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Thank you for joining us as we expand the summon monster tables. If this is your first time, check out the expanded lists for summon monster I, summon monster II, summon monster III, and summon monster IV, and summon monster V as well as summon monster VII, summon monster VIII, and summon monster IX. The megafauna, or regular animals that are incredibly huge and powerful, entered the expanded summon monster list during… Read More

These past two weeks, we shared with you our take on expanding the summon monster lists. Find the expanded lists for summon monster I, summon monster II, and summon monster III, summon monster V, summon monster VI, summon monster VII, summon monster VIII, and summon monster IX by clicking on these spells. Today we are sharing with you the list for summon monster IV. Make sure to share these with your friends…. Read More

We mentioned before that every Friday we will be posting an expanded list of creatures to summon with the summon monster spells, using Paizo’s bestiaries. There simply is no reason why you can summon a giant frog or a horse but cannot summon a giant tick or a camel. So we are helping you to expand your summon monster table. Read the rest of tge series here: I, III, IV, V, VI,… Read More

Recently, it was asked on Paizo’s forums for the summon monster list of monsters to be expanded. We at JBE decided to take up the challenge. What you have before you is the table of all 6 Bestiaries that are on par with the monsters from the original summon monster table (Note: 6 is not present here because B6 does not have any monsters in it comparable to those summonable with summon… Read More

With the start of the new year, I am going to try to do a release a new monster or NPC or some other game mechanic or just talk about something for Pathfinder or Traveller on a weekly basis. Who knows, maybe I’ll combine them all at some point. I’d like to kick it off with a new monster for Pathfinder made using the Pathfinder Unchained rules. HAPHNAX This green and purple… Read More

All week long, we have been showing off what the new monster creation rules from Pathfinder Unchained can do. Today we bringing you what is arguably the silliest of the monsters we created with these rules: the bonenado. This undead whirlwind of bones may not be terribly smart but it knows enough to hurl a bone with deadly accuracy at a living creature. Be sure to check out all the other monsters… Read More

All week long, I am showing off monsters that I created using the Pathfinder Unchained monster creation rules and playtested during PaizoCon. Earlier this week, we showed off the armored veth’thar, jurassic tiger, and the degenerate hag. Today we are looking at the spidersaurus. This is the dinosaur-version of a spider. Its enormous size  makes it a formidable for in its own right. Add to that the bleed damage it can inflict… Read More

All week long, we are posting monsters created with the new rules presented in Pathfinder Unchained and playtested at PaizoCon. Today we present to you the degenerate hag. This creature is the forerunner of all other hags. It would be Medium size if it could use its legs to stand. While it can technically speak, they know a primate language that has long since been forgotten by time, a language so old… Read More

As we mentioned yesterday, all week long we are posting monsters made from Pathfinder® Roleplaying Game: Pathfinder Unchained™. Yesterday we showed off a real tank of a monster with a high armor class but a very low touch AC and and an easy to fool Will save. Today, we have the jurassic tiger. This monster is more of a striker. Its bite can rip your body apart while its claws can savage an… Read More

For PaizoCon I said I would run 4 game sessions: 3 of Rescue from Tyrkaven and 1 of Expedition to Playtest Mountain. The latter adventure was never meant to be published. I outright stole the plot to it from Cabin in the Woods and presented a number of monster I have had in my head for a long time and figured this would be the perfect excuse to write them all down…. Read More