|Lisa Stevens CEO|
Kevin Mack wrote:Interesting does this mean book 5 has been significantly changed? (Since in the origonal book the scribbler was encounterd before you came to runeforged)
Nope. He is still under Sandpoint. I left Erik a message. :)
|Erik Mona Chief Creative Officer, Publisher|
Big fan of the scribbler. These weird looking bosses are the kind of enemy that loses a fair bit of impact when one is forced to substitute a more generic mini, in my view.
AGREE! That is what makes this set very special. We have never had a set of minis devoted strictly to a series of modules or AP. I wonder how many out there that has never ran RotR, and never planned on doing so, will give it a whirl because of this awesome set of minis. I'd bet there will be more than just a few.
|Berk the Black|
|James Jacobs Creative Director|
I'm a little surprised the Eldritch Knights weren't all replaced with Magi.
Thassilon is very much about wizards. It was ruled by wizards, and they had wizard apprentices. Magi, not being wizards, didn't really have a role at all in Thassilon... there may have been magi among the elves in the neighboring elven lands... but even then, I think that magi are a relatively "new" class in the world.
Also, I tried not to change things from the original unless I had a very good reason. They were eldritch knights in the first version...
And thus they remain eldritch knights.
According to www.pathfinderminis.com, there are seven sculpts yet to be revealed. I'd say the wendigo is a good guess for one of them.