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Pathfinder Battles—Legends of Golarion: Gargantuan Green DragonWizKids/NECA
Our Price: $39.99
NOICEEric Ackerman —
This bad boy is awesome. I bought him just so I had something nice to represent something gargantuan. Despite that, this mini is really great with a menacing pose,and nice texture. If you are in the market for dragons, I would recommend this one.
Pathfinder Battles—Rise of the Runelords: Mokmurian (Stone Giant)WizKids/NECA
Our Price: $5.00Add to Cart
one secEric Ackerman —
The review by malith states that the mini seemed a little smaller than the other giants. I'm pretty sure that was intentional because mokmurian is in fact physically inferior to his kin, hence his desire for magic. Just saying.
Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea NPC Codex (PFRPG)Paizo Inc.
Add PDF $13.99
Praise the Sun for another great bookEric Ackerman —
This book offers a wealth of great Npcs that can and will be put to great use for enemies such as The belkzin warchief guy, or the knight of Ozem. All great stuff, some of them are cut short in the description due to page length but overall not a big enough deal to care. 5/5
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game GM Screen—Alternate Cover (OGL) Print EditionPaizo Inc.
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Yeah, its a GM screenEric Ackerman —
This is the same product as the original Pathfinder GM screen, except it has different stuff on the player's side (namely the base classes). Which isn't a bad thing, it offers the buyers another option. The only reason i rate it a 4 is because i find the product a little redundant, and i prefer the other artwork better.
Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Inner Sea Bestiary (PFRPG)Paizo Inc.
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More creatures.Eric Ackerman —
I bought this hoping for creatures... and you know what I got? Exactly that. Good price considering how many baddies i got. You get three playable races, enemies only mentioned in the inner sea world guide, and even some completley new ones. This is definitly worth the price for the PDF, and it will see some use in the future.
Pathfinder Battles—Rise of the Runelords: Jakardros SovarkWizKids/NECA
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The hell man?Eric Ackerman —
I bought this and it arrived without a freaking bow/arm. So I've got a one eyed/ one armed guy in leather? What is he now, some sort of odd pirate?
So many filler towns, one easy solution.Eric Ackerman —
In a world with so many generic towns all over the place, i can just kinda throw this map up, and call it good. It's got different market stalls, a public stand, that could be used for a speech, or (with a little imagination) a public execution. I've also used the gate a couple of times, and then switched over to a different map for a city like market, so its uses are very plentiful. Overall a good flip mat, and i hope to continue using it.
The one, the only, the COREEric Ackerman —
This book holds everything needed to play. Explained fairly well, lots of content, and greatly illustrated, this is book of all books. There is an app on the Android market called Masterwork tools: Pathfinder, that has most of the stuff from this book and other books available on your phone. While you can do just fine with the app, there is a certain allure to owning the actual book itself, and for that, this deserves a 5/5
Fantastic book, worth the buy and saves the GM a world of troubleEric Ackerman —
The NPC codex saves me so much time for other things. Premade encounter groups, per level premade characters, and even personalites for some of them! Even if I don't have anything specific in mind for an encounter, the NPC codex provides me with useful ideas that keep the game fun. I of course recommend this book to GM's everywhere, and grant it a FIVE out of FIVE
Pathfinder Campaign Setting: The Inner Sea World Guide (PFRPG)Paizo Inc.
Add Hardcover $49.99
Add PDF $9.99
I dont always use settings, but when i do, i choose the inner seaEric Ackerman —
Im very new to table top gaming in general, and im being forced to be the GM for my friends. this makes the job so much easier, and makes the campaign feel like an actual world. (thats the point right?) the only part i could have lived without were the extra prestige classes. it may just be me but i feel that the low templar is kinda stupid... well whatever, that isn't enough to keep this product from getting a five/five