INNER SEA NPC CODEX PDF

The Inner Sea NPC Codex presents over 50 unique NPCs from the Pathfinder campaign setting, allowing GMs to focus on the story they want to tell and not the statistics for the assassins, cultists, cabalists, and other characters their players may meet along the way. Each entry provides not only all the mechanics needed to run the character in both combat or social encounters, but also an overview of how that character fits into the world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. Mystics : While the goodly Magaambya arcanists stand in opposition to the sinister Blood Lords of Geb and the druids of Uskwood, all three mystical spellcasters, as well as many more from a variety of traditions, can be found together in these pages. Print Edition : Available now. PDF :. Non-Mint : Available now.

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The Inner Sea NPC Codex presents over 50 unique NPCs from the Pathfinder campaign setting, allowing GMs to focus on the story they want to tell and not the statistics for the assassins, cultists, cabalists, and other characters their players may meet along the way. Each entry provides not only all the mechanics needed to run the character in both combat or social encounters, but also an overview of how that character fits into the world of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

Mystics : While the goodly Magaambya arcanists stand in opposition to the sinister Blood Lords of Geb and the druids of Uskwood, all three mystical spellcasters, as well as many more from a variety of traditions, can be found together in these pages. Print Edition : Available now. PDF :. Non-Mint : Available now. Are there errors or omissions in this product information? Got corrections? Let us know at store paizo. This book offers a wealth of great Npcs that can and will be put to great use for enemies such as The belkzin warchief guy, or the knight of Ozem.

All great stuff, some of them are cut short in the description due to page length but overall not a big enough deal to care. It does a fantastic job of highlighting peoples and places from all around the Inner Sea. About a third are CR 10 or higher which are of less use to me as I don't often run much above 10th level, but that's a personal preference.

Many prestige classes are put to good use and an appendix at the back helpfully provides the non-core abilities and details. The descriptions are full of nice little details about Inner Sea cultures and lands.

Read my full review on Of Dice and Pen. I strongly suspect it will start to see a lot of use in my games in the future. Very cool! Rogues Galleries are always useful to me, and a Golarion specific one could be great. Will it use only standars classes, or will some have prestige classes especially those found in the Paths of Prestige?

The NPC Codex, as part of the Core Rulebook line, is setting-neutral for the most part yeah, we mention a few deities This product is part of the Campaign Setting line, and so features characters tied striongly to Golarion. I'll take another NPC softcover though. Any sword lords or shoanti in this?

Eric Hinkle May 28, , pm Kevin Mack wrote: Well think these are actual red mantis, Hellknights etc As in the prestige classes. Now that I would enjoy seeing, especially if they have just one character with the Aldori Swordlord PrC. Gorbacz May 28, , pm 2 people marked this as a favorite. Duh, my bad! Dragon78 May 28, , pm Not sure if I will be interested in this one, though if it was the Mythic NPC Codex that would be a lot more interesting.

Much more. Now are there going to be named NPCs with backgrounds and such Yeah, good question. What's the difference? Is it more of the same or is there some different approach?

A number greater than that. Furthermore, all of the NPCs in this book are non-specific characters. They don't have names. So between generic NCPs. Tirisfal Jun 1, , am This has my attention. Oh, I'm buyin' this one! NPC Codex has been far and away the most useful book I've bought. The more the merrier! Will there be a pawn set that goes along with this?

It's nice to have something to put on the table to go along with the stats. Also I'm just a pawn addict. I'd also like to see a pawn set for this. Any chance we might see a Golarion NPC Codex with named characters from the comics and novels eventually? I'm curious why choose a different approach from the NPC Codex? Hopefuly NPC codex 2 will come out next year sometime Well, that much is obvious.

That's why I asked the question in the first place, so that I could determine whether this might be useful for me without the Golarion crunch, or if it's absolutely vital to use this book. Samy Jul 15, , am Pathfinder Companion Subscriber For example -- I haven't done so yet, but I plan to pick up the Dragons Unleashed book, because even though it's Golarion-specific, I suspect the dragons detailed in it might be largely doable to drop into other worlds.

