Pathfinder Beginner Box Heroes Miniatures Set

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This set of 4 exquisitely detailed prepainted plastic miniatures is meant to complement the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Beginner Box with all four of the featured pregenerated characters in the game.

    Miniatures include:
  • Kyra, Female Human Cleric
  • Valeros, Male Human Fighter
  • Merisiel, Female Elf Rogue
  • Ezren, Male Human Wizard

All figures are on 1"-round bases and are fully compatible with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Are these prepainted plastic miniatures included in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Beginner Box?
A: The Beginner Box includes more than 80 full-color pawns, but it does not include any prepainted plastic miniatures. This set is a separate product designed to complement the Beginner Box or stand on its own.

Q: Are the miniatures in this set randomized?
A: This is a fixed set containing the four miniatures listed above.

Q: Will this set be part of Paizo's Pathfinder Roleplaying Game subscription?
A: This set is produced by WizKids under license from Paizo, and is not part of any Paizo subscription.

Q: How does this affect the Pathfinder Miniatures line from Reaper Miniatures?
A: Reaper Miniatures has been producing unpainted metal Pathfinder Miniatures since Fall 2009, and they will continue to do so.

Q: Do these miniatures use Reaper's sculpts?
A: These miniatures use all-new sculpts by WizKids.

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Everything you need for the classic four classes


This was actually the first Pathfinder product I ever owned. I mainly bought it for Valeros (Because I usually use Fighters), but now I'm planning on using Kyra as a stand-in for my Aasimar Cleric. I'd like to see non-random sets of these for other iconics - I'd love to be able to own Amiri, Harsk (Dwarves rule!) or Seelah without having to go through the trouble of buying random minis. Anyway, these figs are a great buy for anyone who wants to play one of the "big four" classes.

First Pathfinder Miniatures I Owned.


I had dropped out of the RPG hobby for a while. When I elected to rejoin the fun I looked at several options and elected to buy into Pathfinder. I picked up the core rule book, the bestiary, and on a whim this set of four miniatures.

I opened the pack and took them out. I loved all four from the start. They were clean, nice paint jobs for PPMs and had that great "Fantasy RPG" feel to them.

Anyone who likes Pathfinder miniatures should own this set in my opinion.

This is a great idea!


This is actually the first set i ever bought from the pathfinder battles series. The sculpts have a wonderful level of detail and these are honestly all top tier miniatures for each of there respected classes. The paint looked a little better online then it did in person, but honestly for a pre-painted set with a vibrant array of colors for each figure, i can't complain at all. Most of all, I want to say that this was a great idea, and there needs to be more sets of nonrandom pc miniatures. I'd honestly buy everyone. The same goes for the Champions of Evil set.

Good, but not great

***( )( )

I was unsure of how to feel when i first heard about the Pathfinder PPM. The digital shots of the miniatures gave alot of promises but the on the other hand i have my experiences with Wizkids Mage Knight miniatures (who has some nice sculpts but really horrible paintjobs).

Ezren (3/5)
I dislike the pose and the choice to make the staff metallic. The flesh paint is not precise between the neck and hair which makes the neck look rather bloated. The cloak is nicely detailed and the rest of the miniature is slightly better than what you would expect from a PPM.

Kyra (4/5)
The cloak is really superb, may more detailed than you would expect from a PPM. Sadly the face lacks depth which makes Kyra look abit like a manikin. Her her armor could have been in a more exciting color as well.

Merisiel (1/5)
This is by far the worst of the miniatures, to my greatest disappointment. I was looking forward to this one but it really fails to deliver. The sculpt lacks quite alot of detail which means that it has to be painted on. And it goes without saying that with mass produced painted miniatures that's not going to yield a good result. A huge disappointment.

Valeros (4/5)
A solid fighter miniature. The armor looks good and the sculpt is resonably detailed. My only concern would be the face, which like Kyra is abit shallow (although not as much as Kyra). The paintjob on the face leaves Valeros looking quite dim.

All and all the quality is resonable for the price of the product. The good makes up for the bad.

Look awesome


I am really happy with these 4 minis. I rate it 4.5 out of 5. Minus a half because the cleric is holding a holy symbol. How about a shield with holy symbol on it!

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