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Pathfinder Paper Minis—Serpent's Skull Adventure Path Part 2: "Racing to Ruin" PDF

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This set includes over 150 key NPCs and monsters from "Racing to Ruin", part two of the Serpent's Skull Adventure Path.

In this pack you will find rival adventurers, ferocious ape-men, serpents a-plenty, and guides to the spirit world!

This set contains the following miniatures:

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  • Aerys Movato, half-elf fighter
  • Amivor Glaur, human bard/rogue/Pathfinder delver
  • Ankheg (Large) (3)
  • Ape, baboon
  • Antelope
  • Athyra, human barbarian
  • Azlanti idol (Tiny) (4)
  • Basidiron
  • The Blue Warrior, cairn wight
  • Buffalo (Large)
  • Charau-ka (9)
  • Charau-ka acolyte (4)
  • Cheetah
  • Cheiton, dwarf expert/fighter
  • Chemosit (Large) (2)
  • Chirok the Stormbird, tropical ercinee (Large)
  • Chivane, female elf rogue/Red Mantis assassin
  • Chu-tok, Raogru's constrictor (Large)
  • Cornugon, chicken (Tiny)
  • Cow (Large)
  • Crocodile (Large) (4)
  • Crystal ooze
  • Dargan Etters, human sorcerer
  • Decapus
  • Dinosaur, ankylosaurus (Large)
  • Dream serpent, giant venomous snake (Large)
  • Freeman insurgent (3)
  • Eagle
  • Elephant (Large)
  • Eloko, Mwangi spriggan (3)
  • Eloko, Mwangi spriggan (3) (Large)
  • Fiendish giant wasp queen (Large)
  • Geier (Large) (2)
  • Gelik Aberwhinge, gnome bard
  • Giant crab (2)
  • Giant wasp (Large) (3)
  • Goat
  • Gorilla
  • Hawk (Tiny)
  • Hippopotamus (Large) (2)
  • Horse (Large)
  • Hyena
  • Ijo warrior (4)
  • Ishirou, human rogue
  • Issilar, serpentfolk enchanter
  • Itombu, shadow demon
  • Jackal
  • Jaji, Athyra's deinonychus
  • Jask Derindi, human cleric
  • Jelera Crinhouse, salt wight
  • Jigeke the Exile, human necromancer
  • Kassata Lewynn, human fighter/rogue
  • Kelpie
  • Leech swarm (Large) (2)
  • Lemur (Tiny)
  • Leopard
  • Lion (Large)
  • Lizard (Tiny)
  • Lizardfolk (3)
  • Mantis (Tiny)
  • Mithril cobra (3)
  • Monkey (Tiny)
  • Muddy Lyza, chicken (Tiny)
  • Mwangi ringed python (Large)
  • Mzali ranger (4)
  • Nkechi the Tempest, human cleric of Gozreh
  • Owl (Tiny)
  • Paleflesh, girallon (Large)
  • Plague zombie (8)
  • Porcupine
  • Possessed dire ape (Large)
  • Rabid wild dog (6)
  • Raogru, Fang of Ydersius, charau-ka cleric of Ydersius
  • Rat (Tiny)
  • Rhinoceros (Large)
  • Ricket's thug (3)
  • Rival faction agent (4)
  • Rotilius Havelar, human fighter/ranger
  • Salt wight (2)
  • Sasha Nevah, human ranger
  • Spawn of Aomak (Large)
  • Spider (Tiny)
  • Turtle (Tiny)
  • Troll zombie (Large)
  • Umagro, human barbarian
  • Violet mamba (4)
  • Vulture
  • Wasp (Tiny)
  • Water Elemental (Huge)
  • Weasel (Tiny)
  • Wild dog
  • Wild donkey (Large)
  • Zakiyya, succubus
  • Zebra (Large)
  • Zenj spirit dancer (3)

Art by Todd Westcot.

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Made the game

*****

Having just finished running a Serpents Skull campaign, I wanted to thank you for the great paper minis. It was good having just the right minis for each encounter. They look great, and worked a treat.

here is a look at all of them post game


This guy needs to do more!

*****

Love the art of these minis! Can't wait for the minis for the other books to drop!


Another great Paper Mini production

*****

25 pages of nicely done minis, ok 24 as there is a cover page, many animals are reusable in other adventures and would be superb for druids' animal companions. Many, if not all, of the key NPCs are depicted. I collect plastic minis and prefer to use those, but this inexpensive .pdf offering is superb for filling in the gaps for the NPCs from the AP. I wish all the AP modules had accompanying Paper Mini books. These are very close to the 'must have' category if you use battle mats and minis in your gaming sessions.


Stunning Skill

*****

Again this artist puts out polished work. His monsters make my players happy every time they sit down at the table. For me its all about the consistent art style of each piece.

Keep it up!


Perfect for PFS too

*****

This set is great for PFS also, since it contains a lot of animals (particularily monkeys) and tribes people, which you'll be using in various scenarios (especially Rescue on Azlant Ridge).

Great for creating an army, on a budget too!


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