Preordering now, this is exactly what I was looking for. This will also make adventure writing with limited wordcount so much easier. Basically, this book presents character types drawn from our campaign setting: Aldori Swordlord, a variety of Hellknights, Razmiran Priest, Red Mantis Assassin, etc.

Mechanically speaking, you should have little problem using anything in this book in your own campaign setting, but some of them may have flavor that you'll need to adjust a little or a lot to fit your own world. Samy Jul 15, , pm Pathfinder Companion Subscriber Vic Wertz wrote: Mechanically speaking, you should have little problem using anything in this book in your own campaign setting, but some of them may have flavor that you'll need to adjust a little or a lot to fit your own world.

Retooling the fluff is no problem whatsoever to me. Thanks for the clarification; I'll be getting this one. Are any of the Characters from the Novels going to get stated up I wold like to see Radovan, Varian and Operal in the codex. Wow, that tavern looks packed with scary dudes. Do you have to at least have a prestige class for admittance? Ooh, a Hellknight Signifer, a Razmiran priest, a Grey Gardener, a Goblin, a Harrower, some Aspis Consortium dude, an Arcane Trickster, a Pathfinder Chronicler, an adorable kitten about to get kicked across the room after startling a drunken Shoanti with a cowskull codpiece that must chafe I'm hoping we get some mythic statblocks for a few of those important personages out there.

Lord Gyr Mythic Rogue, slotting into the Scoundrels , either Zutha or Belimarius they fit nicely into Mystics at the top end, and aren't as far into Mythic as Sorshen or Xanderghul , and even some of the Ten Magic Warriors, huh, guys, huh, right, am I right or am I right? None of the statblocks in this book are for specific characters, but rather generic members of different Inner Sea archetypes, like Pathfinder Society Venture-Captain, Red Mantis Initiate, and Usij Cabalist.

That said, just because we didn't stat up individual characters in this book doesn't mean we won't do a book full of named NPCs down the road. In fact, I think a book like that is very likely at some point, it's just not on the schedule yet. Sad now. Might there at least be a couple of mythic examples?

Or will it be solely generic non-mythic stuff? Written by Paizo staff. ISBN Praise the Sun for another great book Eric Ackerman — May 24, , pm. Great Golarion Resource voodoo chili — Mar 15, , am. Navior — Jan 4, , pm. Product Discussion 93 Search Thread. Search this Thread:. Cover image is a mockup, and will change prior to publication. Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber Well think these are actual red mantis, Hellknights etc As in the prestige classes.

Gorbacz wrote:. Ooh, will we get a pawn book for this one? Even if it's smaller, like the AP Pawn size Shem wrote:. Kevin Mack wrote:. Not sure if I will be interested in this one, though if it was the Mythic NPC Codex that would be a lot more interesting. I for one like this kinda of thing. These are always helpful.

Either way it will be useful Very awesome! Wiktor Zuzanski wrote:. James Jacobs wrote:. This has my attention. Pathfinder Companion Subscriber Vic Wertz wrote:. Samy wrote:. Pathfinder Companion Subscriber John Kretzer wrote:. Pathfinder Companion Subscriber For example -- I haven't done so yet, but I plan to pick up the Dragons Unleashed book, because even though it's Golarion-specific, I suspect the dragons detailed in it might be largely doable to drop into other worlds.

Sorry if I came off as abrasive. Just honestly curious.

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Post a comment. A little over a year ago, in the slot that had previously always gone to Bestiary releases, Paizo released the NPC Codex , a hardcover tome with hundreds of ready-to-use NPCs, one for each core class at every level, plus numerous examples of prestige classes and NPC classes. This past fall returned to the pattern of previous years with the arrival of the hardcover Bestiary 4. I was ecstatic at the release of the NPC Codex , which I felt was a product long overdue in the game. To be fair, this is not the first book of NPCs for the campaign setting. However, the NPCs in the NPC Guide consist primarily of specific characters with individual histories and personalities, and it takes some advance planning to use them in campaigns. While the second chapter does have generic NPCs, the organization and rather abrupt stats and descriptions make them difficult to find and use easily.

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