Starfinder Core Rulebook Pawn Collection

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Open the shuttle bay doors and bring your science fantasy adventures to life with this beautiful pawn collection, designed for use with the Starfinder Roleplaying Game or any tabletop roleplaying game! Within the Starfinder Core Rulebook Pawn Collection, you'll find 100 unique creature pawns, including members of all core races and classes, perfect for representing your next character or deadly foes, as well as bizarre alien monsters to aid or challenge your players. In addition, you'll also find 15 unique starship models from the Starfinder Core Rulebook to help you better track the laser-filled chaos of space battles. Best of all, this set contains multiples of most pawns, so your heroes will always be able to face off against a horde of space goblins and security robots or blast their way through a fleet of warships! Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn slots into a size-appropriate plastic base from the Starfinder Pawns Base Assortment, making them easy to mix with traditional metal or plastic miniatures. The Starfinder Core Rulebook Pawn Collection is the best way to ensure you've got the perfect character for every Starfinder Roleplaying Game encounter!

The Starfinder Core Rulebook Pawn Collection includes pawns suitable for representing player characters, allies and enemies, starships, mechanic drones, aliens, and more! While creature pawns are broken out by base size, all starship pawns use Medium bases, from the tiniest fighter to the largest warship. Inside this set, you'll find:

Small (and Smaller) Creatures

  • Augmented Ysoki (2)
  • Drone, Hover (2)
  • Drone, Stealth (2)
  • Gnome Mystic (2)
  • Goblin, Space (4)
  • Gray
  • Halfling Pilot (2)
  • Ysoki Bounty Hunter
  • Ysoki Jetpack
  • Ysoki Mechanic
  • Ysoki Scoundrel
  • Ysoki Sharpshooter
  • Ysoki Sniper
  • Ysoki Solarian
  • Ysoki Star Shaman
  • Ysoki Technomancer

Medium Creatures

  • Android Abolitionist (2)
  • Android Ace (2)
  • Android Battlemage (2)
  • Android Bodyguard (2)
  • Android Corporate Technomage (2)
  • Android Crusader Chaplain (2)
  • Android Envoy (2)
  • Android Farseeker (2)
  • Android Operative (2)
  • Android Saboteur (2)
  • Android Standardbearer (2)
  • Android Technomancer (2)
  • Contemplative (2)
  • Drone, Combat (2)
  • Dwarf Soldier (2)
  • Elf Operative (2)
  • Eoxian Necrovite (2)
  • Half-Elf Operative (2)
  • Half-Elf Steward (2)
  • Half-Orc Soldier (2)
  • Human Adventurer (2)
  • Human Enhanced Commando (2)
  • Human Envoy (2)
  • Human Gunfighter (2)
  • Human Knight of Golarion (2)
  • Human Pilot (2)
  • Human Priest (2)
  • Human Solarian (2)
  • Human Soldier (2)
  • Human Space Pirate (2)
  • Human Spellsoldier (2)
  • Human Starfinder I
  • Human Starfinder II
  • Human Steward (2)
  • Human Tabori Miner (2)
  • Human Trailblazer (2)
  • Kasatha Close Combatant (3)
  • Kasatha Empath (2)
  • Kasatha Envoy (2)
  • Kasatha Explorer (2)
  • Kasatha Hellknight (2)
  • Kasatha Negotiator (2)
  • Kasatha Outlaw (2)
  • Kasatha Solarian (2)
  • Kasatha Technomancer (2)
  • Kasatha Thaumaturge (2)
  • Lashunta Icon (2)
  • Lashunta Mystic (2)
  • Lashunta Officer (2)
  • Lashunta Operative (2)
  • Lashunta Priest (2)
  • Lashunta Sniper (2)
  • Lashunta Solarian (2)
  • Lashunta Starship Engineer (2)
  • Lashunta Technomancer I
  • Lashunta Technomancer II
  • Lashunta Thief (2)
  • Lashunta Xenowarden (2)
  • Orocoran (2)
  • Orry Bridger (2)
  • Robot, Security (3)
  • Shirren AbadarCorp Agent (2)
  • Shirren Combat Technician (2)
  • Shirren Hacker (2)
  • Shirren Mechanic (2)
  • Shirren Mystic (2)
  • Shirren Scholar (2)
  • Shirren Solarian (2)
  • Shirren Soldier (2)
  • Vesk Ambassador (2)
  • Vesk Champion (2)
  • Vesk Free Captain (2)
  • Vesk Investigator (2)
  • Vesk Mechanic (2)
  • Vesk Mercenary (2)
  • Vesk Paragon (2)
  • Vesk Scientist (2)
  • Vesk Soldier (2)
  • Vesk Xenodruid (2)

