Every town has a backstory, and quiet Belhaim has tales of ferocious dragons and a hero that faced it down. That was long ago, but now Belhaim is back on the map with Pathfinder Modules: The Dragon's Demand!
"The People of Belhaim" contains over 50 miniatures representing many of the townsfolk in Belhaim, from Lady Origena Devy, matron of the Devy estates, to farmers like Etor Adula and tinker Phedra Delbin. In "The People of Belhaim," you'll receive the following miniatures for your in your tabletop roleplaying game:
Adjatte Gruev, female expert
Anagrit, female witch
Axelia Medus, female expert
Bassy, female gnome bard
Belko Adras, male expert
"Big Bull" Baccus, male half-orc warrior
Calladastina Honas, female expert
Caspar Tymek, male commoner
Chavis Gorendel, male expert
Chosk Grellen, male expert
Davin Melashi, male expert
Dendo Bendetto, male expert
Dorcas Soory, female expert
Emarthine Willoway, female elf druid
Enrie Monette, male expert/warrior
Etor Adula, male commoner
Eudomas Biton, male ranger
Eupapehnia Targas, female aristocrat/cleric of Abadar
I really love these paper miniatures, which support the Dragon's Demand module. These are even better than using painted plastic or lead miniatures, because each and every villager in Belhaim is given his or her own unique miniature and likeness. The art is excellent and so is the variety. I particularly appreciate the serious art style which is significantly less "cartoonish" than some previous Paizo paper miniatures.
If you're running Dragon's Demand, or indeed any adventure based in a town or urban area, I can't recommend these highly enough. I'm running a play-by-post game and use the images to give life to the characters as they appear in the game.