Forgotten secrets and ancient treasures lurk in lost tombs waiting to be unearthed by the brave.
Those adventurers courageous enough to devote themselves to answering these mysteries are the Eldritch Archeologists. With knowledge and firepower they breach the old wards and protections of buried tombs and ruined monasteries to uncover that which has been purposely hidden. Will never before seen... [click here for more]
Fehr's Ehtnology: Zendiqi profiles the zendiqi race for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.
The zendiqi are pureblooded descendants of aboriginal Porphyrans, who were the human norm on Porphyra at the time of The Calling. They venerated elemental lords and opposed the coming of the gods, fighting against them and their devotees in the NewGod Wars. Utterly defeated, the zendiqi retreated... [click here for more]
There is a place on the world of Porphyra called the Theater of Arrival, though no plays are found there. What is found there is a ring of twenty-seven stones, all an odd maroon color. The stones lie pm a field of glass, as if some great heat, light or pressure had been brought to bear on it. Though no play is performed here, there is art, of a sort. Each of the stones bears several images, three,... [click here for more]
Here comes the Slithering Symphony.
While the zendiqi worshiped the Elemental Lords and the elves and orcs longed for Gods to save them, the erkunae reached out to the frickle protean lords in times of trouble.
Within this tome you will find information on:
The twelve protean lords worshipped by the erkunae and other non-deist chaotic factions of Porphyra written up in the... [click here for more]
In April of this year, I launched a search for writers to contribute to an open Pantheon. This tome is the result of the hard work of over a dozen writers who stepped up to help us create a twenty-seven god pantheon that can be used as open game content in our products and the products of any other publisher that wishes to use them without restriction.
This tome features:
Two new domains... [click here for more]