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Pathfinder Paper Minis—Skull & Shackles Adventure Path Part 1: "The Wormwood Mutiny" PDF

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This set contains over 100 key NPCs, monsters, and a full pirate crew for "The Wormwood Mutiny," the first part of the Skull & Shackles Adventure Path.

Plunder and piracy on the seas of Golarion starts somewhere, and your PCs will be scrubbin' the decks next to the likes of foul-mouthed Rosie Cusswell and the Besmaran cleric Sandara Quinn! Get all the miniatures you need to run "The Wormwood Mutiny", with an entire assortment of aquatic monsters and other piratical beasties—including a parrot!

This set contains the following miniatures:

Spoiler:
  • Ambrose "Fishguts" Kroop, male human
  • Ankheg (Large)
  • Aretta Bansion, female human
  • Arron Ivy, ghast
  • Barefoot Samms Toppin, female human
  • Barnabus Harrigan, male human fighter
  • Bilge spider (Tiny)
  • Black-hearted Bezebel, chicken (Tiny)
  • Botfly swarm (2)
  • Brinebrood Queen, female grindylow (Small)
  • Caulky Tarroon, female human commoner
  • Conchobhar Turlach Shortstone, male gnome
  • Crimson "Cog" Cogward, male human
  • Cut-throat Grok, female half-orc fighter
  • Devilfish (Large)
  • Dire rat (Small) (6)
  • Fipps Chumlett, male human
  • Giant crab (3)
  • Giant frog (2)
  • Giant moray eel (Medium)
  • Giffer Tibbs, female gnome
  • Grindylow (Small) (11)
  • Habbly Quarne, male human fighter
  • Jack Scrimshaw, male human
  • Jakes Magpie, male human
  • Kipper, male human rogue
  • Lacedon (2)
  • Maheem, male human
  • Master Scourge, male human
  • Mister Plugg, male human fighter
  • Mosquito swarm (2)
  • Owlbear Hartshorn, male human fighter
  • Patch Patchsalt, female gnome rogue
  • Peppery Longfarthing, female human sorcerer
  • Pluck, parrot (Small)
  • Rahadoumi officer, female human ranger
  • Rahadoumi sailor, human warrior (6)
  • "Ratline" Rattsberger, male halfling
  • Reefclaw (2)
  • Riaris Krine, female human fighter
  • Rosie Cusswell, female halfling
  • Sandara Quinn, female human cleric of Besmara
  • Shark (Large) (6)
  • Ship's whore, female ghoul (3)
  • Shivikah, female human
  • Slippery Syl Lonegan, female human
  • Stirge (Tiny) (8)
  • Tam "Narwhal" Tate, male dwarf
  • The Whale, male advanced grindylow
  • Tilly Brackett, female human
  • Vine choker (Small) (2)
  • Wormwood pirate (14)

Artwork by Callous Jack.

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Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

Now available—ya-harrr!


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber

Wow, that was fast!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game, Maps, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

Looks awesome...just bought it. But that cover monster is some serious nightmare fuel.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Who is the artist for this set?

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

Mothman wrote:
Who is the artist for this set?

Callous Jack! I forgot to add him to the product description, which I will do tomorrow. :)

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Excellent that the art is by Callous Jack.

Bummer that this is the project he has been working on, rather than a Carrion Crown set ...

Thanks Liz.


*slight derailment but placed here, because it gets more attention*
Talking about delayed projects - any news on those KM Paper Minis, Liz?

Ruyan.


This is fantastic that it's released about the same time as the adventure! Good job! I'll be buying it shortly.

Taldor

Thanks guys, I hope you enjoy them! It was a lot of fun to do this set.

Sorry MM, I don't have dibs on Carrion Crown...
:-)

Taldor

By the way, for those who were giving feedback in other threads, I put in labeled bases and I also made the bases square for easier cutting so let me know if you prefer it that way.


Square bases definitely sound like they'd be a lot easier to work with. Thanks!


Even though I might not be running this adventure anytime soon, I love how you guys were able to get this set ready so quickly. Between this and the Pawns set, Paizo has really done a great job of supporting this Adventure Path. Love it.

And for the record I was already interested in running this and now I'm even more so. Great job on the figures Jack.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Would it be complicated to use these as Virtual Table Top tokens?


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game, Maps, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

Awesome job again CJ! (I haven't even read WWM yet and I have uses for these minis!)

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

Leonal wrote:
Would it be complicated to use these as Virtual Table Top tokens?

You should be able to use TokenTool without an issue if you want to make VTT tokens.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Liz Courts wrote:
Leonal wrote:
Would it be complicated to use these as Virtual Table Top tokens?
You should be able to use TokenTool without an issue if you want to make VTT tokens.

