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Damon Griffin wrote:

X-24 is a successor project to X-23 and the other kids, yet he's fully

X-24 is "something without a soul", but by his appearance, might as well be a clone of Wolverine. Do clones not have souls? And again, how do you mature them so quickly?

X-24 reminds me of Albert, a Pierce-type android built to kill Wolverine. In my head cannon X-24 and Albert are one and the same.

There is no Elsie-Dee though :(


This came about when the party met a succubus. Upon seeing her, the Cleric says, 'Did I just hear a 'Ting?'"

As GM I pick up on it and respond, "You think it came from the direction of the Paladin's full-plate codpiece."

Paladin: "Uh...Ouch. Wasn't me, I swear."

So now whenever any party meets an attractive female, somewhere in the distance is heard a "Ting".

Incidentally, this succubus was named Josie Ramona and eventually became the party's personal bartender.

I wonder if Ant-Man is in this trailer. I imagine it would be quite a challenge to find him if he is.

All In A Day's Work

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Just like Marvel/Disney marketing, Black Widow is omitted :(

What is that scenery?

UsagiTaicho wrote:
Well I think this looks like a pretty funny archetype. I'm going to steal it now for the use of my players.

Awesome! I hope they enjoy it.

I'm interested to see how it plays. I won't get a chance to play it myself for quite awhile, but I've been sitting on the idea even longer and wanted to get it out there.

Someday I'll be able to go up to an orc and say, 'You fight like a dairy farmer!'.

Hey guys thought I would try and come up with an archetype based around Guybrush Threepwood of Monkey Island fame. It's mostly designed around trying to get the insults themselves to have some kind of gameplay use as well as being fun to roleplay.

Here it is: Link

Let me know what you think.


Erik Mona wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:

Way to go Erik!!! More domestic animals!!! Very good for hungry monster and farm encounters. More things we need.

1) Mounts (riderless and with rider)(Different horses light and heavy, camels riding dog)- They are always around on random encounters especially during travel.
2) Carts and caravan wagons- Used often enough by npc and pcs.
3) More commoners. Barkeep, blacksmith, shopkeeper, farmers, regular folks- Any combat happening out in an urban center, there will be folks in the way and around.

Frankly if you make these, you'll do well. Especially if your focus is miniatures for roleplay purpose. I hope you like the suggestions.

Lots of this stuff is coming.

Can't wait to see the camels riding dogs!!

Jaelithe wrote:

I think that could get you in some trouble, yeah.

What I'm still waiting for in mainstream comics are the genuine female geniuses on a par with Victor Von Doom, Reed Richards, Anthony Stark, Lex Luthor, et al. Granted, we've plenty of intelligent women, but rarely is one considered the smartest in the room. That still seems to be the province of men.

Hot? Sure, that's a given. Strong? Absolutely. (Hell, Wonder Woman's arguably stronger than Captain Marvel, if not Superman.) Brainy on the order of an Einstein, Hawking or Da Vinci? Nope.

Kitty Pryde

Besides her mutant powers, Kitty is a genius in the field of applied technology and computer science. She is highly talented in the design and use of computer hardware. She is a skilled pilot of piston and jet engine aircraft, and a competent pilot of certain advanced interstellar vehicles. She has previously shown a unique ability to wield the Soulsword and also be harmed by it. Since her possession by the ninja demon Ogun, she has been consistently shown to be an excellent hand-to-hand combatant, having since been endowed with a lifetime of training in the martial arts of Japanese ninja and samurai, such as aikido, karate, and ninjutsu. She is also trained in the Israeli martial art of Krav Maga. She is a professional-level dancer in both ballet and modern dance. She speaks fluent English, Japanese, Russian, and the royal and standard languages of the alien Shi'ar and Skrull, and has moderate expertise in Gaelic, Hebrew, and German.

Cool! This is one of my most anticipated minis from the set.

... Would it be wrong to make my Paladin PC solo one?

Erik Mona wrote:

Looks like the Reign of Winter Monsters set is doing well enough that there might be room to do similar packs in the future. I think I've mentioned before how that set was the result of a couple of compromises. The Frost Worm was originally a part of Heroes & Monsters, and the Svaathuurim is one of the only interesting Huge creatures in the Reign of Winter Adventure Path.

It's not the Huge 2-pack I would choose starting from scratch. I think that's a good thing, as other monster mixes will probably sell even better.

Erik that is the best news I've heard all day!

My vote goes to a Huge Elemental pack next.

Wow that's some fine work Propsken! Thanks! That sounds pretty much perfect.

