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Pathfinder Battles—Rise of the Runelords: Rune Giant

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The greatest servants of the almighty Runelords march into your campaign in the form of the Rune Giant, the amazing new promotional "miniature" for the Pathfinder Battles: Rise of the Runelords set! Based on original cover art by fantasy master-painter Wayne Reynolds, this hulking figure towers over even the largest Pathfinder Battles miniatures released to date!

The massive Rune Giant stands over 7 inches tall on a 4-inch base, the first Gargantuan miniature ever produced for the Pathfinder Battles line. Produced in extremely limited quantities as a premium for customers who preorder a Standard Case of Rise of the Runelords miniatures, the Rune Giant is available only as long as supplies last!

Note: This product is part of the Pathfinder Battles Case Subscription.

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This is the first gargantuan figure I bought and I absolutely don't regret it! Its amazing details to its garments wows me and the sword makes it so much cooler! Its height is fantastically satisfying and its quite sturdy. I actually used it in my Rise of the Runelords campaign and it wowed and shocked the entire party as it murdered two of them. Thumbs up to whoever made this! I would definitely buy this again for a Pathfinder loving GM for his/her birthday.

Try to find a better Gargantuan humanoid for that price - you won´t!


This is even better than the Orcus - Prince of the Undead D&D mini from a few years back.
Because it costs half and is not as limited in its usability.
It looks absolutely stunning and could be used for different kinds of Gargantuan humanoids or as a real big statue or construct.
The painting and sculpt are superb and it is quite sturdy.
Buy it before it´s gone!

The miniature is awesome, but they shipped it to me without the packaging ...

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Quick review: No complaints about the mini. It is as satisfying to see towering over the heroes as I had hoped.

But because I ordered a bunch of minis at once, Paizo opted to send everything in the same box, and took the Rune Giant out of it's packaging in order to fit it in the box with the other items from my order instead of sending it separately. This and another item came without their packaging. Kinda disappointed in that actually.

Mighty fine mini


The Rune Giant is one of my favorite minis. The detailing on it is amazing. The sword is especially cool to look and the details on the armor is also very impressive. This mini towers over others and, until Deskari came along, he was the biggest mini that Pathfinder had seen. He is very cool and could use a home. Be a good person and let this "little" fella into your home and heart, he'll keep out pesky adventurers!

Absolutely Gorgeous


You're always kind of skeptical when you watch a company produce something for the first time. In the case of the Rune Giant, this miniature is Wizkid's first attempt to make a Gargantuan miniature. And when you grab this model, it really works. The paint job is absolutely gorgeous, the detail is incredible, and overall it is an excellent crown jewel to the Rise of the Runelords miniature set.

Now, there has been tons of comments on this miniature's leggings. For those of you who aren't caught up on the "discussion," basically, the miniature's leggings use a flesh tone, and if you look at the miniature from a mole's eye view (that is to say, from the bottom looking up) the miniature gives the impression that the Rune Giant is pantsless. I thought this was ridiculous reading the conversation, but now that I have the miniature in-hand I can confirm that its absolutely ridiculous. Sure, the tone is flesh-colored but would you make the same accusations of a lady wearing leggings? Of course not. The Rune Giant has ebon-black skin, so the idea that he is "pantsless" simply because his leggings are colored similar to a Caucasian's skin tone is laughable at the absolute best, and somewhat insulting at its worst. I can't see anyone with more maturity then a 12 year old making that claim about this miniature personally, but that's merely my own opinion on the topic and it certainly shouldn't stop you from owning the crown jewel of this miniatures set.

— Alexander "Alex" Augunas

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