Pathfinder Paper Minis—Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path Part 1: "Edge of Anarchy" PDF

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This set contains 90 key NPCs and creatures from "Edge of Anarchy", part one of the Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path!

The city of Korvosa has its own set of dangers, and in this set, you'll get a slew of urban encounters! Brutal thugs, cat-sized spiders, and a few hungry aquatic opponents await your PCs, but even in Korvosa, there are allies.

This set contains the following miniatures:

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  • Anpugit, male human (Vudran) expert
  • Baldrago, male human warrior
  • Bezzeraty, male human expert
  • Blackjack
  • Bloo, dog
  • Boar (2)
  • Cabbagehead, male ogrekin human fighter
  • Carrion golem
  • Chittersnap, male ettercap
  • Derro (Small) (6)
  • Devargo Barvasi, male human rogue
  • Drain spider (Tiny) (4)
  • Dream spider (Small) (4)
  • Eel's End enforcer (12)
  • Executioner, male human
  • Gaedren Lamm, male old human expert/rogue
  • Giggles, male half-orc fighter
  • Gobblegut, male alligator
  • Grau Soldado, male human rogue/fighter
  • Halvara, female half-elf expert
  • Hookshanks Gruller, male gnome rogue
  • Hopeful thug, male human warrior (6)
  • Human skeleton (6)
  • Jigsaw shark
  • Karralo, male human warrior
  • Kester, male human child
  • Lamm's Little Lamb, human child (6)
  • Lesser necrophidius (3)
  • Majenko, male pseudodragon (Tiny)
  • Malder, male human warrior
  • Ogre spider
  • Otyugh (Large)
  • Owlbear skeleton (Large)
  • Parns, male human warrior
  • Queen Ileosa Arabasti, female human aristocrat
  • Rajeek, male human (Vudran) expert/rogue
  • Raktavarna (Small)
  • Reefclaw (3)
  • Sabina Merrin, female human fighter
  • Thousand Faces, male old human (Shoanti)
  • Tiora, female human rogue
  • Trinia Sabor, female human bard
  • Tuggins, male gnome expert/rogue (Small)
  • Vencarlo Orsini, male middle-aged human
  • Verik Vancaskerkin, male human fighter
  • Vreeg, male derro necromancer (Small
  • Yargin Balko, male human expert
  • Zellara, female middle-aged human (Varisian)

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Stick with the artwork provided

2/5

This is my first set of minis (out of 17) that I'm disappointed in. We buy paper minis specifically so we can run adventure paths, and unfortunately many of these minis are not good representations of specific NPCs.

For example:

- Lamm looks like a farmer (compared to the picture on page 20 of CotCT). Lamm is the reason everyone comes together as a group, I find this unacceptable.

- Sabina's iconic (sexy) armor and falchion are gone and replaced with generic knight platemail, longsword, and a commoner's wooden shield. WTF. (compared to page 25)

- Zellara looks more like a barmaid than a fortune teller (compared to page 11)

- Grau looks like a d****e, even more unsympathetic than before

- Vankaskerkin looks more like a woodsman than a guardsman (compared to page 32)

- Devargo looks like he came out of the Matrix (compared to page 37)

- The dream spiders didn't have the correct markings on their backs

- Thousand Bones looks like a Native American Indian, not a Shoanti (compared to page 48)

Arrghhhh! It's so frustrating, why didn't he use the art that was already provided in CotCT?? The minis are so different from the artwork in the AP, I might as well used ANY minis to do the job!

On the bright side, I thought the artist did great on the NPCs that had a description but didn't have any art in CotCT. I especially like the NPCs and thugs at Eel's End.

My advice is to use the artwork from the AP as much as possible in the future. If future sets are like this, I'll have to reconsider purchasing paper minis for APs.


Worth more than I paid.

5/5

Frankly, this set was worth it just for Majenko. Something about his depiction is simply fascinating, no idea why.

Sure, there are a few "repeatable" cronies in this pack, but the artwork is fabulous and it's nice to be able to put a named NPC on the board knowing it's not a copycat of some other figure. I've had several players request to take them home. :)

Thanks for these. I'll certainly be looking forward to using all the rest of the sets.

Well done.


