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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })The Pathfinder RPG, sometimes called "3.75E" or "3.P", has been called a Spiritual Successor to the 3.5 Edition of Dungeons & Dragons. It is a tabletop game based upon the rules of Dungeons and Dragons' 3.5 Edition, but expands on them, making additional rules, rebalancing classes, and simplifying some aspects. In short, it's D&D for those who disliked the changes found in D&D's Fourth Edition (or who liked 3.5 and wished to remain compatible with its rules).Pathfinder was created by Paizo Publishing, a group that was split off from Wizards of the Coast in 2002 to publish Dragon and Dungeon Magazines. When WotC announced the fourth edition of D&D, they took back the publication rights to the magazines in order to create exclusively online versions. Paizo decided to publish a 3rd-edition-focused magazine of its own, Pathfinder, keeping up the "Adventure Path" tradition they'd established in the last three years of Dungeon while establishing a new in-house campaign setting. However, as they heard from more fans of 3rd Edition who were dissatisfied with the radical changes introduced in 4th Edition, Paizo saw an opportunity: they would create their own ruleset, using the foundation of D&D to offer something new and fresh while allowing old players to build on what they already knew, created, and played. It also prides itself on being compatible with 3.5 (with a few rules alterations, of course.)Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Pathfinder products are mostly set in the Constructed World of Golarion, although several other populated planets exist. The Fantasy Kitchen Sink nature of the game's multiverse as a whole means that a large variety of fantasy genres are represented, along with certain horror and sci-fi ones. This meant that you could run different themes of campaign merely by changing the locale on Golarion, rather than having to incorporate different settings, such as Dragonlance vs. Ravenloft vs. Eberron vs. Dark Sun as in D&D.Thousands of years ago, the Human empire of Azlant thrived on the world. It is said that when they turned against the Aboleths, the aquatic monsters that lifted them to greatness, the Aboleths sent a massive asteroid crashing onto their homeland. Azlant was destroyed, and most of the surface civilizations on the nearby continents of Arcadia and Avistan were devastated (as were the Aboleths). Meanwhile, the Elves, who had foreseen the coming Earthfall, mostly fled to the sanctuary of Sovyrian on the planet Castrovel, while the underground-dwelling Dwarves took the impact as a sign from their gods to make their way to the surface, driving their Orc rivals before them.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Eventually, the living God Aroden, last of the Azlanti, appeared. He helped bring humanity from the Age of Darkness, helping to establish the vast Empire of Taldor. As Taldor grew vast and decadent, the frontier colonies broke away and formed their own Empire of Cheliax. As Cheliax rose in power, the Church of Aroden moved its seat of power there.Recently, however, the prophesied return of Aroden instead brought weeks of natural disasters, including a massive storm that continues to blow to this day. The priests of Aroden suddenly lost their powers, and by all accounts, including from Pharasma, the Goddess of Death herself, Aroden was dead. Thus began the Age of Lost Omens, as storms wracked the world and prophecy lost its power. Cheliax fell into decline and civil war, until the devil-worshipping "Thrice-Damned" House of Thrune seized power. With Cheliax's fortunes faltering and its ruling classes having given themselves to devil worship, its former colonies broke away in a series of rebellions and are now beginning marches towards prominence...Totally unrelated to either film of the same name, or the novel of the same name written by Orson Scott Card.In addition to the RPG and its many sourcebooks, there are a number of related works: Pathfinder Society, the ongoing public campaign run by Paizo using the Pathfinder system; it spans an overarching plot of several seasons. Pathfinder Tales, a line of novels and other fiction. Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, a cooperative card game. Pathfinder Adventures, a video game adaption developed by Obsidian Entertainment and released for mobile devices in 2016 and computers (via Steam) in 2017. Starfinder (2017), A standalone Science Fantasy game set in the Pathfinder universe, but thousands of years forward in a possible future Pathfinder (2012-2013), a comic series licensed by Dynamite Comics, featuring its iconic characters as the main cast and ran for a total of 12 issues. Other series published by Dynamite include: Pathfinder: Goblins! (2013) Pathfinder: City of Secrets (2014) Pathfinder: Origins (2015) Pathfinder: Hollow Mountain (2015-2016) Pathfinder: Worldscape (2016-2018), a Crisis Crossover event featuring characters from other properties beyond Golarion. Pathfinder: Runescars (2017) Pathfinder: Spiral of Bones (2018) Pathfinder Legends audio adaptions of Adventure paths released by Big Finish. Pathfinder: Kingmaker (2018), an isometric single-player RPG Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous (2021), an indirect sequel Pathfinder Online, an MMORPG adaptation, was put out to beta in 2014-15 after meeting its Kickstarter target. Since then, however, it has been in development hell due to the dissolution of most of the development team and no major publisher assigned.A massive online index of rule information — almost everything Paizo published, plus some third-party materials, minus many setting-specific and thus copyrighted names — can be found here. A more accurate though slightly less complete database can be found here.Pathfinder Second Edition (generally shortened as PRPG2E or P2E) was released on August 1, 2019. An open playtest for the new edition ran from August 2 to November 18, split up into a 7-part campaign called Doomsday Dawn.A Second Edition campaign named Pathfinder Knights Of Everflame (inspired by an earlier module called Crypt of the Everflame) ran from June to August 2019. You can watch it here.
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Hotter and Sexier
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Hotter and Sexier, as well. Note the female iconics. And some of the males...
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Spell Blade
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Spell Blade: The spell-storing property.
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Abusive Precursors
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Abusive Precursors: The Valashamains, who lived in the Valashmai Jungle in Tian Xia. They were apparently not native to Golarion and came from another plane or planet (the details are vague), resembled giant lizard people, and had thousands of slave races. They ruled an empire in the Valashmai Jungle until the Earthfall, at which point they left for somewhere else and have never been seen since.
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Flaming Sword
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Flaming Sword: A common Enchantment. The paladin and magus have the ability to give their weapons this ability as well. A Religious Trait, "Flame of the Dawn", grants this on a critical hit with scimitars.
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Scam Religion
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Scam Religion: The Church of Razmir, a con artist who's managed to convince most of the world that he passed the Test of the Starstone.
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Noble Savage
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Noble Savage: The Kellid and Shoanti human ethnic groups. The Shoanti are more noble, the Kellids more savage.
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No Celebrities Were Harmed
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No Celebrities Were Harmed: The philosopher Pao-Lung is a stand-in for Confucius. While it's not canon this fan picture of Abrogail Thrune II bears a strong resemblance to Lindsay Lohan.
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Katanas Are Just Better
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Katanas Are Just Better: Ultimate Combat introduces the katana and wakizashi. They're mostly identical to longswords (bastard swords before errata) and shortswords respectively, but with a very minor additional cost note 35 gold more when a 2nd level Player Character is expected to have 2000, a greater critical threat range, and an additional special property "deadly" that makes them better at executing helpless foes, and wakizashi can deal piercing or slashing damage while shortswords are only effective at piercing. Note that this is more about Power Creep than katana fanboyism, since they're also exotic weapons which require special and specific training to use properly — western exotic weapons have a similar level of power.
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Horsemen of the Apocalypse
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Horsemen of the Apocalypse: The Four Horsemen are the near-godlike rulers of the Neutral Evil fiends known as the daemons (aka yugoloths in D&D).
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Jekyll & Hyde
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Jekyll & Hyde: Damiel Morgethai under the influence of the chemical mutagen he is addicted to. The Master Chymist prestige class is ten levels' worth of this trope.
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Rasputinian Death
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Rasputinian Death: In the Reign of Winter Adventure Path, you have to fight the man himself. And kill him three times before he finally kicks off.
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Darker and Edgier
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Darker and Edgier: Sometimes just in the sense of having a more "mature" feel, sometimes considerably less subtle (one module has hillbilly rapist ogres). Said module is the censored version. The original will likely never be published. The "Carnival of Tears" module gives the heroes an early opportunity to stop a violent rape, and that's before any evil fey get involved. From there it becomes a parade of gore, misery, and horror that puts the Saw movies to shame. If the adventure ends with a body count of less than one hundred villagers, it's considered a smashing success for the heroes. Hotter and Sexier, as well. Note the female iconics. And some of the males...
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Power Creep, Power Seep
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Power Creep, Power Seep: Correcting the power creep of 3rd edition Dungeons & Dragons was one of the game's founding goals. Inevitably, as it has aged, it has developed a few examples itself.
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Badass Adorable
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Badass Adorable: Abrogail Thrune II is a rare evil example. While she is usually depicted as pretty cute (and was originally meant to be a teenager), she is also the ruler of Cheliax
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Evil vs. Evil: Asuras are about the only kind of evil outsider who is willing to cooperate with daemons; their omnicidal mania makes it hard for them to get along with any of the others, with even demons having an investment in the continued existence of reality as a whole (because without people to hurt they wouldn't be able to have any more fun). Qlippoth and demons loathe each other. This also happens occasionally in some Adventure Paths; for example, "Valley of the Brain Collectors" has malevolent pseudo-Lovecraftian aliens, neh-thalggu, battling against malevolent actually Lovecraftian aliens, mi-go. Bonus points for both of them having humanoid brain-collecting as an MO.
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Dungeon Punk
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Dungeon Punk: Though not a major theme as in some settings, Golarion does have a some of the Magitek-powered devices one might find in such a setting, befitting it's "little bit of everything" approach.
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Genre Shift: Occurs at the start of the second Kingmaker module. You go from being typical adventurers to becoming the rulers of a new kingdom. Adventuring still takes up most of the gameplay, but you will spend a lot of time running your kingdom.
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Religion of Evil
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Religion of Evil: The Church of Asmodeus, the Church of Zon-Kuthon, cultists of Ghlaunder, Lamashtu, Norgorber, Rovagug, Urgathoa, various demon lords, archdevils, and the Four Horsemen. As well as the Whispering Way, which preaches that all life should be extinguished to be replaced by eternal undeath, and theOld Cults, who worship the Great Old Ones.
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Anti-Magic
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Anti-Magic: The spell anti-magic field creates a small area where no magic of any kind can function.
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You Are Already Dead
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You Are Already Dead: In a possible Shout-Out to the Trope Namer. 15th-level monks can cause this with their Quivering Palm ability.
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Sacrificial Revival Spell
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Sacrificial Revival Spell: There is a monk archetype that focuses on using one's own ki energy to fuel healing magics, harming oneself in the process. At 20th level, said monk can sacrifice his own life to revive all his allies as per the True Resurrection spell. And no, it is not a resurrectable death: the monk is so Deader Than Dead even his name is obliterated.
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Our Orcs Are Different: They're insane nihilists who laugh in the face of death. They also originated underground, and got pushed up ahead by the Dwarves as they made their way to the surface.
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Diesel Punk
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Diesel Punk: Rasputin Must Die!, which drops the players off in Siberia during World War I to fight cyborg tanks, evil fey, zombies, daemons, and swarms of Russian soldiers armed with machine guns, experimental Magitek weaponry, and mustard gas.
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Mr. Fanservice: Seltyiel, Sajan, and Valeros come to mind. All three of these guys crank the fanservice up a bit more in their Mythic Adventures redesigns — Sajan and Seltyiel have both done away with every stitch of clothing on their upper bodies while Valeros has ditched his armour for a gladiator-esque shoulder-guard, leaving his scarred, muscled chest visible to all. Apparently becoming a Mythic Hero does away with the need for conventional armour.
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The Greys
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The Greys: The derro fulfill this role on Golarion, abducting people, performing terrible experiments on them, and later returning them without any memory of their experiences beyond some vague nightmares. Bestiary 5 provides stats for actual greys. They are telepathic, evil, and like to paralyze and mind-probe people.
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Green-Eyed Monster
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Green-Eyed Monster: The archdevil Baalzebul believes himself the only deserving son of Asmodeus and loathes the other archdevils for, in his mind, usurping his proper place in Hell.
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Our Titans Are Different
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Our Titans Are Different: The Titans tried to wage war upon the gods. Some, the Chaotic Good Elysian Titans, turned upon their kin and assisted in their defeat. The Chaotic Evil Thanatotic Titans were imprisoned in the deep layers of the Abyss, where they created the flawed demodands as servants. Both are hideously powerful, and described as very near divine. Then there are the Hekatonkheires, who were the first to take up arms against the gods, and rather than be banished to the Abyss with the Thanatotic Titans, they were cast out of reality because they were too powerful for the Abyss to contain, and their lesser descendants are more powerful than regular titans of the other varieties. Bestiary 4 then introduced the Formorian titans. Rather than the malformed giants of Dungeons and Dragons, they're titans so powerful they had to imprisoned within their own armour! Still a case of Sadly Mythtaken though.
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Stripperiffic
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Stripperiffic: Seoni the sorceress (in her slinky red dress), Alahazra◊ the oracle (who appears to be wearing an open kaftan and a low-slung sarong over a bikini), and Feiya◊ the witch (who's mostly bare-legged and about to fall out of her bodice) stand out in particular.
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Royals Who Actually Do Something
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Royals Who Actually Do Something: The kingdom campaign rules in the Ultimate Campaign book allow player characters to rule territory. The timescale of "kingdom turns" runs to a month, but a character's attention is only required for seven days, allowing regular adventuring between the action of government; the book suggests that such adventures could concern directly confronting threats to the characters' lands. The Kingmaker adventure path was this trope for five books, and could be seen as the beta version of the Ultimate Campaign kingdom ruleset. Curse of the Crimson Throne could be subtitled God Save Us from Queen Ileosa of Varisia. Queen Galfrey of Mendev is The Paladin and a Lady of War who has a large role to play in Wrath of the Righteous. Additionally, in Wrath of the Righteous, the players will meet the non-human rulers of whole other dimensions, with active encounters with the Demon Lords Nocticula, Baphomet, and Deskari.
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Vancian Magic
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Vancian Magic: How all magic is cast.
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Deal with the Devil
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Deal with the Devil: Lots of devils in PF make deals, but Mephistopheles, of course, is the best at it.
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Crapsack World
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Crapsack World: Welcome to Golarion, where you're most likely screwed, doing the screwing, or both! For starters, the Ultimate Evil of the setting, Rovagug, is only barely held in place by the joint efforts of Asmodeus and Sarenrae. Asmodeus, the Lawful Evil would-be omniversal tyrant, also gets to hold the threat of universal destruction over everyone else's shoulders, because he's the only one with the key to Rovagug's prison. Rovagug's "children" include the Tarrasque, the infamous and nigh-indestructible creature that likes to end civilizations when it awakens. But even that pales in comparison to Rovagug himself... It's implied that there might be certain creatures that came before even the gods. Guess what they are. One of the more powerful nations in the setting, Cheliax, are diabolistic human supremacists that intend to subjugate the world in the name of Asmodeus.
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Muggles Do It Better
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Muggles Do It Better: Or at least just as well. In the main setting, the warriors with swords or the odd experimental firearm can at least have a chance when confronting spellcasters of equal level. And they're much more common. Late in Reign of Winter the PCs confront a group of soldiers with modern weapons. They are backed up by vampires and some odds and ends, but it's the soldiers who have the potential to cause some of the biggest problems. And then Iron Gods establishes that, given enough time, technology that equals or surpasses some of the greatest feats of magic can be developed while being accessible to everyone.
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Mayfly–December Friendship
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Mayfly–December Friendship: Elves who grow up among shorter-lived races rather than their own kind are called Forlorn. Since elves are considered adult at 110, each one of them has by this time buried roughly two generations of "childhood friends" who grew up, lived their lives and died of old age. Many more companions will die in the course of the rest of their lifespan (naturally somewhere between 350 and 750 years), resulting in many Forlorn becoming cynical, bitter and insular.
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Stuck Items
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Stuck Items: Cursed magical items in general are examples of these, as they will return to you and in some cases, like the Rod of Arson, will force you to use them even if they have been physically destroyed. It takes specific spells or combinations of spells to get rid of them.
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Captain Ersatz
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Captain Ersatz: The boggards, a race of frog-people, are really just D&D's bullywugs renamed due to copyright issues. The serpentfolk are similar to D&D's yuan-ti in function (ancient evil snake folk living in ruins) but different in appearance, powers, and culture. In a way, they're more of a return to form—yuan-ti were ersatzes of Robert E. Howard's serpentfolk. Pathfinder's serpentfolk are for all practical purposes identical to the archenemies of King Kull. Intellect devourers, though a preexisting D&D monster, have become the default stand-in for mind flayers in the "psionic brain-themed underground aberration" department. Another preexisting monster tied to mind flayers, neothelids, also picked up a part of their role, in this case the "immensely powerful psionic horrors worshipping worse beings and plotting to destroy/enslave everything else" part. Rovagug, the god of destruction, is the replacement for Obox-ob, the demon lord who was the Big Bad of lead designer James Jacobs's campaign which eventually became Golarion. Jacobs "sold" Obox-ob to Wizards of the Coast when he included the demon in their Fiendish Codex book (fair enough as he took the name from the 1E Monster Manual II).note Rovagug did exist in Jacobs's original campaign but was a more generic god of the underworld. A weird case: In D&D 3E, there were two "underground fish-people" races: kuo-toa (the more popular and better-known) and skum. The skum were open-source under the Open Gaming License; the kuo-toa were not. So Paizo took the skum and made them thematically more like the kuo-toa (and H. P. Lovecraft's Deep Ones). They have forgotten their heritage as part of an ancient Aboleth empire, and everyone (including themselves) calls them Skum, but the actual name for their race is Ulat-Kini. The graveknight is inspired by D&D's death knight, with some subtle differences—the death knight's soul inhabits its dead body like most undead, while the graveknight's soul possesses its armor, much like a lich's phylactery. Likewise, the ravener is strongly based on D&D's dracolich. The urdefhans are meant to evoke the image of D&D's githyanki — evil, otherworldly humanoids with a skeletal appearance who wield distinctive swords — but have a completely different campaign role. Bestiary 4 has Kaiju as a monster type. Of the Kaiju, Agyra is basically a combination of Rodan and Mothra. Bezravnis is a fiery underground Ebirah, and Mogaru is Godzilla without the radioactive aspects. Bestiary 6 introduces King Varklops, who is King Ghidorah as a snake rather than a dragon.
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Red Right Hand
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Red Right Hand: Rakshasas in human form always have one feature that faces the wrong way, traditionally their hands.
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Blade on a Stick
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Blade on a Stick: The Ancient Runelords of Thassilon all had a favored polearm. In addition the weapon rules still have a fair number of polearms on their own.
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Mythology Gag
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Mythology Gag: The book, Bastards of Golarion, features a section talking about a particular kind of half-breed they refer to as the Celebrity; someone whose inter-species heritage makes them popular, even beloved. The accompanying artwork is a young, white-haired woman in peasant clothing with a pendant of Desna around her neck and looking rather depressed. The picture is, of course, of Nualia, the big-bad of Burnt Offerings but of her before her descent into insanity and worship of Lamashtu.
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Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action
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Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action: Several species in Pathfinder are quite capable of breeding with just about anything. Aside from the typical half-orcs, half-elves, aasimar and tieflings, there's also the matter of sorcerers whose bloodlines can include devils, dragons, angels, undead, plants, and shadows. Of course this is often a case of Lamarck Was Right with the example for the undead bloodline suggesting that your ancestor became a lich or the infernal bloodline suggesting that the power is actually a lingering effect of an ancestor's Deal with the Devil. Indeed, their entries in the Bestiaries mention that creatures such as half dragons and half fiends are mostly the result of magical rituals, and only very rarely the result of actual sexual relations between different species.
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Funny Background Event
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Funny Background Event: Sometimes the Adventure Path manuals have illustrations that can piece together a story. For instance, in Iron Gods, the battle against Meyanda features Lirianne wresting her Inferno Pistol from her, which she then uses together with her old pistol in subsequent illustrations. Meanwhile, in the second module's cover Amiri is shown losing her signature bastard sword to a rust monster. In the next module, she's depicted wielding Kulgara's magical chainsaw.
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What Did I Do Last Night?
