We're finally back from the madness of Gen Con, and the coming of another Friday means it's time for another preview of miniatures from October's Legends of Golarion set of 55 prepainted Pathfinder Battles miniatures! We showed off about 30 figures at the Paizo booth at Gen Con last weekend, and I've been seeing candid photos posted all over the internet. The best gallery of Pathfinder Battles goodness comes from the fine folks over at Crit to Hit, who captured the entire display with nice high-res images.
That said, it's still pretty difficult to make out some of the details, so I wanted to circle around a bit and show some close-ups of a few of the set's figures. We'll have plenty of new-new reveals once my photographer gets back from vacation next week, but for now, feast your eyes on better views of some of the sssset's sssscaly sssserpentfolk!
Here we have the Degenerate Serpentfolk, a rough-and-tumble front-line fighter ready to tear you apart and fill your veins with poison. This gentleman is not so urbane or intelligent as his fellow serpentfolk in this set, but at the common rarity you're going to get enough of him to make a nice little warband. This and the other serpentfolk are perfect for the Serpent's Skull Adventure Path or any other adventure that pits the party against eldritch, intelligent evil from a bygone age.
This Medium uncommon figure is the Serpentfolk Mystic, a cunning spellcaster from a long lineage of poisonous vipers. His picture comes straight from Bestiary 2, where you can find all kinds of useful serpentfolk game statistics.
This scaly spellslinger dwells in the deepest serpentfolk temples, honoring long-dead serpent gods with time-forgotten rituals rich with sacrifice and debasement. He works perfectly as a key character in the Serpent's Skull Adventure Path or as a snake-themed master villain of your own design. WizKids did a great job on his intricate robe and fine sculpt details. This rare figure is definitely one you will want to add to your collection.
That's it for this week of recovery from Gen Con. I'll be back next week with a large preview that includes some stuff you definitely haven't seen yet, no matter how hard you looked at Gen Con!
Speaking of the con, thanks to everyone who showed Paizo their support over the weekend. I enjoyed personally talking to you about the miniatures line and were it's going, and I know I speak for the entire Paizo staff when I say it is always a joy to meet you guys in person. Your passion for Pathfinder really helps us recharge our own batteries, and we always come back from the show full of energy and with great ideas of where to go from here.
It is most appreciated!