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!
I'm not sure what I can add to the other 5-star reviews for this product, other than to reinforce the key points for me.
Artwork representing Characters / NPCs / Monsters is always very much a matter of personal taste; what appeals to one person may not appeal to others. For me, the artwork for each of these Minis is (as Delthos has said) "outstanding."
There's enough variety between the representations of even the "generic Minis" (such as the "pirates" / "grindylows") that I'm having trouble imaging a combat situation where anyone would have trouble differentiating between combatants.
In fact, the "generics" have such personality and panache they almost deserve names ...
Named NPCs from the AP have plenty of flavor and style as well (but still mirror the visual representations from the AP), and would be easily-recognizable once on the table-top. GMs, they're all here, just waiting to toss-down with your players!
Table-top? As Ravien noted, these Minis are perfect for re-purposing for use in VTT settings. That's how I'm planning to use them, and each Mini looks great at several resolutions.
This product is the standard by which I'll judge future Mini / Token purchases. Well-worth your consideration.
I'm not normally a big paper miniature gamer. That being said I read the first volume of the Skull and Shackles Adventure Path and I quickly realized I wasn't going to be able to field a satisfying pirate crew with my collection of miniatures. So I decided to take the plunge into paper miniatures with this AP. I'm so glad I did.
The artwork is outstanding. All the characters and monsters for the AP are there. There is some slight duplication of the more generic stuff, but there is still variety in those, as there are at least two different versions of each of the generic stuff. There were a few problems with the file, but they were quickly fixed. This is one resource I've been pleasantly surprised with.
I hope to see more in this style and quality. I was so surprised by this one that I decided to take a chance on another AP's paper miniatures. I will reserve comment for that one other than to say it does not stand up to the standards set by this set!
After reading the AP I thought it would be hard to find images for all those mentioned NPCs.
But it wasn't. All named NPCs have their own miniature.
It is very nice, that if you fight several creature of the same type during the AP, there are actually several different images for these type. So not all creatures will look alike.
Also if you copy the images from this PDF they have an white background without any artifacts around them (as it happens if you copy the images from the actual AP). This really helps with further editing.
This PDF really helped me creating my VTT tokens for the Skull and Shackles AP.