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Pathfinder Adventure Path #129: The Twilight Child (War for the Crown 3 of 6)Paizo Inc.
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doesn't fit the APDropBearHunter —
When compared to the first two parts there is way too litle diplomacy going on here, like the author didn't get the memo that this started as a political campaign.
Feels like it was written for a bunch of dpr optimized murderhobos, rather than fighty diplomats.
Pathfinder Battles—City of Lost Omens: Large Green DragonWizKids/NECA
Our Price: $16.00
on the plus side: large green dragon with a nice paint job.
altogether a good setDropBearHunter —
as mentioned by Everrunner, there are a few disappointments.
Not at all happy about the distribution of rarities: while having two skull poles and two anvils is nice, I have 11 large figures for the sale bin which is more than the last few sets.
excellent miniDropBearHunter —
great sculpt and paint job, one of the heads didn‘t fit due to a wrong coding pin in the joint, but I was going to install magnets anyways.
looks way too smal for a large, but at least it will be easy to re-base one of them to medium for the first levels as druid‘s animal companion.
my eyes are old and bent....DropBearHunter —
not as perfect as set 7 but not worse enough to drop a star.
just: wowDropBearHunter —
my eyes are old and bent, but in can still make out all the fine details on these.
Pathfinder Battles—Crown of Fangs: Reclamation Sky CavalryWizKids/NECA
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missed opportunityDropBearHunter —
The lance wielder would be more fitting for the Reclamation Cavalry.
the lance is delivered wobbly, but that is what hair dryers are for.
missed chanceDropBearHunter —
5 stars for what it is.
need a modDropBearHunter —
the white web distracts from the otherwise nice mini spider, looks better on the black base.
surplus to requirementsDropBearHunter —
the Book of the Damned on a stand was a much better deal, this is just meh.
Mounted Alain got a bigger horse, but he's an Iconic.
The pose of the rider is inviting for a point blank shot or whatever is just about to knock the rider off.
will be funDropBearHunter —
can hold a small or short medium after mod.DropBearHunter —
easy enough to crack with a thin steel ruler without damaging the sculpt.
Pathfinder Battles—Rusty Dragon Inn: Orc Rider on Dire WolfWizKids/NECA
Our Price: $18.00Add to Cart
easy to disassembleDropBearHunter —
The rider was easy to remove, which makes the mini doubly usefull.
makes a good firing squad
too smallDropBearHunter —
The medium sized Hell Hound of Shatered Star is about as big as this.
mad, bad, and dangerousDropBearHunter —
nice sculpt, the teeth on the belt are easy enough to touch up.
nice sculptDropBearHunter —
classier knifer than Tooth Gang
only good as another NPCDropBearHunter —
too expensive as just another NPC
sparkly paint and that's itDropBearHunter —
altogether less impressive than the Heroes & Monsters Gnome Fighter which cost 2.5$
wrong scale or wrong coloringDropBearHunter —
it looks somewhat cute when it's out of the box.
I had to actually measure the figure to be convinced that it is taller than the average medium mook or hero.
assembled wrongDropBearHunter —
I bought two and both have the head glued on in a wiered way.
better than expected from the reviewsDropBearHunter —
the first reviews were a fair warning, so what I got was better than expected.
the large figures are usually good.
the medium ones all equally excaptable though buying the rare figures as singles would be quite a disappointment.
two breakages are probbably caused by a too heavy figure (the Toad Demon) squashing the other figures, the twiddly wire around the feet could not stop the top heavy body from dangling around.