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27th Jun '16 5:26:25 AM Leliel
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* GalacticConquerer: The Dominion of the Black, a mysterious alliance of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s and the alien races that conspire with them. Their core motive is [[HiddenAgendaVillain unknown and potentially unknowable]], but given how they are known for using slaves as [[HumanResources raw materials]] for their [[LivingShip ships]], it's probably safe to say it's pretty nasty for all life not interested in being the villains in a CosmicHorrorStory.
26th Jun '16 10:16:12 PM hagagaga
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** ''Rasputin Must Die'', the fifth part of the "Reign of Winter" adventure path, adds stats for real WorldWarOne Russian guns, even mustard gas. It also includes the Trench Fighter archetype for the Gunslinger class.

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** ''Rasputin Must Die'', the fifth part of the "Reign of Winter" adventure path, adds stats for real WorldWarOne Russian guns, even mustard gas. It also includes the Trench Fighter archetype for the Gunslinger Fighter class.
19th Jun '16 3:16:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* MassResurrection: One monk variant has the ability to do this for all of their fallen allies [[HeroicSacrifice in exchange]] for completely wiping themselves out of existence (subverting DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist), making them not just DeaderThanDead, but an UnPerson to the point where even their name disappears from where it was written down.
1st Jun '16 9:21:57 PM supergod
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A ScienceFantasy version called ''Starfinder'' is scheduled for release in August 2017.

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A standalone ScienceFantasy version called ''Starfinder'' is scheduled ''Starfinder'', set thousands of years in the Pathfinder universe's future, was announced for release in an August 2017.
2017 release.
1st Jun '16 7:31:15 PM FreeJaffa
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A ScienceFantasy version called ''Starfinder'' is scheduled for release in August 2017.
31st May '16 10:37:16 AM IdentityUnknown
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** Of the states: Absalom is Jerusalem mixed with Rhodes/Cyprus. Almhult is Iceland. Amanandar is Hong Kong. Andoran is [[{{Eagleland}} the early United States]]. The Arcadians are Native Americans, and so are the Shoanti[[note]]though the Shoanti are also influenced by Creator/RobertEHoward's Picts[[/note]]. Bachuan is, of all places in a fantasy setting, a fusion of communist China and NorthKorea. Brevoy and Iobaria are medieval Russia. Cheliax can be seen as some weird form of Satan-worshipping UsefulNotes/NaziGermany / FascistItaly hybrid if you look at it the right (wrong) way. Druma is Switzerland. Dtang Ma is Thailand and Malaysia. The Erutaki are Inuit. The Forest of Spirits is ancient Japan, by way of ''Anime/PrincessMononoke''. Galt is revolutionary France. Goka is Macau fused with Singapore. Hongal and Shaguang are Mongolia. Hwanggot is Korea. Iblydos is ancient Greece. Irrisen is [[Myth/RussianMythologyAndTales the fairy tale version of Russia]] (complete with Literature/BabaYaga!). Jalmeray is a fantastic Indian version of Socotra island. Jistka was a less successful Rome mixed with Carthage. Kaladay is the medieval European conception of China. Katapesh is Arabia. Kelesh is Persia. The Lands of the Linnorm Kings are Scandinavia. Lung Wa and its many Successor States are China. Minata is Indonesia and the Philippines. Minkai is Japan and so is Shokuro, with the difference being that Minkai is a bit more fantastic and Shokuro a bit more feudal. Molthune is Prussia. The Mwangi Expanse is DarkestAfrica. Ninshabur was Babylon/Assyria. Osirion is Egypt. Qadira is also Arabia (with some Persian influences). Sarusan is [[LandDownUnder Australia]]. The Shackles are the Caribbean. Taldor is the Byzantine Empire. Ustalav is [[{{Uberwald}} fantasy Transylvania]]. Valenhall is Vinland. The Varisians are the UsefulNotes/{{Romani}} (Gypsies). The Varki are Sàmi (Lapland natives). Vudra is India. The Wall of Heaven is Nepal. Xa Hoi is Vietnam and Khmer Empire. Zi Ha is Tibet.

