Pathfinder Paper Minis—Serpent's Skull Adventure Path Part 3: "City of Seven Spears" PDF
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This set contains over 100 key NPCs and monsters from "City of Seven Spears," part three of the Serpent's Skull Adventure Path.
Within it you will find ferocious ape-men and their servants, long-hidden reptilian threats, jungle denizens, and spiders of terrifying size. You will find allies and rivals alike as well, with representatives from the many factions searching for the City of Seven Spears!
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