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What Did I Do Last Night?: Cayden Cailean, an adventurer who woke up after a drunken binge in Absalom to discover that he had taken the Test of the Starstone and BECOME A GOD.
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Fox Folk
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Fox Folk: The race called kitsune, although despite the name they lack relation to traditional kitsune in Japanese mythology. (They can, however, be found in the more Japanese Fantasy Counterpart Culture parts of Tian Xia.) In Dungeons & Dragons 3.0, the Oriental Adventures sourcebook had a hengeyokai race with the Shapechanger type, who could switch between humanoid, animal and hybrid forms; 3.5 removed the Shapechanger type, so the official update made them Humanoids (resulting in some Gameplay and Story Segregation, as they were still described like Magical Beasts). Pathfinder kitsune were based on the 3.5 version of fox hengeyokai, but Nerfed by removing the animal form (which instead became a "disguise" that higher-level kitsune could learn by spending a feat) and making the hybrid form their true form.
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Dark World
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Dark World: The Plane of Shadow, just like in 3.5, is still Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
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Ring of Power
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Ring of Power: Any magic ring, and there are many.
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Combo Platter Powers
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Combo Platter Powers: The Tane all fall into this. The Jabberwock's abilities are the same as what's hinted at in the poem (eyes of flame, burbling, and whiffling), and the other two were created to mimic the Jabberwock. It's a major contributor to how odd they are.
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Bondage Is Bad
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Bondage Is Bad: Zon-Kuthon, who is basically a Cenobite homage as an evil god. Also the Kytons, expanded from a single type of evil outsider into a full-fledged Hellraiser-themed infernal hierarchy. Partially averted by the goddess Calistria, the goddess of lust and "The Savored Sting," who isn't particularly good or evil.
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Endless Winter
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Endless Winter: Irrisen (Fantasy Counterpart Culture of fairy-tale Russia) has had this problem since Baba Yaga took over. The Reign of Winter Adventure Path involves the threat of this happening over the entire planet. The planet Triaxus goes through just about a hundred years of winter at a time, alternating with an equally long summer.
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Gender Bender
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Gender Bender: One of the potential drawbacks on a magical item is that the user's gender changes while the item remains in their possession (or possibly, just while it's in use). Technically a curse, although an item with this drawback still otherwise works as normal. Anevia Tirablade, the wife of half-orc paladin Irabeth Tirablade, was born male, but felt more comfortable as a woman. A magic elixir fixed that for her. The Serum of Sex Shift, which does Exactly What It Says on the Tin, was introduced in 2E. Besides the above in-universe use, it's probably intended as a way for players to explain a sudden sex change for their characters without breaking immersion. As for why they made sure to explicitly note that it can produce any combination of sexual characteristics, as many times as you want, well, draw your own conclusions there.
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Psychopomp
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All Psychopomps' attacks naturally affect incorporeal beings, as do those of crypt dragons, helping them with their tasks of corralling restless spirits and watching over the souls of the dead.
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Frog Men
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Frog Men: The swamp-dwelling boggards.
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Seadog Peg Leg
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Seadog Peg Leg: "Peg Leg" is a selectable character Trait in the pirate-themed Skulls & Shackles campaign. A PC who takes it has had his leg chewed off by a shark as a child, but they suffer no normal penalties for using a prosthetic and instead gain a bonus on damage rolls against sharks and other aquatic predators.
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Glass Cannon
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Glass Cannon: The Monk class fits this in comparison to Fighters. Monks get the fast movement ability, which increases their speed, and can deliver a Flurry of Blows, which allows them to make several additional attacks whenever they make a full attack action. However, as a cost, they are forbidden from wearing any armor or using shields, making it more difficult for them to raise their armor class. With fewer Dump Stats, they'll typically have lower physical attributes than straight fighters. Further, they get a smaller hit die than fighters, so they have fewer hit points.
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Our Werebeasts Are Different
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Our Werebeasts Are Different: Along with the usual werewolves, wererats, wereboars, weretigers, and werebears of D&D, there's also werecrocodiles, werebats, and weresharks. Skinwalkers, natural born lycanthropes, have a Beastial form.
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God Save Us from the Queen!
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Curse of the Crimson Throne could be subtitled God Save Us from Queen Ileosa of Varisia.
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Distaff Counterpart
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Grandmother Spider is a Distaff Counterpart of Anansi.
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Artifact of Death
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Artifact of Death: Several cursed magic items, such as the necklace of strangulation, the periapt of foul rotting, and the ever-popular scarab of death.
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Cursed with Awesome
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Cursed with Awesome: The sorcerer class has Bloodlines which can stem from anything from dragons to demons to undead to Lovecraftian horrors lurking between the stars. They all give the Sorcerer awesome powers, new spells, and access to more feats. In a more literal sense, the Oracle base class is given something called an "Oracle's Curse". Oh no! You are babbling in a demonic tongue while in battle! But when you reach level 15, you can understand and speak any language! Oh no! You can't see beyond 30 feet in front of you, but you can see in the infrared spectrum and at level 15 who cares about having difficulty seeing, you can see in a fashion that's better than regular sight. Oh no! I'm a bit lame, but at level 15 I literally cannot get tired. Oh no! I'm haunted, objects that I drop or attempt to retrieve are suddenly not there or several feet away, but as I level I gain the ability to tell gravity to GTFO. Oh no! I'm a bit ugly and unpleasant, but I'm completely immune to disease and nausea. 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.
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Even Evil Has Standards
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Even Evil Has Standards: Demons and devils regularly team up with each other and angels against the suicidally nihilistic daemons. Asmodeus aided the good and neutral gods against Rovagug, even providing the lock to seal him away. Ogres are Darker and Edgier than ever before, being basically cannibalistic inbred rapist hillbillies with no morality whatsoever. And yet they tend to have very close-knit families because Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas. Possibly a bit too much.
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Stuff Blowing Up
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Stuff Blowing Up: The Goblin Fire Bomber archetype for alchemists specializes in unleashing the wrath of Michael Bay on the battlefields of Golarion. Alchemists in general tend to blow things up as a primary form of offense/defense when they're not Hulking Out.
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Starfish Aliens
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Many of the fiendish races (with the prominent exception of the utterly inhuman qlippoths) have a "pretty humanoid" variant: Erinyes for the devils, Succubi for demons, Erodaemons for daemons, and Pairakas for divs. Ostiarus kytons are Cute Monster Boys.
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Magic from Technology
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Magic from Technology / Magitek: The planet Verces is the most technologically advanced in Golarion's solar system, using equal parts Star Trek level technology and arcane magic to keep their spacefaring society running. Neither is seen as conflicting with the other.
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Move in the Frozen Time
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Move in the Frozen Time: The 3rd-party supplement Path of War (a Spiritual Successor to D&D 3.5's Tome of Battle) has "God of the Hourglass", the ultimate stance of the Riven Hourglass discipline. Among its effects, it allows the user to retain their awareness inside a time stop effect and unfreeze themselves long enough to take a single action.
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Our Cryptids Are More Mysterious
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Our Cryptids Are More Mysterious: Cryptids, including more modern ones (20th century and later) not often found in other fantasy tabletop RPGs, are featured quite prominently. They even got their own book! Though, its primarily the famous ones like sea serpents, sasquatches and yetis, water orms, mothmen, chupacabras, and the "Sandpoint Devil". They've also got the Australian bunyips and the purported living dinosaur mokele-mbembe.
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Deity of Human Origin
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Deity of Human Origin: Anyone who passes the Test of the Starstone becomes a god. Hundreds of hopefuls enter the Starstone Cathedral every year; in four thousand years, only four have succeeded. One of whom was drunk off his ass at the time.
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La Résistance
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La Résistance: The sub-theme of the Council of Thieves Adventure Path. In a Venice-analogue, no less.
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Mad Scientist
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Mad Scientist: The alchemist class is based on a fantasy application of mad chemistry, with incendiary bombs, Psycho Serums, and spells in potion form. The Ultimate Magic sourcebook adds various alternate alchemist archetypes like the vivisectionist, reanimator, and clone master that allow for a wider range of Mad Scientist types.
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Pirate Girl
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Pirate Girl: Besmara, the goddess of pirates, strife, and sea monsters.
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Genie in a Bottle
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Genie in a Bottle: Represented by the magical items efreeti bottle and the ring of djinn summoning.
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Mr. Seahorse
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Mr. Seahorse: The Mythic Realms sourcebook mentions the Crater of Carnal Joining in the Pit of Gormuz, where a priest of Rovagug named Multh gathered 1111 virgins of both sexes and all races to try and entice Rovagug to "bless" the world with another of its spawn. What arose from the pit was instead one of Rovagug's servitors; Galulab'daa, a mountainous gibbering mouther. Though most of the offerings died, four lived and were left pregnant with Rovagug's grandchildren; of these four "Woeful Mothers", one was a human man, and the other was a male troglodyte.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Psychopathic Man Child
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Psychopathic Man Child: Goblins and some ogrekin. Goblins' childish traits are usually depicted humorously, whereas everything about ogrekin is played for horror or Squick.
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Mad Doctor
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Mad Doctor: Many of the alchemist archetypes from Ultimate Magic are based around knowledge of anatomy (and how to severely damage it).
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Deadly Gas
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Deadly Gas: The Cloud Kill and Acid Fog spells The module Rasputin Must Die! has mustard gas and a monster that's a sentient cloud of it. That got that way by absorbing the souls of the people it killed. It makes zombies.
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Good Weapon, Evil Weapon
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Good Weapon, Evil Weapon: Weapons can be magically given an alignment towards good or evil (as well as law or chaos) for the purposes of defeating an opponent's damage resistance. Every god (whether good, neutral or evil) has a favored weapon, no matter how disposed to violence said god might be. Whether a specific character wields a particular kind of weapon can be a clue as to the god they worship (although nothing stops a non-believer from using that weapon) and thus what the alignment of that character is likely to be.
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Noodle Incident
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Noodle Incident: How Aroden died is deliberately kept really vague, though people in-universe have a lot of theories about it How exactly Dou-Bral turned evil and became Zon-Kuthon is also rather vague. According to the books he was exploring the Dark Tapestry (outer space) and ran into... something (Implied to be some kind of Eldritch Abomination, though nothing else is known about this being) that turned him insane and evil. An in-universe example, in Return Of The Runelords the characters meet an NPC with an exact copy of himself, who he lives with. While the book explains why this is the case (a freak portal accident basically split him into two people) if the P Cs ask why there are two of him, he just tells them it's none of their business.
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Blessed with Suck
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Blessed with Suck: All of the oracles must take a curse in exchange for their powers. These can vary from merely annoying to outright horrifying. The Taninivers, having all those disease and necromancy based powers probably isn't worth being sick and in agony all the time..
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Hillbilly Horrors
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Hillbilly Horrors: The Hook Mountain Massacre, with the bonus that some of the inbred rapist homicidal degenerates are ten feet tall. Ogres and ogrekin in general borrow a lot from this trope. Marsh giants as well, with added elements of Lovecraftian cults, courtesy to their worship of Dagon. The bloody jake archetype for the slayer class. One of their abilities is even called "The Woods Have Eyes".
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Public Domain Character
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Public Domain Character: A number of monsters pulled from Victorian and pulp literature are featured in the setting. Several gods are taken from real-world mythology, including Asmodeus, Lamashtu, Sun Wukong, Camazotz, Ahriman, Apsu, and Dahak. Numerous creatures and gods from H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, including Great Cthulhu himself. The Legions of Hell include the Malebranche and just about the entire Ars Goetia!
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Nay-Theist
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Nay-Theist: A whole nation of them; after a devastating religious Civil War, the people of Rahadoum decided to outlaw religion, destroy the temples and throw out the priests as being more trouble than they're worth. The overall stance seems to be rather balanced, as while they have to deal with many hardships that could be handled more easily with divine aid and/or magic on their side, a lot of the problems in other lands actually are caused by gods and religions.
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Wretched Hive
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Wretched Hive: Kaer Maga. And Riddleport. And Bloodcove. And Ilizmagorti. And Daggermark. And Zirnakaynin. And almost every settlement in the Shackles. And... let's just say there's a lot of scum and villainy in Golarion.
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Spider People
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Jorogumos are spider-women who, again, need humanoid mates to father their offspring. They then act like wasps, in that they implant the fertilized egg(s) into the father and paralyse him with their venom; when the egg hatches, the daughter fatally eats her father for nourishment.
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Spell Book
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Spell Book: The Wizard and Magus can't cast spells without them. The Witch uses her familiar as this.
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The Republic
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The Republic: Andoran, bastion of enlightenment, democracy, and liberty.
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Bakeneko and Nekomata
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Bakeneko and Nekomata: Nekomatas are malevolent, panther-sized two-tailed cats with magical powers: chiefly, they can flawlessly mimic the appearance of a human they successfully damage with their bite attack and can animate and control undead creatures.
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Summoning Ritual
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Summoning Ritual: Represented by the Planar Binding spells. Summoners must usually give the summoned creature rare or valuable offerings in order to gain its services.
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Love Dodecahedron
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Love Dodecahedron: The villains of Burnt Offerings, the first Rise of the Runelords adventure. It's a squicky dodecahedron at that. Orik the sellsword likes Lyrie the wizard, who's too hung up over Tsuto the monk/rogue to care. Tsuto loves Nualia the evil cleric, who is having sex with Tsuto, but doesn't actually love him because she's still vengeful about her former lover Delek. The goblin chief is also infatuated with Nualia (though the text claims it's more of an intellectual curiousity, from a goblin, no less) and is neglecting his wives, so they're all sleeping with Bruthazmus the bugbear (who's probably the only one happy with the arrangement).
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Mystical Plague
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Mystical Plague: The spell cursed earth can infect a one mile radius area with any disease of the caster's choice.
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Adult Fear
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Adult Fear: While there's plenty of overt adult fears, there's also the incredibly subtle, like the one line that simply states Folca is the Daemon Harbinger of abduction, strangers, and sweets.
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Always Chaotic Evil
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Always Chaotic Evil: While there are always exceptions at the GM's discretion, supplementary materials would kindly remind you that aside from those singular individuals, the savage humanoids of Golarion are gleefully evil, if not insanely so. Part of the motivation behind the "Second Darkness" adventure path was to rewind back to the days when the Drow were unrepentantly, unforgivably evil, before the creation of a certain heroic dark elf ranger. Justified with hags — their immature form, changelings, never "mature" into hags if they aren't Evil since only the power-hungry and misanthropic ones can stomach the ritual to unlock their full hag powers. They aren't evil because they're hags, they're hags because they're evil (and the ritual cements that). Hence why hags generally leave changelings in communities with All of the Other Reindeer and Bullying a Dragon as a general policy. One exception to the above is the gnolls, who seem to be becoming gradually less generally evil each time they're mentioned. At first the only ones you'd ever encounter were slaver parties, and although they certainly still are, eventually they become less "attack on sight"; one adventure path even includes civilized (though evil) gnolls as non-hostile questgivers you should play along with. Finally, the 2E bestiary notes that while some tribes are evil marauders, many others are more militantly isolationist.
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Sealed Evil in a Can
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Sealed Evil in a Can: All over the place. The biggest evil, in the biggest can, is the apocalypse god Rovagug the Rough Beast, sealed into the molten core of Golarion by all the gods who survived his initial rampage.
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Überwald
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Überwald: The Immortal Principalities of Ustalav, officially described as a "fog-shrouded land of Gothic Horror". Culturally based on Eastern Europe, primarily Romania, it's regularly menaced by hordes of undead and even when it's not there's a Decadent Court feuding with each other. The sole exception is Versex, which, as mentioned above, is Lovecraft Country instead.
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Interdimensional Travel Device
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Interdimensional Travel Device: Many, many examples, including the amulet of the planes, the well of many worlds, and the cubic gate.
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Our Angels Are Different
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Our Angels Are Different: They're the only kind of outsider that spans multiple alignments. Besides them, there are the archons, agathions, and azatas that dwell in Heaven, Nirvana and Elysium respectively.
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Hanging Up on the Grim Reaper
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Hanging Up on the Grim Reaper: Both The Grim Reaper and the Horseman of Death are fully statted out, making it possible for players to fight or even defeat them. However, they are both still personifications of death itself, so such a fight is basically hopeless for all but the strongest adventurers.
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Break the Cutie
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Break the Cutie: Ameiko Kaijitsu's story arc in Pathfinder #1: Burnt Offerings has shades of this trope. Her beloved but estranged younger half-brother, Tsuto, comes back to her hometown after a five-year absence, intending to burn it to the ground and kill everyone in it. When she refuses to join him in this endeavor, he has his goblin minions beat her within an inch of her life (literally, she has a negative hit point total if the PCs manage to rescue her), and leaves her tied up, gagged, and blindfolded on a cold stone floor for a few hours. He also murders her father, and puts his body on display in the workshop of the family's glass-making business, covering it in sheets of cooled molten glass. And then there's the possible revelation, depending on how things play out, that her father murdered her mother five years earlier, as a long-delayed revenge for the adultery that produced Tsuto. Also, if the PCs don't rescue her very quickly after her capture, she'll end up being burned to death by Tsuto's psychotic girlfriend as a sacrifice to the demon goddess Lamashtu. Whether it gets better or worse in Jade Regent depends on your point of view. Ameiko has the opportunity to become the Empress of Minkai—if she can make an exceedingly perilous journey there with the aid of the PCs and deal with the scheming powerful Oni who drove her noble family into exile and slaughtered her grandfather. Not to mention, her backstory is expanded upon, revealing that she quit her teenage adventuring career after seeing her lover get dragged to his death by cannibals. Zon-Kuthon was a god of love and beauty like his sister Shelyn before going on a journey outside reality, meeting something, and coming back as the broken and twisted god of pain, darkness, and loss. Zon-Kuthon's father was a boisterous, life-loving wolf spirit/god who was more than happy to see his errant son come home. Now it is the Prince in Chains, a skinless, eternally tormented "hateful creature of broken flesh, pain and chains", and Zon-Kuthon's herald. Even its flesh isn't its own — in his tortures, his son stripped it all away, using it to create his own monsters, and replaced it with chains, leather, and necrotic flesh from other victims. As a deity who holds torture to be the highest form of art, Zon-Kuthon is believed to consider the Prince-in-Chains his masterpiece. To a greater or lesser extent, every single one of the Iconics. Seytiel, the iconic Magus, is a bastard child who was repeatedly beaten by his "father" and who when he finally met his real father, a bandit leader, was left to die after he was captured in the hopes that he would be mistaken for said father. Lini, the iconic Druid, was left to die by the friends she had repeatedly protected from wild animals when a snow leopard jumped on her. Amiri, the iconic Barbarian was a typical tomboy, before her people, embarrassed by her skills at killing things despite being a woman, tried to get her killed. She murdered the group sent to cause her death in a blood rage and now she's forever exiled from her homeland. Sajan, the iconic Monk, was separated from his beloved twin sister by politics and in searching for her has basically banished himself from his country and all his friends. Lem, the iconic Bard, was a slave who overheard his masters planning to sacrifice the other slaves of the house to devils, so he arranged for the slaves to all be away while he burned down the house full of his masters. The Slaves all rushed into the fire to save them and died. Seelah, the iconic Paladin, stole a paladin's helm, which led to the paladin's death when a killing blow was struck upon her unarmored head. Seelah didn't take that well, planning to burn herself to death on the paladin's own funeral pyre to atone. Harsk, the iconic Ranger, lost his brother to giants and vowed to kill them all. Merisiel, the iconic Rogue, grew up as an orphan among humans, losing at least three generations of peers to aging and disease along the way. Ezren, the iconic Wizard, spent decades of his life trying to clear his father of false charges of heresy against the church of Abadar, only to find irrefutable proof his father's guilt. Kyra, the iconic Cleric, lost her beloved peasant village when it was burned around her. Alahazra, the iconic Oracle, was thrown out of her house into the desert to die of starvation and exposure by her own father because she could cast divine magic. Feiya, the iconic Witch, was raised by Hags. Wolves would have been kinder.
