As the Kingmaker Adventure Path presses deeper into the uncharted wilderness of the Stolen Lands, the threats intensify. Keep track of the mayhem with printable minis custom-tailored to Rivers Run Red.
This set contains the following miniatures:
Angry logger, human warrior (6)
Assassin vine (Large)
Bat swarm (Large) (2)
Blood caiman (Large) (2)
Caveweaver spider (6)
Centipede swarm (Large)
Charmed logger, male human warrior (2)
Corax, male human ranger
The Dancing Lady, female baobhan sith
Drake, forest (Large)
Falchos, male satyr
Gnome explorer (Small) (9)
Grigori, male human bard
Gyronna cultist, female human commoner (6)
Hargulka, male troll fighter (Large)
Howl-of-the-North-Wind, male worg
Jubilost Narthopple, male gnome ranger/expert (Small)
Kargadd, male rock troll (Large)
Kundal, male human barbarian
Kundal, male werewolf barbarian
Lizardfolk brave (4)
The Lizard King's consort, female lizardfolk (3)
The Lonely Warrior, male cairn wight fighter
Mad Hermit, male old human rogue
Malgorzata Niska, female human cleric of Gyronna
Melianse, female nixie sorcerer (Small)
Munguk, male hill giant (Large)
Nagrundi, male two-headed troll (Large)
Narlmarch mugger (monitor lizard) (2)
The Old Beldame, female old human sorcerer
Old Crackjaw, male hookjaw turtle
Owlbear, giant (Huge)
Rat swarm (Large) (2)
Rigg Gargadilly, male quickling rogue (Small)
Scythe Tree (Huge)
Shambling mound (Large)
Spirit of Stisshak, will-o-wisp (Small)
Tiressia, female dryad druid
Troll (Large) (3)
Vesket the Lizard King, male advanced lizardfolk fighter
In the interest of making my interest in this interesting product known... Yeah sorry, couldn't resist.
I am very much want to get this set. That said I will not be purchasing them until the full set is available. I would really like to get these but I only want to spend the money if I will be able to use them for the whole run of the AP.
I've given up hope of getting use out of these minis. When we started our campaign 15 months ago, the paper minis for parts 1 and 2 were available, by now we've all but finished part 4, and there's still nothing for part 3 even. I'm not holding my breath for part 5 and 6 minis.
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The added mini are beautiful, especially the baby owlbear. I would have loved to have that at hand when we did run that part of the adventure. Today I will bring it with me and show it to my gaming group.
Thanks for the double-check Ruyan. The gnome explorers have a mixed-bag of equipment because I wanted PCs to be able to grab them for characters as well. About a third have axes, a third have crossbows, and a third have general equipment.
I'll fix up the other two issues tonight, and send Liz the updates.
They are running up into both the winter solstice feasting festival, and the time of year they start trying to get the gencon releases ready to go to the printer(if memory serves.) plus it sounds like crystal has a busy home life at the moment too. Might want to cut the guys some slack on this for a month or two.
I am as eager as anyone to see this series complete(and turned into the official Pawns set), but I am not sure the pestering is helping ;)
I hate to be the bad guy, but holy crap! It's been almost 2 and a half years now. At this rate, the final one should make it's debut in about the year 2021. Obviously Crystal is swamped doing other things, and that's great, it truly is, but is there another artist that can finish this line? I've seen several other complete adventure paths done in a fraction of the time it's taken to do this one book.
Don't get me wrong, the first two are great, and I really look forward to seeing the next one, but.....
See several posts up-thread. Apparently #3 is in the making but the wait is kind of a let-down.
Looking at the number of posts KM is a very popular AP - by far exceeding all the ones before and after.
Since Crystal is doing these minis and she's supposed to do handle quite some other things at work I can understand the delay but as customer of THIS product more transparency on when and if would be great.
I get the impression from the dates that work was started, then stopped, then restarted on them, with the first two getting complete overhauls. So to say its been two and a half years with only two produced is a little unfair.
But still true. Keep in mind that the overhaul was done due to the changes the PF paper mini line underwent. Even if you call that 2 additional sets, they only cover the first two volumes of the AP and it is also true that other artists being responsible for other APs finished their assignments on all six paper mini sets in less time.
Is there any chance this could be released as-is and then updated once the set is complete? I'd be happy to pay full price now and then download another version of the PDF in a few months.
My group is a few months from starting book 3 and they've really come to appreciate the artwork that they know has specifically been done for the Kingmaker AP. At this point I've already given up hope we'll ever see books 4 through 6.
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