>>63399960>Golarion, however, is not some failed experiment
It is, though. Baba Yaga is stated to be bored with Irrisen because with one (two at the end of Reign of Winter) exception, it hasn't really done what she wanted it to at all. >Baba Yaga considers Irrisen an experiment in power, one that at first held her interest greatly. However, as time wore on and the subjugated Ulfen were unable to muster the power to overthrow her daughters’ rule, Baba Yaga grew bored. She was baffled why so few—neither her daughters, nor the oppressed citizens—rose up to break this chain of tyranny. After the reign of her first few daughters, Baba Yaga only returned to Golarion when it was time to crown a new daughter queen. It was this boredom with Irrisen, and her lack of attention on her experiment there, that led to Baba Yaga’s entrapment at the hands of Queen Elvanna and Rasputin. Nevertheless, Baba Yaga is somewhat proud of Elvanna for her attempted coup, considering it by far the most ambitious rebellion since her ninth daughter Tashanna’s uprising—not that Baba Yaga believes that it ever had a chance of succeeding.>she literally creates Irrisen as an experiment in seeing whether she can create what amounts to adventurers to overthrow the evil rulers
There's a joke in there somewhere, I'm not sure what it is, but it's there.
And regardless of what the queens might grant her by draining them, her own background says explicitly that she made herself immortal long before Irrisen was ever even a consideration for her, and she never had a problem before she made it.Is it weird that I found the Elvanna on the last part of the RoW AP to be actually quite attractive? 10/10 would assist in overthrowing evil old hags if offered.