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Shock and Awe
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A kaiju template, inspired by high-powered Japanese movie monsters like Godzilla and Gamera, was scheduled for appearance in Bestiary 3, but it was cut because it would have been eight pages long. Paizo held off on releasing it until they got mythic rules (ie, rules for playing near-demigods) ironed out, so it didn't appear until Bestiary 4. However, they made a change. Rather than a template, it was Actual Kaiju. First, there's Agyra the Forever Storm, a massive two-headed pterodactyl that can spit lightning bolts from each head, create a hurricane, and produces sonic booms when she flies and top speed. Bezravnis, known as the Inferno Below, resembles a monstrous, distorted three-tailed scorpion whose powers include throwing webbing that constricts on its prey until it's crushed to death and firing heat rays from each stinger. Finally, Mogaru the Final King is a twin-tailed, energy-absorbing, Breath Weapon-wielding saurian creature.
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Silver Has Mystic Powers
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Silver Has Mystic Powers: Silver can help kill extra-planar creatures, and hurts werewolves.
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The Atoner
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The Atoner: This is why Seelah is a paladin.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: The first few adventure paths have a Darker and Edgier tone to them that borders on mean-spirited at times (like the hillbilly rapist ogres in Rise of the Runelords), a relic from an attempt to establish Golarian as a more "adult" setting than most D&D. Later entries went for more of a "mature and nuanced" tone that tries to deal with weightier matters but not in a gratuitous shock-value way.
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Mushroom Man
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Also the Vegepygmies, engineered by the Drow so that even their vegetables could suffer. They're humanoids who were killed, infested, and turned into Mushroom Men by a virulent fungus, and the infection is contagious.
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Body Horror
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A fair amount of this turns up in Wake of the Watcher, part four of the Carrion Crown Adventure Path. It's also the one with the most Lovecraftian influence and the Body Horror is not limited just to the descriptions — at least two pieces of artwork showed it quite clearly.
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Our Demons Are Different
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Our Demons Are Different: Evil spirit creatures, collectively called fiends, are grouped into several different categories depending on alignment and/or plane of origin. Each aligned plane has a race of "true" fiends as well as at least one secondary race of lesser fiends. invoked Hell, the Lawful Evil plane, is ruled by the devils. It is also inhabited by the asuras. A third Lawful Evil race of fiends, the kytons, lives on the Plane of Shadow but has embassies in Hell. Devils are formed from the souls of evildoers, who are slowly and carefully tortured over eons until nothing remains except pain, obedience, and hate, at which point they become of the least of devils. Asuras are the twisted result of gods making mistakes, and very angry about it. Kytons are mad, twisted beings obsessed with pain, who create more of themselves by torturing people until they can't tell the difference between pain and pleasure. invoked Abaddon, the Neutral Evil plane, is ruled by the daemons. It is also the home of the divs (corrupted genies). Daemons want to kill everything, everywhere — they came into existence from different types of deaths mortals can experience, and want to destroy every soul in existence. Divs ALSO want to destroy everyone — but more, they want to destroy everything, returning everything to oblivion in service of their lord Ahriman. invoked The Abyss, the Chaotic Evil plane, is ruled by the demons. The qlippoth and demodands also dwell there. Demons are born from the sins of evil souls — and a single soul can spawn hundreds or thousands of them. Qlippoth existed before everything, were evil before evil existed, and have a loathing hatred for the souls of mortals, which created the demons that now outnumber them. Demodands are the flawed creations of the thanatotic titans, who were sealed in the Abyss after a failed attempt to defeat the gods; the titans tried to create their own life to surpass the gods, but only wound up with misshapen, but powerful, monsters. Finally, Golarion itself is home to two minor races of fiends: the rakshasas and the oni. Rakshasas are eternally reincarnating fiends with bestial aspects and bodies with one aspect reversed, which establish twisted caste systems. Oni are evil spirits whose burning hatred of humanoids causes them to incarnate as monstrously powerful examples of various races.
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Crazy-Prepared
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Generally, the easier option for dealing with trolls. Unless you're a wizard or alchemist (or just Crazy-Prepared) you probably won't have acid lying around.
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Kill the Poor
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Kill the Poor: Ileosa Arabasti in "Curse of the Crimson Throne" unleashes a plague with this goal in mind.
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Cutting Off the Branches
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Cutting Off the Branches: With the update to 2nd Edition in 2019, several adventure paths got canonical endings in order to update the setting.
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Our Dwarves Are All the Same
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Our Dwarves Are All the Same: They originated underground, tunneled their way to the surface during the Age of Darkness, and pulled humanity out of the dark ages. Otherwise pretty standard.
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Snake People
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Snake People: The serpent folk are one part an expy of Faerun's Yuan-ti and one part a Shout-Out to the serpentfolk of Conan the Barbarian and Kull.
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Irrational Hatred
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Irrational Hatred: Yamabushi Tengu really, really hate ducks for some reason.
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The Empire
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The Empire: Cheliax, in all its dark devil-worshipping glory. Fortunately still recovering from its stint as a Vestigial Empire, though.
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Royal Brat
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Queen Abrogail being a Royal Brat has been quietly retconned, since it was decided that it didn't fit with the developers' vision of Cheliax.
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Lovecraft Lite
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Lovecraft Lite: Turns up everywhere, when you scratch under the surface. Nasty elder gods, ancient non-humanoid civilizations, weird and inimical aliens, and direct references to the Mythos. The guys at Paizo love H. P. Lovecraft. The game as a whole also does not actually care about these except as thematic elements or when they are direct antagonists, and most Mythos creatures are just more monsters, no Sanity Meter to speak of.
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Critical Failure
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Critical Failure: Firearms misfire on a low attack roll. A misfire results in the weapon gaining the broken condition, which means that the weapon will more easily misfire again, and the weapon will explode on a second misfire. Fragile weapons also become broken on a natural 1 and are destroyed on a second natural 1. Any attack roll resulting in a natural 1 near a temerdaemon will hit the attacker or an ally of the attacker if a second attack roll succeeds.
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Cute Critters Act Childlike
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Cute Critters Act Childlike: Goblins are an evil version: pyromaniac big-heads who behave like psychopathic little kids. It's part of what makes them so amusing.
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Dark Is Not Evil
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Dark Is Not Evil: On the other hand, the plane right next door to the nightshades, the Plane of Shadow, is home to beings like the fetchlings and wayangs, that mostly want to be left to themselves. The Movanic Deva angel is VERY evil-looking. Svirfneblin, at first glance, seem to be gnome versions of duergar or drow, but they're usually neutral. Pseudodragons are tiny dragons that look somewhat freaky, but are Neutral Good and have catlike personalities. And, obviously, we have tieflings, the mortal descendants of fiends that can choose to embrace their heritage or completely denounce it.
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Fantasy Counterpart Culture
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Fantasy Counterpart Culture: Of the states: Absalom is Jerusalem mixed with Rhodes/Cyprus. Almhult is Iceland. Amanandar is Hong Kong writ large by way of the Eastern Roman Empirenote It was established by Taldor when Lung Wa collapsed. Andoran is the early United States. The Arcadians are Native Americans, and so are the Shoantinote though the Shoanti are also influenced by Robert E. Howard's Picts. Bachuan is, of all places in a fantasy setting, a fusion of communist China and North Korea. Brevoy is the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Cheliax can be seen as some weird form of Satan-worshipping Nazi Germany / Fascist Italy hybrid if you look at it the right (wrong) way. Druma is Switzerland. Dtang Ma is Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia. The Erutaki are Inuit. The Forest of Spirits is ancient Japan, by way of Princess Mononoke. Galt is revolutionary France. Goka is Macau fused with Singapore. Hongal and Shaguang are Mongolia. Hwanggot is Korea. Iblydos is ancient Greece. Iobaria and Irrisen are Russia, with Iobaria being 'proper' Russia and Irrisen being the fairy tale version (complete with Baba Yaga!) note Although this is more direct port than just counterpart considering that Earth exists in Pathfinder and Baba Yaga really came from Russia before invading Irrisen. 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 Darkest Africa. Ninshabur was Babylon/Assyria. Osirion is Egypt. Qadira is also Arabia (with some Persian influences). Sarusan is Australia. The Shackles are the Caribbean. Taldor is the Later/Eastern Roman Empire. Ustalav is fantasy Transylvania. Valenhall is Vinland. The Varisians are the Romani (Gypsies). The Varki are Sámi (Lapland natives). Vudra is India. The Wall of Heaven is Nepal. Xa Hoi is Vietnam. Zi Ha is Tibet. Of the deities: The faith of Iomedae comes closest to Christianity. Asmodeus is a take on Satan as depicted in Paradise Lost and The Divine Comedynote note that Asmodeus is a real-world devil, but very different from the Pathfinder version. Sarenrae's faith has Islamic and Zoroastrian influences. Shizuru and Susumu are Amaterasu and Susanoo, and Daikitsu is Inari. Sangpotshi is Buddhism. The Vudran faith is Hinduism. Namzaruum is strongly Islam-inspired. It even extends to the solar system. Aballon the Horse is Mercury. Castrovel the Green is Venus. Akiton the Red is Mars. The Diaspora is the Asteroid Belt. Liavara is Jupiter and Saturn. Bretheda is Uranus and Neptune. Aucturn is Pluto (and by Pluto we mean Yuggoth).
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Magic Knight
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Seltyiel was originally a fighter/wizard/eldritch knight. As of the release of Ultimate Magic, he's now a (presumably single-class) magus.
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Genius Loci
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Genius Loci: The Kami, introduced in Bestiary 3, are native outsiders that are literally the spirits of specific locations, like mountains and islands.
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Devil, but No God
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Devil, but No God: Asmodeus had a brother and opposite number once. He killed him. Of course, there are plenty of good-aligned deities, but none specifically modeled on the Abrahamic God.
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Unholy Matrimony
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Unholy Matrimony: Dispater rules a layer of Hell and, according to the Book of the Damned supplement, is Happily Married. The Neutral Evil church of Urgathoa also encourages this. In the Giantslayer adventure path, the villain of the first part has a lover that will attempt to get vengeance on the party in the second part if said villain is killed (which is quite likely as written).
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Ultimate Evil
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For starters, the Ultimate Evil of the setting, Rovagug, is only barely held in place by the joint efforts of Asmodeus and Sarenrae. Asmodeus, the Lawful Evil would-be omniversal tyrant, also gets to hold the threat of universal destruction over everyone else's shoulders, because he's the only one with the key to Rovagug's prison. Rovagug's "children" include the Tarrasque, the infamous and nigh-indestructible creature that likes to end civilizations when it awakens. But even that pales in comparison to Rovagug himself...
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Doorstop Baby
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Ironically, as of right now, not a single Half-Orc iconic/major NPC in Pathfinder has this origin. Oloch? Consensual, but his father stole him away and raised him as a slave. Imrijka is a Doorstop Baby, so how she came about is unknown.
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Empty Levels
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Empty Levels: Pathfinder has taken steps to avert this trope with a vengeance. Unlike 3.5, where most of the martial classes would end up having most their levels granting nothing but an attack bonus, practically every non-spellcaster class gets a class feature every level. Spellcasters, of course, get spells instead. Even spellcasters get their own unique stuff. Clerics' domains give increasing bonuses and abilities as levels go up (as opposed to D&D, where, aside from spells, the domains gave their full payout at level 1), sorcerers have their Bloodlines that keep getting better, wizards get either increasing bonuses from being specialists, or from being a balanced generalist, and Summoners gain "Evolution Points" that they can use to tweak their Bond Creature. An additional counter to the empty level issue: every level in a favored class grants one extra skill point, one extra health point, or one incremental bonus dependent on race and class (including, in some cases, extra spells or bonuses to combat maneuvers).
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We Are as Mayflies
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We Are as Mayflies: Goblins, between a short natural lifespan and a reckless disregard for tactics and fire safety, tend to clock out of life around twenty years in. Compared to the elves, dragons (and possibly gnomes depending on how entertained they are), almost everyone else is this.
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Portmantitle
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Portmantitle: Also a One-Word Title.
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Names to Run Away from Really Fast
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Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Like all fantasy settings Golarion has its fair share of these, but the names of the Spawn of Rovagug REALLY take the cake with names like "Festering Ulunat, the Unholy First", "Great Doom Chemnosit, the Monarch Worm", "The Tarrasque, Armageddon Engine", "Unyielding Kothogaz, the Dance of Disharmony", "Wrath-Blazing Xoanti, the Firebleeder", and "Volnagur the End-Singer". Also related to Rovagug, there's the name of Golarion itself to the wider universe. The other planets get poetic names like The Green or The Cradle or The Dreamer. But Golarion is The Cage.
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Heel–Face Turn
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In Legacy of Fire, a harpy named Undrella unabashedly hits on the male player character with the highest Charisma score, and though it's hidden behind euphemisms, it's quite clear that reciprocating could be very helpful to helping her make a Heel–Face Turn, especially when she shows back up in the final adventure of the path.
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Perpetual-Motion Monster
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Perpetual-Motion Monster: Undead, constructs, and most outsiders don't need food or sustenance of any kind. Even ghouls, though inflicted by a ravenous hunger, don't actually need to eat, and develop into a more powerful form if starved long enough.
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Death by Sex
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Death by Sex: Distressingly common: Harpies, being a One-Gender Race comprised solely of women, need to mate with humanoid males to propagate their race (as well as just for fun). However, they usually eat their lovers once they're done with them — indeed, it's noted that it's actually considered bad luck in standard harpy culture to not eat the father of their daughter, unless he is powerful enough that it is worthwhile not to consume him once the harpy has been fertilized. Lamias (or at least the regular, matriarch and harridan versions) are much the same, except the way it's worded implies that partners dying from exhaustion, murderous flares of temper, drug overdose or sadism taken too far is actually more common than the lamia eating her lover. Hags, again, need humanoid males to reproduce. They don't always kill their partner, though. It depends on how they feel. Especially if they think it'd be more "fun" to leave the resultant neonate hag-daughter in her daddy's care, they may well spare their unwitting mate. Jorogumos are spider-women who, again, need humanoid mates to father their offspring. They then act like wasps, in that they implant the fertilized egg(s) into the father and paralyse him with their venom; when the egg hatches, the daughter fatally eats her father for nourishment. Thriae, again, are a Cute Monster Girl race prone to eating their mates. But they're actually treated oddly sympathetically. First, only the Queens treat their consorts this way. The others form more emotional attachments. They also only do so when a lover has grown too old and feeble to reliably fertilize the Queen anymore, and they always use an anaesthetizing venom to render their former lover unconscious and devoid of pain before they begin. Finally, the consorts of Thriae queens are almost always volunteers. Ogres are a male example of this; it's been stated that they tend to rape humanoids (especially women) to death. Ogres, we'll remind you, are 10ft tall, 500 or so pound, horrifically strong, dim-witted sadists. You can put the pieces together as to what the general cause of death is. The players can actually cause this in a monster; a member of the siren race is noted in the Bestiary 2 for her tendency to commit suicide, or literally die of heartbreak, if a male she has her heart set on escapes from her whilst she's courting him.
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Transplant
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Transplant: Baba Yaga and the Great Old Ones are imported straight from their original settings. Even Cthulhu himself is mentioned as "slumbering on a distant planet".
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The Necrocracy
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The Necrocracy: The nation of Geb.
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Evil Versus Oblivion
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Evil Versus Oblivion: Asmodeus was more than willing to pull an Enemy Mine with Sarenrae and other nonevil gods to ensure Rovagug's imprisonment.
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Gameplay and Story Segregation
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Gameplay and Story Segregation: In-story, goblins have been built up as braindead idiots with no survival instinct. Rules-wise, however, they have the same Intelligence and Wisdom as the average human. Likewise, half-orcs are more often than not described as dim and brutish, with those who aren't being exceptions to the rule. By the rules, a half-orc takes no negatives to stats and takes a +2 bonus to any stat of the player's choosing. So it's entirely possible to have a half-orc with 20 intelligence or charisma right off the bat. In Blood of the Night, the vetala-born dhamphir, or ajibachana, is described as yearning for knowledge and often engaging in scholarly pursuits. They are the only dhamphir heritage that takes a penalty to their intelligence. Blood of the Moon continues the tradition with the wereshark-kin, or "seascarred" skinwalker breed, who are said to gravitate to the magus classnote which favors strength and intelligence. They take a penalty to their intelligence and receive bonuses to their wisdom and constitution, neither of which are particularly useful for a magus. They do, however, get a few unique magus arcana. A rather odd example is the Termagant Kyton, whose horrifically pregnant-looking appearance and description as a "coddling, cooing mother of nails and aberrant life", which "seeks to make all living creatures adopted members of her malformed brood" implies a role as some kind of Mook Maker and/or Monster Lord. Instead, her abilities and attacks focus on poisoning victims, being a poisonous Action Bomb, and having victims of her poison be poisonous Action Bombs in turn. Pretty much anything involving the Iconics. Stats are available to play them in level 1 games, despite many of them having backstories that should have leveled them up considerably. Furthermore, both the audio dramas and the comics portray them fighting through the first volume of Rise of the Runelords as established, if not yet famous, warriors.
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Death World
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Death World: Of all the places with sentient life, perhaps the most dangerous to human life would be Golarion's sun.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Badass Normal
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Badass Normal: Before he rose to godhood, this was Cayden Cailean in a nutshell. Extremely powerful, wandering, womanizing mercenary. Oh, and usually drunk. Became a god on a dare. While blackout drunk. Even as a god he doesn't remember how he managed to reach the Starstone, or what exactly was going on at the time. He basically woke up the next day with a terrifying hangover and godhood. Well, he still can't remember because he became the god of, among other things, alcohol. By definition, he still hasn't sobered up. Of course, any non-magic-user character that survives long enough can be considered this.
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice: What caused the aboleths' plans to use the Starstone as a Colony Drop to backfire spectacularly — two, in fact. Acavna, Azlanti goddess of the moon and war, saw the incoming Starstone and attempted to stop it, dying in the process... and then her lover Amaznen, god of magic, decided he would be Together in Death and used his life force to empower a spell that broke the aboleth control over the Starstone, making it much less lethal and inclined to fall where they wanted.
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I See Dead People
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I See Dead People: The speak with dead spell partially resurrects corpses for conversation. The Ancestor Mystery Oracle can converse with and summon the ghosts of their ancestors.
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Implacable Man
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Implacable Man: Pretty much the point of a high level samurai. They gain the ability Last Stand, which makes them basically unkillable to anyone but their mark. They take minimum damage from outside sources (except magic and Critical Hits), don't enter the dying state when they're below 0 health, and take no damage from outside physical attacks once they hit 0 health. These benefits remain until they either attack someone else, kill their foe, or die.
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Mass Resurrection
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Mass Resurrection: One monk variant has the ability to do this for all of their fallen allies in exchange for completely wiping themselves out of existence (subverting Death Is a Slap on the Wrist), making them not just Deader Than Dead, but an Un-person to the point where even their name disappears from where it was written down.
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Talking in Your Dreams
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Talking in Your Dreams: The spell dream enables a wizard or sorcerer to do this, although the communication is only one-way from the caster to the recipient.
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Jackass Genie
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Jackass Genie: Efreet are as bad at this here as they were in D&D, but the Efreeti prince Jhavhul takes the cake. Not only will he usually fulfill wishes in a maliciously twisted way, he'll force you to use two out of three wishes to help him resurrect Xotani the Firebleeder, a terribly destructive Spawn of Rovagug, for... very twisted reasons. Glabrezu demons delight in fulfilling mortal wishes in ways designed to maximize pain and grief. Wish for a loved one to come back to life, for instance, and they'll resurrect them as a vampire or some other horrific undead; if a blacksmith wishes for patronage, they'll get it in the form a tyrant who'll use their works to spread war and misery.
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An Ice Person
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An Ice Person: Several monsters are associated with ice or use ice-based weapons, including white dragons, frost giants, and some fey. For Player Characters, there are several spells that conjure ice or deal cold damage, and the ice powers are the main focus of the Winter Witch and Boreal/Rime-Blooded sorcerer bloodlines.
