Pathfinder Battles—Maze of Death: Air and Fire Elemental Lords
This fantastic Maze of Death Case Incentive set contains two beautiful display pieces that stands several inches tall and dwarf the other miniatures in the Pathfinder Battles: Maze of Death set.
Included in each box are two Huge creatures from the Pathfinder world: the mighty Air and Fire elemental lords!
Note: To purchase the Maze of Death case incentive, you must purchase a Maze of Death Standard Booster Case, either individually or as part of a Pathfinder Battles Case Subscription. Pathfinder Battles subscribers receive 75% off our price for this premium miniature. Customers may order 1 case incentive for every case of Maze of Death Standard Boosters purchased.
Note: This product is part of the Pathfinder Battles Case Subscription.
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