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Starfinder Alien Archive Pawn Box

Starfinder Alien Archive Pawn Box

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The extraterrestrial menaces of Starfinder Alien Archive come alive on your tabletop with this box-busting collection of more than 300 creature pawns for use with the Starfinder Roleplaying Game or any tabletop science fantasy RPG! Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn features a beautiful, full-color image of an alien from the Starfinder RPG's first collection of interplanetary threats and unique player-character races. These cardboard pawns slot into size-appropriate plastic bases, making it easy to mix them with traditional metal or plastic miniatures. With multiple pawns for commonly encountered creatures and a handful of new foes to fight in starship combat, the Starfinder Alien Archive Pawn Box is the best way to ensure you've got the perfect characters to bring your Starfinder campaign to life!

Includes 20 medium bases, 10 large bases, and 5 huge bases.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-994-3

Note: This product is part of the Starfinder Accessories Subscription.

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Now available for preorder! Image and description are not final and may vary before release!


In space, no one can hear you salivate over a new box of awesome pawns...

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Subscriber

I can't wait to get my hand on it.


Hey look. Sneak peek at spooky monsters in space. What ever that thing is on the side of the box, keep it the hell away from me.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber, Campaign Setting, Companion, Maps, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Aunders wrote:
Hey look. Sneak peek at spooky monsters in space. What ever that thing is on the side of the box, keep it the hell away from me.

I didn't notice that thing until you pointed it out.. Nightmare fuel..

Super excited to see pawns coming out so soon after the product!


Pathfinder Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

And this is actually the second Starfinder pawn box.

The first one can be found here.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I thought that first one wasn't a box but one of those thinner releases.

Dark Archive

Samy wrote:
I thought that first one wasn't a box but one of those thinner releases.

Yep, you are right, Samy.

The product David linked seems to be just like the Pawn collections for a Pathfinder AP and will probably have only the iconics and base creatures from the Starfinder Core Rulebook art and will have no bases included.

Maybe even a few from the first AP "Dead Suns", as that AP will probably use some creatures from there.

This here is an actual box like the Pathfinder Bestiary Boxes and should include some bases indicated by the similiar pricing.


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Does anyone know if this box will have assorted spaceships like the core set?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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Dyldor wrote:
Does anyone know if this box will have assorted spaceships like the core set?

It's drawn from a book on creatures, so what reason would there possibly be for putting starships in this set?

Spoiler:
Because there are three starships in this set. And they're each there for a good reason.


Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Vic Wertz wrote:

It's drawn from a book on creatures, so what reason would there possibly be for putting starships in this set?

** spoiler omitted **

I'm gonna guess/wish:

Spoiler:
  • A living spaceship
  • An undead spaceship
  • An automated construct spaceship, preferably clockwork

Lantern Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Distant Scholar wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:

It's drawn from a book on creatures, so what reason would there possibly be for putting starships in this set?

** spoiler omitted **

I'm gonna guess/wish:

** spoiler omitted **

In the Bringing Out the Big Guns thread, we learned from the writer of Alien Archive about his very topic:

Jason Keeley wrote:
This is probably a conversation served better by another thread, but in the most teasing way possible, here's what you will see in Alien Archive: an alien that IS a starship, an alien that can turn into a starship, a sample starship for a familiar alien race, and a starship frame that you'd have to be a real jerk to use.

My guess is that the starship frame you would have to be a jerk to use is some sort of take on a space whale.

Liberty's Edge

Ashanderai wrote:
Distant Scholar wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:

It's drawn from a book on creatures, so what reason would there possibly be for putting starships in this set?

** spoiler omitted **

I'm gonna guess/wish:

** spoiler omitted **

In the Bringing Out the Big Guns thread, we learned from the writer of Alien Archive about his very topic:

Jason Keeley wrote:
This is probably a conversation served better by another thread, but in the most teasing way possible, here's what you will see in Alien Archive: an alien that IS a starship, an alien that can turn into a starship, a sample starship for a familiar alien race, and a starship frame that you'd have to be a real jerk to use.
My guess is that the starship frame you would have to be a jerk to use is some sort of take on a space whale.

