It is about this time I should point out several omissions from this list. For those wanting a more Asian-influenced game will not find the oni on the summoned monster lists, the first of them should appear on this list just as many archons, angels, azatas and other outsiders are making their first appearances. It is rather unfortunate that these and similar outsiders are not on this list. The reason for their absence lies in the fact that they are native outsiders instead of extraplanar outsiders. This matters in that aasimars, tieflings, couatl, genies, and similar outsider creatures are all of the native outsider variety and not a one are on the original summon monster. Following this pattern other native outsiders are excluded from this list. Custom spells should be allowed to summon such creatures, but this series of spells should not do so.
We hope you enjoy this list.
Table 3: Summon Monster III
|Ant, giant (soldier)*||—|
|Aurochs (herd animal)*||—|
|Dretch (demon)||Chaotic, Evil|
|Lantern archon||Good, Lawful|
|Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 2|
|Lyrakien (azata)||Chaotic, Good|
|Cythnigot (qlippoth)||Chaotic, Evil|
|Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 3|
|Harbinger archon||Good, Lawful|
|Tripurasura (asura)||Evil, Lawful|
|Augur (kyton)||Evil, Lawful|
|Giant sea anemone*||—|
|Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 4|
|Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Bestiary 5|
|Cambion (demon)||Chaotic, Evil|
|Giant tube worm (sea worm)*||—|
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