Impressed

5/5

There are a number of reasons to get a set like this. First off, if you're running the adventure path. This set gives you a number of great looking thugs and adventurers. Sure some of them are repeated, but let's be honest the repeated no name thug is there to be just one in the crowd. Not every NPC needs to be unique, sometimes they're just dudes to fight.

But what really got me with this one is the really great looking art from C. Jack.

Only minor complaint is that Devargo Barvasi and Sabina Merrin went a bit too far from the original art. Merrin in particular doesn't look nearly as unique. Unless she was supposed to Cressida Kroft, who I wish had been in the set. I expect we'll see her in the next set.

Overall, great job.


Not a bad set...but,,,

4/5

OK...I feel bad about giving CJ less than 5 stars 2 sets in a row, but this one didn't thrill me the way many of his past sets did.

All of the major players ARE included, and for $5 that's a great deal. You get some very cool minis (Undead Owlbear, Otyugh, Reefclaws) but there are a lot of repeat minis...minis with exactly the same artwork as other minis in the set (Eels End, Skelotins, and one of the hopeful thugs is just an Eels End guy with different shirt...which would be OK, but then we get THAT guy a second time...)

Still, like I said, a bunch of Minis for a great AP or very little $$.

But the designs didn;t inspire me this time.


Contributor

Now available! (You know you want another chance at punching Gaedren Lamm in the face.)

Sovereign Court

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Liz Courts wrote:
Now available! (You know you want another chance at punching Gaedren Lamm in the face.)

And there he is on the cover for all your punching needs!

Thanks Liz!

Sovereign Court

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Teaser pics of some minis.

More to come!


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Ah, the owlbear skeleton would go nicely with my collection of owlbear paperminis... no, I will wait for #33.

Awesome minis (again!) by the way, Jack!

Ruyan.

Sovereign Court

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Thanks RuyanVe!


Glad to see the group starting on the COCT line.

But as I mentioned, this set didn't inspire me as much as past sets. (And I loved your stuff with ROTR Jack!)

There are a LOT of repeated minis in this set, with no attempt to make them look different from one another. I don't mind six thugs with teh same pose...but can we get some color change or a weapon swap?

Anyway, that's my biggest criticism. Still a great value for your $$. But its not my favorite CJ set...

Sovereign Court

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Hey gigglestick, thanks for the feedback. Sorry you were disappointed in the set but I'm glad you liked some of them like the Undead Owlbear, Otyugh, and the Reefclaw.


Hey, one thing. There are a few minis that don't line up perfectly. Check out the bottom four on page 7. I know that I can fix it once I've printed them out, but I wanted you to know.

Great job as always on the set.

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mike smith 853 wrote:

Hey, one thing. There are a few minis that don't line up perfectly. Check out the bottom four on page 7. I know that I can fix it once I've printed them out, but I wanted you to know.

Great job as always on the set.

Thanks mike, I'll get to it! If you have a review to share, I'd appreciate it!

Edit: Never mind! Thanks for the review!


Callous Jack wrote:
Hey gigglestick, thanks for the feedback. Sorry you were disappointed in the set but I'm glad you liked some of them like the Undead Owlbear, Otyugh, and the Reefclaw.

It was still a great value for the $$$, and I'm looking forward to your take on the rest of the series.

Part of the problem with making so many great sets is that it's set such a high bar.

You still draw better than I ever could, and it is great to have more inis. (Keep 'em coming)

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gigglestick wrote:

You still draw better than I ever could, and it is great to have more inis. (Keep 'em coming)

Seven Days to the Grave is being worked on right now!

Sovereign Court

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More teasers.


Callous Jack wrote:
Seven Days to the Grave is being worked on right now!

Is there any ETA for Seven Days yet?

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Hi Midnight_Angel,
I have around 10 minis left to do. I take it you just started SDttG?


Hi Jack!

No; actually, I'm still preparing for GMing the whole CoCT path...

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Midnight_Angel wrote:

Hi Jack!

No; actually, I'm still preparing for GMing the whole CoCT path...

Okay, well then I'm glad you're not in desperate need of something for a session any time soon. The next set should arrive sometime after next week as Thanksgiving will throw things off.