Large Creatures

  • Haan
  • Ksarik
  • Sarcesian

Starships

  • ATech Immortal (3)
  • Blackwind Sepulcher (3)
  • BMC Mauler (4)
  • Death's Head Necroglider (4)
  • Hivonyx Titan Hauler (3)
  • Idaran Millennia (3)
  • Idaran Vanserai (3)
  • Idaran Voidrunner (4)
  • Kevolari Venture (3)
  • Norikama Dropship (3)
  • Ringworks Wanderer (3)
  • Starhive Drone Mk III (3)
  • Thaumtech Omenbringer (3)
  • UIE Hiveguard (3)
  • Vindicas Tyrant (3)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-960-8

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    Space Pawns!

    *****

    I like them: I use them in a lot of my games (though I have other minis)
    Having the pregens is great.
    For me they deliver what I want: nice colorful images of Starfinder characters and enemies, that I can easily carry around with me.


    Starfinder, Pathfinder, Star Wars, Shadowrun. Pawns bring high quality fun!

    *****


    Lashuntas get their antennas cruelly cut off by bad picture scaling

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    At first I thought, hey, this is a really useful pawn set. A lot of pawns for each race, which is nice with oddball new races for which there isn't a lot of art out there to make your own pawns with.

    But what really annoys me is that the pictures are often slightly too big for the pawns they're printed on so that bits get snipped off at the edges. Like the lashuntas antennas. Or like the guns and other cool weapons people are holding (lots of sawed-off laser rifles).

    This is bad. It could have been prevented by shrinking the picture 5% so it would fit on the pawn. And it's something Paizo has been doing wrong for years.


    No numbers :(

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    As with the Heroes and Villains set, it's a problem that the pawns have neither numbers, nor a small thing indicating which set they are from. Since this is the first Starfinder set, we could get away without the latter, but for all the same reasons that we gave in the discussion of the Heroes and Villains set, many of us really want to have numbered pawns.

    The pawns themselves look good, and will be very useful in running fledgling Starfinder games. However, especially as more pawn sets come up, the lack of numbers is going to be an issue. For that reason, I've lowered the number of stars in my review.


    Something, something Star Wars cliche

    *****

    Well, we love the set! The kids have been having starship battles on my chessex megamat since they arrived.

    And they love (and I mean absolutely love) being able to find their favorite person in the book and make it their own character.

    Thank you Paizo for helping to create memorable experiences.


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    Paizo Employee Community & Digital Content Director

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

    Silver Crusade

    Even though the image isn't final, I do hope we see more of that robot around, the design is really cool.

    Dark Archive

    Chris Lambertz wrote:
    Now available for preorder! Image and description are not final and may vary before release!

    The descriptive text mentions "Starfinder Pawns Base Assortment" - how does this differ from the "Pathfinder Pawns Bases" and when will the come out?

    Thx Chris.

    Nevermind, i found this:

    Starfinder Pawns: Base Assortment


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    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

    Oooh! Is that a Sarcesian on the cover? I think it was mentioned that they aren't going to be a core race, but the description could fit. Maybe art from the AP?

    EDIT: Looks like it might be from First Contact, now that I read that product description.


    Pathfinder Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
    Cthulhudrew wrote:
    Oooh! Is that a Sarcesian on the cover? I think it was mentioned that they aren't going to be a core race, but the description could fit. Maybe art from the AP?

    I've never heard of them before. Any info about them?


    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
    Archmage Variel wrote:
    I've never heard of them before. Any info about them?

    They were mentioned in Distant Worlds, as inhabitants of the Diaspora. There doesn't seem to be much I can find about them online, other than this.

    Liberty's Edge

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

    They're going to be in the Starfinder First Contact supplement for Free Game Day.


    A sarcesian iconic? I don't think that's the iconic, but I would love to have one of these aliens among them. Especially as the mystic. Their energy like wings would fit the class, I suppose.


