Monday, March 16, 2015

Pop Creature - Fleshwarped Elder

Corypheus from Dragon Age: Inquisition
Before we get to the meat of today's very fleshy article, I just wanted to take the time out to let you know that I will be attending Paizocon 2015! Whether you're a long-time fan of the Encounter Table or just discovering it I'd be happy to meet with you and talk Pathfinder, I'm always interested in meeting new people, exchanging ideas, and making new connections!

Today's Pop Creature update brings to life the nightmarish antagonist of Dragon Age: Inquisition, the Elder One Corypheus. In this article you'll find everything you need to create a memorable villain like Corypheus in your own Pathfinder game. The Dragon Age video game series has popped up on the Encounter Table once before, but with the release of the stupendous Dragon Age: Inquisition it's high time to tap that well again.

The fleshwarped elder is a spin on the legacy of the corrupt darkspawn magisters from Dragon Age and are created with a tie-in to the broader lore of Golarion. Where the fleshwarped elders come from, how they were created, and what terrible plans they have are up to you as a GM. If you use this creature in your Pathfinder game, let us know how it went and what dread plans they're enacting!