The Adventurers: The Pyramid of Horus is a standalone board game of danger and exploration for 2-6 players, in which you descend into an ancient Egyptian pyramid to explore for archaeological relics, avoid mortal perils that haunt your pursuit of treasure, and escape alive with the highest Treasure value to win.
Now, The Adventurers: The Pyramid of Horus Pre-Painted Miniatures will enhance your journey across the pyramid's chambers and corridors. These pre-painted figures are available as a set of 11, featuring 8 Adventurers and 3 Mummy miniatures.
Each individual character comes to life with these colorful and detailed renditions. Further, even more excitement is added to the threat of encountering a mummy as each lumbering undead figure is frighteningly decorated. Immerse yourself in a new level of adventure!
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Not sure on these specific minis, but I recently bought a set on very similar looking minis from Fantasy Flight that go with their Cadwallon board game. The bases are gray and a little thinner than WotC's D&D minis, and the sculpts tend to be a tad bit lankier (i.e., taller and skinnier), but are certainly well withing the 1" = 5' scale range. I use them when playing Pathfinder, and the sculpts are certainly very cool and a bit edgier than other pre-painted minis I've seen.
I just got these and am pretty happy with them. Most of them definitely can fit into a fantasy setting like D&D or Pathfinder. As the above post says, they are a little on the small side, but do not look out of place next to my Pathfinder Heroes miniatures or most D&D miniatures.