Wait, are we getting a transformer?


Pathfinder Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

So if I want to be a real jerk of a GM, I need to wait a couple of months after August to give the party the "starship frame that you'd have to be a real jerk to use" as their initial ship, right?

Dark Archive

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Vic posted on the "Alien Archive" product page that there are over 90 different pawn images inside the box, which would average about three per creature.

Of course we will probably get like six "Space Goblins" and two "Necrovites". ;-)

Paizo Employee Community & Digital Content Director

Updated with final description and image. Set list to follow closer to release.


Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Hmm.. so there are 90 images in this pawn set and almost 160 images in the corresponding book. Can some of the missing images be found in the core rulebook pawn set?

Dark Archive

Agent-D20 wrote:
Hmm.. so there are 90 images in this pawn set and almost 160 images in the corresponding book. Can some of the missing images be found in the core rulebook pawn set?

No, Alien Archive has 160 pages, but over 80 creatures (with images).

There should be almost every creature (up to huge size, but not the gargantuan or colossal ones - planet-killing "novaspawn" are a good bet) in this pawn set.
Huge ones (like the "Ksarik") will most probably be in it once, while small ones (like the "space goblins") will probably be in it multiple times.

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber, Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I can see that the Space Goblin pawn says "Goblins, Space"....however, in my head it says "Goblins in Spaaaaace".


Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Ashanderai wrote:
Distant Scholar wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:

It's drawn from a book on creatures, so what reason would there possibly be for putting starships in this set?

** spoiler omitted **

I'm gonna guess/wish:

** spoiler omitted **

In the Bringing Out the Big Guns thread, we learned from the writer of Alien Archive about his very topic:

Jason Keeley wrote:
This is probably a conversation served better by another thread, but in the most teasing way possible, here's what you will see in Alien Archive: an alien that IS a starship, an alien that can turn into a starship, a sample starship for a familiar alien race, and a starship frame that you'd have to be a real jerk to use.
My guess is that the starship frame you would have to be a jerk to use is some sort of take on a space whale.

You mean like:

The Beast Below


Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Marco Massoudi wrote:
Agent-D20 wrote:
Hmm.. so there are 90 images in this pawn set and almost 160 images in the corresponding book. Can some of the missing images be found in the core rulebook pawn set?

No, Alien Archive has 160 pages, but over 80 creatures (with images).

There should be almost every creature (up to huge size, but not the gargantuan or colossal ones - planet-killing "novaspawn" are a good bet) in this pawn set.
Huge ones (like the "Ksarik") will most probably be in it once, while small ones (like the "space goblins") will probably be in it multiple times.

It was stated in the alien archive discussion that almost every creature will get two illustrations.


Pathfinder Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Subscriber
Robert Little wrote:
I can see that the Space Goblin pawn says "Goblins, Space"....however, in my head it says "Goblins in Spaaaaace".

Unfortunately, I'm sure it's too late for them to correct this error. :)

Dark Archive

Agent-D20 wrote:
Marco Massoudi wrote:
Agent-D20 wrote:
Hmm.. so there are 90 images in this pawn set and almost 160 images in the corresponding book. Can some of the missing images be found in the core rulebook pawn set?

No, Alien Archive has 160 pages, but over 80 creatures (with images).

There should be almost every creature (up to huge size, but not the gargantuan or colossal ones - planet-killing "novaspawn" are a good bet) in this pawn set.
Huge ones (like the "Ksarik") will most probably be in it once, while small ones (like the "space goblins") will probably be in it multiple times.
It was stated in the alien archive discussion that almost every creature will get two illustrations.

Thanks for the info, i didn´t see that. :-)

It will probably be a male and femal version each (or seven for some species)?! ;-)


Aunders wrote:
Hey look. Sneak peek at spooky monsters in space. What ever that thing is on the side of the box, keep it the hell away from me.

Aww, is this an April Fools joke? That thing on the side of the box looks like some variety Barathu (or a Liavaran Dreamer?) which is basically the friendliest, most xeno-loving creature in the whole Golarion system

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