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Osirion

A bit more -

Several folks are commenting on minis for the Pathfinder APs. While I think this is a good idea, not all of us use the APs. So, please, don't make just minis for the APs, but for all of us gamers out there. Thanks!

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Very cool!


Erik Mona wrote:

Wow. Hmmmm.

I'd be very interested to hear what people would be looking for in a minis subscription. The more comments on that the better, as far as I'm concerned, because to tell you the truth we haven't really even considered it.

But it does seem a bit obvious, now that someone has brought it up.

Hmmmmm.

I don't think i would go for a subscription myself, i already have a ton of minis at home, however; i would go for some iconics monsters/npc's of my ongoing AP, like i did for the paper goblins for ROTRL (cool product btw).

I have always loved Reaper,because the minis they produce are of great quality and can't wait to see what they do for Pathfinder (hope Werner Clocke does alot!) Damn it, i'm sure i am going to buy some more... already have to much!

Shadow Lodge

allen trussell wrote:

Some thoughts:

Also, Ral Partha used to make a line of figs where there were three versions of the same character - a low-level, mid-level and high-level version. That would be nice, too.

Boy did I love those ....!

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
DarkWhite wrote:
Unfortunately, I would't buy metals, but a line of pre-painted plastics I would happily subscribe to...

Ditto. I just don't have time/skill to paint and am too anal to use unpainted minis. But Reaper has been experimenting with pre-painted plastic - I've bought a couple, they look good - and would go ga-ga over pre-painted plastic Pathfinder minis. I would love a subscription that tied in with the APs and/or Society mods + a nice selection from the Bestiary.

Cheliax

Mosaic wrote:
But Reaper has been experimenting with pre-painted plastic - I've bought a couple, they look good -

How do they look compared to the current Dungeon and Dragon's plastic mini's? So far I've been severely disappointed to the point I refuse to buy them ;-(

Cheliax

w00t!!!


Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
joela wrote:
Mosaic wrote:
But Reaper has been experimenting with pre-painted plastic - I've bought a couple, they look good -
How do they look compared to the current Dungeon and Dragon's plastic mini's? So far I've been severely disappointed to the point I refuse to buy them ;-(

I saw some of these at my FLGS. Looked pretty good to me...more on par with WotC's Star Wars minis (some of which are very nice).

Glad to hear this news, BTW.
M

Osirion

joela wrote:
Mosaic wrote:
But Reaper has been experimenting with pre-painted plastic - I've bought a couple, they look good -
How do they look compared to the current Dungeon and Dragon's plastic mini's? So far I've been severely disappointed to the point I refuse to buy them ;-(

I haven't bought any of the Reaper PPs, but from the pics on their site, they look better than the WotC ones.

Andoran

I have to say that, unfortunately, metal minis hold little interest for me. I certainly used them back in the day but now that pre painted plastic figures exist, that's all I buy.

As someone else mentioned, Reaper did dome pretty cool plastic minis - if Paizo and Reaper released pre painted plastic minis, I would absolutely be very interested. Metal ... sorry, I love ya Paizo, but ...

Oh, and someone mentioned that minis tied to the APs might not be as useful to those that do not use the APs. That is probably true to an extent, but most such figures would still be useful in general D&D type games. I mean, a goblin is still a goblin, a monster is still a monster, regardless of the game right? Even a mini of a specific NPC in an AP could still most likely be used for non AP games.

Even though a metal minis line means little to me, I still offer congrats! It's another sign of Pathfinder's growing popularity.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Erik Mona wrote:

Wow. Hmmmm.

I'd be very interested to hear what people would be looking for in a minis subscription. The more comments on that the better, as far as I'm concerned, because to tell you the truth we haven't really even considered it.

But it does seem a bit obvious, now that someone has brought it up.

Hmmmmm.

I have not picked up Paizo's old minis, but Reaper Minis are my one definite buy when I hit up a FLGS. Pathfinder/Paizo + Reaper is just win. Ideally I'd want my subscription to come from Paizo instead of Reaper, but man that could put a hurt on the shipping. I'd be happy with plastic or metal, but my preference is honestly metal (might finally get me off my keester and get to painting them).


I don't know if they are feasible, but I do like prepainted plastic, if possible. Still, I can understand if its not a viable option for this particular line.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

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I'm pretty excited to hear this.