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The Pig-Pen
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Harpies seesaw on this trope; on the one hand, they are physically attractive, but on the other hand, they're very unhygienic and so tend to be filthy, foul-smelling, and with crooked teeth.
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Living Dinosaurs
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Living Dinosaurs: Dinosaurs exist as powerful apex predators in the primeval Realm of the Mammoth Lords and the trackless Mwangi Expanse. They serve as the most powerful animals to exist without magical backing.
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Revenant Zombie
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Revenant Zombie: These always have the goal of hunting down and killing their murderers.
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Fatal Fireworks
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Fatal Fireworks: The spell Snapdragon Fireworks, most likely inspired by the Lord of the Rings example, allows you to shoot off a tiny dragon-shaped firework each round that damages and dazzles opponents.
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Lovecraft Country
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Lovecraft Country: The description of the Lost Coast from Burnt Offerings, the first chapter of Rise of the Runelords (the first published adventure path), reads like a description of the Dunwich area. A much more explicit version of the trope is the County of Versex in Ustalav (which is otherwise the setting's main Überwald), with all notable settlements being almost direct expies of their New England equivalents. Carrion Hill and Hyannis are Dunwich, Illmarsh is Innsmouth, Rozenport is Arkham, and Thrushmoor is Kingsport.
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Fantasy Gun Control
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Fantasy Gun Control: Averted in Alkenstar, a city-state located in a region where magic doesn't function, which has encouraged the inhabitants to develop non-magical weapons and technology, including firearms. Averted harder in Numeria, where a crashed spaceship can provide access to laser guns, rocket launchers, and even more esoteric weapons, provided you can get them past the Technical League which guards their tech with murderous jealousy. Played straight most everywhere else, as most people don't see the use for loud, unreliable and hard to maintain weapons when magic can do the job. As of the Ultimate Combat supplement, there is a Gunslinger base class that specializes in them. There are also paladin, cavalier (musketeer), inquisitor, and wizard variants that use guns, as well as pair of rogue talents that lets you nab the ability to use one. Rasputin Must Die, the fifth part of the "Reign of Winter" adventure path, adds stats for real World War I Russian guns, even mustard gas. It also includes the Trench Fighter archetype for the Fighter class.
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Prehensile Hair
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Prehensile Hair: One of the Witch's possible starting powers. Bald women with this power animate their eyebrows. Men with this power use either their beard or their mustache.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Fan Service
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Fanservice: Paizo puts a lot of effort into artwork. And makes a point of featuring a lot of female NPCs and characters. Which also leads to... Fan Disservice: Urgathoa◊, Goddess of Gluttony, Disease, and Undeath. The fanservice isn't just of the sexual variety. A foreword to one of the Jade Regent adventures notes several great things about a story that combines ninjas with vikings, such as having a good excuse to paint a cover featuring ninjas fighting on a burning longboat.
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Puppeteer Parasite
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Puppeteer Parasite: Intellect devourers fulfill this role in Golarion, among others. Included are psionic beings literally called puppeteers (actually minions of Phrenic Scourges) and ammonites that animate corpses as vehicles to conquer the land. There is also a third party race of Snail People called the Zif, whose actual intelligence is a permanently bonded parasite.
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Mook Maker
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A rather odd example is the Termagant Kyton, whose horrifically pregnant-looking appearance and description as a "coddling, cooing mother of nails and aberrant life", which "seeks to make all living creatures adopted members of her malformed brood" implies a role as some kind of Mook Maker and/or Monster Lord. Instead, her abilities and attacks focus on poisoning victims, being a poisonous Action Bomb, and having victims of her poison be poisonous Action Bombs in turn.
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Money Mauling
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Money Mauling: The "Coin Shot" spell enchants three coins so that they can be thrown with all the force of a bullet. The more valuable the coin, the more damage it does.
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Demon Lords and Archdevils
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Dispater rules a layer of Hell and, according to the Book of the Damned supplement, is Happily Married.
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The Undead
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The Undead: There's even a Sorcerer Lineage, Undead Sorcerer, who had a Lich or Vampire ancestor, or was a stillbirth who spontaneously resurrected.
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Calling Your Attacks
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Calling Your Attacks: Items cursed to be "raucous" make this mandatory for the user, thus ruining stealth.
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Zettai Ryouiki
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Zettai Ryouiki: Feiya◊, the iconic witch has a Grade B version of this with a loincloth in-place of a normal skirt. Lini, the Iconic druid, does as well though it's hard to notice depending on the artist (Night of Frozen Shadows, the second part of the Jade Regent Adventure Path, has the best example of this on page 6).
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Politically Incorrect Villain
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Politically Incorrect Villain: Asmodeus, among other things, is noted several times to be a rampant misogynist. Makes sense, given that he represents the bad things that can come from order (tyranny, imperialistic militarism, ruthless enforcement of class divisions, institutionalised use of torture, etc.). Even worse is the demon lord Kostchtchie. Asmodeus only really cares about gender as it applies to other divine beings, not sparing the gender of his mortal worshipers a thought, and even then he never lets this prejudice get in the way of his plans. Kostchtchie, on the other hand, hates all female creatures with a passion; among his three commandments is that his faithful should never submit to a woman, that women exist only to pleasure men and produce warriors, and that a weak and feeble man is worth more than a strong and capable woman.
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Invoked Trope
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Invoked with the Seeded Doom Occult Ritual, which corrupts a book, artwork, or piece of music. Anyone exposed to the work or one of its copies is infected with madness or a Curse chosen by the ritualists.
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Food Chain of Evil
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Umbral dragons have the ability to interact with spectral undead as if they were corporeal creatures — a useful trait for them, as ghosts, specters, shadows and the like are their favorite source of food.
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Unwitting Pawn
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Paladins of Asmodeus do not happen. Forget you ever read that. Antipaladins of Asmodeus however, are allowed with the Insinuator and Tyrant archetypes (the latter even requires you being Lawful Evil).
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Pimped-Out Cape
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Pimped-Out Cape: The cape of the mountebank, among others.
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Cool, but Stupid
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Cool, but Stupid: Solid gold weapons! They cost 10 times as much as normal, weigh half again as much, take a penalty on damage rolls, fall apart on an attack roll of 1... but hey, they sure do look pretty! They have NO real bonuses to counteract these penalties. Except a possible circumstance bonus to Diplomacy. The flavor text says that they are only used as ceremonial weapons. Well, no use until some clever wizard or rogue works out that the weight of the gold in a solid gold weapon sometimes comes out to 20 times the cost or more, and whips out the linguistics(forgery) skill or the fabricate spell...
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Fantastic Fragility
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Fantastic Fragility: Artifacts can be destroyed only in very specific ways, for example, The Axe of Dwarvish Lords can only be destroyed if a Goblin uses it to behead a Dwarven king.
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Level Drain
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Level Drain: Averted. Undead can still inflict negative levels, but you no longer have to earn those levels back the hard way.
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Your Soul Is Mine
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The module Rasputin Must Die! has mustard gas and a monster that's a sentient cloud of it. That got that way by absorbing the souls of the people it killed. It makes zombies.
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Clingy MacGuffin
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Clingy MacGuffin: Most "cursed" magic items have this property. They can only be gotten rid of through a remove curse spell.
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Sudden Name Change
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Sudden Name Change: In Second Edition, most monsters taken from Dungeons & Dragons were either given completely new names (like phase spiders becoming ether spiders), are now being referred to by their common names instead of their proper names (sea devils instead of sahuagin, brain collectors instead of neh-thalggus), or by a new Paizo-original proper name (xulgaths instead of troglodytes). This was done to distance Pathfinder from D&D and facilitate building a multi-media franchise, as the OGL only covers Tabletop RPG products, so any names invented by Wizards of the Coast cannot be legally used in anything that is not a RPG book.
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Balkanize Me
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Balkanize Me: Many a Vestigial Empire had this happen to it as it fell apart (Ancient Osirion, Taldor, Cheliax...), but Imperial Lung Wa is the most striking example in the setting's recent history; unlike the others mentioned, which still exist in a diminished form, Lung Wa's breakup was so complete that none of its dozen successor states even claim its name, and unlike the last two times that happened to the imperial state of the Tian-Shu people there's no re-unification in sight despite more than a century passing since Lung Wa collapsed.
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Unequal Rites
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Unequal Rites: As with 3.5, Pathfinder has various ways in which this can manifest, and now has more feats that further differentiate between each type.
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Eagleland
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Of the states: Absalom is Jerusalem mixed with Rhodes/Cyprus. Almhult is Iceland. Amanandar is Hong Kong writ large by way of the Eastern Roman Empirenote It was established by Taldor when Lung Wa collapsed. Andoran is the early United States. The Arcadians are Native Americans, and so are the Shoantinote though the Shoanti are also influenced by Robert E. Howard's Picts. Bachuan is, of all places in a fantasy setting, a fusion of communist China and North Korea. Brevoy is the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Cheliax can be seen as some weird form of Satan-worshipping Nazi Germany / Fascist Italy hybrid if you look at it the right (wrong) way. Druma is Switzerland. Dtang Ma is Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia. The Erutaki are Inuit. The Forest of Spirits is ancient Japan, by way of Princess Mononoke. Galt is revolutionary France. Goka is Macau fused with Singapore. Hongal and Shaguang are Mongolia. Hwanggot is Korea. Iblydos is ancient Greece. Iobaria and Irrisen are Russia, with Iobaria being 'proper' Russia and Irrisen being the fairy tale version (complete with Baba Yaga!) note Although this is more direct port than just counterpart considering that Earth exists in Pathfinder and Baba Yaga really came from Russia before invading Irrisen. 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 Darkest Africa. Ninshabur was Babylon/Assyria. Osirion is Egypt. Qadira is also Arabia (with some Persian influences). Sarusan is Australia. The Shackles are the Caribbean. Taldor is the Later/Eastern Roman Empire. Ustalav is fantasy Transylvania. Valenhall is Vinland. The Varisians are the Romani (Gypsies). The Varki are Sámi (Lapland natives). Vudra is India. The Wall of Heaven is Nepal. Xa Hoi is Vietnam. Zi Ha is Tibet.
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Supernaturally Validated Trans Person
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Supernaturally Validated Trans Person: Shardra Geltl, the iconic Shaman, came out as a trans woman after she developed her spiritual powers (which only manifest in dwarven women).
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Charm Person
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Charm Person: A basic (1st Level) spell, with more powerful variants such as charm monster.
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Scaling the Summit
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Scaling the Summit: The Organized Play scenario #0-16 "To Scale the Dragon" sees the party scale the highest mountain in the region (nicknamed "The Dragon") to retrieve an ancient artifact hidden on its peak... then haul ass pronto, as they are chased by literally every yeti living in those mountains.
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The Legions of Hell
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The Legions of Hell include the Malebranche and just about the entire Ars Goetia!
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Magical Girl
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Magical Girl: The magical child archetype in Ultimate Intrigue is a spellcasting version of the dual-identity vigilante class. Signature abilities include an magical animal companion and a Transformation Sequence called by that name. The transformation allows the magical child to switch identities rapidly but with less subtlety:
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Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds
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Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Bodaks (also featured in D&D), zombie-like, smoke-weeping undead created from people who witnessed such horrifying scenes of evil that it permanently wounded their souls. They are misanthropic husks driven by anger and sorrow to release their pain they only way they know how-by making people look into their eyes, forcing them to witness what happened to them-which quite possibly creates another bodak. The fluff outright states that survivors often have nightmares for years simply from the fragments of the bodak's memory. Attic whisperers are the ghosts of little children animating a body formed from the detritus found in attics or basements. They formed from children left to die forgotten and alone. Their single drive in undeath is to find a friend to play with. Forever and ever and ever.
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Our Mermaids Are Different
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Our Mermaids Are Different: In addition to the standard variety, there are ningyo — nasty little mer-monkey creatures which, if killed, automatically rise as undead that are active only at night and indistinguishable from corpses during the day — and the selkies — shape-shifting seal-people who like to lure people close by acting friendly, then eat them.
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Impossibly Cool Clothes
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Impossibly Cool Clothes: How do some of those outfits even stay in place at all without double-sided tape, much less stand up to the strain of adventuring? And then there's Laori's skintight chainmail. Admittedly, she's a sadomasochist, so comfort isn't an issue, but still...
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Dracolich
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Dracolich: A particularly nasty variant called a Ravener. To become one, a dragon must be at least an ancient, and upon becoming one gets a slew of terrifying new abilities and attributes. Since their existence is sustained by a field of energy that also powers their abilities, they must regularly replenish it. What does a ravener use to replenish its power? Souls. This forces raveners to go on rampages much more frequently than dracoliches in other settings.
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Satanic Archetype
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Satanic Archetype: Asmodeus, Lord of Hell, differs from previous D&D interpretations in that he is not a fallen angel, but has always been a god in his own right, having a distinctly Cain and Abel-style relationship with his now-murdered brother, Ihys.
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Mascot Mook
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Mascot Mook: Goblins.
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Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards
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Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards: Played straight. Spellcasting classes tend to dominate the late game after spending the early game nursing single digit hit points. It should be noted that it's still significantly better about this than 3.5. Most significantly, fighters have been given unique feats that give them extremely powerful combat maneuvers and the duration of game-breaking battle spells is generally measured in rounds and had their numerical advantages severely decreased. Casters also have the option of taking the additional hit-points from their favored class.
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Vestigial Empire
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Vestigial Empire: Taldor once controlled the entire northern coast of the Inner Sea, but following the civil war that broke off Cheliax, centuries of declining fortunes, war with Kelesh, and an increasingly decadent culture, it is now a shadow of its former glory. Unsurprisingly, it was inspired by the real-world Eastern Roman Empire. Cheliax itself has fallen on hard times. After Aroden's death, the empire was taken over by devil-worshippers, prompting massive revolts that led several nations to split off from it. The dwarven Five Kings Mountains have been in a state of slow but steady decay for centuries, splintering into several city-states. Osirion has recently managed to start turning its fortunes around, but it's still a very long way from its heyday millenia ago.
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Lawful Neutral
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invoked In Champions of Balance, the typical Lawful Neutral roles are Executors, Judges, and Mechanists. The typical True Neutral roles are Agents of Balance, Fatalists, and Naturalists. The typical Chaotic Neutral roles are Impulsives, Rebels, and Saboteurs.
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Mon
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Mons: Summoners bond with eidolons, planar creatures that they can call on to fight on their behalf. There are also familiars, which are weaker but can augment a caster's power, and the animal companions of druids, rangers and hunters.
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Hellraiser (Franchise)
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The kytons (originally a single subtype of devil in D&D, now a whole distinct race of fiends) are ruled by the demagogues, who, like Zon-Kuthon, are basically Cenobites.
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game) / int_83ca946
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Exactly What It Says on the Tin
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A half-orc paladin subset, "Redeemer", focuses on doing this with monstrous creatures through various tweaks to regular Paladin abilitiesnote  They can even FORCE a (temporary) Face-turn through "Pact of Peace", a level 8 Ability that acts as a lesser geas — except for TheUndead and evil-aligned dragons and outsiders.
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Interspecies Romance
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Interspecies Romance: With all the Half-Human Hybrids and other crossbreeds running around and considering the Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action above, this happens pretty often. Though not as often as in D&D. It even shows up specifically in certain adventure paths. In Legacy of Fire, a harpy named Undrella unabashedly hits on the male player character with the highest Charisma score, and though it's hidden behind euphemisms, it's quite clear that reciprocating could be very helpful to helping her make a Heel–Face Turn, especially when she shows back up in the final adventure of the path. In Skull & Shackles, an important non-player character in the last adventure is the half-orc son of a human sailor who befriended the female orc slave-to-be being transported on the ship he had been pressganged to serving on, helped her escape, and eventually fell in love with her and settled down happily. The half-orc paladin Irabeth Tirablade, of Wrath of the Righteous, has a similar backstory, having been born to a male orc who genuinely fell in love with a human woman and abandoned his brutal culture to be with her. Besides which she's in one herself, since her wife is a pure-blooded human. In the second adventure for Reign of Winter, a potential non-player character ally is Greta, who is a female winter wolf note a race of intelligent, evil, talking white-furred wolves with frost-breath attacks and cold immunity currently transformed into a human form by the magic of her city of residence. Unlike Undrella, it's quite explicit that she's looking for romance, but a player character could eventually use this to help her to make a Heel–Face Turn. It's easier to get her interested if the PC is using a certain magic item that makes her assume they're also a transformed winter wolf, but it's possible to do so without it, and even if she is misled in the first place, she doesn't care when she finds out that her lover isn't a winter wolf. That said, it does make her especially interested in finding some way of maintaining a human form if she leaves the city.
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Ambiguously Evil
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Ambiguously Evil: Mengkare, a Gold Dragon who founded his own nation and tried to create a utopia...through eugenics and dictatorship. It even seems to be working. Paizo admits in Champions of Corruption that the reason they have never stated his Character Alignment is that they themselves can't agree on what it is. Subverted in the first Adventure Path for Second Edition, Age of Ashes, where it's revealed that he gradually fell from Lawful Good to Lawful Neutral and eventually to Lawful Evil. His eugenics program was created so he could harvest pure souls to end an avatar of Dahak, the evil god of dragonkind.
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Power Glows
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Power Glows: Paladins in Pathfinder can imbue their weapon with a divine spirit, granting it magical properties depending on level and causing it to light up like a torch. Also, many spells are highly visible when cast; even when cast silently and without gesture, a dazzling display of arcane energy still betrays a caster's presence.
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The Fair Folk
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The Fair Folk: The Fey with their home being the First World a sort of draft of the Material Plane.
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World of Snark
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World of Snark: Going by the flavor text alone, one could be forgiven for concluding that almost every single iconic character is a borderline Heroic Comedic Sociopath who speaks entirely in snarky one-liners. With the possible exceptions of Seelah and Sajan, they're sarcastic, bloodthirsty, indifferent to one another's injuries and casually consider either leaving their companions behind or actively killing them out of annoyance.
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Doing In the Wizard
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Doing In the Wizard: An odd thing to do for a Fantasy world, but the various "Dire" animals are now their prehistoric megafauna ancestors, at least nominally (many of them still have the armoured skin of their more fanciful D&D counterparts).
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Psychic Powers
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One issue of the Pathfinder Adventure Paths gives brief descriptions of the other planets in Golarion's solar system. Out of the three most heavily-populated worlds, Castrovel is pure fantasy-themed (but with Psychic Powers instead of magic), Akiton has a "science fantasy" Planetary Romance theme, and Verces is futuristic sci-fi (though presumably still aware of magic).
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Eldritch Abomination
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How exactly Dou-Bral turned evil and became Zon-Kuthon is also rather vague. According to the books he was exploring the Dark Tapestry (outer space) and ran into... something (Implied to be some kind of Eldritch Abomination, though nothing else is known about this being) that turned him insane and evil.
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Suffer the Slings
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Suffer the Slings: The bizarrely weak slings from 3rd edition D&D are carried over. The range and damage are so low that it's usually better to just throw the rock.
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Massive Race Selection
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Massive Race Selection: Whoo boy. While the Corebook has only seven race options, there are more than 50note As of this posting there are 56 distinct playable races if one considers all the books (many of which have variants and sub-races). These have been detailed in such books as Advanced Race Guide and each of the various Bestiaries, as well as a few of the Adventure Path modules and the "Blood of" and "People of" Player Companion books.
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Villain Protagonist
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Villain Protagonist: The whole point of the Hell's Vengeance AP. At the start it does note most groups will have a Token non-evil teammate, as most gods (including Asmodeus) allow neutral clerics. There's also the We be goblins modules, where the players play as goblins invading a human town to steal fireworks. Considering how pathetic goblins are, they are more likely to be viewed as Ineffectual sympathetic villains than anything else. (At one point, they have to fight an ordinary horse which can easily kill them in one hit if it gets a critical.)
