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Pathfinder Paper Minis—Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path Part 6: "Spires of Xin-Shalast" PDF

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This set includes 54 key NPCs and monsters from "Spires of Xin-Shalast", part six of the Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path.

In this pack you will find mountainous foes, giants of every kind, a blue dragon, and creatures from beyond time and space!

This set contains the following miniatures:

  • Abominable snowman (Large) (3)
  • Denizen of Leng (12)
  • Dread wraith (2)
  • Cloud giant (Huge) (2)
  • Gamigin, ice devil (Large)
  • Ghlorofaex, blue dragon (Huge)
  • Gyukak, ogre mage (Large)
  • Gyukak, stone giant (Large)
  • Haunted chain, animated object
  • The Hidden Beast, dread vampire decapus (Large)
  • The Horror Tree, unique treant (Huge)
  • Karivek Vekker, dwarf ghost
  • Karzoug the Claimer, Runelord of Greed
  • Khalib, human transmuter
  • Krak Naratha soldier, lamia kuchrima (10)
  • Lamia harridan (Huge) (2)
  • Morgiv, skulk
  • Most High Ceoptra, lamia harridan (Huge)
  • Mountain roper (Huge)
  • The Thing from Beyond Time, hound of Tindalos (Large)
  • Svevenka, icy nymph
  • Vampire skulk
  • Viorian Dekanti, human fighter (Large)
  • Warden of Runes, rune giant (Huge, Gargantuan) (3)
  • Warden of Thunder, storm giant (Huge) (2)
  • Warden of Wind, cloud giant (Huge) (3)
  • Wendigo

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Packed full of all the baddies you'll need for the adventure, of course, but the real kicker is the Gargantuan sized Rune Giants.

I can't wait to see the others at the table when we slap those suckers down and say "Roll Initiative!"


I expect a lot of hard looks right about then...hehe.

Great work folks, the art really feels appropriate to the adventure, and the little details (like the Ogre Mage with samurai helmet & Rune Giant's 7-ringed sword) make it pop.

We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat



Tons of giants, monsters, Lovecraftian Horrors, Devils, Lamias, a Dragon, a RUNELORD! and more...

CJ did a great job with these. Its nice that many of the "repeat figures" were done with what comes off as slightly different olor schemes, so that even things like the kuchrima have identical poses looking different enough.

And the Giants! Some of the Rune Giants take an ENTIRE PAGE PER SIDE! Yup, almost a foot tall.

And now the entire ROTR AP is complete...with these 6 sets you get pretty much EVERYTHING you need to play the entire AP...

Just, WOW! How cool is that... Gift Certificates
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