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Download Pathfinder Npc Codex Pdf

Unless we get an NPC Codex II using APG, UltM, and UltC, I am NOT a happy subscriber over this. I thought Paizo had moved on from the WotC school of "release a great big rules book and never mention its contents again".Edit: Could we at least get stat treatments for the Iconics from the other base classes, if nothing else? To further expand on Vic's answer above.If the NPC codex does well, we'll certainly consider doing another one. We absolutely will NOT exhaust all there is to say about NPC stats in this one book.

Download Pathfinder Npc Codex Pdf

There's no reason they can't, except for the fact that such a book isn't on the schedule. Since we've already ordered all the statblocks and art for this book, however, we wouldn't have content to replace them with if we took them out. Just because the NPC Codex isn't the book you describe doesn't mean we'll never do a book more in line with what you're asking for. AUC.register('auc_MessageboardPostRowDisplay'); AjaxBusy.register('masked', 'busy', 'auc_MessageboardPostRowDisplay', null, null) Golden-Esque Apr 24, 2012, 02:44 pm Joseph Caubo wrote: Why can't the iconics be listed in a 64 page book instead? That way you could do the stats for non-Core classes as well. I'm fine with an NPC Codex, but I don't see how the iconics line up to be in this product, especially since their back stories are Golarion-specific (and this book is not). Considering their builds, it looks like those iconic pages are also reserved for "characters in a can" if you need a quick PC to play at a Pathfinder Society game or something. If that's their intention, I double that the space would go to adding the non-core classes; it would go to putting a quick-and-easy PC option set into the book. AUC.register('auc_MessageboardPostRowDisplay'); AjaxBusy.register('masked', 'busy', 'auc_MessageboardPostRowDisplay', null, null) LoreKeeper Apr 24, 2012, 02:48 pm 1 person marked this as a favorite. I have reservations about an NPC codex that focuses primarily on the core classes through levels 1 to 20.

What isn't clear from the excerpt and the discussion to this point, is to what extent the NPC codex goes into ideas. There'll obviously be a lot of stat blocks - but will each stat block be accompanied not just by tactics and moral; but also a "person". Creative, fun, dangerous personalities to give fresh ideas to GMs are just as important as regional guides. 076b4e4f54


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