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Go Mad from the Revelation
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Bodaks (also featured in D&D), zombie-like, smoke-weeping undead created from people who witnessed such horrifying scenes of evil that it permanently wounded their souls. They are misanthropic husks driven by anger and sorrow to release their pain they only way they know how-by making people look into their eyes, forcing them to witness what happened to them-which quite possibly creates another bodak. The fluff outright states that survivors often have nightmares for years simply from the fragments of the bodak's memory.
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Space Whale
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Space Whale: Oma are about as spacey and whaley as they come without getting too literal on the latter half.
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Mind Rape
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Mind Rape: The supplement Ultimate Magic introduces a whole raft of spells that can inflict this upon others. They range from murderous command (you order someone to kill the person closest to them) to malicious spite (make someone hate another person for days and work to harm them constantly) to the granddaddy of them all, prediction of failure (force someone to experience the pain and grief of every single failure and mistake they will ever make in their life, all at once, FOREVER).
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Timey-Wimey Ball
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Timey-Wimey Ball: The Return Of The Runelords Adventure Paths involves extensive time travel, especially in the latter half. The rules are never really made clear, but, in addition to historical events changing, there's also things like a library frozen in time (which the P Cs can unfreeze) and an entire city state caught in a "Groundhog Day" Loop (which the players can also fix.)
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Lawyer-Friendly Cameo
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Lawyer-Friendly Cameo: The adventure The Witchwar Legacy has a big one. One of Baba Yaga's witch-queen daughters, Tashanna, was exiled to another reality both as punishment for staging a coup against her mother and as a means to encourage her to grow into a great witch and demon-binder in her own right. The infamous Greyhawk villain Iggwilv, who received a lot of attention in Paizo's Dragon and Dungeon runs, was a member of the Circle of Eight under the alias "Tasha". "The Dead Eyes worship a one-eyed orc deity whose name is long since forgotten[...]"
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Asshole Victim
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Asshole Victim: Hunclay from The Dragon's Demand. An Evil Sorcerer who wanted to destroy the so called "Witch Tower" nearby because it blocked his view of the stars, he worked with the titular dragon and his band of kobolds to this end. Unfortunately for him, the dragon double crossed him and collapsed the tower on top of him, which the players are sent to investigate. Later in the module, they have to explore his mansion and find some disturbing experiments he did on extraplanar creatures, as well as a terrified servant who has locked himself in a closet and wont come out until he's sure his master is really dead. Alaznist is probably supposed to be this in the Rise of the Runelords campaign, and in all fairness, she has done some very horrible things over the years. (Creating the Sinspawn, for one.) Of course, when one really looks at her backstory, it's not like she was given the option of being good...
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Deliberately Painful Clothing
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Deliberately Painful Clothing: The worshipers of Zun'Kuthon, god of pain, often wear extreme versions of this kind of clothing, which is sometimes embedded in their flesh so extensively that it can't be removed without killing them. Giving and receiving pain are both considered religious experiences among them.
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Token Good Teammate
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The whole point of the Hell's Vengeance AP. At the start it does note most groups will have a Token non-evil teammate, as most gods (including Asmodeus) allow neutral clerics.
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Neutral Evil
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The Neutral Evil church of Urgathoa also encourages this.
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Neutral Good
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Sarenrae, the Neutral Good Goddess of Healing and the Sun, reserves this for those who have no interest in redemption.
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Alternate Personality Punishment
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Alternate Personality Punishment: Wealthy people who are worried about their fate in the afterlife sometimes create Shabti, Golem-like simulacra with copies of their memories, to suffer divine judgement in their place. Psychopomps try to get Shabti Rescued from the Underworld so they're not punished for their creators' misdeeds and can have lives of their own.
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Mithril
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Mithril: A holdover from D&D (and to an extent The Lord of the Rings), mithril is still shiny, still light, and still expensive.
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Our Goblins Are Different
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Our Goblins Are Different: The goblins of Golarion are dangerously stupid pyromaniacs who loathe dogs and horses (the feeling is mutual), are terrified of writing (it can steal the words out of your head!), and sing horrible merry songs about eating babies. Hobgoblins are as militaristic as the Dungeons & Dragons norm but are so universally ambitious that they can't hold an army together for long, being an entire race of Starscreams. Bugbears are psychopathic serial killers who live for the smell of fear and are unnervingly good at hiding in places nothing that huge should be able to fit — like behind your door, or under your bed. Monkey Goblins are an offshoot of regular goblins evolved for life in the jungle; they're mostly the same, but have prehensile tails. The Jade Regent adventure path introduces the Tian-regional variant known as the kijimunas, who are much more human-looking, red-headed, and much nicer than goblins. They basically live only to play pranks and to fish, and are very generous with sharing their catches, being well-known for spontaneously donating huge loads of fish to coastal villages suffering from famines. Also, they absolutely hate octopi, murdering them with the same zeal as regular goblins murder dogs and horses. The grindylows are aquatic goblins who are half-octopus from the waist down. They love octopi, but hate squids. It's worth noting that goblins (the baseline "comically evil" pyromaniac version) actually are statted to have the same range of intellect and skill as humans and are templated for use with player classes. So not only is it possible for them to be just as powerful as the PCs, mechanically they're set up to be a race where powerful, competent members would have no problem using other goblins suicidally (say, as flanking minions or to grapple PCs and hold them still for a fireball)... and the goblins being used wouldn't have a problem with it either even if you explained it. So they're not quite as harmless as the blurb implies, they're actually some of the more dangerous encounters around if a DM is inclined toward tactical play.
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National Weapon
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National Weapon: Many races, such as Elves and Gnomes and Dwarves have Weapon Proficiency or Familiarity with a small group of weapons. Also, each god has their own favored weapon like Sarenrae's love of scimitars.
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Complete Immortality
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Complete Immortality: After the release of Mythic Adventures, Tier 10 mythic characters can gain something very close to this. Take the Mythic Longevity path ability that renders them immune to aging, and their natural mythic ability Immortal means that unless they receive a Coup-de-Grace or critical hit with an artifact that kills them, they will immediately "respawn" 24 hours later. Some CR 26-30 creatures also have this. The statted versions of the Great Old Ones are immortal and can only be delayed, not killed. Bokrug is reduced to dormancy if "killed" and returns to the Dimension of Dreams to slumber for hundreds of years, Cthulhu must be "killed" twice and returns to R'lyeh until awakened again once this is done, and Hastur is returned to life if somebody dons his robes after "killing" him while otherwise he simply can't manifest a physical body again until the conditions are right. Baba Yaga possesses complete immortality. With the base mythic ability, she then removed her Death from herself. She returns after 24 hours no matter what kills her unless her Death is released back into her body first. She keeps her Death in a hidden demiplane within her Dancing Hut. A demiplane that can normally only be accessed from within the Hut and with her permission.
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A Glass of Chianti
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The illustration of the Shepherd (pictured above), a throne of bones that turns any animal seated on it into an evil, intelligent servant of the archdevil Barbatos, shows a four-horned goat reclining on it, with a flame burning between its horns and A Glass of Chianti in its hoof.
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Ret-Gone
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Ret-Gone: In-Universe, the result of using the capstone ability of a Monk of the Healing Hand — the target is restored to life, but the monk themselves is so removed from existence that even the most powerful magics in the game (wish, miracle, and outright divine intervention) cannot bring the monk back, and said monk's name is completely removed from any record in existence — it cannot be spoken by anyone, and it's erased from any written record.
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Botanical Abomination
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Botanical Abomination: Cyth-V'sug, the demon lord of fungus, parasites and disease, takes the physical form of a house-sized, animated mass of fungi, vines, tubers and rot. Depictions of him vary between showing him as a hulking, beast-like quadruped composed of rotting vegetable matter or as a flying mass of wooden claws, fangs and horns dotted with bulbous fungal "eyes" and gnarled branches, but always shrouded in miasma and swarming vermin. He used to be a qlippoth, an ancient race of Eldritch Abominations that ruled the Abyss before demons arose, before he became a demon, and thus lacks any resemblance to mortal forms or sanity in his appearance. His realm, Jeharlu, is a planet-sized mass of living fungus that feeds parasitically on any world or plane it is able to contact, corrupting them and absorbing them into itself.
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Black Blood
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Black Blood: Some people and creatures can possess black blood, which possess necromantic powers and resistance to cold. Oracles and Bloodragers for having archetypes based around this ability.
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Geometric Magic
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Geometric Magic: The various symbol spells invoke this trope. The Sacred Geometry feat, on the other hand, doesn't — it improves your spellcasting if you can solve a number puzzle.
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Moral Guardians
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Moral Guardians: In a rare actually good example of this, the exscinder archons have the ability to magically censor any text. Given that in the Pathfinder universe reading the wrong thing literally kill you, and that things like the Necronomicon and sapient, evil grimoires of fiendish origins do very much exist, such measures are not at all unreasonable.
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In the Blood
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In the Blood: Sorcerer bloodlines. The Bloatmage prestige class plays with this trope in the squickiest way possible.
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Saintly Church
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Saintly Church: Most of the churches of good-aligned deities qualify, but Sarenrae and Iomedae really stand out as examples.
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Seven Deadly Sins
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Seven Deadly Sins: Originated as the seven virtues (rewards) of rulership, formulated by an ancient emperor. His seven subordinates promptly twisted them into the more familiar sins. Some (but not all) of the sins are represented in the archdevils. Mammon embodies greed; Belial is extremely lustful; Moloch is a being of seething wrath; Baalzebul represents envy; Mephistopheles is famous for his great pride. Furthermore, there is a corresponding species of demon for each of the seven deadly sins: Dretches (sloth), shadow demons (envy), succubi (lust), nabasus as well as vrolikai (gluttony), vrocks (wrath), nalfeshnees (greed), and mariliths (pride).
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Creative Sterility
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Creative Sterility: The titans were jealous of gods' ability to create mortals, so they tried to create a race of their own to worship them. What they got were the demodands, a race of twisted, fiendish mockeries.
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Wendigo
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Wendigo: Very powerful evil spirits in the setting, straight from the most terrifying native myths.
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Kill It with Fire
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Kill It with Fire: Sarenrae, the Neutral Good Goddess of Healing and the Sun, reserves this for those who have no interest in redemption. Generally, the easier option for dealing with trolls. Unless you're a wizard or alchemist (or just Crazy-Prepared) you probably won't have acid lying around. On the other hand, while it isn't as bad as in 3e, fire is the most common immunity.
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Stay in the Kitchen
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Amiri, the iconic Barbarian was a typical tomboy, before her people, embarrassed by her skills at killing things despite being a woman, tried to get her killed. She murdered the group sent to cause her death in a blood rage and now she's forever exiled from her homeland.
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Character Alignment
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Character Alignment: invoked Uses the "good-neutral-evil" and "law-neutral-chaos" system, much like its predecessor. With the "Champions of..." Player Companions, they have a bit of a more "in-depth" look at the typical alignments. invoked In Champions of Purity, the typical Lawful Good roles are governmental Builders, evil hunting Crusaders, and Guardians. The typical Neutral Good roles are Healers, Mediators, and Redeemers. The typical Chaotic Good roles are Activists, Freedom Fighters, and Vigilantes. invoked In Champions of Balance, the typical Lawful Neutral roles are Executors, Judges, and Mechanists. The typical True Neutral roles are Agents of Balance, Fatalists, and Naturalists. The typical Chaotic Neutral roles are Impulsives, Rebels, and Saboteurs. invoked In Champions of Corruption, the typical Lawful Evil roles are manipulative Despots, evil-serving Minions, and Swindlers. The typical Neutral Evil roles are Annihilists, egotistical Narcissists, and Psychopaths. The typical Chaotic Evil roles are Devotees, Furies, and Hedonists.
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Acid-Trip Dimension
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Acid-Trip Dimension: Limbo/the Maelstrom, a holdover from D&D, is a chaotic and ever-shifting realm of constant inconstancy manifesting as a dimension-sized vortex of constantly forming, eroding and mutating debris and chunks of landscape. Also the First World, the home of the Fey and the original blueprint for the material plane, whose laws of physics, such as they are, were haphazardly stitched together out of every possibility the gods considered and discarded while making the world.
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Amazing Technicolor Population
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Amazing Technicolor Population: Gnomes come in a wide variety of colors. Some fall within the normal range of human skin color, while others are green, blue, or orange.
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Reimagining the Artifact
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Reimagining the Artifact: The whole idea behind some of the Bestiaries; in particular, "Misfit Monsters Redeemed" reimagines some of the most bizarre creatures of the Gygax-era bestiaries.
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Land of Faerie
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Land of Faerie: The First World.
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Our Vampires Are Different
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Our Vampires Are Different: There are several vampire offshoots. Each, notably, has a unique way of resisting Final Death. The ancient, sterile Nosferatu. The bestial, plague-bearing Vrykolakas. The memory-eating Vetala. And the hopping, Life Energy-drinking Jiang-Shi.
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The Gunslinger
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The Gunslinger: Available by name as a new class in Ultimate Combat which allows you to be a Wild West hero with Gun Fu. They use "grit" points to fuel their Improbable Aiming Skills, and regain grit by being cool.
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Animals Hate Him
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Animals Hate Him: The goblins, as a race, particularly by dogs and horses. The feeling is mutual.
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Gorgeous Garment Generation
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Gorgeous Garment Generation: The rod of splendor garbs its wielder in magical noble's clothing — the finest fabrics, plus adornments of furs and jewels, worth 7,000-10,000 gold pieces. This particular item is a holdover from 3.5.
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The Revolution Will Not Be Civilized
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The Revolution Will Not Be Civilized: Galt has been stuck in the "Reign of Terror" phase of its revolution for about half a century now, with no end in sight. Lynch mobs surrounding the mysterious, and politically powerful, Grey Gardeners crop up monthly to make a bloody example of whomever has fallen out of the crowd's favor. To add insult to injury, the souls of those executed remain imprisoned in their guillotine blades.
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Grumpy Old Man
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Grumpy Old Man: Erastil, God of Farming, Hunting, Trade and Family: cranky, conservative and reactionary... and Lawful Good.
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Blind Seer
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Blind Seer: The Oracle character class can select this as their Curse, severely limiting their normal eyesight but gaining the Darkvision special ability to compensate.
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Dumb Muscle
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Dumb Muscle: A few NPCs fit this mold. Auchs from Kingmaker is a villainous Psychopathic Manchild, while Owlbear Hartshorn in Skull and Shackles is a potential ally and a bit of a Woobie. The player can also be one of these.
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Ascended Extra
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Ascended Extra:While Paizo has created creatures and races of their own, and have used plenty of favorites from Wotc's library, much of their world is rounded out with more obscure D&D races. Most notably, Aboleths largely take the place of Illithids.
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Scaled Up
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Scaled Up: The Form of the Dragon spell lets it's users take the form of a dragon. It's only available to high level wizards and sorcerers, making it the kind of thing that might be given to a main antagonist. But there's nothing actually stopping the PCs from doing this as well, especially draconic bloodline sorcerers who get the spell for free, making it ideal for a climax.
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Scarab Power
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Scarab Power: The Scarab Sages are an Ancient Tradition of Egyptian-inspired priests and wizards who seek the ancient secrets to create a better future. They picked the scarab as their symbol to invoke wisdom and ancient power.
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Beneath the Earth
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Beneath the Earth: The world beneath is known as the Darklands and draws inspiration from pulp fiction of the early 1900s, such as Edgar Rice Burroughs's Pellucidar. It's divided into three "layers"—the uppermost is home to fairly normal humanoids like goblins and dwarves, the middle layer is home to more reclusive races like the dark elves, and the deepest pits are artificial Vaults, vast terrariums which may be Lost Worlds or the homes of unspeakable horrors.
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Left-Justified Fantasy Map
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Left-Justified Fantasy Map: Partially averted, the areas that have been detailed so far are Avistan — a rough Europe analogue, Garund — an equally wild and varied Africa analogue, and the western region of Casmaron — roughly equivalent to the Middle East and Central Asia. More Recently, Tian Xia, an analogue of eastern Asia, has been detailed as well. Arcadia (an American analogue) has been mentioned, but not detailed yet. Ditto for Vudra, the southeastern part of Casmaron, which is basically the Indian subcontinent.
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Planetary Romance
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Planetary Romance: The other worlds in Golarion's star system are designed to facilitate this.
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Prestige Class
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Prestige Class: Pathfinder does offer a wide selection. Unlike the game from which it sprang, however, there are also generous rewards for players who abstain from a Prestige Class and set out to attain high levels in a base class, and the archetype class modifications make it easier to specialize without having to take a prestige class.
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Non-Human Head
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Non-Human Head: Rakshasas, as per D&D, have animal heads, and sometimes fur and tails, but with a greater diversity in which species they appear than just tigers. For instance, Vimanda Arkona has that of a fox. With the Rakshasa bloodline, a player sorcerer can become one, too, though you don't have to be as evil as they are.
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Alternate History
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Alternate History: The Rasputin Must Die! module in the Reign of Winter is basically a take on what events during World War I could have been like if magic and other supernatural elements were involved.
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And I Must Scream
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And I Must Scream: The drow love doing this to their captives via fleshwarping magic, turning them into tortured, barely sentient abominations for their amusement. Captured elves have it particularly bad — their fleshwarped forms, the irnakurses, are tortured, horrific tree-like masses of twisted flesh and broken bones, wracked with pain and barely able to move. Drow usually stick them in jars of nutrient fluids and put them around their palaces as permanent decorations. The fate of demon lords who are Killed Off for Real is to be permanently stuck in the walls of the Rifts of Repose, fossilized but still conscious and unable to do anything. Unless Nocticula killed them; then they instead become an island in her domain.
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Familiar
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Familiar: Wizards, witches, and default sorcerers have the automatic option of gaining one of these. Wizards can choose to establish an "arcane bond" with either a living familiar or an inanimate object, such as a magic amulet, weapon, or wand. Only one type of sorcerer gets this bonding ability. Witches, however, MUST have a familiar, which acts as a link to the mysterious patrons that grant witches their magical power. Several other spellcasting classes has familiars (only familiars, those with something like the item bonding tend to do it for specific, restricted types of item) as a possible class feature, and a feat chain can allow anyone with strong enough will to get a familiar.
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Unholy Nuke
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Unholy Nuke: The Talisman of Ultimate Evil. In the hands of an Evil High Priest it could be used to open a flaming crack at the feet of a Good priest and send him or her to the center of the planet
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Deliberate Values Dissonance
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Deliberate Values Dissonance: Andoran's democratic government and opposition to slavery are seen as naive and absurd even by other good factions.
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Bond Creatures
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Even spellcasters get their own unique stuff. Clerics' domains give increasing bonuses and abilities as levels go up (as opposed to D&D, where, aside from spells, the domains gave their full payout at level 1), sorcerers have their Bloodlines that keep getting better, wizards get either increasing bonuses from being specialists, or from being a balanced generalist, and Summoners gain "Evolution Points" that they can use to tweak their Bond Creature.
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Hell-Fire
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Hellfire: Made by devils, its damage is half fire and half (unholy) divine energy, meaning that being fireproof is not protection enough.
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Hellgate
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Wrath of the Righteous: Attack on crusader city during a holy day -> Plot to turn magical defenses against crusaders and enslave them -> Attempt to cause the Worldwound to increase in size, drawing much of Golarion within its influence.
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Master Poisoner
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Master Poisoner: A number of classes such as rogues, assassins and ninjas are proficient poisoners, but it's the Alchemist who can really exploit poison. Alchemists who specialize enjoy complete immunity, reduced creation time and costs, and design poisons that contaminate the weapon longer and are more difficult to resist.
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Plague Doctor
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Plague Doctor: A module features the "Queen's Physicians", who dress like this.
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Sticky Situation
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Sticky Situation: Aside from the webs of giant spiders, the Adherants are covered in extremely sticky fibers that can potentially trap any melee weapon used on it, and any barehanded attack risks leaving the attacker stuck to the monster. The Flail Snail can also leave a trail of glue-like mucus behind it.
