Paizo is closed today due to inclement weather (better safe than sorry), but that won't keep me from showing off a few new figures from the forthcoming Pathfinder Battles: Ruins of Lastwall set, due out in April. I'll keep the commentary short, however, since almost everyone is working from home.
Here we have three of the bug-people you'll find in Ruins of Lastwall: the Formian Worker (Small common), Formian Warrior (Medium uncommon), and Formian Queen (Large rare). Together, they should form quite the hive for Game Masters using them as either foes or allies of the party.
Formians aren't Pathfinder's only race of anthropomorphic bugs. Ruins of Lastwall also features the prepainted plastic miniatures debut of the Scorpionfolk (Large uncommon), a desert-dwelling race of centaur-like arachnids who guard ancient ruins and other places of power with religious zeal.
While not technically a bug, the Warmonger Devil certainly has features resembling an arthropod. A Large uncommon figure, these denizens of Hell are sure to strike fear into any army they march to battle against.
Our last two previews for the week aren't bugs, per se, but they are certainly bug-adjacent. The first is the Roiling Oil, a Large uncommon ooze designed to fit a Medium or smaller figure at its center, engulfing the poor creature with its suffocating slime.
And finally, we have the Wormswarm Sorcerer (Medium rare), a sinister spellcaster whose body is composed entirely of a mass of wriggling worms.
That's it from snow-covered Seattle this week. Check in next time to be converted to one of Lake Encarthan's most ambitious faiths, the cult of the Living God, Razmir.