurers.

Each divinity's section also includes artwork of a priest of that faith. And, last but not least, I'd be remiss if I didn't share this totally metal opening piece of artwork for Zyphus's section. I'll leave you with a final hint: that section's remaining art? Just as metal, right down to the malevolent wraith standing beside the god himself.

Our March releases are ready to go on an adventure to your game table, and we'll be doing some damage to our sanity this fall—check out our round up of all our new and announced products! It's been a pretty crazy month around here at Paizo—from the release of the Hell's Vengeance Adventure Path last month not to mention the free Player's Guideto the wildly successful Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Humble Bundle, not to mention polishing up our fall releases, preparing for convention season, starting our Twitch channelwe've all been running around getting our dire ducks in a row for the upcoming year!

One of my favorite things is announcing new products, and we added the Strange Aeons Adventure Path to our August lineup, a truly maddening set of adventures! Lovecraftian creatures are not new to the world of Golarion—they've been there since the beginning, thanks to Creative Director James Jacobs' love of the genre, but we haven't quite done an entire adventure path around them.

Wesley Schneider, wherein you start off at a wee bit of a disadvantage—in an insane asylum. But that's not all that lies ahead! Check out other new stuff heading your way! That's all we've got in our sleeves for now, but stay tuned for next month's releases, including part three of Hell's Vengeance"The Inferno Gate" and Heaven Unleashed! It had been a few years since we returned the classic "Revisited" line of Pathfinder Campaign Setting sourcebooks, so we were really excited to delve into the depths beneath the Inner Sea in Darklands Revisited.

All we had to do was narrow down what ten monsters we were going to feature in the book—a scary proposition indeed! In the end, we left out some favorites, in part because they're all our favorites, but also because we love them so much that they might get books of their own someday.

What we landed on was a nice mix of classic subterranean foes like drow and duergar; pillars of the science fiction and fantasy genres like morlocks and gugs; icons from the game's history like intellect devourers, neothelids, and vegepygmies; and two monsters introduced to the game in Pathfinder—daemon-worshiping urdefhans and their good-aligned nemeses, the psychic munavri.

It's rare that a single author tackles an entire page Pathfinder Campaign Setting book, but we were lucky to get the veteran Canadian, Thurston Hillman, to put down his poutine and curling broom long enough to breathe life and adventurous inspiration into all ten creatures detailed in Darklands Revisited. The result is one of the most exciting Pathfinder Campaign Setting books I've had the pleasure of working on. I think Game Masters and players alike are going to love this book.

Check out some La Corrida Naura Pas Lieu - Michel Sardou - Michel Sardou the awesome art that brings the Darklands and their deep-dwelling denizens to life! Happy New Year, everyone! As we return from our holiday vacations, John, Tonya and, I have been diving into some projects that have been sitting on the Pathfinder Society back burner for some time.

We are happy to announce the release of the first of these projects—the Pathfinder Society Campaign Clarifications Document. As we return from our holiday vacations, John, Tonya, and I have been diving into some projects that have been sitting on the Pathfinder Society back burner for some time. As anyone who has ever seen the official list Suite From The Natural - Keith Lockhart, The Boston Pops Orchestra - The Red Sox Album Additional Resources knows, Pathfinder Society characters have many options.

As anyone who is a regular on our forums knows, some of these options can be interpreted in different ways. When these rules ambiguities crop up in a home campaign, where a player is likely to have only one GM, the GM and the player can work together to find a satisfying solution.

We created this document to help reach one of goals of organized play—to provide an equitable gaming experience to players all over the world. The Clarifications Document is a centralized place for us to offer official rulings for ambiguous rules. Many of these interpretations are the suggestions of the developers who worked on the rules in the first place, which have until now been unofficial posts on the messageboards. Others come out of Additional Resources, which we will be trimming down a bit in the next update.

These elements will appear in our next update of Additional Resources. While GMs are free to use clarifications from this document in their home campaigns if they wish, these are not official errata. The Clarifications Document principally addresses rules material that appears in softcover sources such as the Pathfinder Campaign Setting and Pathfinder Player Companion lines, rather than the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game hardcover books. As part of our Additional Resources process, we plan to revisit this document each month and make changes if necessary.

What rules ambiguities have you seen in your Pathfinder Society games that you would like to see resolved? Download the Campaign Clarifications Document — 8. Another year is in the bag, and with it, thousands of pages of Evolute (Performix) - Various - Strictly Trance 4 Roleplaying Game content, ranging from new a whole new range of psychic classes in Occult Adventures to facing off against the demons of the Abyss in Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Wrath of the Righteous!

Here's a few highlights from As you might surmise from the title, you face a whole lotta giants in this AP, from hill to storm and pretty much all kinds in-between.

The Order of the Amber Die ran the entire Giantslayer Adventure Path in six sessions, one per volume, and we shared their exploits on the blog previously. This year also saw the start of the 17th Adventure Path with Hell's Rebelswhich included the milestone th volume, "A Song of Silver"! Jefe, what is a plethora? Four hardcover Pathfinder Roleplaying Game books, that's what. The Strategy GuidePathfinder UnchainedOccult Adventuresand Bestiary 5 all made its way out to fans everywhere this year, bringing a host of advice, new rules options, psychic characters, and critters a-plenty for everybody's game.

The wyrmwraith proved pretty popular, winning our Bestiary 5 Battle Royale contest! Esoteric horrors and secrets await in those tomes, but there's also Inner Sea Racesa hardcover compilation expanding upon the many members and possible player characters of the Inner Sea! You may not be aware of this If you're looking for something level- or region-specific, don't miss out on the Pathfinder Adventure Finderwhich includes hundreds of adventures from Paizo and third-party Pathfinder publishers!