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

    Unless they modified the race considerably from the depiction in Distant Worlds, I don't think that figure on the left is a Sarcesian. The Sarcesian in Distant Worlds is 10 to 15 feet tall (not about human size like the guy on the cover above) and has a very different look to his face.

    My guess would be that this guy is either a Vercite or a Summerborn Triaxian. I would give the nod to Vercite since the planet Verces orbits closer to the sun than the far more distant Triaxus. Either way, this guy would then have to be manifesting wings from a class power -- maybe he is a Solarian?

    And then there is that robot on the right. Since neither of the other two characters on the cover appears to be a Mechanic, I don't think he is a robot companion. Maybe he is an Aballonian?

    If these two guys are our missing iconics, then the seven core races in Starfinder would be Human, Lashunta, Ysoki (Ratfolk), Kasatha, Android, Vercite, and Aballonian. That list would cover most of the races from People of the Stars (omitting only the Triaxians) without leaving any other obvious holes.


    Pathfinder Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
    David knott 242 wrote:

    Unless they modified the race considerably from the depiction in Distant Worlds, I don't think that figure on the left is a Sarcesian. The Sarcesian in Distant Worlds is 10 to 15 feet tall (not about human size like the guy on the cover above) and has a very different look to his face.

    My guess would be that this guy is either a Vercite or a Summerborn Triaxian. I would give the nod to Vercite since the planet Verces orbits closer to the sun than the far more distant Triaxus. Either way, this guy would then have to be manifesting wings from a class power -- maybe he is a Solarian?

    And then there is that robot on the right. Since neither of the other two characters on the cover appears to be a Mechanic, I don't think he is a robot companion. Maybe he is an Aballonian?

    If these two guys are our missing iconics, then the seven core races in Starfinder would be Human, Lashunta, Ysoki (Ratfolk), Kasatha, Android, Vercite, and Aballonian. That list would cover most of the races from People of the Stars (omitting only the Triaxians) without leaving any other obvious holes.

    I think he's probably a Sarcesian since the race is mentioned in the description and honestly, they looked a little weird in their previous depiction. I would've changed they're look too if I was paizo. Plus there's always the possibility they evolved to be shorter in stature to better suit flight.


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

    Sarcesians are mentioned in the description of "First Contact", not the Pawn Collection. That is actually an argument against them being a core Starfinder race.


    Paizo Charter Superscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

    I keep reading this as Prawn Collection :)


    Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

    I love the new designs but as far as them being core races... i thought the two unseen races were supposed to be much more alien than what we've seen so far and neither of those seem exceptionally beyond the four armed Kasatha we know of and the Androids we've already seen at the table. But on the other hand, Battle Droid as a player choice? YES PLEASE!


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

    I do remember reading about one of the races being distinctly non-humanoid, which to me would suggest Aballonians, Formians, or possibly Trox. Other candidates would all seem to have problems operating in the Earth-like environments that the other PC races would favor.

    I am also having a great deal of trouble figuring out how Vercites could possibly not be a core race in the Starfinder setting. People of the Stars suggests using the stats of elves or half-elves for this race, but we already know that those races will not be core races in Starfinder. Vercites have an interesting and distinct culture that would make for a variety of interesting PC backgrounds. They are the dominant race on one of the inner planets of the solar system and were traveling through space even during the Pathfinder era. There would have to be a major catastrophe to their civilization to demote them to non-major status.

    Lantern Lodge

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    The Gold Sovereign wrote:
    A sarcesian iconic? I don't think that's the iconic, but I would love to have one of these aliens among them. Especially as the mystic. Their energy like wings would fit the class, I suppose.

    I totally just accidentally read that as, "A sarcasm iconic?" Now, I really want to play a character with the Sarcasm class, complete with sarcastic class features and a bonus (penalty?) to the Diplomacy skill.


    I want this RPG! I like fantasy better than Sci-Fi, but this, Its beatiful.


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    Starfinder pawns! Yezzzz!


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

    Wonder who the yellow mist thing in the background is.


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    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
    Archmage Variel wrote:
    David knott 242 wrote:
    Unless they modified the race considerably from the depiction in Distant Worlds, I don't think that figure on the left is a Sarcesian. The Sarcesian in Distant Worlds is 10 to 15 feet tall (not about human size like the guy on the cover above) and has a very different look to his face.
    I think he's probably a Sarcesian since the race is mentioned in the description and honestly, they looked a little weird in their previous depiction. I would've changed they're look too if I was paizo. Plus there's always the possibility they evolved to be shorter in stature to better suit flight.