If you ever get a chance and use minis for the sets, I'd love to see pics of the minis being used. :)

Shadow Lodge

I will see of we can get some picts from my RotRL game where we use your paper mins.

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dartnet wrote:
I will see of we can get some picts from my RotRL game where we use your paper mins.

Hooray!

Thank a lot!


Okay, so I was talking about posting photos in the most recent set, but since these are from this set I wanted to post this here.

Photos from tonight's super fun adventure: Photos

Hope I did that right.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Great pics, mike! The Worldworks map looks cool and really adds to the battles. It's great to see the Lamm gang in action. And I see you have your own homemade minis too!

Thank you so much for posting, I hope to see more!

(By the way, was this your first use of the paper minis? )


Sort of. I was able to use a ton of minis for the beginning of Rise of the Runelords (multiple goblins, I added some Hellknights, the Burnt Offering set you did, and a few customs), but by the time all the sets had come out, life and school got in the way and I had to stop. Similar things happened with Legacy of Fire. I wish I had thought to take pictures.

Most of the minis I've used were from other sets on games that I've just run on my own, and I use the Battle Studio minis for PC's. But honestly I just use whatever works. This is the first time that I'm running a story and the minis should be all ready to be printed and used by the time I need them, which I'm super excited about. I'm a visually person, I really like to have something to look at and use. It both makes the game more like a board game, and more realistic sort of all at once for me. Besides, I love the looks of the minis.

And I've been super happy with all the Worldworks stuff, but the Streets/Buildings/Sewers of Malifaux and just awesome. Between them and your minis, I was really pushing this adventure. I'm so happy I decided to do this one.

The game went really well and the players are super excited to get together next week, so hopefully this campaign will last. I'm in grad school working on my MAT in English Ed, so when I'm not in class at the University, I'm in a high school teaching. It makes doing anything that doesn't directly lead to graduating that much harder to do. That said, this is what I do for fun, and I kind of need rpgs in my life.

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mike smith 853 wrote:
This is the first time that I'm running a story and the minis should be all ready to be printed and used by the time I need them, which I'm super excited about. I'm a visually person, I really like to have something to look at and use. It both makes the game more like a board game, and more realistic sort of all at once for me. Besides, I love the looks of the minis.

Hey thanks! Although now I feel the pressure to crank the rest out! ;-)

mike smith 853 wrote:
The game went really well and the players are super excited to get together next week, so hopefully this campaign will last. I'm in grad school working on my MAT in English Ed, so when I'm not in class at the University, I'm in a high school teaching. It makes doing anything that doesn't directly lead to graduating that much harder to do. That said, this is what I do for fun, and I kind of need rpgs in my life.

Wow, I'm surprised you have time for anything else, let alone gaming.


Photos from tonight's session are up.

Link to photo

Sorry the photo quality is bad. My Ipad makes a better computer than it does a camera.

The players have been loving the minis by the way. The Otyugh made the night oh so special. The map is from the Streets of Malifaux. What a great resource.

This one fight was really interesting. Started with six thugs attacking a young noblewoman, protected only by a drunken guardsman. The party was having issues with the thugs, and the Otyugh almost took them out. It was a lot of fun.

Next they went to the castle and meet some people of the royal persuasion. Next up: Joining the Guards!

Contributor

Fixed the URL above.

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mike smith 853 wrote:

Photos from tonight's session are up.

Link to photo

Sorry the photo quality is bad. My Ipad makes a better computer than it does a camera.

The players have been loving the minis by the way. The Otyugh made the night oh so special. The map is from the Streets of Malifaux. What a great resource.

Hey, thanks Mike, I'm just glad to have pics to look at so keep posting!

I'm glad they liked the Otyugh. :)


Another Sunday, another game. More Photos.

All the World's Meat

The characters are now all level 2. You can read more about them on our website: Link

Sadly, I forgot to bring Verik's Mini, and had to go with a different one, a mini that one of my players was using, but switched out for a new one.

story spoiler:
The gang seemed to have a really good time, and they really liked Verik. It helps that he's one of my favorite NPC's. In the end, they confronted him, but never fought. They are thus far falling into all the right traps. Love it. Hopefully I'll have Eel's End next week.

