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Pathfinder: Summon Monster IX Unchained

Today we made it to the end of the this series. I hope you enjoyed it thus far. If this is the first in the Summon Monster Unchained series, please check out I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, and VIII.

This is the pinnacle, the highest level summon monster spell there is. What you summon here should be freaking awesome. This should demonstrate you prowess and power as a spellcaster. You should be summoning creatures that not only are perfect for the situation but also make you look cook at the same time. This spell is as powerful as miracle and wish. Only the most elite and dedicated spellcasters make it this far and this list of creatures should be suitably impressive.

So how many creatures can a good caster summon with the base list? Three. Yea, that’s why this is necessary. That is why we have been doing this.

Table 9: Summon Monster IX

9th Level Subtype
Astral Deva (angel) Good
Ghaele azata Chaotic, Good
Glabrezu (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Ice devil Evil, Lawful
Nalfeshnee (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Trumpet archon Good, Lawful
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Thanadaemon (daemon) Evil
Handmaiden devil (gylou) Evil, Lawful
Augnagar (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil
Giant white whale*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Shipwrecker crab*
Tarry demodand Chaotic, Evil
Sepid (div) Evil
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Morrigna (psychopomp)
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Rishi Manu (manasaputra) Good, Lawful
Bestiary 6
Temerdaemon (daemon) Evil
Oolioddroo (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Giganotosaurus (dinosaur)*
Titanoboa (megafauna)*
Oshageros (protean) Chaotic
Behimiron (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil

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Pathfinder: Summon Monster VIII Unchained

Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes (PFRPG)

Considering that Halloween was earlier this week, it really has been the perfect time to discuss monsters that you can bring out of nowhere to do your bidding. If this is the first in the Summon Monster Unchained series, please check out I, II, III, IV, V, VI, and VII.

An elder elemental. What about it? Well according to the list of monsters that is the only thing a good spellcaster can summon with the core Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Frankly, with all the thousands of other Pathfinder Compatible supplements released to date, I am highly surprised that this issue was not addressed years ago. This one list alone literally screams that it needs addressing a compatible publisher to come along and do something about it. You get a demon, a devil, and an elder elemental. No giant animals or dinosaurs to add a template. No other outsiders without a type or just an element. All you get is a more powerful chunk of rock, ocean wave, bonefire, or tornado. The previous spell has almost three times as many creatures on it. This one, is just sad.

Which is why we are here, to add more monsters to that list for you. Who wants a Valkyrie or an aerial servant? You want a celestial dinosaur, you gone one! A lion-headed agathion? There’s one on this list! This is a list worthy of a serious spellcaster, and one that you should use in your game.

Table 8: Summon Monster VIII

8th Level Subtype
Barbed devil Evil, Lawful
Elemental (elder) Elemental
Hezrou (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Akhana (aeon)
Leonal (agathion) Good
Monadic deva (angel) Good
Derghodaemon (daemon) Evil
Meladaemon (daemon) Evil
Omax (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Kolyarut (inevitable) Lawful
Chernobue (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil
Shining child Chaotic, Evil
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Aghasura (asura) Evil, Lawful
Baregara Evil, Chaotic
Doloxus (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Spinosaurus (dinosaur)*
Shira (div) Evil
Sapphire jellyfish*
Interlocutor (kyton) Evil, Lawful
Basilosaurus (megafauna)*
Valkyrie Chaotic
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Diplodocus (dinosaur)*
Dorvae Evil
Giant emperor scorpion*
Goliath spider*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Aerial servant Air
Exscinder (archon) Good, Lawful
Cameroceras*
Heresy devil (ayngavhaul) Evil, Lawful
Manu (manasaputra) Good, Lawful
Blue whale*
Bestiary 6
Erodaemon (daemon) Evil
Spiny eurypterid*
Gongorinan (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil
Razormouth (solifugid)*

When you run a high level game, you need lots of high level monsters, and most monster books do not have that many. The Book of Beasts: Legendary Foes consists only of monsters from CR 15 to 25. This is the monster book you need for your high level game. Download it today at the JBE Shop.

