Pathfinder Miniatures: The Scarecrow, Flesh Golem

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Pathfinder Miniatures are 28mm white metal minis based on characters and creatures from Paizo's Pathfinder campaign setting.

Miniatures include a plastic slotted base. They are unpainted and may need some assembly.

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He's just cool!


I've been looking forward to painting this guy for quite a while. I lack a lot of golem's in my collection, and not only is this one definitely a golem, he's very unique in his posture and menace!

The Scarecrow is a creature met by the party at the end of the second chapter of the RotR campaign. He is the charmed guardian for Xanesha the Lamia (also purchasable here), and guards her unfailingly. He is an obvious flesh golem, evident with all of the stiching that covers his arms and legs, which are massively muscled and very menacing. He wears a tattered shirt and pants, both covered in holes and patches, as if someone (possibly him?) attempted repairs at some point in the past). He wears a floppy farms hat, a set of leather bracers, and a cloth sack as a mask over his face, with only his beady eyes and rictus grin of a mouth visable. He has a belt around his waste, with a trio of shrunken, screaming heads tied to it by their hair. Finally, raised over his head, is a massive scythe, its end covered in gore, ready to plunge down into some PC's chest! He comes with a circular base with no slot groove, which is good, as his base is flat and undetailed, with no tab on the bottom to fit into a groove.

1. Mold lines were minor, and easy to clean, with no flash on the figure.

2. Details are excellent, with massive rippling muscles contained below a huge amount of stiching. The cloths are tattered and patched, showing obvious wear and tear. His bare feet and toes are well defined, as are his massive hands and fingers. The spatter of gore at the end of his scythe is very cool, as are the notches of wear on the blade itself.

3. His bent over posture made painting the open chest area quite a challenge, but it lends to the deadly threat he implies as he appears to be lunging forward to attack.

Since I can't rate at half stars, and four stars didn't seem to be enough for this guy, I give him five. He is a very cool figure, and while a challange for beginning painters, he is easier than most. He is well detailed, and makes for a very cool and unique golem figure for any collection.

What module or AP is this guy from? I don't remember seeing him.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Rise of the Runelords #2, "The Skinsaw Murders".

There is also a Scarecrow in Kingmaker

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Yes, Kingmaker has "A" scarecrow, but this miniature is of "THE" Scarecrow. Specifically, this one is a flesh golem with a scythe, as statted out in RotRL #2.

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