- Books using "orcish":
- Gazetteer p4, 9
- Campaign Setting p6, 7, 14-15 (half-orc racial section; used 6 times), 65 (twice, once in a heading), 91, 201, 219
- Dwarves of Golarion p8
- River into Darkness p8
- Into the Darklands p8-9
- Classic Monsters Revisited p54-55 (6 times; the Orc chapter uses orc and orcish somewhat interchangeably)
- If the term is no longer used, and we want to standardize on the newer term only, we should decide (and ideally note it in the style manual) before enforcing it. Otherwise, both are canon unless one is explicitly invalidated. -Oznogon (talk) 20:18, 1 November 2015 (UTC)
- Does this post count as an explicit invalidation?
|“||The word "orcish" doesn't exist in Pathfinder. The adjective form of "orc" is merely "orc."
So, you'd have an orc longsword, an orc bloodline, or problems with orc racism... but never an orcish longsword, an orcish bloodline, or problems with orcish racism. [...] "Ish" never gets added to any race in Pathfinder.