In the second of my Pathfinder Second Edition reviews, I’ll be taking a deeper look into the three volumes that fuel gamemasters with monsters to beset upon their players, for all adventuring parties need foes to vanquish. The bestiary series is where you get your demons and dragons, your angels and aboleths (renamed alghollthus for Second Edition). The first Second Edition Bestiary is 334 pages of monster stats with about another 20 pages of supplemental rules, glossaries, and indexes. The second and third books in the series clock in at an additional 319 pages each. (more…)
Cori McCreery is a two-time Eisner-winning critic who primarily writes for Women Write About Comics. She is writing the literal book on Superman.