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Pathfinder Battles—Heroes & Monsters: Venomous Snake

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Pathfinder RPG combat comes to life on your tabletop with Heroes & Monsters, the debut release in the new Pathfinder Battles prepainted miniatures line! Produced in cooperation with Paizo Publishing, Heroes & Monsters presents a fascinating array of 40 beautifully painted miniatures perfect for use with the Pathfinder RPG or any fantasy miniatures game! From the brave Gnome Fighter to the mighty evil lich, Heroes & Monsters offers a wide range of player characters and dungeon denizens that make a perfect start to your Pathfinder Battles collection!

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***½( ) (based on 4 ratings)

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A little too bright.

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I bought two of these miniatures to use in my Pathfinder game. The miniatures look pretty good, but the color is too much. They're nice looking, but nothing like the fiendish and Flame snakes that I got that belong to the D&D miniatures. All in all, they're not that bad looking.


A mixed bag

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In most things there is good and bad, and this snake is no exception.

Let's do the good first: the sculpt is terrific. It's detailed, the pose is dynamic, and the mouth is threatening. At its base, this is set up to be an excellent figure.

The bad: the paint job is wacky. The red is much too bright and undifferentiated, making it look like you're being attacked by a Twizzler. The pattern on the back isn't consistent, making it look like random squiggles rather than a diamondback or whatever they were shooting for. Perhaps the worst thing is that the paint job makes it look cheap, which is something that none of the other figures I've picked up from the set (with the possible exception of the half-elf cleric) does.

Note to Paizo: make a Twizzler monster for the next bestiary.


Left Field

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where did this guy come from. He is the only piece that seems to not fit with the others. I don't know if it is the scale or color but just feels like he got mixed up into the set. It is painted very well and has a strong pose. I'm with Scott Young again, he screams for a re-paint.


Here, snakey snakey...

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This is a nice serpent, although I'm still not sold on the "red = poisonous" theme, which makes this mini (and the spider) a bit garish. Still, I want a bunch so I can repaint them and have different versions... why through one poisonous snake at a party when you can throw half a dozen at them!





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