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Pathfinder: Summon Monster VII Unchained

Be sure to check out all the expanded summon monster lists: summon monster I, summon monster II, summon monster III, and summon monster IV, summon monster V, and summon monster VI.

Summon monster VII is where you start to get crazy powerful. Celestial dire crocodiles and giant squids, fiendish mastodons, tyrannosauri and brachiosauruses. Not to mention greater elementals, bone devils, vrocks, bebilith, and … that’s it. While these creatures and rarely seen because they are so high level, we are rapidly losing variety. This is why the list of creatures needs expanded. And here you are:

Table 7: Summon Monster VII

7th Level Subtype
Bebilith Chaotic, Evil
Bone devil Evil, Lawful
Brachiosaurus (dinosaur)*
Dire crocodile*
Dire shark*
Elemental (greater) Elemental
Giant squid*
Mastodon (elephant)*
Roc*
Tyrannosaurus (dinosaur)*
Vrock (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Avoral (agathion) Good
Movanic deva (angel) Good
Shield archon Good, lawful
Titan centipede*
Leukodaemon (daemon) Evil
Piscodaemon (daemon) Evil
Kalavakus (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Behemoth hippopotamus*
Zelekhut (inevitable) Lawful
Jyoti (without breath of life)
Imentesh (protean) Chaotic
Nyogoth (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil
Giant anaconda (snake)*
Giant snapping turtle*
Whale*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Upasunda (asura) Evil, Lawful
Ghawwas (div) Evil
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Einherji Chaotic
Sacristan (kyton) Lawful, Evil
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Raelis (azata) Chaotic, Good
Therizinosaurus (dinosaur)*
Moon dog Good
Pakalchi (sahkil) Evil
Giant mantis shrimp*
Vescavor queen Chaotic, Evil
Bestiary 6
Sangudaemon (daemon) Evil
Leng hound Chaotic, Evil
Elasmotherium (megafauna)*
Mokele-mbembe*
Shoki (psychopomp)
Gorgoros (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil
Zohanil (Sahkil) Evil
Siren’s Bed Anemone (sea anemone)*

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Pathfinder: Summon Monster VI Unchained

Thank you for joining us as we expand the summon monster tables. If this is your first time, check out the expanded lists for summon monster I, summon monster II, summon monster III, and summon monster IV, and summon monster V.

The megafauna, or regular animals that are incredibly huge and powerful, entered the expanded summon monster list during the last expansion.  Their addition is simple: animals make up a much smaller part of the list than they did at lower level. The list already includes “dire” and “giant” animals. Megafauna is just the next logical step for these. Now someone that wants to summon only animals has more options and can build a theme around the creatures they want to summon.

Ultimately, that is why we are doing this: so someone can build the character they want instead of the only what is available. That is why there are so many classes and archetypes. This way, you can play how you want instead of only with what the core book as to offer.