Players picking up a copy of Occult Adventures might also want to grab Occult Originswhich provides new spells, feats, and rituals that tie into some of Golarion's history. From lowly mortals dabbling in affairs beyond their ken to challenging demon lords in their home realms, Wrath of the Righteous is not for the faint-hearted heroes!

May your next crit confirm—and if you're looking for more hidden gems, check out Know Direction where hosts Alex Augunas and Ryan Costello interview our Project Manager Jessica Price for things you might have missed this year! Hungry for all the diabolical details about Cheliax, the nation at the heart of the Hell's Rebels and Hell's Vengeance Adventure Paths?

Never before have we revealed so many secrets about this Hell-bound nation, from its politics and history to its diverse cities to everyday life under the iron thumb of House Thrune. Among many other things, this gorgeous page book also lays out the stark reality of crime and punishment in Chelish society, as illustrated below. If traveling through the infernal A.T.

Field - Roex - Collected Works is more your style—those tines are rather confining, after all—the book also offers an array of magnificent location art and maps, as well as accompanying details. Take this illustration of Khari and the Arch of Aroden, for example. Of course, all of these Chelish places would be little more than window dressing if it weren't for the complex folks who inhabit them.

The book discusses dozens of individuals who play vital roles in shaping Cheliax and its myriad locations into living, breathing places ripe with intrigue and opportunities for adventure. Below are illustrations of two such individuals, as well as a sneak peek at one of the book's six new monsters! As "predicted" in our last product update blog, fall has arrived! In fact, as I'm typing this, I'm wearing my first oversized sweater of the season and looking at decidedly orange leaves against the grey and rain filled sky.

This is certainly setting the mood for an excellent Halloween night this Saturday, and what better to set the scene than going over some the tricks and treats we've released and have to look forward to in the coming months? How's your group dealing with the tenacity of resident tyrant, Barzillai Thrune? I hope they're ready, because they've got a lot of work to do to get ready for Pathfinder Adventure Path A Song of Silver.

The next volume of the Hell's Rebels is a mega-sized volume, filled The Best That I Can Do - The Golden Ring - A Tribute To Johnny Cash articles that all fans of the Pathfinder Adventure Path line will want to have in their collection.

We'll have more previews available as we get closer to AP 's release in December. Ever wondered what lies beyond the border Golarion's Inner Sea region? Distant Shores takes you there! Or may you're a character that prefers to lay low or the company of the unseen world? Fans of the Adventure Card Game will be excited to know we've also announced plans for the Season of the Runelordswhich begins in early Do you need monsters and frights?

This month we rummaged up some ideas for you to add in some creepy elements to your games in a series on the Paizo blog Part 1Part 2and Part 3. We also launched a brand new feature in the Pathfinder Reference Document to sort Bestiary entries so you can find just the perfect set of teeth to drop into your campaignand rounded all the free resources you can find on paizo. Now, what is that book coming out in November? You know, the big one? The big awesome one that's filled with stat blocks?

We've kicked off a community-based series of previews and a contest where you could win yourself a copy! This fifth volume of monsters for the Pathfinder RPG delivers a series of dark and weird creatures, whimsical allies, and so much more. Keep an eye on the Paizo blog and the Bestiary 5 Battle Royale for more news! While we don't have an Adventure Path volume releasing in November, we do see the return of Pathfinder Modules with the latest stand-alone adventure Feast of Dust.

Get to the bottom of the deadly curse that's been driving the city of Dimayen mad and stop the Jackal Prince before the entire world falls victim to his whims! In our last roundup blog we covered the announcement of our next Pathfinder Adventure Path, Hell's Vengeancethe next Pathfinder Comics series Hollow Mountainand more. Let's take a look a bit further into the future into the next season of Pathfinder releases:.

As always, the release dates are subject to change, but you can see the most up-to-date information on the Product Schedule pageor on each individual product page. It's that time again, ghouls and boils! Howl-oween is almost here—the fearly celebration of everything creepy and scary, and on a Saturday no less! If you're lurking for a good time, it's the perfect excuse to run a creepy game for all your fiends! But what's that?

You haven't made arrangements before now? What a ghastly mistake! Luckily, your friend Paizo grave-elopers have assembled a list of the top ten creepiest Pathfinder products you can pull out for a scary night of rolling bones. You can buy the physical product, or pick up the PDF on short notice and get your spooky books instantly, anywhere ghost to ghost!

Pathfinder Adventure Path: Empty Graves : You say you want a zombie apocalypse in Pathfinder, with plenty of strange monsters being stirred into a tizzy over the undead uprising, and it all runs on a timer? Empty Graves is a level urban sandbox that focuses on surviving the undead onslaught and eventually ending the necromancer stirring them up!

Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Tombs of Golarion : if a pre-built adventure isn't your style, Tombs of Golarion offers 6 seeds and maps for dungeon crawls among the restless dead, covering everything from a murky Horse Lord cairn to a clockwork tomb. Pathfinder Module: Feast of Ravenmoor : If you want less dead and more lively threats, Feast of Ravenmoor is a 3rd-level adventure that pits your innocent travellers against an all-too-human cult in a sleepy little hamlet.

Equal Whirl Din Din Din - Squonk Opera - Bigsmörgåsbørdwünderwerk Sleepy Hollow and Children of the Corn, Ravenmoor is a small town getaway your adventurers won't be recommending to their friends.

Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Undead Unleashed : If your campaign can't afford a long diversion for a full module, the Undead Unleashed brings 15 rotting antagonists to meddle in your adventurers' affairs for a single encounter or an extended stay, ranging from CR 3 to 23!

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