Last fall, we got experimental with a set of pawns and launched the Pathfinder Pawns: Traps & Treasures Pawn Collection. The experiment seemed to work, so when there was a spot on the schedule for another Pawn Collection, we decided to try another set of pawns that represented objects rather than creatures, and that set is here this month with the Pathfinder Pawns: Dungeon Decor Pawn Collection.
Putting together this set of pawns was fun. We had a brainstorm where the creative team filled up an entire whiteboard in short order. We had more ideas than I could fit into this set, and more ideas than just things found in a dungeon. In this pawn collection there's a good mix of dungeon dressing, furniture, doors and windows, spell effects and hazards, and things you might find outside rather than inside.
When we released the Traps & Treasures Pawn Collection, I grabbed some Flip-Mats and minis and headed to a conference room to set up some scenes to show the set off, so I figured I do the same for this new release. Check out some of the things you'll find in Pathfinder Pawns: Dungeon Decor Pawn Collection!
Where are the windows on the map? Oh, right there! The set includes broken windows, intact windows, and even a few stained glass windows.
Like windows, sometimes you need to clearly depict where arrow slits are located so Harsk can line up his shot.
Decorate your house or dungeon with a bookcase, cabinet of curiosities, and a grandfather clock... and much, much more.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures as much as I enjoyed playing with toys on the clock this morning. Later this month after these hit stores and your mailboxes, let me know what you think about the set!