Table 6: Summon Monster VI

6th Level Subtype
Dire bear*
Dire tiger*
Elasmosaurus (dinosaur)*
Elemental (Huge) Elemental
Elephant*
Erinyes (devil) Evil, Lawful
Giant octopus*
Invisible stalker Air
Lillend azata Chaotic Good
Shadow demon Chaotic, Evil
Succubus (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Triceratops (dinosaur)*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Theletos (aeon)
Animated dream Evil
Axiomite Lawful
Goliath stag beetle*
Chaos beast Chaotic
Hydrodaemon (daemon) Evil
Denizen of Leng Chaotic, Evil
Allosaurus (dinosaur)*
Tylosaurus (dinosaur)*
Hellcat Evil, Lawful
Hound of Tindalos Evil
Giant jellyfish*
Arsinoitherium (megafauna)*
Mihstu Air, Evil
Naunet (protean) Chaotic
Shoggti (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil
Sceaduinar Evil
Soul eater Evil
Giant tarantula (spider)*
Tenebrous worm
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Legion archon Good, Lawful
Adhukait (asura) Evil, Lawful
Caulborn
Shark-eating crab*
Pairaka (div) Evil
Baluchitherium (megafauna)*
Megalania (megafauna)*
Deadfall scorpion*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Drowning devil (sarglagon) Evil, Lawful
Vanth (psychopomp)
Immense tortoise*
Emperor walrus*
Xenopterid*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Balisse (angel) Good
Megaprimatus (ape)*
Dire polar bear*
Warmongerdevil (levaloch) Evil, Lawful
Uintatherium (megafauna)*
Psychemental
Veela Elemental
Bestiary 6
Duspiridaemon (daemon) Evil
Quetzalcoatlus (dinosaur)*
Brontotherium (megafauna)*
Deinotherium (megafauna)*
Pelagastr (protean) Chaotic
Utukku (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil
Ichkoh (Sahkil) Evil
Hookfang worm (sea worm)*
Giant starfish*

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Pathfinder: Summon Monster V Unchained

We are now officially half way through the summon monster lists and this is where expanding the list of creatures to summon changes from a “want” to a problem that needs to be addressed. If you have not seen our previous expanded lists, check out summon monster I, summon monster II, summon monster III, and summon monster IV.

For summon monster at lower levels, the number of monsters on the list that requires a template dominate, making the number of creatures a good or evil spellcaster can summon to be close to equal. However, summon monster V is where the number of creatures with a predetermined subtype that do not get a template increases and the number of templated creatures drops. Compared to the original summon monster IV list, the number of template-requiring monsters on summon monster V drops by nearly 60% and the number of subtyped monsters increase by 75%. The problem is: there are a whole lot less creatures with the Good subtype rather than the Evil subtype, and this problem persists for all the rest of the summon monster lists. The reason why is very simple: The original Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Bestiary was loaded with monsters for a typical adventuring party to fight. Subsequent Bestiaries rounded out the world by describing their good counterparts, but those creatures were never added to the summon monster list. Evil outsiders still outnumber the good outsiders, but by expanding the list, a good character summoning monsters now has options that they did not have before.

Table 5: Summon Monster V

5th Level Subtype
Ankylosaurus (dinosaur)*
Babau (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Bearded devil Evil, Lawful
Bralani azata Chaotic, Good
Dolphin (orca)*
Dire lion*
Elemental (Large) Elemental
Giant moray eel*
Kyton Evil, Lawful
Salamander Evil, Fire
Woolly rhinoceros*
Xill Evil, Lawful
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Achaierai Evil, Lawful
Vulpinal (agathion) Good
Giant queen bee*
Belker Air, Evil
Ceustodaemon (daemon) Evil
Giant gar*
Hippopotamus*
Gylptodon (megafauna)*
Megatherium (megafauna)*
Mercane Lawful
Giant Mosquito*
Rast Fire
Emperor cobra (snake)*
Glacier toad*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Giant adult ant lion*
Cerberi Evil, Lawful
Incubus (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Iguanodon (dinosaur)*
Achelon (megafauna)*
Shadow mastiff Evil
Ogre spider*
Tojanida Water
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Host devil (magaav) Evil, Lawful
Styracosaurus (dinosaur)*
Hypnalis
Ostiarius (kyton) Evil, Lawful
Mudlord Earth, Water
Owb Evil
Catrina (psychopomp)
Killer seahorse*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Othaos (aeon)
Choral (angel) Good
Megapon ant*
Great assassin bug*
Polar bear*
Ceratosausus (dinosaur)*
Frog father*
Chalicotherium (megafauna)*
Kaprosuchus (megafauna)*
Wihsaak (sahkil) Evil
Giant scarab*
Bestiary 6
Giant hellgrammite (aquatic insect)*
Yamah (azata) Chaotic, Good
Venedaemon (daemon) Evil
Brimorak (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Yaenit (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Devil monkey*
Amargasaurus (dinosaur)*
Kentrosaurus (dinosaur)*
Dunkleosteus (fish)*
Azuretzi (protean) Chaotic