Thank you Liz. I was curious since they're made for printing. Will buy and try :-)

Taldor

Hmmm...I had to look up TokenTool as I'm not familiar with any of VTT stuff. Very cool!

Taldor

Thanks for the review, gigglestick!


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

SomePDF Image Extract, Paint.net and FastStone Photo Resizer did the trick! :) (I never found token tool useful unless you want borders.)

And great art!!

So will these come out in the same rate as the AP? ^^

Taldor

Leonal wrote:


So will these come out in the same rate as the AP? ^^

Well, that's the plan...

:-)


Parrot!!

If only I weren't scheduled to play in a Skull & Shackles campaign...

Might have to buy this and put in storage for later anyway.

Shadow Lodge

Kajehase wrote:

Parrot!!

If only I weren't scheduled to play in a Skull & Shackles campaign...

Might have to buy this and put in storage for later anyway.

I asked this in the wrong place before. Do the wormwood pirate crew match their physical descriptions in the AP?

Taldor

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Kajehase wrote:

Parrot!!

If only I weren't scheduled to play in a Skull & Shackles campaign...

Might have to buy this and put in storage for later anyway.

C'mon...you know you want to... ;-)

Varthanna wrote:


I asked this in the wrong place before. Do the wormwood pirate crew match their physical descriptions in the AP?

Yes! Granted there is a lot of artistic freedom beyond someone described as "a fat, pushy bully with a shaved head." But I tried to make sure the details and correct weapons were covered with the whole crew. I also matched the paper mini illustration to any crew illustrations in the book.


Is this the same artwork as will be in Skull & Shackles Adventure Path Pawn Collection?

Taldor

Hi Kradlum! The artwork is not the same as the pawn art.


Cool. Bought, downloaded, waiting for the office to be quieter before printing...

Taldor

Kradlum wrote:
Cool. Bought, downloaded, waiting for the office to be quieter before printing...

Thank you very much!

I hope you enjoy them and let me know what you think!

Shadow Lodge

It seems like you have all of the named crew except for Jaundice Jape... any reason why he was left out? I just used a "wormwood pirate" for him, but it doesnt quite work since he's a half orc. I'd much rather have him than Mapgie.

plot spoiler:
Magpie wont even be alive long enough to be remembered

Taldor

Varthanna wrote:

It seems like you have all of the named crew except for Jaundice Jape... any reason why he was left out? I just used a "wormwood pirate" for him, but it doesnt quite work since he's a half orc. I'd much rather have him than Mapgie.

** spoiler omitted **

D'oh! Thank you for catching that error. Jaundiced Jape was done, I guess I forgot to put him in the layout. I'll see about fixing that today.


OMG! They listened. Thank you Paizo!
John W. Stout

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Kettlebriar Mar 6, 2012, 08:11 PM
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Why do products like this always get released AFTER we've already played the adventures and don't need them anymore. Wouldn't it be good business sense to release the Map Folios, Decks, card stock Mini's at the same time the first adventure ships so we can actually utilize the products as we play the Adventure Path?

Don't hate,
Just saying.

Love you guys!)

Andoran

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

These are great! I mean really fantastic! I was already excited about Skull & Shackles, and was making imploring puppy-dog eyes at passers-by to run it for me, and then these came along! After using the first two KM sets like crazy, I really couldn't pass this up. Downloaded 'em immediately. The art style is different than what I've grown accustomed to, but more detailed and definitely not a bad thing. Once I get these bad boys (and girls...and things...) printed out and assembled, I'll be sure to post a review.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

We've found Jaundiced Japes! He was hiding in the bilges, and has now been added to the PDF.

Shadow Lodge

Liz Courts wrote:
We've found Jaundiced Japes! He was hiding in the bilges, and has now been added to the PDF.

Coward! He should be keelhauled!

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game Subscriber

Great work. I don't normally go for paper miniatures, but with all the great individuals in the crew I knew I wanted something more than just my normal collection of miniatures. As for the bases, while I prefer round bases on my traditional miniatures, I really appreciate the square bases on these as it takes probably half as long if not more to cut them out and assemble them.

Just one question. I'm having a hard time figuring out what the two larger swarm figs are for. I don't see anything in the adventure that calls for huge swarms of them. The red "fold" lines on them don't make sense to me as putting a cross shaped fold on them isn't going to do anything. What are these two for?

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game Subscriber

Also while assembling them I found that the fold line on the Captain Harrigan row is not centered properly. It's off by about 1/16 of a inch causing the base tabs to not line up.