Cheliax

Question for Paizo.

Why wouldn't you just create minis for your adventure lines, knock the price up a couple bucks, and box them together?

Then on our end we read the module, paint the minis, and run the game. No hassle.

You (or Reaper) could also sell them separately.

This would also solve the subscription idea as well, would it not?

Edit -

Oh, and I nearly forgot... This is F@%!*#% awesome!!

Andoran

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Liquidsabre wrote:
Count Buggula wrote:

That's incredible news! My wife's an avid miniature painter and doesn't almost exclusively Reaper minis. They're great quality, reasonably priced, and now include Paizo stuff?!? Amazing. You guys made my day.

Now if only you'd commission some good halfling minis - monks especially - that's a niche that isn't made in a miniature ANYWHERE, and I have a habit of wanting to play halfling monks.

You mean a halfling monk like this?

http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/monk/latest/02709#detail/02709_ds

Oh, yeah, I forgot about that one. Probably because I thought it was really ugly and purged it from my memory.

What I'm looking for is halflings that look more like D&D halflings and less like hobbits or dwarves. And I'd really like a female halfling monk - that's one that I'm certain doesn't exist anywhere. The closest I've been able to find is a WOTC plastic mini of a halfling sorceress - and I have two of them.


If their are made in the P-65 HEAVY METAL line it would be awsome, cheap metal minis.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Maps, Tales Subscriber

Reaper has announced the formation of a new company that will produce all of there prepainted minis. It is called Asylum miniatures. Definitly worth checking out once the site is up and running.

Taldor

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber
allen trussell wrote:

Some thoughts:

Prepainted plastic vs. white metal: Although not everyone has the time/ability/patience to paint their metal minis (MM), they ultimately look better than prepainted plastics (PP). Personally, I'd rather see PPs of common things like orcs, goblins, etc., that one might need a horde of, and MMs for unique/special figures. I know that's probably unrealistic from a business standpoint two run two minis lines, so I'd go for the MMs, and pick up another comapany's PPs for the hordes.

Miniatures Subscription: While I am not much of a subscriber these days, I think a minis subscription would be good. Back in the day, Grenadier had a Dragon of the Month, and later Giant of the Month, line. Something like that could be really cool; a kind of "Iconic of the Month" line, each month featuring an iconic creature. That's something I'd subscribe to in a heartbeat.

Adventurer Minis: There are already a lot of adventurer minis out there, from Reaper and others. Yet there are always folks who want just the "right" figure for their PC or NPC. Easily modifiable minis for such figures would be nice to see. A figure that comes with optional pieces - different weapons/heads/accoutrements - in the blister would be useful for this. Also, Ral Partha used to make a line of figs where there were three versions of the same character - a low-level, mid-level and high-level version. That would be nice, too.

Just my two coppers...

I agree with this entirely! It's as though you read my mind.

Andoran

Pathfinder Pawns, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

I would be interested ina sub if the price is right. If reaper is producing monsters and adventurers then perhaps two different subs.


Pathfinder Tales Subscriber
Drowblade wrote:
Reaper has announced the formation of a new company that will produce all of there prepainted minis. It is called Asylum miniatures. Definitly worth checking out once the site is up and running.

Wow. The Paizo store has already updated the name to Asylum miniatures. No grass grows under our PostMonster's feet, no sir.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

THIS JUST FREAKING ROCKS!! LOVE REAPER MINIS!! It's most of what I own. Collect minis, have both plastic and metal. WOTC plastic minis used to be good, but IMO have gone downhill in the last couple of years. I would subscribe to a iconic or monster set for that months adventure or even, some from the modules. Will keep an eye on this to see which way this will go.

Taldor

Bwahahaha! YEEEESSS! Grow bigger, more tie ins and partners for the Pathfinder RPG!

Very exciting news actually, look foreward to getting my paws on some pathfinder minis.


Come on sexy tiefling minis!!!! Especially of her.

"So satan, I need more money for minis, can I take a third mortgage on my soul?
No.
Ok, well how about refinancing?
You have to do something evil for me.
Ok,what?
Send 4E products to poor children in third world countries. Thats....thats just horrible...
MWHAHAHA!!!!
Wait a tick....those 4E books come from third world countries, I found an apology from a poor boy in china scribbled in my PHb2, it read "sorry, but I...I had no choice"

Qadira RPG Superstar 2008 Top 6, Contributor

Yum. Reapers are the only minis I've bought sight unseen. The best partnering with the best.