Hi all,

I am a GM for a 4-man party of 17th level. It is comprised of an archer Ranger, 2h Paladin, Cleric, and a Barbarian. This is my last adventure of a strange campaign where myself and another GM trade off every 3 adventures, and I want my finale to be epic and memorable. The previous adventure was marred by a mistake I made with a too-high-cr encounter and one player holding a grudge, so I want to make sure I get it right this time.

Anyway the idea:


A large hexagonal room. In in the center is a pool of water, just deep enough to make it difficult terrain. One end is the stairs the PCs will come up; on the far side is the Darkness Engine and the BBEG. The BBEG turns on the Engine and flees up, leaving some demons (I'm thinking Omoxes atm because of the water). The twist is that the Engine can be sabotaged by the PCs if they get to it within a certain amount of time, but if not something is altered in the next enounter (I can't decide what yet). The Engine is supposed to be the keystone to the BBEG's plot to cover the world in darkness (it's a drow).

I guess my main questions atm are:
1) What should be the consequences of failing to stop the Engine? (In this encounter; they can still stop the Engine by defeating the BBEG later).
2) How to design the encounter so it is fair to the players in terms of how long they have to deal with the engine whilst being harried by the monsters?

Thanks for any help.

Isil-zha wrote:
Mazra: far be it from me to destroy your hopes but... Cloud Giant, Leng Spider, Mammoth, Nightwing, Scarlet Walker, Taiga Giant and Tendriculous are Huge. So at least those are highly unlikely.

The inability to get access to huge minis is one of my biggest frustrations and disappointments with the Battles line. There are just so many cool beasties at this size that its a travesty to have little to no hope of ever seeing any. I think it's pretty safe to just go ahead and get any huges that appear in the D&D line without fear of PFB duplicates, and count yourself lucky.

I too have this issue. Maybe it's a sign that I shouldn't buy so much Paizo stuff :)

Kor - Orc Scrollkeeper wrote:

As a veteran minis collector, I would buy a huge elemental set just for getting the huge water elemental. As a plasti-crack addict, I would buy an additional set, because I can't just have 1 huge water elemental. Getting the other huge elementals would of course be a side benefit :)

I would also be likely to buy two sets. Elementals (along with golems, demons, and devils) are one of my favorite monster types. Huge size minis are also a favorite of mine, and I bought two sets of the RoW huges. So hopefully Paizo can find some way of making a huge elemental set happen!

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Two of my players, a cleric and a ranger with a deathly fear of spiders, get locked in a chamber. Crawling out of the darkness at the other end of the room come two undead Bebiliths.

The ranger says, 'Can I kill myself as a free action?'

Once we stopped laughing, he actually managed to survive the fight.

I'd buy it.

Since I got the BB I've used Sandpoint as the starting town for all my adventures, even the one that takes place in Forgotten Realms :)

A Sandpoint Box would help bring it to life for my players even more.

James Jacobs wrote:
Asgetrion wrote:

I liked Thornkeep, and I will certainly buy this! :)

I just wonder how many chambers each level has, i.e. how big the levels actually are? Small enough to fit a flip-map, or perhaps more like levels in Castle Greyhawk?

Each level fits on a flip mat; same as Thornkeep's levels.

I wonder if we'll get a Flip-mat pack for this like we did for Thornkeep...

We have a very Offensive-bent party:

Szarali (me)- Female Tiefling Slayer. Raised by loving adoptive parents on the outer edges of Cheliax. Bubbly and Naïve, she stowed away aboard a ship bound for Sandpoint to find adventure!

Zirul - Male Half Elf Ranger. An archer who came to enjoy the fair, has a secret love of brew that he shares with:

Grunyar - Male Dwarf Barbarian. Tossed out of the Pixie's Kitten when he refused to put away his axe, he is delighted to have the opportunity to add to his goblin head collection.

Gene - Male Human Gun/Spellslinger. He won the target shooting contest at the fair (set up in our game to dunk poor Shalelu) but ended up blowing the entire stall down in the process.

Hopefully we can down our foes before they down us, at which point the ranger can bust out his wand of Cure Light Wounds to keep us alive :)

I just recently received my case of LoG, and my friends and I opened it up on the same day as my case of SS. We didn't notice any difference in quality between the two sets, and frequently were wowed at the minis pulled out of the boxes.

We are not by any means mini connosieurs, so we probably wouldn't notice things like flashing or bad washes or brushing, or even know what the terms mean. We aren't really concerned with how masterful the art job is done, only that the miniature looks like what it is supposed to look like.

We would notice things like missing paint or glob faces or whatever, and didn't see a single instance of that in either set. Even the problem minis people are reporting here were fine in my case. Sajan looks fine, King Irovetti has a face, nothing has missing paint. Perhaps there was just one batch that got messed up and the rest are normal.