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Now Announcing… Guild Levels!

22 Mar

What’s in a number?

We all know that your Guild Level determines how powerful your character is. But in the spirit of old-school D&D, I thought it would be cool for us to have a Level Title to go with each level.

Each creature is a progressively stronger monster in the Pathfinder RPG. Here goes!

Level 1:

tadpoleTadpole

Level 2:

frog

Frog

Level 3:

goblin

Goblin

Level 4:

bugbear

Bugbear

Level 5:

gelatinous-cubeGelatinous Cube

Level 6:

trollTroll

Level 7:

shambling-moundShambling Mound

Level 8:

succubusSuccubus Demon

Level 9:

intellect-devourerIntellect Devourer

Level 10:

vampireVampire

Level 11:

giant

Giant

Level 12:

purple-wormPurple Worm

Level 13:

demilichDemilich

Level 14:

kraken

Kraken

Level 15:

golem-adamantine

Adamantine Golem

Level 16:

Balor

Balor Demon

Level 17:

red-dragon

Red Dragon (great wyrm)

Level 18:

tarrasque2

Tarrasque

Level 19:

godzillaMogaru (Godzilla)

Level 20:

cthulhu

God / Cthulhu

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6 Comments

Posted by on March 22, 2015 in Announcements

 

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6 responses to “Now Announcing… Guild Levels!

  1. Conor

    March 23, 2015 at 6:39 pm

    Lol the Vampire image is from Magic: the Gathering

     
  2. Nate

    March 24, 2015 at 4:35 pm

    Cthulhu is technically a demigod. Here’s some ideas for mythic levels:

    tier 1: Norgorber
    tier 2: Shelyn
    tier 3: Iomedae
    tier 4: Gozreh
    tier 5: Pharasma
    tier 6: Torag
    tier 7: Sarenrae
    tier 8: Gorum
    tier 9: Nethys
    tier 10: Rovagug

     
    • ronaldsf

      March 24, 2015 at 4:59 pm

      Pretty cool, but people will definitely argue over which god is the best. Though I do think that Rovagug probably deserves the top spot!

       
  3. Emmett

    March 24, 2015 at 7:54 pm

    To Nate: Cthulu is not a demigod, if you read up on the lore he is a Great Old One, much more than a demigod.

     
  4. Emmett

    March 24, 2015 at 7:54 pm

    Cthulhu*

     
  5. Nate

    March 25, 2015 at 6:37 am

    Well he is a “forgotten god” so that makes him much less powerful.

     

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