GameMastery Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Condition Tokens

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Have trouble keeping track of which conditions are on your character? Grab a set of Pathfinder RPG Condition Tokens and put an end to the confusion. These 1"-square laser-etched acrylic tokens fit neatly under your minis.

    Each set includes the following 28 double-sided tokens, 2 of each:
  • Dying-Stable
  • Paralyzed-Petrified
  • Staggered-Bleed
  • Prone-Helpless
  • Stunned-Unconscious
  • Deafened-Blinded
  • Nauseated-Sickened
  • Fatigued-Exhausted
  • Shaken-Cowering
  • Panicked-Frightened
  • Dazzled-Dazed
  • Confused-Disabled
  • Hasted-Slowed
  • Grappled-Pinned

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Surprisingly Useful (but pricey) Little Things

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The Pathfinder Condition Tokens are well-hidden on the Paizo web store, but I'm glad I stumbled upon them. The idea behind them is so simple it's brilliant: you slide one of these 1-inch square plastic tokens under the miniature of a PC or monster affected by a condition, and anytime you move the miniature, you move the token with it. They make it *so* much easier to keep track, for example, of which of the 8 zombies on the board has been blinded, or that the barbarian has finished raging and is now fatigued. The actually work together quite well with the Condition Cards, because the cards show the effect of the condition while the token shows which condition goes with which miniature.

All of the conditions in the core rulebook except the following are included: Dead, Energy Drained, Entangled, Fascinated, Flat-Footed, Incorporeal, Invisible. Oddly, this list of what's included and excluded is not identical to the Condition Cards, and two statuses that are not official conditions (Hasted and Slowed) are added. You'd think they would make things correspond and include all of the official conditions.

Apart from that, the only drawback of these is the price: $ 19.99. As useful as they are, that's pretty steep for what's essentially coloured little pieces of plastic with words etched onto them Someone with poker chips and a fine black marker could achieve the same basic effect. I think I'd say throw these into an order if you're trying to qualify for reduced shipping, but otherwise wait for a sale.


Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

We snuck this out quietly at PaizoCon, and now we're sneaking it out quietly here!

Liberty's Edge

These look useful. What material are they made from (cardboard, plastic, other)?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Wasteland Knight wrote:
These look useful. What material are they made from (cardboard, plastic, other)?

They're laser-etched acrylic... I've added some more detail to the product description. Thanks for asking!

Liberty's Edge

Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
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These 1"-square laser-etched acrylic tokens fit neatly under your minis

So how are you supposed to read them if they are under your mini?...

Why not do a different color for each condition?


Dragnmoon wrote:

So how are you supposed to read them if they are under your mini?...

Wondering the same thing....

Sovereign Court

Vic, very glad to finally see these. I was the guy that had these custom made for me and my players and suggested they contact you guys about putting a set together for sale here. I personally love them.

FYI guys you do not have to put them under the mini. You can put them next to the mini or on your combat pad or in front of the DM to keep track of his minions. The reason they are each a different color is they do not have that many colors available. The other colors they have available are transparent and thus unsuited for double sided tokens. Already discussed this with Litko when I had my custom set made. These are much more useful for a DM as players are able to more easily keep track of their one character. These really help in larger battles trying to remember who was tripped and who was blinded and who is been stuck and bleeding et cetra. This earn some kinda discount? Maybe?
/Nudge

Just kidding. I hope people use and enjoy these. Like I said great for large battles and area affect spells use. Also if nothing else placing a figure on top of one is a reminder as pieces move around that this particular one is under the affect of a condition. Pick up the figure if you forget which one but how often do you affect people with multiple different kinds of affects in the same encounter.


So when will these be available?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

ChrisRevocateur wrote:
So when will these be available?

Looks like we've sold out the first run, but I've set it to be backorderable now.


Can we get something similar for the Combat Pad?

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Condition magnets! Good idea!

Edit: Of course, we could buy an extra magnet pack & fill them in with perm marker...


A player of mine bought me a couple of packs for our games, and they're really nice. Even if you place them under the mini and can't read the word on it, you at least know that the figure is under a condition of some kind and it reminds you of that fact!

But yeah, you can set them next to the figures too, if you have room.


Scribbling Rambler wrote:

Condition magnets! Good idea!

Edit: Of course, we could buy an extra magnet pack & fill them in with perm marker...

Could also get some magnetic sheets and sticky paper and DiY...but I'm strapped for free time. :D

Sovereign Court

Dark Platypus has a magnetic "flagpole" concept for marking conditions. They have little magnetic pole extensions that you wrap condition flags onto and can stack them onto the pole. Put the pole next to the mini and you can see how many and which kinds of conditions they have by the "flags" they are waving.

Unfortuately, the only set of flags they currently have is for 4th ed, but they do have blank flags, and many conditions have the same names.

Contributor

We grabbed the flag set at Gen Con, I wouldn't even consider them edition-specific, for while some of them are just for 4E (like "blooded"), most of the terms are game-neutral (poisoned, sickened, etc.), and you can always use "blooded" to indicate an injured creature. :)


Try the LITKO web site http://www.litkoaero.com/
They have produced a large range of laser cut counters for several games, and you can order your own designs. There are constant new counters being released for a short period of time in the 'Jim's Product Lab' that don't make it to the major production line, so it pays to visit there regularly and print the pages off for future reference. They look so much better than coloured plain squares. There are various sets that would be useful. eg

4E Damage Token Set
Code: TS094
Product Details
Set of 10 tokens. Includes: 1- Cold damage token in opaque white, 1- Fire damage token in fluorescent amber, 1- Lightning token in fluorescent blue, 1- Necrotic damage token in opaque black, 1- Force damage token in opaque purple, 1- Acid damage token in fluorescent green, 1- Thunder damage token in opaque yellow, 1- Psychic damage token in opaque blue, 1- Poison damage token in transparent gray and 1 Radiant damage token in transparent yellow. The damage token set is a perfect addition to your fantasy role-playing games, great for tracking lingering and sustained damage effects.

Sovereign Court

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Companion, Lost Omens Subscriber

Since these are now on the same page as the pawns, are they thin enough to slip into the stand with one of the pawns/ It would solve the problem of the token being under your mini.

Grand Lodge

Andrew Phillips wrote:
Since these are now on the same page as the pawns, are they thin enough to slip into the stand with one of the pawns/ It would solve the problem of the token being under your mini.

Owning a set of these myself. I can say no they will not be thin enough to slip in to the actual stand with the actual pawn.. They are made to sit underneath the actual pawn/miniature. Sorry :)

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