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There has been one before in "Legends of Golarion (#24).
These two have been taken from pages 28 & 30 of AP # 110, although the images have been tweaked a little.
They are the only Ulat-Kini with full-body art in the issue (and in the AP too, i think).
We have now seen 5 of 12 large minis and know what two others will be.
As the last set had at least 8 minis taken from the pages of "Hell's Vemgeance" and the two Ulat-Kini are from "Strange Aeons", we can probably expect more minis taken from that AP.
Wow, three minis from my wishlist!
Also the Violet Fungus is a common?
Three or four Phantom Fungi will be a nice addition to my diet, too.
Thanks for the 7 minis preview, Mike!
Here is my list of "plant" minis that i expect/wish to be in the set:
What are your wishes/expectations?
Vic Wertz posted in the "Starfinder Maps ongoing subscription", that this item is designed to complement the two previously designed "Starship Corridors" & "Starship Chambers" map packs, which also appeared as "Pathfinder Map packs" way back for the "Iron Gods" AP.
Due to the fact, that Starfinder will only produce flip-mats and no map-packs (for the time being), this map is published under the Pathfinder banner.
Prince Setehrael wrote:
It´s up. There are no dates yet, but they WILL be shown here once everything is finalized.
Does the entire AP take place underwater? Most of it? A lot of it? Just one chapter?
From the descriptive text for the AP volumes i guess about half of it.
The first and second volume should take place mostly on land (with occassional dive actions).
If you click on the box art at the top, the sample pawns clearly have the names and numbers on them.
Normally a no-brainer.
I expect this set to be the normal useful version with set list on the back and the pawns labeled like Bestiary Box 1-5.
That being said, i could see the usefulness of the NEXT pawns set Pathfinder Pawns: Traps & Treasures Pawn Collection having NO NAMES on the pawns designed to lay flat on the gaming grid. ;-)
The first fourteen sets were for use with D&D 3.5, sets 15-21 for 4.0.
1 Harbinger: September 26, 2003 (80 miniatures in set)
15 Dungeons of Dread: March 28, 2008 (60 miniatures in set)
00 Feywild: Cancelled (Some minis printed with the Feywild logo escaped the factory and were sold online)
18 Monster Manual: Dangerous Delves: May 19, 2009 (40 miniatures in set)
I have never before played nor GMed a Society Roleplaying Guild Scenario, but man would i like to.
The fact that there are no names, numbers or other symbols on the pawns, nor a set list means there is no way to identify them.
Franz Lunzer wrote:
Unfortunately i don't have a scale for such fine weights. ;-)
Das hat dir der Teufel gesagt! ;-)
A large Marilith has been previewed.
Also there is a new line of prepainted "Thistleguard" minis from Wizkids announced for february 2018.
Each non-blind, non-random booster features a kid & it's companion.
minisgallery.com has a gallery
price is $6.99
These look really good & are hopefully on small bases.
I know that the measurements in Pathfinder are forever married to the counter-intuitive, backwards and outdated Imperial system, but can we few non-Americans have a bone thrown at us with the dimensions and weights of pocket editions listed in those crazy centimetres and grams we use?
I just took measurements of the four released pocket editions:
Height 21,5 cm
Thickness differs from roughly 1,7 cm (GM Guide 320 pages, Bestiary 328 pages & APG 336 pages) to 2,8 cm (CRB 576 pages).
The UE has 400 pages, so it should be around 2 cm thick.
Us crazy Germans and our thoroughness.
I don't know if any of you have seen the "D&D Icons of the Realms: Tomb of Annihilation" Case Incentive, but it features a lot of (3D painted plastic) floor tiles that i expect to be in this set too (as cardboard versions):
Foster Hamesby wrote:
Thank you, Foster! :-)
Could you (or another subscriber who has the pdf) copy/paste the back cover set list?
I'm very interested in getting pawns for older APs like Carrion Crown, so thank you for mentioning that.
I wish we would get more pawn sets for the NPCs of those APs which havn't gotten their own (Second Darkness, Legacy of Fire, Council of Thieves, Kingmaker, Serpents Skull, Carrion Crown & Jade Regent).
Although personally i expect that "Legacy of Fire" will eventually get it's own Pawn Collection in a few years (parts 4-6 are sold out and it may get a hardcover treatment one fine day).
Kingmaker is the most popular AP of them all (completely sold out) & with the computer game coming out in 2018 (i think), i expect a lot of interest for a reprint, so maybe we'll get a full pawns set for that yet?