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Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!
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Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: The rivals of a famous athlete named Kurgess set a trap to kill him in the arena. It worked, but his death protecting the other competitors was so awesome it ultimately resulted in him ascending to godhood.
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Living Shadow
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Living Shadow: The spell shadow projection allows you to make your own shadow into this. The sceaduinar, the native inhabitants of the plane of negative energy, which lies at the core of the Plane of Shadow, are a variation of this, being crystallized manifestations of the destroying energies of the plane. They are quite hostile to all living, and unliving, creatures.
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Expert in Underwater Basket Weaving
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Expert in Underwater Basket Weaving: Characters can invest in Craft and Profession skills, many of which are so specific and so orthogonal to the adventuring trade that they're only of use to NPCs or in particular acts of Item Crafting. The Unchained expansion lets characters gain even more specialized expertise in those skills.
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Transgender
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Transgender: Shardra Geltl, a Iconic Dwarven Shaman from the Advanced Class Guide who is also playable in the card game. She is a rivethun, a dwarf who "gained great power from embracing the disjunction between their bodies and souls". Travelling with her tuatara companion, she is adept at searching for treasure. You can read about her here.
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Wizarding School
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Wizarding School: Many of these: the Arcanamirum in Absalom, the Acadamae in Varisia, the Ebon Mausoleum in Geb, and the various arcane colleges in the Magocracy of Nex.
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Setting Update
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Setting Update: With the change from 1st Edition to 2nd Edition in 2019, the Golarion setting was updated, moving the calendar for the setting forward a few years and declaring canonical endings for several of its adventure paths, with those endings influencing the new setting.
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Fate Worse than Death
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Fate Worse than Death: Do NOT get captured alive by drow in this setting. If, on the other hand, Zon-Kuthon worshippers kindly invite you to a party in your honor, you should probably politely decline even though there is certainly going to be really good food and drink.
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Omnicidal Maniac
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Omnicidal Maniac: Rovagug, who wants the end of the entire universe. Then there's the daemons who certainly look this way to anyone on the outside. The fire giants: any action they take, constructive or destructive, according to their religion, brings the day closer when their God uses the Sword of Twilight to smash reality, causing the world to never have existed.
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Retcon
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Retcon: Seltyiel was originally a fighter/wizard/eldritch knight. As of the release of Ultimate Magic, he's now a (presumably single-class) magus. In the first edition of the campaign setting guidebook, the world map showed Golarion's polar ice cap bordering the entire northern expanse. Later on, the dev team realized that unless Golarion was in an ice age, the ice cap was way too far south, and changed it so that the only large bit of ice on Avistan's northern border was a single large glacier. Likewise, the Five Kings Mountains (the dwarven homeland) were originally listed as belonging to the human nation of Druma until the third edition of the campaign setting book gave it a separate entry as a sovereign land. Paladins of Asmodeus do not happen. Forget you ever read that. Antipaladins of Asmodeus however, are allowed with the Insinuator and Tyrant archetypes (the latter even requires you being Lawful Evil). Inner Sea Gods compiles all articles written about the twenty core gods from Gods of Golarion, Faiths of Purity, Faiths of Balance, Faiths of Corruption, and various adventure path modules. But Inner Sea Gods also changes many details from these articles that the developers have backpedalled on; for instance, in Gorum's article in War of the River Kings, there is mention of growing tensions between him and Pharasma, who is otherwise stated to be the one god that none of the other gods cross. In Inner Sea Gods, this is changed to growing tensions between Gorum and Urgothoa. There was a period during which only nobles being allowed beards and Sarenrae being banned in Taldor was outright retconned out by Word of God, although between Inner Sea Races and Taldor, the First Empire they were brought back as things that had been the case once, but have not been true for some time (and Taldor have a habit of 'forgetting' embarrassing things like that in its histories). There is no evil counterpart to the Pathfinder Society in Cheliax called the Darklight Sisterhood. Queen Abrogail being a Royal Brat has been quietly retconned, since it was decided that it didn't fit with the developers' vision of Cheliax. Beastiary 1 said that Satyrs were also called Fauns. Beastiary 3 established Fauns as a separate but related creature, and furthermore stated that both Satyrs and Fauns were annoyed by the confusion. Second Edition's bestiary mentions that Ratfolk's own ethnonym is "Ysoki". The previous edition and Starfinder repeatedly state that's (at the time of Pathfinder) only the name of the Ratfolk on Akiton, who may not even be directly related to the ones on Golarion.
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Dhampyr
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Dhampyr: By name, balanced as a playable race by watering down the strengths and weaknesses full blooded vampires would have. Bonus points for including a racial archetype that lets you basically play as Blade.
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Lord of the Ocean
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Lord of the Ocean: There are two main sea gods, both known for their tempestuous and fickle natures: Gozreh takes this role in his female incarnation as the goddes of the sea (as opposed to her male incarnation as the god of the sky); as the ruler of the seas, she's depicted as a woman with sea-green hair whose lower body is a pillar of roiling water. Being the god of the seas in one incarnation and of winds and storms in the other, Gozreh is worshipped by most people who make their living in or on the water, especially fishermen, merchants and sailors, and favors the trident as a weapon. While the cult of Gozreh is well-established and predominant in the continents of Avistan and Casmaron, the people of Tian Xia worship Hei Feng, the god of sea and storms.
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Science Fantasy
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Science Fantasy: Strongly on the fantasy end of things, but some species of aberration are creatures from outer space. The illustrations, by-and-large, have a more Renaissance feel to them than Medieval, and some look outright like early Steampunk. For obvious reasons, no one has complained about this. The economy of Numeria (featured in the "Iron Gods" adventure path) revolves entirely around plunder extracted from mountain-sized chunks of a crashed starship, with robots, cybernetic implants, powered armor, pharmaceuticals, and laser guns all found there. The reason this technology hasn't spread is due to the surrounding inhabitants — the justifiably superstitious Kellid barbarians, who consider the alien ruins taboo after suffering some spectacular disasters among them, and the power-hungry Technic League, who jealously hoard all the scientific secrets they can find. The Technology Guide, which features many of these gadgets, also includes feats and rules that allow characters to tinker with alien tech like they would with magic items, even converting magical energy for technological use and vice versa. One issue of the Pathfinder Adventure Paths gives brief descriptions of the other planets in Golarion's solar system. Out of the three most heavily-populated worlds, Castrovel is pure fantasy-themed (but with Psychic Powers instead of magic), Akiton has a "science fantasy" Planetary Romance theme, and Verces is futuristic sci-fi (though presumably still aware of magic). The Alkenstar/Mana Wastes region, due to its inherent magic-screwing properties, meanwhile, has developed the first firearms to compensate. They're mostly seen as noisy, impractical and onerous curios elsewhere. "Reign of Winter" actually has the PCs travel to two alien planets. One of them being Earth
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Colony Drop
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Colony Drop: Caused ten thousand years ago by the aboleths to punish their uppity human pawns. Resulted in a thousand years of darkness and a Class Two dieback of surface civilization. The Starstone also turned out to be very powerful on its own right, including the ability to elevate mortals to GODHOOD, four times actually. Though the Aboleth were not aware of its real nature, so this was not intentional...at least from the point of view of the Deep Masters.
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The Worm That Walks
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The Worm That Walks: Hive Minded piles of vermin formed when a particularly evil spellcaster clings to life by possessing the scavenging creatures — usually worms or maggots — eating its corpse.
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Take That!
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Take That!: The 2E bestiary notes that the fact that Cave Bears live in caves should be obvious from the name, doubtless a shot at the infamous "Bear lore".
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Too Dumb to Live
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In-story, goblins have been built up as braindead idiots with no survival instinct. Rules-wise, however, they have the same Intelligence and Wisdom as the average human.
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Elixir of Life
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Elixir of Life: The sun orchid elixir will restore its drinker's physical age to that of its species' young adults, allowing potentially unending life if drunk once every few decades. Because of this, and because the secret of its making is a closely kept secret and sun orchids are vanishingly rare, it's far and away the most expensive and desired product in Golarion.
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Our Ogres Are Hungrier
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Our Ogres Are Hungrier: They're sickeningly horrifying embodiments of brain-damaged inbred hillbillies. Distantly related are the bugganes, a race of 9-foot tall molerat people who share their ogre-cousin's brutality, but combine it with a frightful capacity for stealth and persistent hunting.
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Evil Is Deathly Cold
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Evil Is Deathly Cold: The kingdom of Irrisen was conquered by the immortal Wicked Witch Baba Yaga, who placed it under a spell of eternal winter. The "Reign of Winter" Adventure Path involves her daughter trying to spread it over the whole planet.
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Griping About Gremlins
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Griping About Gremlins: An entire subset of tiny, malicious fey.
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Moral Dissonance
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Moral Dissonance: A big example among fans: In Wrath of the Righteous part 5, Iomedae summons the PCs to her realm to tell them she needs them to help rescue her herald from the Abyss. Then, for some reason, she forces the players to answer some questions to prove themselves (even if they have been nothing but loyal so far) and if they answer wrong she blasts them with massive sonic damage. And any characters who object to this she magically renders mute for life. Not only is this rather unbecoming of a supposedly Lawful Good deity, but it also opens some Plot Holes of its own (such as the aforementioned oddness of having to "test" the PCs despite having them working for her for the past four books as well as making you wonder if she can summon people across planar boundaries, what keeps her from just summoning her herald back? Sarenrae is never referred to in anything but a positive light and presented as unambiguously Good, but she tends to have some of the most unpleasantly militarist followers outside of Hell's employ. Notable actions include attempting to slaughter or forcibly convert any believers in the Osiriani gods to gain more power for her as well as actively hunting down possible infant incarnations of a messiah among the oppressed peoples of Casmaron (King Herod-style), and it's stated that they hate all undead, even good ones.
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Rage Against the Heavens
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Rage Against the Heavens: Primary motive of the asuras, constantly reincarnating beings born from divine mistakes. They're actually quite Affably Evil, possessing little in the way of greed and quite sagely about reality. Doesn't mean they don't fight dirty-these guys are next-door neighbors to devils.
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Obvious Rule Patch
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Obvious Rule Patch: Many, but most notably, Energy Drain is now no longer permanent (generally). Thus, energy draining undead are no longer massively broken relative to their challenge rating. While the drowning rules lost their infamous ability to heal subjects at negative HP, there are still no rules to stop drowning.
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Summon Magic
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Summon Magic: Conjurers are a school of Wizards who specialize in conjuration, magic that creates matter from nothing or summons creatures. The Summoner is a base class that forgoes all magic but conjuration. Summoners also summon "Eidolons" from the realms beyond the material plane in arcane rituals lasting a minute or so, a la Final Fantasy.
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Knife Nut
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Knife Nut: "Never the sharpest knife in the drawer, as the saying goes, Merisiel [the iconic rogue] has learned to make up for this by carrying at least a dozen of them on her person."
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Glass-Shattering Sound
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Glass-Shattering Sound: The shatter spell.
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Child by Rape
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Child by Rape: Pathfinder, being Darker and Edgier than Dungeons and Dragons played up this aspect of Half-Orcs, something that the game's designers have defended as emphasizing both the darker nature of their setting and the innate heroism of half-orc player characters. That said, there are at least two named half-orc NPCs in two separate adventure paths who were born of consensual encounters; a male half-orc pirate in Skull & Shackles who was born to a human man and the female orc he befriended and helped escape, and Irabeth Tirablade, a female half-orc paladin born to a male orc that abandoned his people's evil ways to marry a human woman. Ironically, as of right now, not a single Half-Orc iconic/major NPC in Pathfinder has this origin. Oloch? Consensual, but his father stole him away and raised him as a slave. Imrijka is a Doorstop Baby, so how she came about is unknown. The Player's Guide to the Carrion Crown adventure path doesn't quite spell it out, but mentions that "the residual bloodlines caused by generations of orc attacks on human settlements still pop up in even the most prestigious of families." Since those attacks happened a thousand years ago, one can imagine the scale required for them to still have a genetic impact now... Ogrekin are also assumed to be universally born from this, as Pathfinder ogres are monstrously sadistic 10-foot-tall+ inbred hillbillies who no sane human-sized person would ever want to mate with.
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Anthropomorphic Transformation
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Anthropomorphic Transformation: The "Anthropomorphic Animal" spell temporarily or permanently transforms an animal into a humanoid version of itself, complete with prehensile limbs, the intelligence of a (very dim) human, and the power of speech.
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Phantom Zone Picture
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Phantom Zone Picture: The mirror of life trapping, which can imprison multiple victims who look into it.
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Genius Bruiser
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Genius Bruiser: Despite being more brutish-looking than their female counterparts, male Lashunta are notably the first canon race that has a bonus to both Strength and Intelligence. The other are the "scaleheart", or werecrocodile-kin skinwalker breed, which are noted for their violent tendencies.
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Knight Templar
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Knight Templar: The Hellknight orders of Cheliax, which can be effectively summarized as Judge Dredd in fullplate.
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Berserk Button
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Berserk Button: If you meet a jyoti, do NOT talk about the sceaduinar.
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In a Single Bound
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In a Single Bound: When Rushing, the Tarrasque's jump is practically Not Quite Flight.
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Our Elves Are Better
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Our Elves Are Better: They have Monochromatic Eyes, and their primary goddess is one of lust, trickery, and revenge. Otherwise also pretty standard. They bailed on the planet during the Age of Darkness, only returning en masse within the past few millennia when a demon took over part of their ancestral homeland. Their "ruling class" apparently lives off-world through special "Elfgates" of which few truly still function, and the species as a whole originates from this otherworldly homeland. Also, they're Aliens, hailing from an isolated continent on the lush jungle covered planet of Castrovel. Those elves who are raised outside "proper" elven society are called Forlorn, "maladjusted" souls who live their lives as hard as humans and tend to be more somber than most of their kin on account of always outliving their friends. Elves who fall too far into wickedness become drow.
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Minor Crime Reveals Major Plot
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Minor Crime Reveals Major Plot: Every Adventure Path turns out to be this, in some way. Rise of the Runelords: Goblin attack on a small town -> Plot to resurrect evil tyrant that has been dead for millenia. Legacy of Fire: An astrologer dies to a mysterious fire -> Mad genie and its minions try to steal an Eldritch Abomination's power. Kingmaker: Nation offers a group of adventurers a chance to forge their own kingdom -> Mad faerie plans to steal a large chunk of Golarion to attract her former lover's attention. Carrion Crown: Accidental death of a doctor -> Attempt to bring back a powerful lich. Skulls & Shackles: People get shangaied to work on a pirate ship -> Cheliaxian plot to take over a pirate nation. Iron Gods: Flame that fuels Torch's industry gets stolen -> Mad AI tries to become a god. Wrath of the Righteous: Attack on crusader city during a holy day -> Plot to turn magical defenses against crusaders and enslave them -> Attempt to cause the Worldwound to increase in size, drawing much of Golarion within its influence.
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Perky Goth
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Perky Goth: Laori, an NPC in Curse of the Crimson Throne, who is really quite incongruously cheerful for a cleric of the god of darkness and suffering.
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Lost World
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Lost World: The Vaults of Orv in the lowest levels of the Darklands are these.
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Gnomes, as a result of their fey heritage, tend to have hair in bright shades of green, blue, purple and fiery scarlet.
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Youkai
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Youkai: Lots. As per Paizo's love for obscure mythical creatures, Bestiaries 3 and 4 as well as the Jade Regent campaign detail many obscure ones like jimenju, sagari, umibozu, and aoandon.
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Murder Into Malevolence
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Murder Into Malevolence: Zig-zagged. Most forms of The Undead force a Character Alignment change to evil, but ghosts might retain their original personality and alignment in death; the rules only note that a death traumatic enough to cause someone to linger as a ghost might also drive the victim to evil.
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Blonde, Brunette, Redhead
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Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Magdh, an Eldest of the fae, is all three.
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Kicking Ass in All Her Finery
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Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: Falayna, an Empyreal Lord, is practically the patron saint of kicking ass and looking good doing it. She herself is described as a beautiful woman who wears gleaming silver armor, silk robes, and an incredible number of colorful jeweled rings on her fingers. Her followers are likewise encouraged to embrace feminine beauty and train for battle at the same time.
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Samurai
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Samurai: Introduced in Ultimate Combat, the samurai is a cavalier sub-class. Rather than forcing the player to play a Dual Wielding Screaming Warrior like the 3.5 samurai, the Pathfinder samurai can choose its focus (mounted combat, archery, or, yes, katana).
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Dragon Rider
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Dragon Rider: The Dragon Legion of the planet Triaxus, which consists primarily of natives who form bonds with the (relatively) small, weapon-using Dragonkin.
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A Nazi by Any Other Name
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One of the more powerful nations in the setting, Cheliax, are diabolistic human supremacists that intend to subjugate the world in the name of Asmodeus.
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Ill Girl
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Ill Girl: In Seven Days To The Grave there is a girl named Brienna Soldado who is suffering from Blood Veil and will die within a few days if not cured. The picture alone is a Tear Jerker.
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Standard Fantasy Setting
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Standard Fantasy Setting: The core rulebooks present the setting like this. People can design their own campaigns however they wish, so a basic template is handy. The world of Golarion however diverges from this and moves more into the realm of a blend of standard fantasy and pulp novels.
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Kaiju
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Kaiju: Achaekek the Mantis God (one of the few gods with stats) qualifies, as do the Spawn of Rovagug — unique gigantic monstrosities that are the spawn of the Rough Beast Rovagug, god of destroying the world. The Tarrasque is just the most famous of the Spawn. Other gigantic, high-power monsters can be considered this, like Mu spores, behemoths, krakens... A kaiju template, inspired by high-powered Japanese movie monsters like Godzilla and Gamera, was scheduled for appearance in Bestiary 3, but it was cut because it would have been eight pages long. Paizo held off on releasing it until they got mythic rules (ie, rules for playing near-demigods) ironed out, so it didn't appear until Bestiary 4. However, they made a change. Rather than a template, it was Actual Kaiju. First, there's Agyra the Forever Storm, a massive two-headed pterodactyl that can spit lightning bolts from each head, create a hurricane, and produces sonic booms when she flies and top speed. Bezravnis, known as the Inferno Below, resembles a monstrous, distorted three-tailed scorpion whose powers include throwing webbing that constricts on its prey until it's crushed to death and firing heat rays from each stinger. Finally, Mogaru the Final King is a twin-tailed, energy-absorbing, Breath Weapon-wielding saurian creature.
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Ninja
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Ninja: Introduced in Ultimate Combat as an alternative version of the rogue class (which had the potential to be pretty ninjariffic already). The "proper" ninja is focused more on stealth and less on general trickery, and uses ki energy to fuel supernatural powers.
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Offscreen Moment of Awesome
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Offscreen Moment of Awesome: By necessity, any canon ending to the events of the adventure paths is this, but the writers seem to have chosen the coolest possible outcomes. For instance, judging by the wording, the adventurers in Reign of Winter seem to have accomplished the near-impossible task of defeating Elvanna non-lethally.
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Fan Disservice
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Fan Disservice: Urgathoa◊, Goddess of Gluttony, Disease, and Undeath.
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Human Sacrifice
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Human Sacrifice: A tradition among the evil religions, though the particulars can vary. The Demonic Obedience for Lamashtu for instance involves sacrificing a life that is younger than 4 weeks old.
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ElvesVsDwarves
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Elves vs. Dwarves: Consciously averted. Elves actually are really good neighbors with Dwarfs in this setting due to both being fairly isolationist. According to one sourcebook this is because "good fences make good neighbors". Lead designer James Jacobs explained that it's because Elves vs. Dwarves is a prominent trope in Forgotten Realms, and Paizo wanted to avoid comparisons between the two settings. Apparently played straight as of the Advanced Race Guide, which includes character options for both elves and dwarves which divide up their favored enemy bonuses between the standard orcs... and each other, thanks to the usual ancient grudge.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: Has its own page.
