Pathfinder Paper Minis—Monster Set 2: Goblins PDF

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This set contains over a dozen unique miniatures designed to bring your goblin encounters to life! This set includes four standard goblins, two goblin warchanters, two goblin commandos, two goblin dogs, one goblin shaman, one goblin king, and one goblin snake!

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Artwork by Ashton Sperry.

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Love Ashton Sperry's style

5/5

Subject line says it all. His paper minis look great on the table, and they manage to accurately portray the characters/monsters while retaining a pleasing whimsicality. It's fun to use them, basically, and they get the job done with flair.

Now if he'd just finish the Rune Giant before my party reaches the Spires of Xin-Shalast...


Goblins in a pinch

3/5

I like the paper minis. They are a fast inexpensive way to put some visuals in your game without spending a fortune. That being said, this set was a tiny let down. I like the goblin illustrations in the module, but these are not as good. The goblin on the product cover is one of the best in the set, and they look just like him.

I enjoy the playfulness of the set, but the colors where a little off putting.


Awesome!

5/5

While my laser printer does not print color, The cardstock grayscale images came out perfect. Adding a few color washes of thinned acrylic paints added the colors without covering the printed details.

A thinned silver wash added a metallic gleam to the weapons, while a thinned bronze wash added light-catching sparks to the torch flames.

The gamers at my table had no problems playing with a mix of metal and paper minis!


Goblins! Goblins! Goblins!

5/5

Ok, I'm a bit biased, because I love Paper minis. After collecting metal and plastic minis (over 10,000 of them) for more than 30 years, I'm moving back into paper and these are a great value and they look great.

These really capture the feel of a Golarion Goblin: funny but vicious. And you get enough to run a good encounter. (As I've mentioned before, I print at least 2 sets, one at letter size and one at Executive size - slightly smaller - to get easily identifyable differneces in the sets.)

And they worked great! (I actually need 4 warchanters becaue we have a 6 man party and i've beefed up the encouters for that. And now with Crystal's Mounted Ripnugget, we used the smaller king as the druid...)

And for mounting the goblins on the dogs, if you print 2 sets like I mentioned (I assemble them aframe style) the larger model slides into the smaller, so you can slide a slightly smaller dog into the goblin for a mounted attack!

And for the price! Great value.

There is a link further down for those of you who want to see them in action...




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gigglestick wrote:
gigglestick wrote:

Well, as promised, here are some pix of the minis in action.

http://s816.photobucket.com/albums/zz85/gigglestick42/?start=all

The first set is from the Swallowtai Raid in Burnt Offerings. (The PCs are the plastic Minis and the three-sided purple robed witch. All of the others are bystander counters from PIGames...I have a lot of cardboard minis. As for the Dragon...well, one of my players was using the flat coin token for his rogue. When people complained, he swaped it out for the Dragon..because he has a dragon tattoo. When I (the GM) complained about that, he bought the green claoked archer and its been his mini ever since. The warforged dog is a pet dog the other rogue bought).

The red stones are the ever-growing fires in the town.

With 5-6 characters, I had a larger raiding party and had several encounters start at once on opposite sides of the squares, so you can see the Paladin (Viking figure) saving Aldern Foxglove while the others fight the bard and her minions in the center of the square while other goblins try to set fire and wreck wagons...

The later pix are from the Glassworks Battle and Catacombs of Wrath.

Anyway...

I printed the goblins in two sightly different scaes so that I could have big and little goblins. And so that, as you can see, you can slip a large goblin hound over a small gobin or a large goblin over the slightly smaller goblin hound to do mounted minis.

I find the "cut along the lines" thing to be a bit time consuming and frustrating, so I cut these out in the classic Steve Jackson Carboard Heroes "A Frame" style.

As you can see, it worked pretty well.

BTW: We used the DIVs as the Vargouilles and the Pugwupis showed up in my other PF campaign...great paper minis...

Better picture Link to see the goblins in action (you can see the "mounted goblins" in the Sandpoint Raid and Thistletop Bridge scenes:

Linkified

Just added a new folder with pix of all the PF Paper minis I've put together so far. Including the assembled Goblin Horde!

Sovereign Court

First time using these and I must say: while they look lovely, they are markedly smaller than my metal/plastic minis.

Are they all like this?


GeraintElberion wrote:

First time using these and I must say: while they look lovely, they are markedly smaller than my metal/plastic minis.

Are they all like this?

Depends on how you print them.

They easily can be either letter or executive, which will give you two different sizes.

Or just scale up the minis in your print options. (I often make one or two sheets lightly larger or smaller to get a better variety).

These seem to be 25-35 mm depending on your print options, and they should end up about the same size as D&D minis goblins.

Games Workshop Minis are almost always larger because they are going for wargaming style, which tends to have larger, and often exaggerated features (but still can look good).

If you look at the above links, you can see how I put a number of these together at different sizes.

And you can see how big they ae by looking at the 1" squares in the game.


well i am going into a grave yard with skells and zombies hint hint

Dark Archive

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Are we going to see any more Paper Mini's available soon? I enjoy the concept and plan on buy some soon but i also noticed that the variety seemed to stop dead shortly after some of the Kingmaker series. Did these just stop being formatted altogether?


the Haunted Jester wrote:
Are we going to see any more Paper Mini's available soon? I enjoy the concept and plan on buy some soon but i also noticed that the variety seemed to stop dead shortly after some of the Kingmaker series. Did these just stop being formatted altogether?

If you do a search for Pathfinder Paper Minis you'll find a horde of different sets of minis, including ALL of the encounters needed for LOF 1 and 2, ROTR 1-5, Most of KM 1-2, COnquest of Bloodsworne Vale, plus goblins, gnolls, ogres and Hellknights. Aweseome!

Do a search for Battle Studios and you'll see a great set of adventurers minis with character and action: 30 different characters with 2 color schemes and a third set of B&W to color however you want!

Ashton Sperry did three other sets of Paper Minis: Coluseum Morpheum (two groups of what I think are magical gladiators), Litorans (humanoid felines and Bullettes!) and Witch's Choice (an assortment of interesting monsters and characters). All very cool!

And super Genius Games did a set of Undead and a set of Giants (nice, though some of the female characters have comical anatomy...)

Any of these are excellent value and youg et some terriffic minis.

I have all of these sets and they're great.

I'll keep updating my photobucket link when I can to show some of these in action...

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the Haunted Jester wrote:
Are we going to see any more Paper Mini's available soon? I enjoy the concept and plan on buy some soon but i also noticed that the variety seemed to stop dead shortly after some of the Kingmaker series. Did these just stop being formatted altogether?

My artists can only go so fast! That being said, new artists have joined the fray, and I hope to have new sets being released soon...now I gotta find my whip to make these guys draw faster! :D

Dark Archive

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Pawns Subscriber
Liz Courts wrote:
the Haunted Jester wrote:
Are we going to see any more Paper Mini's available soon? I enjoy the concept and plan on buy some soon but i also noticed that the variety seemed to stop dead shortly after some of the Kingmaker series. Did these just stop being formatted altogether?
My artists can only go so fast! That being said, new artists have joined the fray, and I hope to have new sets being released soon...now I gotta find my whip to make these guys draw faster! :D

Fantastic!! Who know I may be able to help in the dilemma. I plan on submitting my artwork to Paizo soon so who knows what the future will hold or if I am able to aid another in this situation!!

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