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** Of the states: Absalom is Jerusalem mixed with Rhodes/Cyprus. Almhult is Iceland. Amanandar is Hong Kong. Andoran is [[{{Eagleland}} the early United States]]. The Arcadians are Native Americans, and so are the Shoanti[[note]]though the Shoanti are also influenced by Creator/RobertEHoward's Picts[[/note]]. Bachuan is, of all places in a fantasy setting, a fusion of communist China and NorthKorea. Brevoy and Iobaria are medieval Russia. Cheliax can be seen as some weird form of Satan-worshipping UsefulNotes/NaziGermany / FascistItaly hybrid if you look at it the right (wrong) way. Druma is Switzerland. Dtang Ma is Thailand and Malaysia. The Erutaki are Inuit. The Forest of Spirits is ancient Japan, by way of ''Anime/PrincessMononoke''. Galt is revolutionary France. Goka is Macau fused with Singapore. Hongal and Shaguang are Mongolia. Hwanggot is Korea. Iblydos is ancient Greece. Irrisen is [[Myth/RussianMythologyAndTales the fairy tale version of Russia]] (complete with Literature/BabaYaga!). Jalmeray is a fantastic Indian version of Socotra island. Jistka was a less successful Rome mixed with Carthage. Kaladay is the medieval European conception of China. Katapesh is Arabia. Kelesh is Persia. The Lands of the Linnorm Kings are Scandinavia. Lung Wa and its many Successor States are China. Minata is Indonesia and the Philippines. Minkai is Japan and so is Shokuro, with the difference being that Minkai is a bit more fantastic and Shokuro a bit more feudal. Molthune is Prussia. The Mwangi Expanse is DarkestAfrica. Ninshabur was Babylon/Assyria. Osirion is Egypt. Qadira is also Arabia (with some Persian influences). Sarusan is [[LandDownUnder Australia]]. The Shackles are the Caribbean. Taldor is the Byzantine Later/Eastern Roman Empire. Ustalav is [[{{Uberwald}} fantasy Transylvania]]. Valenhall is Vinland. The Varisians are the UsefulNotes/{{Romani}} (Gypsies). The Varki are Sàmi (Lapland natives). Vudra is India. The Wall of Heaven is Nepal. Xa Hoi is Vietnam and Khmer Empire. Zi Ha is Tibet.
26th May '16 10:54:27 AM HighCrate
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* BladeOnAStick: The Ancient Runelords of Thassilon all had a favored pole arm. In addition the weapon rules still have a fair amount of pole arms on their own.

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* BladeOnAStick: The Ancient Runelords of Thassilon all had a favored pole arm. polearm. In addition the weapon rules still have a fair amount number of pole arms polearms on their own.
24th May '16 10:06:06 AM 32_Footsteps
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** A more generalized type would be magical items that are cursed or have drawbacks. Sure, some of them enforce some variety of change or behavior on the user, but if the user has no problem with it, the "curse" is a boon. One example are magical items that change the wearer's sex - a {{Transgender}} character may choose to seek one out for the "drawback" effect moreso than the main effect.
12th May '16 3:59:20 PM supergod
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* CthulhuMythos: The dev team said that they wouldn't use elements of the Mythos tied directly to Earth (such as the great race of Yith, the elder things, and Cthulhu himself), but elements of a more cosmic scope (such as the Outer Gods and the Dreamlands) are fair game. They lied. The very first Bestiary included stats for the [[BlobMonster shoggoths]], and it just kept going from there, with stats for numerous Mythos monsters (Yithians, Elder Things, Flying Polyps, Star-Spawn of Cthulhu, Nightgaunts, Denizens and Spiders of Leng, bholes, colors out of space, spawn of Yog-sothoth, shantaks, and more). Things came to a head in ''Bestiary 4'', which included a template for Great Old Ones and statistics for three of them; the iconic Cthulhu himself and Hastur (via his most famous incarnation, "The King in Yellow"), plus the much more obscure Bokrug.

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The dev team said that they wouldn't use elements of the Mythos tied directly to Earth (such as the great race of Yith, the elder things, and Cthulhu himself), but elements of a more cosmic scope (such as the Outer Gods and the Dreamlands) are fair game. They lied. The very first Bestiary included stats for the [[BlobMonster shoggoths]], and it just kept going from there, with stats for numerous Mythos monsters (Yithians, Elder Things, Flying Polyps, Star-Spawn of Cthulhu, Nightgaunts, Denizens and Spiders of Leng, bholes, colors out of space, spawn of Yog-sothoth, shantaks, and more). Things came to a head in ''Bestiary 4'', which included a template for Great Old Ones and statistics for three of them; the iconic Cthulhu himself (retaining his ties to Earth, R'lyeh specifically) and Hastur (via his most famous incarnation, "The King in Yellow"), plus the much more obscure Bokrug.
12th May '16 12:33:28 PM Morgenthaler
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* LoonyLaws: Mayor Barzillai Thrune's decrees at the start of ''Hell's Rebels'' include edicts to control rats and stray dogs, mandatory display of the queen's portrait, restrictions on the wear of embroidered clothing, a ban on drinking tea after sunset, and a ban on mint.
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