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

Delthos wrote:
Just one question. I'm having a hard time figuring out what the two larger swarm figs are for. I don't see anything in the adventure that calls for huge swarms of them. The red "fold" lines on them don't make sense to me as putting a cross shaped fold on them isn't going to do anything. What are these two for?

The swarms take up a Space of 10 feet, which is why they're the size that they are. But the swarm subtype has this pertinent rule as to why they're displayed in tokens:

Pathfinder Reference Document wrote:
The area occupied by a large swarm is completely shapeable, though the swarm usually remains in contiguous squares.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Here’s the thing. We have an obscene collection of minis. I got to page 22 of Pathfinder 55 on my lunch hour, and the NPCs are just fantastic, leaping off the pages. Then it hit me, my head began swimming as I realized I’d have to pick out about 50 different character figures and try to remember who they represented week to week. I come back in from lunch, visit Paizo.com, and here’s the answer. Thanks for getting these out in time for the beginning of the campaign! Also, super artwork, like this much more than the cartoony style. Three Cheers!

Taldor

Okay, Captain Harrigan has been fixed and the Swarms have been corrected from Huge to Large. The pdf should be updated in a little bit. Thanks for catching those errors, Delthos!

Courtney! wrote:
Once I get these bad boys (and girls...and things...) printed out and assembled, I'll be sure to post a review.

Thank you! I'm glad you like them and I'd really appreciate a review if you get a chance!

DM Jeff wrote:
Here’s the thing. We have an obscene collection of minis. I got to page 22 of Pathfinder 55 on my lunch hour, and the NPCs are just fantastic, leaping off the pages. Then it hit me, my head began swimming as I realized I’d have to pick out about 50 different character figures and try to remember who they represented week to week. I come back in from lunch, visit Paizo.com, and here’s the answer. Thanks for getting these out in time for the beginning of the campaign! Also, super artwork, like this much more than the cartoony style. Three Cheers!

Thanks DM Jeff! I'm glad you like the artwork!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Yes, CJ. Awesome artwork. I have to admit I was leery of purchasing another set of paper minis as the set I purchased for KM was too cartoony for my tastes as well. So with some trepidation I closed my eyes and pressed the purchase button. I'm glad to say that I was not disappointed.
One thing I would like to see on these product pages is perhaps an example of the artwork within. Some kind of preview so if the art is not to my liking I could then avoid purchasing the product and not have to suffer buyer's remorse when it's too late.

Taldor

Vanulf Wulfson wrote:

Yes, CJ. Awesome artwork. I have to admit I was leery of purchasing another set of paper minis as the set I purchased for KM was too cartoony for my tastes as well. So with some trepidation I closed my eyes and pressed the purchase button. I'm glad to say that I was not disappointed.

One thing I would like to see on these product pages is perhaps an example of the artwork within. Some kind of preview so if the art is not to my liking I could then avoid purchasing the product and not have to suffer buyer's remorse when it's too late.

Thanks Vanulf, I'm glad to hear you weren't disappointed with the set! I usually do cropped teasers of some of the art but I haven't had a chance to do that yet as I'm feverishly working on the Raiders of the Fever Sea.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

CJ,
Did you ever get the chance to update the PDF with those last changes?


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber

Callous Jack, any chance that you might add "Dungrin the Whispering Dwarf" to the set? Dungrin was cut from the module but posted by Richard Pett here on this forum.

Taldor

Vanulf Wulfson wrote:

CJ,

Did you ever get the chance to update the PDF with those last changes?

The pdf was updated but I'm not sure if Liz had a chance to upload it on Friday.

Zaister wrote:
Callous Jack, any chance that you might add "Dungrin the Whispering Dwarf" to the set? Dungrin was cut from the module but posted by Richard Pett here on this forum.

Interesting! Well, if enough people request it, I could add him at some point.


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber
Callous Jack wrote:
Interesting! Well, if enough people request it, I could add him at some point.

Cool!

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

PDF updated—Captain Harrigan has been made to walk the line correctly and the swarms have been reduced in size.

Taldor

Thanks Liz!


How do you know which NPC is which? Especially the "common" pirate ones? Are the names on them? or ?

-- david
Papa.DRB

Taldor

Papa-DRB wrote:

How do you know which NPC is which? Especially the "common" pirate ones? Are the names on them? or ?

-- david
Papa.DRB

Hi david, every character has their name directly underneath them on the pdf. And once they're cut out, I also label the underside of the bases so if anyone forgets who is who, you can just look underneath.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Nice job again, Callous Jack!


Callous Jack wrote:
Hi david, every character has their name directly underneath them on the pdf. And once they're cut out, I also label the underside of the bases so if anyone forgets who is who, you can just look underneath.

Ah, thanks!

-- david
Papa.DRB

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