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Pathfinder: Summon Monster IV Unchained

These past two weeks, we shared with you our take on expanding the summon monster lists. Find the expanded lists for summon monster I, summon monster II, and summon monster III by clicking on these spells. Today we are sharing with you the list for summon monster IV. Make sure to share these with your friends. These are a great help to many spellcasters.

Summon monster IV is where we move into the more fun monsters. Between lions, dire apes and wolves, and giant ants, we are well beyond the animals most people encounter and are into the dangerous animals. Add on a celestial or fiendish template and these creatures are downright scary. Of all the lists that need expanding, this one needs it the least, at least in my own opinion. The reason being is that the players can get summon monster IV by 7th level and not many games survive many levels beyond this. This makes it all the more important that these monster be darn cool, which the base list achieves. Having said that, it can be cooler. With giant chameleons, vultures, and seahorses, dire weasels, and a great white shark you have your choice of awesome templated animals to tackle your enemies with.

Table 4: Summon Monster IV

4th Level Subtype
Ant, giant (drone)*
Bison (herd animal)*
Deinonychus (dinosaur)*
Dire ape*
Dire boar*
Dire wolf*
Elemental (Medium) Elemental
Giant scorpion*
Giant wasp*
Grizzly bear*
Hell hound Evil, Lawful
Hound archon Good, Lawful
Lion*
Mephit (any) Elemental
Pteranodon (dinosaur)*
Rhinoceros*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Slicer beetle*
Giant whiptail centipede*
Crysmal Earth
Accuser devil (zebub) Evil, Lawful
Parasaurolophus (dinosaur)*
Giant dragonfly*
Giant dragonfly nymph*
D’ziriak
Gloomwing
Howler Chaotic, Evil
Megaloceros (megafauna)*
Sandman Earth, Evil
Albino cave solifugid*
Giant black widow spider*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Vulnudaemon (daemon) Evil
Schir (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Dimetrodon (dinosaur)*
Pachycephalosaurus (dinosaur)*
Aghash (div) Evil
Giant chameleon (lizard)*
Magmin Chaotic, Fire
Giant rot grub (parasite)*
Shae
Giant skunk*
Giant vulture*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Comozant wyrd Air
Giraffe (herd animal)*
Giant locust*
Giant seahorse*
Great white shark*
Shulsaga
Walrus*
Dire weasel*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Reptial (agathion) Good
Ahkhat Earth
Knight ant*
Giant assassin bug*
Gancanagh (azata) Chaotic, Good
Blood caterpillar*
Abrikandilu (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Digmaul*
Goliath frog*
Lamhigyn Chaotic, Evil
Spear urchin*
Giant termite*
Narwhal (whale)*
Wolliped*
Bestiary 6
Giant belostomatid (aquatic insect)*
Lacridaemon (daemon) Evil
Vermlek (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Crimson jellyfish*
Ourdivar (protean) Chaotic
Esobok (psychopomp)
Viduus (psychopomp)
Hydraggon (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil

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Pathfinder: Summon Monster III Unchained

Today we share with you the third in our Summon Monster Unchained series. The first in the series can be found here, and the second in the series is here.

It is about this time I should point out several omissions from this list. For those wanting a more Asian-influenced game will not find the oni on the summoned monster lists, the first of them should appear on this list just as many archons, angels, azatas and other outsiders are making their first appearances. It is rather unfortunate that these and similar outsiders are not on this list. The reason for their absence lies in the fact that they are native outsiders instead of extraplanar outsiders. This matters in that aasimars, tieflings, couatl, genies, and similar outsider creatures are all of the native outsider variety and not a one are on the original summon monster. Following this pattern other native outsiders are excluded from this list. Custom spells should be allowed to summon such creatures, but this series of spells should not do so.