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Made of Indestructium
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Made of Indestructium: Major artifacts need to be destroyed by fantastic means. A different, and always difficult, method is needed for each one. No conventional attempts can harm them. Pathfinder owes this trope to one of its inspirations through a long line of descent.
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Magic Music
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Magic Music: The Bard character class is built upon this.
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Undead Child
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Undead Child: Attic whispers (which are formed from the spirits of children who died of neglect) and drekavacs (formed from children who died of disease).
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Messianic Archetype
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Messianic Archetype: Ihys, brother of Asmodeus and the first god along with him. Besides his name being apparently taken from the Christogram, he actually combines Jesus and Prometheus into one savior archetype. He created mortals and then granted them free will out of sympathy, before being murdered for it by Asmodeus with a spear that remains a holy relic (i.e., the Spear of Destiny).
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Corrupt Corporate Executive
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Corrupt Corporate Executive: Pretty much the entire leadership of the Lumber Consortum
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Word of God
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There was a period during which only nobles being allowed beards and Sarenrae being banned in Taldor was outright retconned out by Word of God, although between Inner Sea Races and Taldor, the First Empire they were brought back as things that had been the case once, but have not been true for some time (and Taldor have a habit of 'forgetting' embarrassing things like that in its histories).
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: As of Bestiary 4, you can! And Hastur and Bokrug, too! True, they're just knocked unconscious and sent back into their cans, and Hastur and Cthulhu have nasty tricks that allow them to revive instantly if you're not cautious (the former tries to trick you into putting on his robes so he can use you as a last-minute gateway back, and the latter reforms, though badly dazed and you can only prevent him from coming at you again if you get him again while he's dazed), but "knocking out" when you don't actually lose anything to them inherently is definitely this trope.
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game) / int_cc4d190a
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Killed Off for Real
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The fate of demon lords who are Killed Off for Real is to be permanently stuck in the walls of the Rifts of Repose, fossilized but still conscious and unable to do anything. Unless Nocticula killed them; then they instead become an island in her domain.
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The Magocracy
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The Magocracy: The two most prominent examples are the nations of Nex and Geb. The former nation focuses on standard magic (like evocation and transmutation), while the latter is a necrocracy focusing almost exclusively on necromantic magic.
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Steampunk
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Steampunk: Details for steampunk elements are included in the Gamemastery Guide along with a lot of other, more unusual aspects for DMs to use in their campaigns at their own discretion.
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game) / int_cf7bd78d
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One-Word Title
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One-Word Title: Also a Portmantitle.
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Enthralling Siren
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The players can actually cause this in a monster; a member of the siren race is noted in the Bestiary 2 for her tendency to commit suicide, or literally die of heartbreak, if a male she has her heart set on escapes from her whilst she's courting him.
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Alchemy Is Magic
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Alchemy Is Magic: The alchemist is a base class introduced in the Advanced Player's Guide. It focuses on infusing chemical reagents with magical energy, creating potions, poisons, mutagens, and incendiaries. Its ultimate (20th-level) ability is the "grand discovery", which can take numerous forms, including immortality or the creation of a philosopher's stone. The Ultimate Magic splatbook adds more Discoveries, many with a Body Horror and Mad Scientist vibe. Also lots of Herbert West shout-outs.
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Schmuck Bait
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If, on the other hand, Zon-Kuthon worshippers kindly invite you to a party in your honor, you should probably politely decline even though there is certainly going to be really good food and drink.
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Our Ghouls Are Creepier
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Our Ghouls Are Creepier: If they can curb their appetite they look like chalk-white, hairless, red-eyed elves, perfectly "fresh" and even beautiful at times. But if they indulge their hunger for flesh, they putrefy and start rotting away as new meat replaces the old...
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Our Monsters Are Weird
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Our Monsters Are Weird: Many of the classic weird D&D monsters reappear. Notably, the flavor text often comes up with fairly sensible explanations for them. For instance, the infamous flumph is a Lawful Good Eldritch Abomination acting as a defense against more evil aligned ones, the carbuncle's signature attack of dying for no reason other than depriving players of loot became a deceptive teleportation effect that leaves behind a fake corpse, and the wolf-in-sheep's-clothing, who provides the page quote, had its lure changed from a part of its body to a puppeteered cadaver.
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Tank-Tread Mecha
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Tank-Tread Mecha: Iron colossi are a type of colossus — enormous, mythical constructs broadly based on Golems but vastly exceeding them in scale — designed as ultimate siege engines and weapons of war. Like all colossi, iron colossi have an alternate form they can shift into besides their basic humanoid one: in their case, they can turn their legs into spiked caterpillar treads, which nearly doubles their maximum speed, makes them impossible to trip and allows them to trample with impunity over anything in their path.
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Imported Alien Phlebotinum
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Imported Alien Phlebotinum: Findable in Numeria, in the wreckage of a spaceship that crashed millennia ago. This is the focus of the Iron Gods campaign path.
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Lawful Evil
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invoked Hell, the Lawful Evil plane, is ruled by the devils. It is also inhabited by the asuras. A third Lawful Evil race of fiends, the kytons, lives on the Plane of Shadow but has embassies in Hell. Devils are formed from the souls of evildoers, who are slowly and carefully tortured over eons until nothing remains except pain, obedience, and hate, at which point they become of the least of devils. Asuras are the twisted result of gods making mistakes, and very angry about it. Kytons are mad, twisted beings obsessed with pain, who create more of themselves by torturing people until they can't tell the difference between pain and pleasure.
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Lawful Good
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invoked In Champions of Purity, the typical Lawful Good roles are governmental Builders, evil hunting Crusaders, and Guardians. The typical Neutral Good roles are Healers, Mediators, and Redeemers. The typical Chaotic Good roles are Activists, Freedom Fighters, and Vigilantes.
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Writing Around Trademarks
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Writing Around Trademarks: Since the phrase Dungeons & Dragons is trademarked by Wizards of the Coast, Paizo has to refer to it as "the world's oldest fantasy roleplaying game".
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game) / int_d4c98786
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Proactive Boss
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Proactive Boss: In the Rasputin Must Die adventure, the titular mad monk uses Astral Projection magic to harass the heroes as they attempt to gain access to his extraplanar sanctum.
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Harping on About Harpies
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Harpies, being a One-Gender Race comprised solely of women, need to mate with humanoid males to propagate their race (as well as just for fun). However, they usually eat their lovers once they're done with them — indeed, it's noted that it's actually considered bad luck in standard harpy culture to not eat the father of their daughter, unless he is powerful enough that it is worthwhile not to consume him once the harpy has been fertilized.
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Anomalous Art
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Anomalous Art: Trompe L'oeil paintings are magically-enhanced copies of an original creature that can step off the canvas, assume solid three-dimensional forms, and even inhabit other paintings. These entities can only be permanently killed by destroying the painting that generates them. Invoked with the Seeded Doom Occult Ritual, which corrupts a book, artwork, or piece of music. Anyone exposed to the work or one of its copies is infected with madness or a Curse chosen by the ritualists.
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The End of the World as We Know It
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Rovagug's "children" include the Tarrasque, the infamous and nigh-indestructible creature that likes to end civilizations when it awakens. But even that pales in comparison to Rovagug himself...
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Depending on the Artist
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Depending on the Artist: Catfolk have three primary sources for their visual representation and none of them look remotely similar. When they first showed up in one of the Bestiaries, there was only a picture of a female catfolk who looked like a Cat Girl. Then came the Advanced Race Guide, which had images of both a male and female catfolk that were very similar to khajiit. And finally, one adventure path showed catfolk that looked like something out of ThunderCats.
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Love Redeems
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In the second adventure for Reign of Winter, a potential non-player character ally is Greta, who is a female winter wolf note a race of intelligent, evil, talking white-furred wolves with frost-breath attacks and cold immunity currently transformed into a human form by the magic of her city of residence. Unlike Undrella, it's quite explicit that she's looking for romance, but a player character could eventually use this to help her to make a Heel–Face Turn. It's easier to get her interested if the PC is using a certain magic item that makes her assume they're also a transformed winter wolf, but it's possible to do so without it, and even if she is misled in the first place, she doesn't care when she finds out that her lover isn't a winter wolf. That said, it does make her especially interested in finding some way of maintaining a human form if she leaves the city.
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Our Dragons Are Different
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Our Dragons Are Different: In addition to the classic D&D evil chromatics and good metallics, there are the elemental primordial dragons, the savage linnorms, the twisted azi, rideable Dragonkin, and a whole bunch of draconic critters. There are also the Imperial Dragons, based on Asian mythology. Now there are also Outer Dragons, who are rather alien and shimmery looking. There are also the much weaker, lesser drakes, which can largely be summed up as want-to-be-dragons.
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Cute Monster Girl
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Thriae, again, are a Cute Monster Girl race prone to eating their mates. But they're actually treated oddly sympathetically. First, only the Queens treat their consorts this way. The others form more emotional attachments. They also only do so when a lover has grown too old and feeble to reliably fertilize the Queen anymore, and they always use an anaesthetizing venom to render their former lover unconscious and devoid of pain before they begin. Finally, the consorts of Thriae queens are almost always volunteers.
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Lamarck Was Right
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Of course this is often a case of Lamarck Was Right with the example for the undead bloodline suggesting that your ancestor became a lich or the infernal bloodline suggesting that the power is actually a lingering effect of an ancestor's Deal with the Devil.
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Action Girl
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Action Girl: While always an option in any role-playing game, it's notable that the "iconic" characters featured in Pathfinder's artwork have either been an even balance of the sexes or slightly favoring women (as opposed to many games in which the fluff is male-dominant while the rules don't discriminate). This extends to teams of pre-generated characters for adventures, frequently featuring three women with a lone man or the full four-woman party of the Carrion Crown campaign. (This may be a Mythology Gag since Carrion Crown was an adventure series devoted to horror tropes.)
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Start My Own
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Start My Own: Pathfinder got started when a group of big-name D&D 3.5 fans and writers, unhappy with the drastic changes made to D&D in 4th Edition and the more restrictive licensing policy that came with it, got together and decided to keep the old game going under a new name.
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Anthropomorphic Food
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Anthropomorphic Food: Ghorans are humanoid Plant People descended from magically engineered food crops. They even have a racial disadvantage called delicious! Also the Vegepygmies, engineered by the Drow so that even their vegetables could suffer. They're humanoids who were killed, infested, and turned into Mushroom Men by a virulent fungus, and the infection is contagious.
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Wicked Witch
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Wicked Witch: The Witch character class doesn't have to be one of these, but if they want to, they have access to all the tools needed, including a wide range of curses, an annoying cackling laugh, the ability to smell small children, and being able to cook people in a cauldron to make magical foods. Of course, Baba Yaga and her daughters play it completely straight.
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Precision-Guided Boomerang
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Precision-Guided Boomerang: Specifically, Weapons with the returning properties (mundane boomerangs do not return). Even Melee weapons (if they also have the throwing property).
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Green-Skinned Space Babe
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Green-Skinned Space Babe: Lashunta women. The Lashunta are a species of psychic humanoids from a neighboring planet in Golarion's solar system, and female Lashunta resemble tall, beautiful human or elven women with antennae.
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Pike Peril
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Pike Peril: Giant pike are described as aggressive predators that will attack any living thing they encounter. Like those from its parent game, they vary between nine and twenty feet in length.
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Kubrick Stare
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Kubrick Stare: The King of Roses◊ from the adventure The Conquest of Bloodsworn Vale.
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Our Gnomes Are Weirder
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Our Gnomes Are Weirder: Gnomes are fey creatures exiled from the First World in the wake of a disaster of uncertain nature; they can't quite adjust to Golarion, and spend a lot of time obsessing over minutiae and seeking out new experiences in order to avoid going mad(der) or going through a usually-lethal process called Bleaching, a process of literally being bored to death which slowly reduces them to a pile of dust and bones. It's darkly hinted by the developers that the story of the disaster may be a fabrication, and gnomes are really humanoid interface devices through which vastly more powerful beings can study the material world.
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Culture Chop Suey
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Culture Chop Suey: Less prevalent than you might think, and seems to be more based on Rule of Cool than ignorance. For example, county Sinaria in Ustalav is essentially a gothic horror Louisiana with Opera Populaire thrown in, as a border province in Überwald.
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Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain
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There's also the We be goblins modules, where the players play as goblins invading a human town to steal fireworks. Considering how pathetic goblins are, they are more likely to be viewed as Ineffectual sympathetic villains than anything else. (At one point, they have to fight an ordinary horse which can easily kill them in one hit if it gets a critical.)
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The Evils of Free Will
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The Evils of Free Will: Asmodeus's motivation for trying to grind all creation under his Lawful Evil heel.
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Humans Are Special
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Humans Are Special: Subverted. The rise to power of the first human civilization, Azlant, was covertly backed by aboleths, and one can argue that humanity wouldn't have the status it now does without that start and its consequences.
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Blood Bath
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Blood Bath: The Everdawn Pool, a powerful magical artifact found by the Runelord Sorshen. The pool has many powers, but chief among them is the ability to transform the body of one who bathes in it after filling the pool with the blood of several thousand sacrificed sentient beings. The Big Bad of Curse of the Crimson Throne, Queen Ileosa, intends to become an immortal being this way, slaughtering much of the population of Korvosa, including her own followers, in the process.
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Your Head A-Splode
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Your Head A-Splode: There's a spell in Occult Adventures called Explode Head. It does what you'd expect.
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Chaotic Evil
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invoked The Abyss, the Chaotic Evil plane, is ruled by the demons. The qlippoth and demodands also dwell there. Demons are born from the sins of evil souls — and a single soul can spawn hundreds or thousands of them. Qlippoth existed before everything, were evil before evil existed, and have a loathing hatred for the souls of mortals, which created the demons that now outnumber them. Demodands are the flawed creations of the thanatotic titans, who were sealed in the Abyss after a failed attempt to defeat the gods; the titans tried to create their own life to surpass the gods, but only wound up with misshapen, but powerful, monsters.
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Absurdly Sharp Blade
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Absurdly Sharp Blade: Vorpal Swords, elaborated on in Classic Treasures Revisited.
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Hell Seeker
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Hell Seeker: There are a lot. Pretty much anyone who makes a Deal with the Devil for instance. Oddly enough subverted to a degree with the country of Cheliax, who see Hell's Infernal Hierarchy more as a model for government than as a place they want to be.
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Fungus Humongous
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Other gigantic, high-power monsters can be considered this, like Mu spores, behemoths, krakens...
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Our Gods Are Different
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Our Gods Are Different: Unlike some other D&D settings, most gods of Golarion have no stat blocks and are explicitly immune to mortal adventurers. To drive the point home, there have been a few examples in the fiction where a mortal being has defeated a god or god-like being, but was unable to truly end them, just remove them as a threat for the present. Ydersius, the god of the Serpent Folk literally had his head cut off and thrown in lava, and it didn't actually kill him, instead rendering his body mindless and wandering the Darklands and leaving his head....well, entombed in a pit of lava.
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Loony Laws
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Loony Laws: 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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Fantasy Kitchen Sink
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Fantasy Kitchen Sink: Even moreso than might be expected from a D&D-type setting, Golarion was built to encompass all sorts of campaigns. As well as everything D&D had already (or at least reasonable facsimiles), there are the Cthulhu Mythos, Edgar Rice Burroughs-style Planetary Romance and Beneath the Earth locales, things like the Jabberwock and Bandersnatch and Jubjub birds, monsters based on old Sinbad movies, extra-terrestrials including the classic Greys, and even modern folkloric monsters like mothmen and chupacabras.
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The Lightfooted
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The Lightfooted: The Ninja's "Light Steps" ability lets them walk across any surface without difficulty or disturbance: rough terrain, ice, the thinnest tree branches, Booby Trap triggers, Caltrops, water, lava...
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What Is Evil?
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What Is Evil?: Ostiarius kytons will tell those who who ask that condemning the kytons' sadomasochism as evil is simplistic.
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Bag of Holding
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Bag of Holding: A staple magic Item and elaborated on in Classic Treasures Revisited.
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Composite Character
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Composite Character: The herald of Cayden Cailean is named Thais. She is named after two different real life and seems to be a combination of the two (being a freedom loving angel like creature) The Tatterman from Strange Aeons is like a combination of Slenderman and Freddy Kreuger.
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Load-Bearing Boss
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Load-Bearing Boss: Once during Council of Thieves, where the chain reaction that leads to the destruction of the mayor's villa and the release of the pit fiend starts with one single, murdered Kyton (although sad Kyton is killed by an NPC before the heroes arrive). In the retired Pathfinder Society scenario Skeleton Moon, the final boss is a huge assassin vine that's been infused with a soul by accident. It tears away from the tower it's attached to leading to mere rounds before the whole thing comes crumbling down on the PCs.
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The Chew Toy
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The Chew Toy: The first issues of no fewer than five Adventure Paths have featured members of the Vancaskerkin family as supporting characters — first Orik, then his brother Verik, their father Saul, their half-sister Natalya, and their cousin Lullaby. There is one of them that can catch a break in canon, but the fans love 'em for keeping on.
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Expy
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Expy: Zon-Kuthon and the kytons are expies of the Cenobites. King Mogaru, a kaiju detailed in Bestiary 4, is Godzilla. The Blind Angels of Oppara, a wing of gargoyles with angelic appearances that cannot move while being watched, are the Weeping Angels The nation of Brevoy is basically a high-fantasy version of Westeros. Grandmother Spider is a Distaff Counterpart of Anansi.
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Light Is Not Good
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Light Is Not Good: Shining Children (creepy borderline-Eldritch Abomination evil outsiders with light and fire themed powers) and Lurkers in Light (creepy extraplanar evil fey with abilities that make them most dangerous in well-illuminated areas) from the second Bestiary. There is also the demon lord Nurgal, representing the merciless, destructive power of the sun, and has a portfolio of pointless conflict. The positive energy plane is home to a race of creatures called the jyoti, highly xenophobic guardians of the sources of life and other positive energy aspects. While those who know of their existence frequently assume them to be good, they are jealous and violent defenders of their home plane, frequently coming to blows with adventurers with the slightest provocation.
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Nerf
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Nerf: And buffs too. A nearly-comprehensive list of each can be found on GiantITP, or you can ask around Brilliant Gameologists. Just be prepared for some backlash. Prestige classes, which 3.5 had seen go from 'rare alternate class options' to 'virtually mandatory powerhouse classes', were generally reduced in power across the board. Further, some of them were later almost entirely superseded by new Paizo base classes (such as magus and ninja) which fit those niches from Level 1. Dragons generally saw a reduction in Challenge Rating. Not counting undead or templates, the strongest dragons in the Pathfinder bestiaries are the ancient gold dragons, with a CR of 20, compared to D&D 3.5 Monster Manual, in which an ancient gold dragon clocked in at CR 24, and still had two age categories to go above that, maxing out at CR 27 as a great wyrmnote  A CR 26 red dragon and a CR 27 gold dragon were added with the Dragons Revisited supplement, however.. On the other hand, the Tarrasque receives a significant buff, going from CR 20 in the Monster Manual to CR 25 in the Bestiary, the highest CR of any monster until Bestiary 4 started statting H. P. Lovecraft's Great Old Ones. The Challenge Rating of just about everything was reduced compared to 3.5, principally because Pathfinder PCs got more feats and class abilities to work with.
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Chain Pain
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Chain Pain: The spiked chain is a weapon option. Also, the Prince in Chains, herald of the god of pain. And kytons (previously called chain devils), whose skins are essentially living spiked chains.
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Female Lashunta. While all Lashunta are reasonably human-looking apart from the antennae, the men tend to be short, hairy, and unprepossessing, while the women are beautiful Green Skinned Space Babes.
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Weapons-Grade Vocabulary: The blistering invective spell can give your rants the ability to actually set people on fire!
