Pathfinder Battles—Crown of Fangs: Court of the Crimson Throne

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Set the scene for treachery and corruption with the Court of the Crimson Throne playset!

More than a dozen figures—from the wicked Queen Ileosa to a banquet table stacked with food—bring the decadence of an evil court to your gaming table! Heads will roll, so why not make them the finest heads in the land? Perfect for use with the new Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path hardcover campaign!

The Court of the Crimson Throne includes:

  • 5 figures—Dr. Davalulus, the Emperor (seated), Gloria, Gnome Executioner, and Queen Ileosa (seated)
  • 2 thrones—the Crimson Throne and Emperor's Throne
  • 1 guillotine and bowl
  • 1 table
  • 2 chairs
  • 2 plates of food
  • 1 turkey on platter
  • 6 pillars
  • 6 clear plastic bases
  • 6 velcro stickers

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

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The most disappointing case incentive yet

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This has got to be the most disappointing case incentive yet. I was expecting the throne itself to at least have a 2" base, but it's smaller than many of the Medium minis in this very set. How lame. I even delayed the ending of my Curse of the Crimson Throne campaign for a month just so I would have this for when the PCs enter the throne room. There's nothing in the description of the throne room in the AP that indicates there is a banquet table and chairs, or even any pillars. The throne is supposed to be this impressive thing. And we get this. And for some reason, there was apparently fear that the pillars will topple over easily, so they included these 3"x3" pieces of clear plastic and some really cheap adhesive velcro to attach the pillars to the plastic so they won't tip over. Very lame. If there was a way to get my money back on this, I would jump at it.

I would rate it 6 stars if i could!


You get 21 miniature pieces (plus six clear 3x3 rectangular plastic bases with six double velcro pads to put the six pillars on) for your money:

01: Emperor´s Throne
02: Crimson Throne
03: Queen Illeosa (sitting)
04: Emperor (sitting)
05: Guillotine (3 squares high)
06: Banquet table (3 squares long)
07: High-backed armchair 1
08: High-backed armchair 2
09: #45 Gnome Executioner (small mini on medium base)
10: #46 Dr. Davaulus (medium)
11: #47 Glorio Arkona (medium)
12: tiny golden bowl (can be placed unter 05 for the chopped off heads)
13: tiny silver plate with turkey
14: plate with food 1
15: plate with food 2
16-21: six pillars with torches (medium base, 4 squares high)

Everything is really sturdy and can be taken out of the blister and put back in, i did it multiple times.
The pillars all stand firmly and don´t tip over easily, but you can glue one side of a double-velcro sticker (six included) under it´s base and the other side on one of the six included 3x3 clear plastic bases for additional support.

Both the sitting Emperor and Queen minis fit on the thrones, armchairs, on the edge of the table and under the guillotine - they are also compatible with all other so far produced "Dungeon Dressings" like the bar stools or carts from "The Rusty Dragon Inn" or even Mage Knight products.
The sculpts and painting details (down to the faces) are really detailed. The book that the Dr. is holding has a tiny picture on one page and script on the other.

The only (very minor) fault i could find, is that the "Gnome Executioner" mini is on a medium base instead of a small one.


If you want to create a "throne room" scenario or need six high pillars (20 feet in-game) for a dungeon room, or a "Final Blade" guillotine complete with evil looking executioner for that Galt campaign, this is for you.
It won´t see as much table time as the "Rusty Dragon Inn", but if you have the money ($12,50 for subscribers/$50 for others), it is a very beautiful incentive.