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Pathfinder Miniatures: Skinsaw Cultist

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Pathfinder Miniatures are 28mm white metal minis based on characters and creatures from Paizo's Pathfinder campaign setting.

Miniatures include a plastic slotted base. They are unpainted and may need some assembly.

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I recently placed hands on three of these figures for my RotR campaign, with two more on their way. Now that I've cleaned these and glued them to their bases, I feel I can give an adequate review.

This figure looks and stands much like its counterpart within the module. The head is turned left, with the left arm tucked in as if to protect the figure from attack, while the right arm is stretched back, as if ready to lash out with the war razor once the adventurer's guard is down. The face is hidden behind a skinsaw mask, the single eye creepily peering out at the victim. Each figure comes with a square plastic base to mount it in that will place it diagonally across the square (unlike the picture on the website).

1. Flash. Flash. Flash. It's EVERYWHERE. There was heavy flash and molding lines all along the sweeping strands of robe hanging from this figure. Each of the three mini's requires at least fifteen minutes of cleaning time, trying to carve away at the flash hanging between ribbon strands, and to clean up the mold lines that were heavily in evidence.

2. The war razor, while true to the picture, is VERY thin and bends VERY easily. It has a lot of detail showing it to be notched and well used weapon, but I think a slightly thicker blade to give it strength would have been a better call than keeping it this true to the picture. If you look at the Justice Ironbriar figure (also encountered with these nasty fellows in the RotR campaign), his war razor is MUCH shorter and thicker, but still very adequate to the task of threatening the PCs.

3. The robes are very smooth and fluid, allowing the painter easy access to add what every stylizing and symbology they wish to the figure.

4. I personally would have liked to see more detail on the mask other than just the eye, but since I'm not recommending this figure for beginning painters, it's not a big deal.

Overall, I'm giving this a 3 out of 5, mostly due to the heavy flash and mold lines on all three figures that required excessive cleaning for such a small figure. While it is a simple figure and thus easy for beginner painters, they might miss a lot of the mold lines and not come out with a clean paint job. Also, the war razor is a weak point, and I'm afraid it will snap off at some point during transfer to and from games.



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