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Celebrating Eastrek - the Separation of a Kingdom


Dira_small_dtrpg.pngCelebrating Eastrek is a hallmark of how far we’ve come since we started Mystical: Kingdom of Monsters. This finished guide has been updated to our modern standards and formatting, which includes simple monster stats, easily navigable sections, and detailed locations and NPCs to help round out any adventure in the world of Eldura.

Publisher Note: As with every project we update periodically, if you previously purchased the Early Adoption from Northwinter Press, that price is discounted away in the bundle below. This guide supercedes that content entirely.


  • A detailed layout of the Coal Brush Plains region of the Kingdom. It was to here the idealists fled the Mad King in the west and built a new home away from his influence. Now they celebrate that journey every year when spring begins with a week of games, parties, and of course, monster training.
  • Meet Miss Sandi, the resident arena master. She’s ready to challenge your party with her fiery companions at the Coal Brush Arena. Or set out to stop the local Thieves’ Guild Captain, Raen and her thundertusk companion before they can cause more trouble for the people of Freeson.
  • Visit spawning grounds, dangerous monster zones, and the King‘s Gate, where the local reeves prevent everybody they can from passing through on either side.
  • Find and capture 60 monsters, both new and familiar with new options and Challenge Ratings. Each comes with a special Eastrek trainer spell list and monstorin heritage traits so you can play one yourself.
  • New perks and simple monster breeding through templates.
  • Look up monsters by CR or spell, discover alternate eidolon and summon spell options, and explore the Coal Brush Plains using detailed maps and random encounter tables. And more!
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Shane O March 30, 2024 5:18 pm UTC
Looking at the preview for this product, the listed monsters only have hit point totals, with no listing of their actual Hit Dice. They also don't have their ability scores listed in full, instead presenting only the bonus values (and even then, not for all ability scores).

While I can understand space being tricky when it comes to layout (though having their size in the same line as their alignment and creature type would help there), this makes these entries seem incomplete, and makes me worry about the book's overall utility. Why not format the monsters in the same manner as in KoM Anniversary Edition?
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Samurai S March 31, 2024 4:06 am UTC
From page 21 (the first page of the monster section):

"Simple Monster Statistics
The monsters in this book use the simple monster creation rules (introduced in Pathfinder Unchained). This doesn’t change much for their function, except it means they treat trainer spells differently when they’re still wild vs. when captured. As a reminder, when a monster is captured, its spell-like abilities that act as spells are governed by the trainer’s spells per day. Even a monster (such as faerie dragons) that gains spells at will only benefits from that in the wild."
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