Did anybody notice from which adventures which pawns in this set are?
There is a video on youtube called "Tomb of Annihilation: Wizkids Miniatures Set Preview".
You can see that the "Annihilator" is indeed glued on a large base, but has so much overhang at the front and back as to be huge at least, if not gargantuan.
Also there are three different Skeletons shown, the "Bateri Goblin" (variant?), the "Nycaloth", the "Pterafolk", and the "Traps Set" incentive (which looks very useful).
As i can't link the video right now, maybe somebody else could do that? ;-)
Two weeks till release! :-)
Is there an ETA for the "Ruins of Azlant Player's Guide" yet?
This AP will probably benefit more than most from a guide, because the setting is more specialized and not every character class will work equaly well.
Also: it's finally time for that shark animal companion! ;-)
Reviewed! An improvement over past entries, but there is still work to be done.
Thanks for the very well explained review, Feros. :-)There only seems to be a typo in the Vault of the Onyx Citadel section. ;-)
Personally i feel that a map of Longshadow would have been needed, but i havn't seen the Vault yet.
Vic Wertz wrote:
Where is the placeholder art from?It looked to me like it could be from the actual product because no flip-mat has a drawbridge leading over a moat into a keep.
Is this from a map-pack?
Thx for clarifying, Vic. :-)
There's a bat in Dungeons Deep.
To me, none of these would be as awesome as some/more of the uncommon player races: ratfolk, kitsune, tengu, wayang, etc. A mini that could be used throughout an entire campaign vs maybe once around 1st/2nd level.
You´re right about the Bat, i forgot about it, even though i have it (and the one from D&D too).
I´m glad we´ll finally get Ratfolk in the next set & in Starfinder too (even if there are some Wererat minis i can substitute).
That being said, animal companions & familiars are more common than the "Beast races" (which i like).
Yes, a donky/pack mule, pony and camel would be awesome.I love that we finally got the small dog and boy & girl minis in the actual set, but actual low CR creatures that you can either chose as animal companions or summon with "summon monster/natures ally" remain underpresented.
are all creatures which are next to impossible to get in the right size.
Everything for player characters is EXACTLY THE SAME as for monster races, UNLESS the sidebar says something else.
Of course it may be moot to memorize this, as the final product may change these rules.
Unless I'm missing something, the PC version sidebars for some of the playable aliens appear to be missing movement methods and speeds, such as that of the haan. Is there a universal rule for this that I didn't see, or is one intended to use the information listed in the monster entry?
You're missing something.In the introduction it says that PC aliens have lesser versions of alien abilities, some even not at all.
Of course this may be different in the final version, as it feels strange.
As Ninja Division doesn´t seem to be big on previews, i wanted to ask if we could maybe get a preview in august (or whenever you get some renders/prototypes yourself)?
I´d love to pre-order some minis, but it´s probably going to be a very close call to get these in september.
If i am honest, i am more than a little sceptic that the september release window will work out.
David knott 242 wrote:
How about the Core Rulebook? ;-p
That being said, there are no "Iconic" NPC class characters so far.
The render picture says "Aric, human noble", but it is actually the "Iconic Vigilante" in his social identity.
Also the extra Demogorgon is LARGE! ;-)
I´m super-excited to cross off one of the few miniatures from the Bestiary (1) that was still missing (as there hasn´t been produced any in the right size), the Purple Worm!
Also the list of Demon Lords minis is steadily increasing (still missing that Gargantuan Orcus unfortunately).:-)
The missing fourth Minotaur by the way is the "Minotaur Marauder", a female ranger with studded leather armor and a greataxe depicted charging, which would translate into a gore attack.
The Artillery is called "Tangle Tender" and is actually a trapsmith rogue.
The Inner Sea Monster Codex is a good book and we can probably expect even more minis (in this set?) taken from there, so take a look at it if you want to speculate a little. ;-)
Is that flame transparent plastic?
It looks like the flaming effect at the top is supposed to be, but it´s impossible to say now if this will still actually be the case with the finished miniature.I guess we will have to wait at least until the prototypes arrive...
These three make a nice army build possible and i wonder if the set will also include the fourth illustration in the sourcebook these come from, which is actually NOT the INNER SEA BEASTIARY, as stated above, but the Inner Sea Monster Codex, but that is an understandable mistake. ;-)
We now already know what five out of the twelve LARGE minis in the set are , and not a single one is bad! :-)
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