I haven't read here any discussion regarding the 4 classes that Jason revealed will be part of 2010's Advanced Player's Handbook for the Pathfinder RPG. Of the four, perhaps the most interesting for us, Dragonlance fans, is the Oracle. Although it basicallly sounds like a sorcererous cleric (i.e. spontaneous divine caster), I think we can still hope it could work out as a replacement/base of conversion for a Pathfinder Mystic (although we already have a very nice Mystic by Clive in the Fan Gaming Rules here at the Nexus).
What Jason revealed is quoted below:
For the whole 4 classes, you can read it HERE.Finally, the last class I want to talk about is the Oracle. This class is a spontaneous divine caster that is not devoted to any one god. Instead it is devoted to a particular concept or domain. The oracle draws his power from all the deities that support that concept, but none of them particularly hold any domain over him. A great example here would be Hercules, who would make a great oracle of strength. The class provides spontaneous divine casting, but the focus provides a host of other abilities and powers. You could expect feats of great might from the oracle of strength, while the oracle of fire is probably going to be able to roast you alive if you anger him. Think of the oracle more as an expert on a single topic and less as a seer of the future and you are close to the theme we are going for. I am really excited about what this class could do and the roleplaying options it presents. I might even have to give my current character a break to play an oracle as soon as the class is ready.