Pathfinder Paper Minis—Legacy of Fire Adventure Path Part 2: "House of the Beast" PDF
Pathfinder Paper Minis(based on 3 ratings)
This pack contains over one hundred miniatures from the adventures in Pathfinder Adventure Path #20: "House of the Beast". In this set you will find a mad doctor, a Gargantuan centipede, one very large gnoll king, and more! Designed for use with the Legacy of Fire Adventure Path, these minis are perfect for any game.
This set contains the following miniatures:
Make sure you grab the Pathfinder Paper Minis Instructions here!
Artwork by Ashton Sperry
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