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Pathfinder Battles—Deadly Foes

****½ (based on 6 ratings)

Add Case $511.68 $399.99

Add Brick $127.92 $115.13

Add Booster $15.99

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Featuring friends and foes from the world of Golarion, Deadly Foes introduces 52 unique figures for your Pathfinder Battles miniatures campaign. Deadly Foes follows the lead of popular Pathfinder Battles sets like Dungeons Deep to provide a legion of high-utility monsters and heroes suitable for any fantasy roleplaying campaign. From fearsome hobgoblins to evil soldiers, slavers, and monstrous giants to rare "dungeon dressing" inserts that add realism and fun to your fantasy gaming, Deadly Foes is packed the adversaries your game is looking for.

Pathfinder Battles: Deadly Foes miniatures come in three product configurations:

  • Four-figure boosters each containing 1 Large figure and 3 Medium or Small figures
  • Bricks containing 8 boosters (32 figures total)
  • Cases containing 4 bricks (128 figures total)

Purchasers should get no to very few duplicate figures in a brick. Buyers who purchase factory-sealed cases should get a nearly complete set of figures. (As with any randomized product, collation is not guaranteed.)

Note: This product is part of the Pathfinder Battles Case Subscription.

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****½ (based on 6 ratings)

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The Best Set Yet


In terms of quality, this is the best set yet.

- All humanoids (even the commons!) are as good or better than rare minis of prior sets. Their faces were especially good.

- The dungeon dressing was extremely well done in terms of both sculpt and paint. (Rope Trick, Book of the Damned). Most importantly, the book and pillar will be used!

- Minor gripe, the Invisible Guardian should have been made of clear plastic. Instead he looks like an elemental. I liked that it was common though and wished the bearded devil was common.

- The clockwork dragon and spawn were too specific for me to bother purchasing.

Great work, I look forward to the next set.

A tie for 2nd best set yet!

****( )

1 star minis: 1 (Keketar Protean)
2 star minis: 6
3 star minis: 10
4 star minis: 16
5 star minis: 17!

All 13 common minis get between 3 and 5 stars!
A lot of often needed monsters are in this set.
The best human faces yet, even better than the Rusty Dragon Inn set!

2 minis were missing in my case.
Too dark paintjobs on quite a lot minis.
While Wizkids finally seems to have the faces nailed, the sturdiness has taken a step back in the wrong direction.

The rare Protean is the size of a medium creature on a large base, it has the wrong eye color (according to the Bestiary entry ALWAYS the same) and it doesn´t look as cool as the Bestiary 2 color-scheme.

This is a set where a case is recommended!

Strongly Recommend an Entire Case

****( )

This set is mostly comprised of aberrations, Chelaxians, evil/good outsiders, hobgoblins and dungeon dressing. While the paint work is impressive, it is a little bland on a few minis, holding it back from five stars (wish I could give 4.5). I can see myself using just about every mini, which is important to me. As a whole, I really love the set and think it is well worth an entire case purchase. Cheers to Wizkids and Paizo :)

If you do order a case, carefully consider the Clockwork Dragon & Spawn of Cthulhu add-on. They are well done, but rare/specific.

Full case break down - Deadly Foes

****( )

Got my case today. I got at least one of every mini. Dungeon dressing was two per brick for a total of eight pieces. I got two candles and pillars (one of the rest).

1, 3, 4, 6, 13, 14, 16, 26, 27 and 31. 4 copies of each mini.
2, 5 and 10. 5 copies.
7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 17, 19-23, 25, and 28-30. 3 copies.
15, 18, 24 and 32. 2 copies.
Rest of minis only 1 copy.

Initial impressions: I really like the set and the vermin for swarms. Yes, the rope trick does look neat. Favorite would be pit demon and fire diabolist. Close is the gynosphinx. Would like next set to continue dungeon dressing and have more minis for player characters. Especially for newly allowed PFS player races.

The best set so far


Great figure selection ( really love the Lemur)
Got a full set in a case
Pulled two rope tricks and two pillars
Paint jobs are great ( but could se a wash)
The dressing pieces are all useful to me at least.

Way to many unicorns although a quick snip and I had two unicorns and two white horses.
Three broken figures including my Cthulhu
Not enough crabs ( only three) nitpick
The wings on both my pit fiend and clockwork dragon didn't fit and had to be trimmed.

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