    I'm pretty sure that, as this isn't the final cover, they just used artwork from elsewhere as placeholder pieces. And that is probably the Sarcesian artwork from First Contact.

    As to the size difference, as these pieces are most likely from three different sources and not one illustration (note that they've used the same image of Navasi on three of the different mockup covers), that the sizes of the different characters shouldn't necessarily be taken relative to one another. If they are all standalone pieces (as I suspect), then they could all frankly be any size at all, from tiny to gargantuan.


    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
    captain yesterday wrote:
    Wonder who the yellow mist thing in the background is.

    If, as has been speculated, that is a Sarcesian, then those are its energy wings.


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

    Ah! That makes sense! I see it now, thanks!


    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
    gbonehead wrote:

    I keep reading this as Prawn Collection :)

    At least that's better than when a friend of mine complimented me on my large pawn collection. He mispronounced it slightly, so it came out as "porn collection". :)

    Liberty's Edge Contributor

    Can anyone from Paizo tell us how applicable these pawns will be to the Dead Suns adventure path? I'm sure there will be some overlap, but the tabletop minis market is mostly geared toward fantasy and there are absolutely no Starfinder minis, yet.

    I'm wondering how much support this pawn set will provide for folks who are anxious to jump into the AP before the AP collection is released (which is usually after the last AP issue).

    Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

    The AP is going to introduce a lot of its own NPCs and monsters, but it's also going to use stuff from the Core Rulebook and the Alien Archive as well. This set probably won't be *quite* as helpful as the Alien Archive Box or the eventual AP set, but I don't think you'll regret having it... and it might at least give you some properly themed stand-ins until those other sets arrive.

    Liberty's Edge Contributor

    Vic Wertz wrote:
    The AP is going to introduce a lot of its own NPCs and monsters, but it's also going to use stuff from the Core Rulebook and the Alien Archive as well. This set probably won't be *quite* as helpful as the Alien Archive Box or the eventual AP set, but I don't think you'll regret having it... and it might at least give you some properly themed stand-ins until those other sets arrive.

    That's what I thought. I'll be picking up both the core set and the Alien Archive set. I was just curious about what to expect.

    Thanks, Vic!


    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Maps, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

    Got to play with some of these in one of the Delves at PaizoCon, they look great in person!

    Glad to hear there will be pawns support for the Dead Suns AP as well, though I suspect it'll be quite a while before they materialize.

    Paizo Employee Community & Digital Content Director

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    Updated with final description and product image!

    Liberty's Edge Contributor

    Chris Lambertz wrote:
    Updated with final description and product image!

    Awesome! This looks like a great assortment of options.


    Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

    Very nice selection.

    Sovereign Court

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Starfinder Adventure Path Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

    So, this is the PC set?

    Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

    There are a lot of PC/NPC options in there, yes. Also, the iconic characters are in there too, though they're not specifically named as such; for example, the Android Operative pawn is Iseph.


    Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Subscriber
    Vic Wertz wrote:
    There are a lot of PC/NPC options in there, yes. Also, the iconic characters are in there too, though they're not specifically named as such; for example, the Android Operative pawn is Iseph.

    Does this mean the Starfinder Core Rulebook will contain an NPC section with statblocks? Or will that feature be left to the Alien Archive?

    Dark Archive

    I counted 231 pawns in all, 98 different creatures and 15 different starships.

    There are only small medium and (3) large pawns, i guess Alien Archive will have a few huge ones (like the Bloodbrother), but still no gargantuan ones (which kinda makes the cool Ellicoth unusable).

    Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

    Opsylum wrote:
    Does this mean the Starfinder Core Rulebook will contain an NPC section with statblocks? Or will that feature be left to the Alien Archive?

    The Starfinder Core Rulebook's Classes section provides guidelines for creating characters using different character themes for each class, and that's where a lot of these tokens come from.

    NPC statblocks aren't a significant part of either the Core Rulebook or the Alien Archive, just as they weren't a significant part of the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook or Bestiary.

    Sovereign Court RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16, 2011 Top 32

    If I pre-order this, will it ship to arrive before GenCon? I'm running SFS at GenCon and I want to have this for my games. Thanks!

    Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

    We'll do our best, but we can't guarantee it. It might be best if you try to pick it up at the show.