We hope you enjoy this list.

Table 3: Summon Monster III

3rd Level Subtype
Ant, giant (soldier)*
Ape
Aurochs (herd animal)*
Boar*
Cheetah*
Constrictor snake*
Crocodile*
Dire bat*
Dretch (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Electric eel*
Giant lizard*
Lantern archon Good, Lawful
Leopard (cat)*
Shark*
Wolverine*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Paracletus (aeon)
Silvanshee (agathion) Good
Cassisian (angel) Good
Lyrakien (azata) Chaotic, Good
Azer Fire, Lawful
Dire badger*
Cacodaemon (daemon) Evil
Arbiter (inevitable) Lawful
Voidworm (protean) Chaotic
Cythnigot (qlippoth) Chaotic, Evil
Thoqqua Earth, Fire
Giant toad*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Harbinger archon Good, Lawful
Tripurasura (asura) Evil, Lawful
Axe beak*
Doru (div) Evil
Augur (kyton) Evil, Lawful
Giant porcupine*
Giant sea anemone*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Velociraptor (dinosaur)*
Mammoth flea*
Nosoi (psychopomp)
Bull shark*
Soulsliver Evil
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Cambion (demon) Chaotic, Evil
Plesiosaurus (dinosaur)*
Moa (megafauna)*
Esipil (sahkil) Evil
Wysp Elemental
Bestiary 6
Giant tube worm (sea worm)*

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Pathfinder: Summon Monster II Unchained

We mentioned before that every Friday we will be posting an expanded list of creatures to summon with the summon monster spells, using Paizo’s bestiaries. There simply is no reason why you can summon a giant frog or a horse but cannot summon a giant tick or a camel. So we are helping you to expand your summon monster table. Earlier this week we shared with you the list for expanding summon monster I. Today we bring you the list for summon monster II. All these monsters are balanced against those created for the original summon monster list.

Edit: Originally, I had the summon monster III here. I have since updated it to the corect list. Thank you John for pointing that out.

Table 2: Summon Monster II

2nd Level Subtype
Ant, giant (worker)*
Elemental (Small) Elemental
Giant centipede*
Giant frog*
Giant spider*
Goblin dog*
Horse*
Hyena*
Lemure (devil) Evil, Lawful
Octopus*
Squid*
Wolf*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Giant bee*
Giant fly*
Gar*
Camel (herd animal)*
Ram (herd animal)*
Manta ray*
Cave scorpion*
Giant solifugid*
Giant tick*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Elk (herd animal)*
Death’s head jellyfish*
Giant gecko (lizard)*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Dimorphodon (dinosaur)*
Stag (herd animal)*
Giant tortoise*
Giant water strider*
Giant weasel*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Horn caterpillar*
Troodon (dinosaur)*
Hunter urchin*
Bestiary 6
Common eurypterid*
Giant raven*
Common Anemone (sea anemone)*

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Pathfinder: Summon Monster I Unchained

Recently, it was asked on Paizo’s forums for the summon monster list of monsters to be expanded. We at JBE decided to take up the challenge. What you have before you is the table of all 6 Bestiaries that are on par with the monsters from the original summon monster table (Note: 6 is not present here because B6 does not have any monsters in it comparable to those summonable with summon monster I).