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Dark Is Evil: Present everywhere, but nowhere is it more prominent than with the Nightshades. The most powerful race of undead, nightshades are never smaller than Huge size, and their most powerful member (the nightwave) is a Colossal shadow shark. That can FLY. Dark Is Not Evil: On the other hand, the plane right next door to the nightshades, the Plane of Shadow, is home to beings like the fetchlings and wayangs, that mostly want to be left to themselves. The Movanic Deva angel is VERY evil-looking. Svirfneblin, at first glance, seem to be gnome versions of duergar or drow, but they're usually neutral. Pseudodragons are tiny dragons that look somewhat freaky, but are Neutral Good and have catlike personalities. And, obviously, we have tieflings, the mortal descendants of fiends that can choose to embrace their heritage or completely denounce it.
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Blue-and-Orange Morality: Many neutral outsiders, particularly the Aeons (enigmatic True Neutral entities that are guardians of various aspects of reality), as well as beings from the First World such as many Fey (gnomes, being refugees from the place, have shades of this as well). Special mention to Lawful/Chaotic Neutral, outsiders who basically tend to have Blue and Orange Morality, but Black and White Ethics. For instance, a LN outsider would punish slavers in areas where slavery is illegal, but in places where it is legal their targets become escaped slaves.
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Who Wants to Live Forever?
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Who Wants to Live Forever?: While not actually immortal (only very long-lived), the Forlorn elves have this problem. They grow up amongst humans and reach adulthood at age 110 (equivalent to a 15-year-old human), meaning a usual elven young adult has seen roughly two to three generations of "childhood friends" become adults, marry, have children of their own, grow infirm and finally die of old age. When they themselves die between the age of 350 and 750, many more shorter-lived companions will have come and gone. It is perhaps not entirely surprising that many of these elves are rather cynical and insular.
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Screw the Rules, I Have Supernatural Powers!
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Oh no! I'm haunted, objects that I drop or attempt to retrieve are suddenly not there or several feet away, but as I level I gain the ability to tell gravity to GTFO.
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Become Your Weapon
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Become Your Weapon: A high-level summoner has the ability to merge forms with his/her eidolon, combining their stats and effectively acting and fighting as one being. The Synthesist archetype allows them to do it from level 1, at the cost of not being able to summon the eidolon as a separate being.
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Big Damn Heroes
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Big Damn Heroes: How the iconic summoner's eidolon came into being. See the Awesome Moments page.
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Jerkass: Alain, the iconic Cavalier who appears in the Advanced Player's Guide is the kind of guy everyone can't help but hate.
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Giant Animal Worship
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Giant Animal Worship: Krakens are sometimes worshiped by coastal communities, either as avatars of nature or as divine figures themselves. In a variant, krakens are highly intelligent and malevolent and tend to think that Humans Are Insects, so they might accept the reverence — or demand it.
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Atlantis
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Atlantis: Azlant, complete with Sub-Mariner-looking "gillmen". Was propped to power, and disposed of after becoming a bit too big for their britches, by the aboleths.
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Blob Monster
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Blob Monster: Of course, since "ooze" is kept as a creature type.
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Mundane Utility
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Mundane Utility: Particularly in adventure paths, several items and materials that are usually focused on for high-end adventurers are shown to have uses above and beyond adventuring careers. One example is Mithril — one adventure path has a character who has a mithril frying pan. Not only is it a masterwork item (thus giving a cook a +2 to their check when they cook with it), but it's naturally non-stick.
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Combat by Champion
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Combat by Champion: Combat on a boarded ship is for practical reasons resolved as a one-to-one fight between the captains.
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A Load of Bull
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A Load of Bull: As with Dungeons & Dragons, Pathfinder has an entire race of labyrinth dwelling, chaotic evil leaning bull-men called minotaurs, based on the mythical beast. Like in D&D, they have an innate immunity to maze spells and never get lost. The demon Baphomet is known as the Lord of Minotaurs.
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Body of Bodies
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Body of Bodies: This game features an undead creature called the Charnel Colossus, which is basically a huge undead monstrosity that was meant to be used as an unliving library, and is composed of an entire graveyard worth of "like-minded individuals."
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Tortured Monster
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Tortured Monster: Fleshwarps, Broken Souls, Taninivers, Yao-guai, most undead. etc.
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Brain in a Jar
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Brain in a Jar: The Carrion Crown adventure module Wake of the Watcher features a "brain archive" that contains several of these. As does ane adventure in Iron Gods called "Valley of the Brain Collectors" that features a motley assortment of Mi-Go and agents of the Dark Tapestry.
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Entropy and Chaos Magic
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Entropy and Chaos Magic: Primal Magic. This exists in areas where The First World invades upon the material plane or in places like the mana wastes between the war-torn arcane countries of Geb and Nex.
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Super Gullible
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Super Gullible: Characters with low Wisdom and Sense Motive/Insight modifiers tend to have trouble discerning truth from lies, and therefore often fall under this trope.
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Adorable Evil Minions
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Adorable Evil Minions: Quasits, goblins, cacodaemons, kobolds, a lot of such critters live on Golarion.
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Medieval European Fantasy
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Medieval European Fantasy: Played straight with the continent of Avistan, and averted overall. Pathfinder draws heavily from many pulp sources, so while Avistan has a lot of medieval Europe in it, other continents and time periods are equally well represented.
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Dude, Where's My Respect?
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Dude, Where's My Respect?: Frequently as much averted as played straight, but there are some fairly notable times where you might be wondering what the devs were thinking. Such as being able to build up an entire nation in the Kingmaker adventure path and still having random NPCs give you, their liege, fetch quests.
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The Minion Master
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The Minion Master: The Thrallherd prestige class from 3.5 returns in Psionics Unleashed.
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Perpetual Storm
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Perpetual Storm: The Eye of Abendego in the default setting of Golarion is a colossal hurricane that has picked up in the southern seas shortly after the death of one of the setting's main gods, Aroden, and stayed in place for over a century since.
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Artistic License – Physics
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Artistic License – Physics: As to be expected for a fantasy setting, and suitably handwaved because A Wizard Did It, but now and again there are still things that are... odd.
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Destroyable Items
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Destroyable Items: Some items are "fragile" and will break when either critically hit (in the case of armor) or when you critically fail an attack (in the case of weapons). Some spells like shatter allow items to give applicable saving throws to avoid being destroyed. And of course, if you want to take a smack at someone's sword, shield, or armour, you can. As of "Ultimate Combat" Items can now be made out of fragile materials like Bone which can break on a critical failure. Even before these rules Goblin-Made weapons like dogslicers were liable to break on their first critical failure.
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Ridiculously Cute Critter
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Ridiculously Cute Critter: The spell pup form from Ultimate Combat invokes this trope, by turning an animal into a small, adorable version that prevents others from attacking it out of guilt. The spell leaves an exception: evil creatures are not affected and "in fact, some particularly heinous creatures might go out their way to do the target harm." Naturally, the accompanying artwork shows the spell in effect on Lini's snow leopard partner. The druid just looks confused as little Droogami chases a butterfly.
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All Trolls Are Different
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All Trolls Are Different: The savage aspect of the common D&D troll is played up; they're feral wilderness creatures who see everything as food, have no fear of death, and have odd intergender relations, though they do treat their young with care and some are capable of civilized conversation. The trope name also holds true within the setting, as art depicting trolls can be wildly inconsistent without even taking into account troll subraces (ice trolls, water trolls, etc.). The Jotund Trolls are notable for being strange even by troll standards, having nine arguing heads.
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Was Once a Man
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Was Once a Man: Several examples, including the unfortunate victims of drow fleshwarping, as well as a number of demon lords.
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Semi-Divine
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Semi-Divine: Aasimar are the descendants of mortal humanoids (normally humans) and good-aligned Outsiders, and they've got the unearthly beauty, longevity, and light- and good- powers to go along with it. Celestial bloodline sorcerers can be any race, and either have a good-aligned Outsider ancestor, or were blessed by a god at their birth. They get Holy Hand Grenade powers and flight with angelic, feathery wings, among other things.
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Lady of War
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Lady of War: The goddess Iomedae is, well, the goddess of this. Also, Seelah, the iconic paladin. While not her main aspect, the goddess Sarenrae fits the bill when she needs to, as seen here◊.
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Our Gargoyles Rock
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Our Gargoyles Rock: They barely need to eat or sleep, and honestly only kill things (slowly and tortuously) because it's fun. They're also almost literally made out of rock, will last as long as a statue will (although they usually end up killing one another before that), and occasionally come in gemstones. Oh, and some of them are Weeping Angels.
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Evil Is Petty
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Evil Is Petty: The gremlins personify this trope. They are all small and not very powerful but like to put curses on people and destroy property just to be assholes.
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Tree Top Town
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Tree Top Town: Selona, a city in the First World, is built entirely in the canopy of Usu, a single tree of immense size. Its university district is built within a massive hollow-out bole, while a formerly posh district was turned to ruins when a lightning strike set a part of the tree aflame.
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 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
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All Myths Are True / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
All Swords Are the Same / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
All Trolls Are Different / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
All Witches Have Cats / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Alluring Anglerfish / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Almighty Idiot / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Already Undone for You / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Alternate Personality Punishment / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Aluminum Christmas Trees / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Always a Bigger Fish / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Always Chaotic Evil / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Always Night / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Amazing Technicolor Population / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Amazing Technicolor Wildlife / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ambiguous Gender / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
An Arm and a Leg / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
An Axe to Grind / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ancestral Weapon / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ancient Astronauts / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
And I Must Scream / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Angel Unaware / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Angelic Abomination / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Animal Jingoism / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Animal-Themed Superbeing / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Animalistic Abomination / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Animate Body Parts / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Animated Tattoo / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Anomalous Art / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Antagonistic Offspring / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Anthropomorphic Transformation / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Anti-Frustration Features / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Anti-Gravity Clothing / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Antlion Monster / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Apocalypse Cult / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Arbitrary Skepticism / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Armor Is Useless / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Armor-Piercing Attack / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Artifact of Doom / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Artificial Hybrid / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Artificial Limbs / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Artificial Outdoors Display / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Artistic License – Economics / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
As Long as It Sounds Foreign / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ascended Demon / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ascended Extra / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Asexuality / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Assassin Outclassin' / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Asteroid Thicket / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Asteroids Monster / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Astral Projection / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Atlantis / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Atop a Mountain of Corpses / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Attack of the Town Festival / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny! / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Aura Vision / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Author Appeal / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Autocannibalism / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Automatic Crossbows / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Awesomeness by Analysis / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
BFG / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
BFS / int_68237790
 Baba Yaga
seeAlso
Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bad Moon Rising / int_318863b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Badass Gay / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Badass Longcoat / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Badass Preacher / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bakeneko and Nekomata / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Baku / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bald, Black Leader Guy / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Baleful Polymorph / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Baphomet / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Barbarian Tribe / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bargain with Heaven / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Barred from the Afterlife / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Base on Wheels / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Basilisk and Cockatrice / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bat Out of Hell / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Battle Epic / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bazaar of the Bizarre / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bears Are Bad News / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Beast Man / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Beast of the Apocalypse / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Become a Real Boy / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Become Your Weapon / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bee Afraid / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bee Bee Gun / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bee People / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Beethoven Was an Alien Spy / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Behemoth Battle / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Belly Mouth / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Beneath the Earth / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Beware My Stinger Tail / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Big Bad Duumvirate / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Big Friendly Dog / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bigger on the Inside / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Biomanipulation / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bioweapon Beast / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bizarre Sexual Dimorphism / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Black and White Magic / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Black Knight / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Black Market / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Black Speech / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Black Swords Are Better / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Blind Seer / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Blind Weaponmaster / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Blindfolded Vision / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Blob Monster / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Blood Bath / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Blood Knight / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Blood Magic / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bloody Bowels of Hell / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Body of Bodies / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bond Creatures / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bondage Is Bad / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Booze-Based Buff / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Booze Flamethrower / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Born-Again Immortality / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Born Under the Sail / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Boss in Mook Clothing / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Botanical Abomination / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bow and Sword, in Accord / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Boxing Lessons for Superman / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Brain in a Jar / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Breakout Mook Character / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Breakthrough Hit / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Brown Note Being / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Brutish Bulls / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Bullet Catch / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Butterfly Knife / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cactus Person / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cadre of Foreign Bodyguards / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Calacas / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Came Back Strong / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Came Back Wrong / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cannibal Clan / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cannibalism Superpower / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Can't See a Damn Thing / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cape Wings / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Captain Ersatz / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Captured Super-Entity / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Carbuncle Creature / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cardboard Prison / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cast From Sanity / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Casting a Shadow / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cat Folk / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cat-like Dragons / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cats Are Mean / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Celestial Body / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Celestial Bureaucracy / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Celestial Paragons and Archangels / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cessation of Existence / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chainmail Bikini / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chainsaw Good / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Changeling Tale / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chaotic Neutral / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Character Class System / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chase-Scene Obstacle Course / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chekhov's Gunman / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Child by Rape / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Christmas Rushed / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Chupacabra / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Church of Happyology / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Circus of Fear / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
City of Adventure / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
City of Gold / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
City on the Water / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clarke's Third Law / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Classical Tongue / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clever Crows / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clock Roaches / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clockwork Creature / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clone Degeneration / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Clothing Combat / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cold Iron / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Colony Drop / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Colour-Coded for Your Convenience / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Combat Clairvoyance / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Combat Hand Fan / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Combat Medic / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Combined Energy Attack / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Combo Platter Powers / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Comic-Book Adaptation / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Common Tongue / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Confusion Fu / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Conspicuous Consumption / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Consummate Liar / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Continuing Is Painful / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Continuity Lock-Out / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cornered Rattlesnake / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cosy Catastrophe / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Crafted From Animals / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cranium Compartment / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Create Your Own Villain / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Creative Sterility / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Creator Thumbprint / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Creepy Crows / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Creepy Doll / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Crimefighting with Cash / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Critical Failure / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Critical Hit Class / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Crossover Cosmology / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Crystal Dragon Jesus / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cunning Like a Fox / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Curse Escape Clause / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cursed with Awesome / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cute Machines / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cute Monster Girl / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cutting Off the Branches / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cutting Through Energy / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cyanide Pill / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cyber Cyclops / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cybernetic Mythical Beast / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Cybernetics Eat Your Soul / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Damage Reduction / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Damage Typing / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dark Action Girl / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dark Messiah / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dark-Skinned Blond / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Darkest Africa / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Day Hurts Dark-Adjusted Eyes / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dead Person Impersonation / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dead Weight / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Deader Than Dead / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death by Childbirth / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death by Despair / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death by Sex / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death Dealer / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death Is a Slap on the Wrist / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death Is Cheap / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death of a Child / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death of a Thousand Cuts / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death-or-Glory Attack / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death Ray / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Death World / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Decade Dissonance / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Decapitation Required / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Defiant to the End / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Deity of Human Origin / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Deliberately Painful Clothing / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Demon Lords and Archdevils / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Demon of Human Origin / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Depending on the Artist / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Depraved Bisexual / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Designated Hero / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Destroyer Deity / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Detached Sleeves / int_d528693
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Devil, but No God / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dhampyr / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Did Anastasia Survive? / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Did You Just Romance Cthulhu? / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Diminishing Returns for Balance / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dire Beast / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dirt Forcefield / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Disability Immunity / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Disease Bleach / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dishing Out Dirt / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Domesticated Dinosaurs / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Don't Fear the Reaper / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dracolich / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Draconic Abomination / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dragon Ancestry / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dragon Hoard / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dragon Rider / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dragons are Demonic / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dragons Are Divine / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dreadful Dragonfly / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dream Walker / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dream Weaver / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Drop Ship / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Drunken Master / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Duality Motif / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dude, Where's My Respect? / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dumb Is Good / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dungeon-Based Economy / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dunking the Bomb / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Durable Deathtrap / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Dying Curse / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Eagleland / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Easy Levels, Hard Bosses / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Easy Road to Hell / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Eat Dirt, Cheap / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Eat the Summoner / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Egopolis / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Either/Or Offspring / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Eldritch Location / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Element #5 / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Embodiment / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Plane / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Powers / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elephant Graveyard / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elite Mooks / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Elixir of Life / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Empathic Weapon / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Empty Levels / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Empty Shell / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Energy Weapon / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Enlightened Antagonist / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Enlightenment Superpowers / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Enthralling Siren / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Equippable Ally / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Escort Mission / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ethnic God / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Even Evil Has Loved Ones / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Everybody Hates Hades / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Everybody Wants the Hermaphrodite / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Everything's Better with Monkeys / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Everything's Better with Samurai / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Everything's Worse with Bees / int_d528693
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Chancellor / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Colonialist / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil-Detecting Dog / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Doppelgänger / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Is Deathly Cold / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Is Easy / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Living Flames / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Luddite / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Mentor / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Redhead / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Sorcerer / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Takes a Nap / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Evil Versus Oblivion / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Exact Words / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Excalibur in the Rust / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Expert in Underwater Basket Weaving / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Exposed to the Elements / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Express Delivery / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Extra-ore-dinary / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Eye Spy / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fame Gate / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Familiar / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fan Disservice / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fan-Preferred Couple / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fandom-Enraging Misconception / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Fighting Style / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Foxes / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Light Source / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Medicinal Bodily Product / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Nuke / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Time Management / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantasy Contraception / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantasy Counterpart Culture / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantasy Counterpart Religion / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fantasy Kitchen Sink / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fatal Fireworks / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fauns and Satyrs / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fearless Undead / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fearsome Critters of American Folklore / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Feathered Serpent / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Femme Fatalons / int_6cf5abd0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fertile Feet / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fictional Disability / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fiendish Fish / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fiery Salamander / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fighting with Chucks / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Finger-Licking Poison / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fish People / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Five Rounds Rapid / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flagship Franchise / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flashy Teleportation / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flat-Earth Atheist / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flaying Alive / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flesh Golem / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flies Equals Evil / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fluffy Tamer / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flying Seafood Special / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flying Weapon / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Flynning / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fog Feet / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Food Pills / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Formulaic Magic / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fossil Revival / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fourth-Wall Mail Slot / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fox Folk / int_a390bfb0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Freeze Ray / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Friend to All Children / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Friend to Bugs / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Friendly Fireproof / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Friendly Ghost / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Frog Men / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Full-Boar Action / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fun Size / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Funny Schizophrenia / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Fuuma Shuriken / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gag Nose / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Garrulous Growth / int_68237790
 Gary Gygax
seeAlso
Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gaslighting / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gathering Steam / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gender Bender / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gender Equals Breed / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gender-Inverted Trope / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genetic Memory / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genie in a Bottle / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genius Bonus / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genius Bruiser / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genki Girl / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genre Refugee / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genre Shift / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Genuine Human Hide / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Geo Effects / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Get a Hold of Yourself, Man! / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ghost Pirate / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ghost Ship / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Giant Animal Worship / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Giant Enemy Crab / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Giant Spider / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Girls with Guns / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Girls with Moustaches / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Glad You Thought of It / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God-Emperor / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God Guise / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God Is Dead / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God of Evil / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God of Good / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
God of Order / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gold–Silver–Copper Standard / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Golem / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Good Costume Switch / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Good Old Fisticuffs / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gorgeous Gorgon / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Grand Theft Me / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Grappling-Hook Pistol / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Great Detective / int_68237790
 Green Ronin
seeAlso
Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Green-Skinned Space Babe / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Green Thumb / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Grievous Bottley Harm / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Grim Up North / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Griping About Gremlins / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Grotesque Cute / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Ground by Gears / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gruesome Goat / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Gun Twirling / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Guns Are Worthless / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Guns Firing Underwater / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Guys Smash, Girls Shoot / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hair Color Dissonance / int_d5e733b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Half-Breed Discrimination / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hammer and Sickle / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hands-Free Handlamp / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hanging Up on the Grim Reaper / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Harping on About Harpies / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Haunted Castle / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
He-Man Woman Hater / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Headbutting Pachy / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Headless Horseman / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Healer God / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Healing Hands / int_318863b0
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Heaven / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Heel–Face Brainwashing / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Heel–Face Turn / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Hegemonic Empire / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)
hasFeature
Heinous Hyena / int_68237790
 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game)