Edit: *Does a little dance and wonders when his contributor tag showed up*


This is indeed excellent news. And terrible news, too. My Reaper want list is already way too long for my bank account to handle. But still, I would love to see what some Reaper stuff that's "keyed" to Pathfinder would look like. Let WAR design most of it, and my bank account just might explode. I'm curious what a subscription would entail - more than one mini a month might be a bit too much.

Andoran

Congratulations on the partnership. Reaper is a great company. I worked in a distributor's warehouse for a summer job one year. I moved thousands of Reaper figs. I even got to know the names of sculpters, because their names were right on the boxes. It was always great looking stuff, and their quality control is excellent.

Clearly, I am a sucker for the subscription marketing plan. However, unpainted metal mini's are going to be the exception.

I don't enjoy painting. I hate it. I have a faux snobbish attitude about Warhammer and Warhammer 40K to cover for the fact that I won't paint.

Prepainted miniatures like the one on the Reaper site would interest me, but I would not subscribe. I would pick and choose.

Andoran

Morgen wrote:

Bwahahaha! YEEEESSS! Grow bigger, more tie ins and partners for the Pathfinder RPG!

If either of the companies that made the two live action movies based on the world's most popular role playing game call, just let it go to voice mail.

Wil Wheaton to play The Golem, please.


Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Erik Mona wrote:
Paizo Partners with Reaper to Produce Pathfinder Miniatures

This is certainly a step in the right direction.

For those that like metal minis, there could have been no better decision. I hold great appreciation for their high quality scupts. Congrats!

Of course, my closet is full of "metal minis to paint". I'm guessing I'm close to 200+. That's not including my 30+ "minis I need to fix because they got chipped during play".

I was massing a collection to paint, but then came the D&D plastic pre-painted minis. No longer do I gasp when players try to balance the minis on top of each other or place them in, inappropriate poses. Transporting them has become a lot easier too. The only painting I do now of minis, is repainting the pre-painted minis. I have only been doing that lately though, since Wizard's attempts to cut costs have resulted in horribly poor paint jobs on the last 4-5 releases.

Now what would be better news, is if Reaper would make pre-painted plastic minis for Paizo. That would have me falling off my seat. Then the only thing that could make me happier would be for Paizo to convince Reaper to manufacture their minis like every other pre-painted mini manufacturer and mount the figures on a geometric shaped base (square / circle / etc), instead of the horrible "lumps of plastic" that they now mount them on.

Wow, if I ever heard that news, I would be estatic. And have a lot less money, considering the amount I would dump into said minis :)

RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8

mach1.9pants wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

Great news!!!

The only thing that could make it better is if Reaper made pre-painted plastic versions, for the spastic amongst us.

+1 for this as well

+2 I was going to say something about REaper's Asylum line.

I'd love plastic goblins for example (heck I still want a goblin plushie)

Andoran RPG Superstar 2014 Top 16, RPG Superstar 2012 Top 16

Kor - Orc Scrollkeeper wrote:
Now what would be better news, is if Reaper would make pre-painted plastic minis for Paizo. That would have me falling off my seat. Then the only thing that could make me happier would be for Paizo to convince Reaper to manufacture their minis like every other pre-painted mini manufacturer and mount the figures on a geometric shaped base (square / circle / etc), instead of the horrible "lumps of plastic" that they now mount them on.

Please yes. I love Reaper's miniatures but really would much prefer plain (or near plain) circle bases of the appropriate size.


I was excited about this news as soon as I read the opening line in my e-mail. While I think that Crocodile Games have done a great job with the Pathfinder minis, they just couldn't seem to keep up with the rate of production required.

Great job Paizo (and Reaper). I look forward to seeing what you produce. Whatever you make I am at least sure that they will be top quality. Now all I have to do is try and get through the 30-50 unpainted Reaper minis I currently have sitting in my spare room.

As for those of you that want plastic prepainted minis, I may be proved wrong, but I think you'll be out of luck. From what I know, plastic molds are a lot more costly to produce than metal molds. The material cost to make an individual plastic mini is cheaper than the cost to make an individual metal mini though.