Table 1: Summon Monster I

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Bestiary Subtype
Dire rat*
Dog*
Dolphin*
Eagle*
Fire beetle*
Frog, poison*
Pony (horse)*
Viper (familiar)*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2
Badger*
Giant Cockroach*
Compsognathus (dinosaur)*
Giant maggot*
Baboon (primate)*
Stingray*
Snapping turtle*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3
Flying squirrel (familiar)*
Goat (familiar)*
Pig (familiar)*
Raccoon (familiar)*
Antelope (herd animal)*
Kangaroo (marsupial)*
Thylacine (marsupial)*
Ghost scorpion*
Giant crab spider*
Vulture*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4
Giant flea*
Trumpeter swan*
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5
Flying fox (familiar)*
Penguin (familiar)*
Red panda (familiar)*
Seal (familiar)*

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Pathfinder: Book of Magic: Dragon Spells and Archetypes

Are You a Sheep? No. You’re a Dragon. Be a Dragon!

Dragons should be terrifying with their thick scales and their huge jaws and their deadly breath weapons. The draconic ability to cast spells should be just as iconic and fear-inducing, which really cannot be done with the same spells any wizard can learn. At the same time, those that hunt down dragons need specialized spells to counteract the deadly abilities dragons possess. Arm yourself with these spells and archetypes and take down these deadly beasts.

Book of Magic: Dragon Spells and Archetypes is a great resource for any spellcasting character in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. This short supplement features:

  • 20 New Spells—Some for the dragon hunter, some for the dragon
  • 5 New Class Options—theme your character to associate your character more like a dragon or to hunt these wyrms

Make Your Dragons Terrifying or Tremble With Fear!

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What Are We Up To?

We love to hear what our favorite game companies are working on as much as everyone else. Typically we do not announce very far in advance, but frankly, there is no reason not to share with you what we are working on. So here we go:

Coming in September is the previously announced Book of Magic: Dragon Spells and Archetypes. This book helps you to theme your character like someone that admires dragons, draws their power from a draconic ancestory or wants to hunt down dragons. With archetypes and class options like the draconic implement for the occultist or the wizard discoveries, there are quite a few ways you can create the character you want. Even more, there are spells in here ideal for those taking on a dragon, those that want to associate with dragons, or for dragons themselves. These spells enhance the natural abilities of dragons, making these creatures even deadlier, or penetrate straight them, turning them into useless wyrms. Look for this next month.

October sees the release of the Deadly Delves: Reign of Ruin adventure for both Fifth Edition as well as the Swords and Wizardry. Whether you prefer your games with modern rules or an excellent revisit of the classic game, this is an adventure your players will not soon forget. A black dragon attacks a town and the players track it back to its lair and encounter more than a few surprises along the way. Prepare for more than you expected in this adventure. We are hoping to bring you both version of this adventure at the same time, but one may be delayed (hopefully not too long).

This is where our schedule starts to get a little uncertain. We are working on the equivalent of the d66 Compendium for Starfinder (currently unnamed). I am just not certain it will be ready for its target launch in November. This book will be a handy toolkit for gamemasters of science fantasy names. It contains names of aliens, planets, moons, robots, guns, and a whole lot more. No Starfinder gamemaster will want to be without this book.

Coming in December is the Pathfinder adventure Deadly Delves: Nine Lives for Petane by Christen N. Sowards of Lost Spheres Publishing. They have a Kickstarter going on now; check it out. In Nine Lives the players need to resurrect someone from a crypt, but which corpse is the right one? To make matters worse, an evil cult has been using the crypt as their own private playground. Even worse, monsters keep appearing out of no where. Good luck solving the mystery when your GM decides to run this 13th level adventure.

That is all we have for you right now. We are working on so much more than that, but I cannot pin down a date when any of it will come out at this point in time. We hope you are as excited about it as I am.

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Pathfinder: Unleash the Energy Spell Words

Shape your fire words any way you desire. Keep the cold damage coming round after round. Blast your enemies with sound waves. Book of Magic: Energy Words Revisited lets you attack your enemies with acid, cold, electricity, fire, or sonic damage—whether for an instant, or over a series of rounds. Show those Vancian casters the true mastery of elemental forces!

Download this 10 page revisit to the Words of Power magic system today from DriveThruRPG/RPGNow, d20PFSRD, or Paizo.com.