Pathfinder Paper Minis—Kingmaker Adventure Path Part 3: "The Varnhold Vanishing" PDF
Pathfinder Paper Minis(based on 2 ratings)
The Kingmaker Adventure Path ventures into the eastern portion of the Stolen Lands, where strange disappearances summon stout-hearted heroes to investigate. Long-dead abominations, prehistoric fauna and more await in this Pathfinder Paper Minis set, which contains everything you need to run "The Varnhold Vanishing," part three of the Kingmaker Adventure Path!
This set contains the following miniatures:
Artwork by Crystal Frasier.
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