So for minis that you expect to sell a lot of, you are better off producing them in plastic. If you won't sell a lot of them (I'm not sure what is classed as "a lot") then metal is the way to go. And while I don't know how many "a lot" is, I doubt that there is a big enough market out there for Paizo minis for prepainted plastic minis to be financially viable.

Olaf the Stout


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Modules Subscriber
Erik Mona wrote:
I'd be very interested to hear what people would be looking for in a minis subscription. The more comments on that the better, as far as I'm concerned, because to tell you the truth we haven't really even considered it.

It really depends on what the offerings are. For instance, if there's one released every month yes, I'd subscribe. If there are three or more every month, no I couldn't commit to that, mainly due to price, but also because minis are hit & miss. Reaper makes - by far - the best we've found anywhere and I'm thrilled by this announcement. So, my suggestion as to what would work for me in a subscription:

Assume there are several minis announced each month. On the 1st of the month, Paizo announces what they are and puts up pictures of each, preferably with a painted and unpainted picture set at a reasonable size. One of the minis is declared the "preferred" choice.

If a subscriber takes no action, on the 15th of the month, a single instance of the "preferred" mini is ordered automatically for him/her.

Before the 15th of the month, the subscriber can select one (or more) of the other minis and their selection. The subscriber can select quantities greater than one for each of the minis.

On the 30th of the month, everything is shipped.

Dates are symbolic only, and in fact a month or more may be required for this cycle, to allow Reaper to manufacture appropriate quantities and ship them to Paizo. My goals are: 1} give Paizo predictable quantities, 2} give Paizo reliable regular income at some minimal level, 3} give subscribers choice in terms of selection and quantity and finally 4} gives Paizo early metrics as to what's going to be popular so you can pad your Reaper orders intelligently for your own warehouse stock. With flexibility like this, it allows controllable logistics and consumer splurging.

I'd sign on to this in a heartbeat. Some months I'd just let the preferred slide if I wasn't impressed with the others. Some months I'd swap to a single of some other option. Some months I'd tell the system to send me a dozen goblins for RotR or a dozen drow for SD or a dozen of the generic hot elf chick in the PFRPG Core Rules book in the races art. Win-win.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I might do a subscription if it was 1 mini a month. Not much more.

Mini buying for me tends to come in waves as I get extra money. But one nice PF mini each month would be a very tempting subscription.


Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

Count me in for prepainted plastic minis. I lost the patience for mini painting many years ago.

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 32

Erik Mona wrote:

Wow. Hmmmm.

I'd be very interested to hear what people would be looking for in a minis subscription. The more comments on that the better, as far as I'm concerned, because to tell you the truth we haven't really even considered it.

But it does seem a bit obvious, now that someone has brought it up.

Hmmmmm.

Years ago, Grenadier Miniatures (anyone else remember them? <G>) did a series of mini box sets that covered a full range of monsters. The first box set came with a booklet called the "Monster Manuscript" which detailed all the goodies coming, with stats and all, as well as descriptions that aided painting.

I'd love to see mini-packs along this kind of idea - a wide variety of monsters (the more unusual ones as well as the "every day" baddies), unique NPCs and monsters for the APs, Iconics, gods friends, and of course, the various racials with class types mix for finding just the right PC fig :)

Yeah, I'm a figure-holic :)


I can't paint. I simply am incapable. Not that I would have time if I was.

I don't know what to make of it. It would be awesome to have minis associated with the product line but unpainted minis are just not very interesting.


As long as they're metal, I'll buy them. I love painting miniatures, and there's nothing like the heft of a good pewter miniature -- or the crisp detail for that matter.

I'm pretty enthused about this! :) Great job on linking up with Reaper for this project!

Andoran

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Kevin Reynolds wrote:

I can't paint. I simply am incapable. Not that I would have time if I was.

I don't know what to make of it. It would be awesome to have minis associated with the product line but unpainted minis are just not very interesting.

My wife is a very capable painter, and takes commissions ;)

Besides...we could use the extra cash to buy the final rules pdf...

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

I gotta say, I do love Reaper.

I hope this deal with Reaper lets us see some specific cultural representations. Varisian harrowers, Shoanti barbarians, Osiriani khopeshmen, Vudrani monks, etc.

