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Pathfinder Paper Minis—Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path Part 2: "Seven Days to the Grave" PDF

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This set contains over 80 key NPCs and creatures from "Seven Days to the Grave", part two of the Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path.

A deadly plague has struck the city of Korvosa, and its victims are not resting peacefully. Within this set you'll find plenty of undead, aquatic encounters, and commoners caught up in the chaos that's gripping Korvosa!

This set contains the following miniatures:

  • Ausio Carowyn, male human aristocrat
  • Ballroom zombie (4)
  • Bhrunlida Torthus, female human fighter
  • Brienna Soldado, female human commoner child
  • Daughter of Urgathoa (Large)
  • Den zombie (3)
  • Dining room zombie (4)
  • Dire rat (Small) (2)
  • Dr. Davaulus, male human rogue/expert/bard
  • Gallery zombie (3)
  • Girrigz, male wererat fighter
  • Grau Soldado, male human fighter
  • Gray Maiden, female human fighter (4)
  • Ishani Dhatri, male human cleric of Abadar
  • Jolstina Susperio, female elf rogue/sorcerer
  • Kitchen zombie (2)
  • Lady Andaisin, female human cleric of Urgathoa
  • Lavender thug, male human fighter
  • Leukodaemon (Large)
  • Olauren Carowyn, female human zombie
  • Otyugh (Large)
  • Priest of Urgathoa, human cleric (6)
  • Qadiran princess zombie
  • Queen's Physicians, human rogue (4)
  • Ramoska Arkminos, male nosferatu human wizard
  • Recital hall zombie
  • Rolth, male human necromancer
  • Runkus, male rat
  • Shrieker
  • Silt eel (6)
  • Skeleton (6)
  • Skinshear, blue shark
  • Tayce Soldado, female human commoner
  • Trinia Sabor, female human bard
  • Vampire spawn (4)
  • Vendra Loaggri, female human expert/rogue
  • Vencarlo Orsini, male middle-aged human
  • Wererat (4)
  • Yvicca, female sea hag druid
  • Zombie (6)

Artwork by Callous Jack.

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Another Great Set of Minis! Undead galore!


Callous Jack is back with another great set of minis. This one has hordes of urban encounters, including zombies, evil clerics, strange (and iconic) doctors and more. Anyone running a city-based adventure should have multiple reuses for this set!

Another great set


These paper mini sets just keep getting better. Even if you're not running this adventure, the urban setting allows many of these minis to be reusable. And who doesn't want minis for an undead fancy dance party? Gift Certificates
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