    Sovereign Court RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16, 2011 Top 32

    Is there any way to arrange a pickup special at the show? Here's the deal: I'm running quests first thing Thursday and need it for that slot. Help me Obi-Vic, you're my only hope.

    Paizo Employee Organized Play Coordinator

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    @James -

    We released the information today that we will have the Starfinder maps for use by the Quest GMs. We are bringing pawns as well.

    GMs need to bring Pathfinder Map Pack Starship Chambers and Pathfinder Map Pack Starship Corridors, as well as bases for the pawns.

    The Leads will send this information out in the next weekly update so that all GMs know what to expect.


    Tonya Woldridge wrote:

    @James -

    We released the information today that we will have the Starfinder maps for use by the Quest GMs. We are bringing pawns as well.

    GMs need to bring Pathfinder Map Pack Starship Chambers and Pathfinder Map Pack Starship Corridors, as well as bases for the pawns.

    The Leads will send this information out in the next weekly update so that all GMs know what to expect.

    Not a Gencon GM, but where does Starship Corridors appear? It's not listed for the three (pre-ordered-able scenarios). The special?

    Sovereign Court RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16, 2011 Top 32

    Tonya Woldridge wrote:

    @James -

    We released the information today that we will have the Starfinder maps for use by the Quest GMs. We are bringing pawns as well.

    GMs need to bring Pathfinder Map Pack Starship Chambers and Pathfinder Map Pack Starship Corridors, as well as bases for the pawns.

    The Leads will send this information out in the next weekly update so that all GMs know what to expect.

    That is EXCELLENT news! Thanks, guys! I very much appreciate the assistance and prompt replies!


    bugleyman wrote:
    Tonya Woldridge wrote:

    @James -

    We released the information today that we will have the Starfinder maps for use by the Quest GMs. We are bringing pawns as well.

    GMs need to bring Pathfinder Map Pack Starship Chambers and Pathfinder Map Pack Starship Corridors, as well as bases for the pawns.

    The Leads will send this information out in the next weekly update so that all GMs know what to expect.

    Not a Gencon GM, but where does Starship Corridors appear? It's not listed for the three (pre-ordered-able scenarios). The special?

    Never mind; I found the answer in this thread.


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

    It looks like these pawns won't work properly (as in, they will keep falling over) for about a month since for some reason the sale of the pawn bases has been pushed back until September.


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

    Can't you just use Pathfinder bases. :-)


    Pathfinder Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
    captain yesterday wrote:
    Can't you just use Pathfinder bases. :-)

    I could if I had them -- and I have already ordered the Starfinder ones.

    Liberty's Edge Contributor

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    David knott 242 wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:
    Can't you just use Pathfinder bases. :-)

    I could if I had them -- and I have already ordered the Starfinder ones.

    You might try contacting Customer Service and replacing your order of the Starfinder pawns with the regular pawn bases (product link).

    The bases are the same.

    Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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    David knott 242 wrote:

    It looks like these pawns won't work properly (as in, they will keep falling over) for about a month since for some reason the sale of the pawn bases has been pushed back until September.

    "Some reason" = They didn't arrive from the manufacturer in time.


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

    Thanks, Vic!

    I think my group will use that time to plan our campaign -- after all, it would be a bit ambitious for me to try to run a Starfinder game the moment I get the core rulebook -- especially given the number of non-subscribers among my players who probably won't have the rulebook before late August or early September anyway.


    Vic Wertz wrote:
    David knott 242 wrote:

    It looks like these pawns won't work properly (as in, they will keep falling over) for about a month since for some reason the sale of the pawn bases has been pushed back until September.

    "Some reason" = They didn't arrive from the manufacturer in time.

    Well, to be fair, that is in fact "some reason." ;-)


    David knott 242 wrote:

    Thanks, Vic!

    I think my group will use that time to plan our campaign -- after all, it would be a bit ambitious for me to try to run a Starfinder game the moment I get the core rulebook -- especially given the number of non-subscribers among my players who probably won't have the rulebook before late August or early September anyway.

    On the off chance that you live in metro Phoenix, I can hook you up. I have a stupid number of bases (and plan to buy still more when the new colors come out)!

    Shadow Lodge

    I haven't seen it called out anywhere, but will starship pawns all be the same size, or will some of the larger ships be well...larger? (large or huge)

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