Khisanth the Ancient said:What book are you thinking of including the new dragons in? And would they be 4E or something else?
Anti-dimensional dragons sound really cool...
Khisanth the Ancient said:So to make sure I understand this...
the Cosmic (dimensional) dragons are going to be...
Entropy - Void (Black Hole) Dragon -- like the Bestiary, or redesigned?
Fate / Material Plane - Nexus (Wormhole) Dragon-- moved down from Nehaschimic
Time / Transitive Planes - Cometary (Time) Dragon -- just like in the Bestiary
Matter / Elemental Planes - Planetary (?) Dragon -- is that the one based off King Ghidorah?
Spirit / Outer Planes - Stellar (Solar) Dragon -- the Seraphim??? but that doesn't have age categories...
Thought / Far Realm - Lunar (Quasar) Dragon -- that was the Typhon one, right?
Is that how it would work?
Khisanth the Ancient said:There are all sorts of non-True (non-age category) dragons at the non-epic levels: the drakes, linnorms, Dragon Turtle etc. So what would higher-category (Epic, Cosmic etc.) 'other' dragons look like?
I could see a 'Dragon Asteroid' with an iron-nickel shell as the sort of Epic/Cosmic equivalent of a Dragon Turtle. Its breath weapon might be a "railgun" stream of magnetically-hyperaccelerated iron bits?
And maybe a dragon whose body was a cosmic string, and whose wings were domain walls (2-D flaws in spacetime, basically the 2D equivalents of cosmic strings)?
FieryDragonLord said:Hey Upper_Krust,
if you do make the epic monster book, will it have the super-solo rules?
Good luck with that U_K seems like a lot of work,
I'll be waiting the relaunched of Immortals 3.5 and Vampire Bestiary for Pathfinder.
Khisanth the Ancient said:Sounds great... but why not release Temple of Death before updating MotCG? Personally I'd much rather see a whole new set of monsters than just the maps... but maybe that's just me.
FieryDragonLord said:This seems to be a good idea. It looks like you have it mostly mapped out. All of them sound interesting, but I am particularly interested in the temporal monsters, the Pseudonaturals, and the Intelligibles.
However, I agree with Khisanth on releasing Temple of Death first.
Not sure if I should add anything to the Epic Bestiary? Certainly the cover 'graphics' will change.
Well, one of the problems is this. The adventure portion of Temple of Death is only half finished (under the old format). Once the maps go in, each encounter gets its own page. This changes things about a bit and each needs a bit of restructuring (its not as simple as a copy/paste). So technically, if I release Temple of Death before the maps are added I'd need to virtually rewrite (or at least restructure) the material again AFTER I put the maps in. Just seems like a bit of a wasted effort.