Qadira

Oh man. Sandra Garrity sculpts of Pathfinder AP personalities? Sign me up for the subscription.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Count Buggula wrote:
That's incredible news! My wife's an avid miniature painter and doesn't almost exclusively Reaper minis. They're great quality, reasonably priced, and now include Paizo stuff?!? Amazing. You guys made my day.

That's super news! My wife is quite the avid miniature painter and nearly paints exclusively Reaper minis. They're great quality, reasonably priced, and now include Paizo stuff?!? Amazing. You guys made my day.

Um, Yeah.

-DM Jeff

Andoran

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
DM Jeff wrote:
Count Buggula wrote:
That's incredible news! My wife's an avid miniature painter and doesn't almost exclusively Reaper minis. They're great quality, reasonably priced, and now include Paizo stuff?!? Amazing. You guys made my day.

That's super news! My wife is quite the avid miniature painter and nearly paints exclusively Reaper minis. They're great quality, reasonably priced, and now include Paizo stuff?!? Amazing. You guys made my day.

Um, Yeah.

-DM Jeff

ROFL. I can't believe I wrote that...epic grammar fail. I hate to admit it...but I'm an English major too. I'll just blame it on me being so excited about this that I wasn't thinking or typing clearly.

I think I meant to write does instead of doesn't. It actually makes sense that way.


Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

Don't worry, Buggula. I've been appalled to look back at some of my not-too-distant posts of the past. Oh, the pain.


How business-y of a decision was this? Are the reaper folks big Pathfinder fans, or vice-versa?

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Locke1520 wrote:
Kor - Orc Scrollkeeper wrote:
...mount the figures on a geometric shaped base[/b] (square / circle / etc), instead of the horrible "lumps of plastic" that they now mount them on.
Please yes. I love Reaper's miniatures but really would much prefer plain (or near plain) circle bases of the appropriate size.

I agree. I have the little dual wielding ranger. The paint job is nice but the base is ... formless. It's a fine mini, but I'd prefer a round base as well.


Monthly minis or mini-of-the-month for subscribers?

Would Reaper be producing as in just manufacturing them and Paizo sculpting them, or would Reaper be handling the entire fabrication process?

Which of the great Reaper sculptors will be heading the line if Reaper will be doing the entire fabrication?

Will they be newer white metal, or lead-alloy like their P-65 line?

Paizo Employee CEO

J JOES wrote:

Monthly minis or mini-of-the-month for subscribers?

Would Reaper be producing as in just manufacturing them and Paizo sculpting them, or would Reaper be handling the entire fabrication process?

Which of the great Reaper sculptors will be heading the line if Reaper will be doing the entire fabrication?

Will they be newer white metal, or lead-alloy like their P-65 line?

Reaper will be handling everything other than approvals. We will be working with them to suggest which minis to do, but they are the best at making fantasy RPG minis, so we plan to sit back and let them do their magic!

-Lisa

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules Subscriber

Get some sleep! Big day tomorr-today!

I need you folks to be up and at 'em when my connection at Gencon tries to get my book signed!

...uh...I mean it's not healthy! Yeah, that's it!

Taldor

This is simply too good to be true. I can't help the feeling that I am going to wake up soon. And need a new job that pays more to cover the bills ....

As to what I's like ... I'd sure like to see minis following the APs, of course.

RPG Superstar 2009 Top 16, 2012 Top 32

A few thoughts about future miniature offerings:

Plastic or Metal? Both!
Unpainted metal Reaper minis for important NPCs and unique creatures. Pre-painted plastic Asylum minis for more commonplace characters and creatures.

Some people like painting minis, so a line of high-end metal minis would give them something to paint. Meanwhile, a complementary line of economical plastic minis would give non-painters something to collect, and would save mini painters from having to waste NPC-painting time swabbing pigments on yet another generic goblin mini.

Mini Subscriptions: Plastic, Pewter, and Gold
Instead of a single mini subscription:

A plastic subscription for low-cost, prepainted plastic minis. Ideal for folks who want an army of prepainted mooks, but aren't interested in painting minis.

A pewter subscription for collectors and painters of metal minis. One or two metal minis per month, plus a discount on additional metal mini purchases.

A gold subscription for the completionist with lots of disposable income. (Admittedly a small demographic.) Get every Pathfinder mini. Period. At a sizable discount for making such a large investment, of course.

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