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- … that Sajan has a twin sister named Sajni?
- … that according to frost giant myths, the god Thremyr fell into the Steaming Sea in ancient times?
- … that Yen Hazai was the founder of the Temple of the Endless Step?
- … that the Duskwardens are authorized to execute those caught committing serious crimes?
- … the gillmen maintain an embassy in Escadar?
- … that the genetic influence of the Azlanti is noticeable in today's Taldans and Chelaxians?
- … that on average, the Sightless Sea is a mile deep, but in places it is much deeper?
- … that the aboleth sometimes rewarded loyal Azlanti leaders with cloaker bodyguards and assassins?
- … that Aram Zey is the Master of Spells of the Pathfinder Society?
- … that the Ruby Prince of Osirion has an invisible fire elemental as a consort and advisor?
- … that Acavna was the Azlanti god of the moon and battle?
- … that the Iron Gods Adventure Path, which debuts in August 2014, will be set in Numeria?
- … that the Harbingers of Fate believe that they have until 4714 AR to restore the proper course of history?
- … that oreads (pictured) are native outsiders with shaitan genie or earth elemental ancestry?
- … that Mount Osiki is the tallest mountain within the range of Brazen Peaks in northern Garund?
- … that Sean K Reynolds has written a vast majority of the articles in Pathfinder Adventure Path dealing with religion?
- … that iconic paladin Seelah hails from the Katapeshi city of Solku?
- … those bitten by the alien creatures known as akata can turn into void zombies?
- … that Gideon Gull is secretly a student in the Shadow Schools with ambitions of joining the elite spies known as Lion Blades?
- … that Paizo Creative Director James Jacobs was first published in Dungeon #12 at the age of 14 in an adventure that featured a mage named Alaznist?
- … that astradaemons often serve more powerful daemons as assassins and executioners?
- … that Korvosa boasts three statues of Field Marshal Jakthion Korvosa?
- … that the Birdcruncher goblins, make their home in caverns along the western side of Devil's Platter?
- … that at one time, Droskar's Crag was known as Torag's Crag?
- … that kobolds' scales appear in a variety of colors, including red, black, white, green, and blue?
- … that despite their name, cutlass spiders are actually constructs?
- … that the Pactmasters of Katapesh are Witchwyrds?
- … that when the light of Carcosa's star shines in another planet's night sky, Hastur's power on that planet grows stronger?
- … that Ed Greenwood lives in a farmhouse in Ontario, Canada?
- … that the second floor of Ferox's Garrison houses a huge library and an alchemist's lab?
- … that a group of Chelish treasure hunters recently failed to return from a foray into the ruined city of Nagisa?
- … that the lake monster Vorndra is said to live in Lake Vorn?
- … that Alaznist is said to have been a worshiper of many kinds of demons?
- … that the River Queen has a sister ship names the Lady Fortune?
- … that the Tekritanin League, along with the Jistka Imperium and Osirion, are credited with bringing civilization to northern Garund?
- … that the thorns of the Viper nettle can grow up to 6 inches in length?
- … that the Knights of Ozem were once commanded by Iomedae?
- … that Virlych is racked by unexplained and highly unnatural storms?
- … that the haft of the Axe of the Dwarvish Lords is veined with silver?
- … that the Poleiheira has been broken into several folios that are in the hands of various collectors?
- … that Wadjet is said to dwell in the papyrus marshes of the River Sphinx delta?
- … that the fortress town of Ysborg is populated primarily by ice trolls?
- … that the Azlanti were the first civilization to use the ioun stones?
- … that Mediogalt Island’s lagoons and outlying waters are home to the Kaneano tribe of adaro?
- … that water yai tend to be easily distracted by beautiful treasures?
- … that Those Who Wait work diligently to guard and preserve the Cities of the First Ones until their return?
- … that the Throne of Nalt was fashioned from the wings of the dragon Kazavon?
- … that Baba Yaga refers to the Red Rider as "My Red Son"?
- … that when the Swallowtail Festival is celebrated in cold climates, leaves or painted corn husks replace the traditional butterflies?
- … that the Sandpoint Cathedral was rebuilt after burning down in 4702 AR?
- … that Sandpoint Glassworks is one of the oldest industries in Sandpoint?
- … that the Scarnetti family is involved in a low-grade feud with the Shoanti of Magnimar?
- … that some deft arcanists have such skill in handling Harrow decks that they can injure opponents with thrown cards?
- … that the pelts of Firefoot Fennecs are popular in Absalom and Molthune?
- … that Choral "the Conqueror" Rogarvia disappeared around 4509 AR?
- … that Kaijitsu Manor has been the home of three generations of the Kaijitsu family?
- … that on Akiton, ratfolk are known as Ysoki?
- … that the elven druid Silvermane may be the last surviving member of the Council of Thorns?
- … that the Immortal Ambulatory is home to the dragon god Apsu?
- … that while most likely it was created by elves, no one remembers when or how the Walking Man was made?
- … that bugbears are particularly common in the wilderness of Varisia?
- … that pilgrims travel hundreds of miles to visit the Lambent Citadel in Solku?
- … that the Tusk Mountains are home to numerous frost giants?
- … that the powdered wings of snowflake moths are used as glitter by dressmakers in Nidal?
- … that the Darklands consists of three layers: Nar-Voth, Sekamina, and Orv?
- … that Pathfinder #7 was the first issue of Pathfinder Comics to not include a pull-out map?
- … that Revenge of the Kobold King is the sequel to Paizo's first-ever module?
- … that Azers often serve other societies as slaves or labourers?
- … that the Knights of Ozem are a military order dedicated to the goddess Iomedae?
- … that Moschabbatt, an ancient magma dragon, lives in lair deep beneath the surface near Droskar's Crag?
- … that Shemhazai was once the powerful angel empyreal lord of vision, but is now a tortured prisoner of Lamashtu?
- … that mephit is the name given to a grouping of diminutive, bat-winged creatures native to the elemental planes?
- … that only powerful casters are able to use teleportation to travel to or from an area in the proximity of blightburn?
- … that hill giants born smaller than normal are known as "guffs"?
- … that Jak'a'Napes is known for its Cinnamon-crusted flapjacks?
- … that The Umbral Leaves is commonly written in human blood?
- … that a dweomercat cub on the Material Plane cannot mature until it returns to the First World?
- … that pseudodragons are sometimes called "house drakes" due to their size and good nature?
- … that Shelyn has been known to offer divine pacts to mortals who realize the importance of beauty in the midst of battle?
- … that the Duskwardens charge 2 gold pieces to travel the Halflight Path?
- … that vegepymies worship a fungus-themed interpretation of Gozreh?
- … that town to Losthome is under the protection of Kalsgard, but not technically part of the Linnorm Kingdom of the Thanelands?
- … that Pangolais' Black Triune has been in place since the Age of Darkness?
- … that first-hand accounts of the city of Ird don't seem to exist?