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mike smith 853 wrote:

Another Sunday, another game. More Photos.

All the World's Meat

The characters are now all level 2. You can read more about them on our website: Link

Sadly, I forgot to bring Verik's Mini, and had to go with a different one, a mini that one of my players was using, but switched out for a new one.

** spoiler omitted **

Hey the pics look better this week!

Go reefclaws!

EDIT: By the way, I'm shocked you were able to gather the whole group together without losing someone to the Superbowl!


We played early, 4:30-7:30 or there about. Then everyone went to watch the game.


So the adventure continued today.

Game Spoilers:
Went up against Devargo and the Eel's End. It was really awesome. First, the party Rogue tried to be sneaky and attempted to get past a guard by seducing him, instead she ended up in a one on one fight that ended when she jumped overboard, grabbed the side of the deck and kept hidden. Meanwhile the rest of the party totally messed up their conversation with the King of Spiders, and ended up fighting a whole bunch of thugs and spider creatures. They killed Chittersnap and threw Devargo into the pit where he was eaten by Dream Spiders. A fitting end.

Then we played the chase minigame (using the Chase Deck). Everyone really enjoyed this section. The Eel's End fight was epic and they needed something like this. They liked the story element of this (as the Magus is already acting like Trina's protector) and we loved the silliness of the Chase deck (falling off the rooftop and running into a befuddled baker or spooked horse was super fun). Note: I pulled all the cards that I felt wouldn't be on a rooftop and made anyone interested in a street race use the leftovers. The party Ranger rolled so well on his Handle Animal that he got on the horse and rode down the street (and kept the horse)

Here's the photos from today's game. The ship is a Worldworks Game paper ship. I've had it for forever, and this was definitely the best use of it I've ever had.

Photos

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mike smith 853 wrote:

So the adventure continued today.

** spoiler omitted **

Here's the photos from today's game. The ship is a Worldworks Game paper ship. I've had it for forever, and this was definitely the best use of it I've ever had.

Photos

Great pics, it took me a sec to remember the little dragon you rescue. The middle one looks like you had a ton of minis fighting it out in that battle!


Well we finished Edge of Anarchy and next week we start up Seven Days to the Grave. Here are the photos:

PHOTOS

Game Spoilers:
Well, this one was super fun. I really wanted to complete everything in the Dead Warrens and do the final scene in one sitting, so the game went a bit long. It was still really fun. The party had a lot of trouble with the Derro. They burned up so many Magic Missile and Cure Light Wounds charges on their wands it was ridiculous. But by the end they were beaten and nearly killed off a number of times. But they survived. Thus far they really seem to be enjoying the game and I think their realizing how bad the Queen is. I changed BlackJack to the Nightingale due to my love of Skyrim, and they love everything about him thus far.

I know some people disliked the railroady moments such as his rescue of Sabor, but my group didn't seem to mind. If they did they were quiet about it. Having it happen right after a long dungeon crawl really helped. They were out of spells and felt betrayed by the system, since they wanted to speak at her trial. I had been setting up Nightingale since the first game so it was a great way to really show him off. Sadly I was a little tired, so I could have done a better job of describing him. Oh well.

See you next week

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Thank Mike!
Great pics, where did the cavern maps come from?


Callous Jack wrote:

Thank Mike!

Great pics, where did the cavern maps come from?

They're from Skeleton Key Games. I really like their stuff. I discovered them when I was running a Ptolus game. I like Worldwork's 3D elements, but these are still great (and fairly cheap) tiles. Also the modular aspect of them worked out really well.


Can anybody expalin to what the paper minis are I cant seem to find a discription of the anywhere. I mean paper minis in general, is this something i have to print off, cut out and base my self.

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seto83 wrote:

Can anybody expalin to what the paper minis are I cant seem to find a discription of the anywhere. I mean paper minis in general, is this something i have to print off, cut out and base my self.

Hi seto83, thanks for your interest. You've pretty much got it and this free instruction pdf should help you get the idea of what to do. (Of course you always welcome to ask more questions too!) :)

Instructions.


Callous Jack wrote:
seto83 wrote:

Can anybody expalin to what the paper minis are I cant seem to find a discription of the anywhere. I mean paper minis in general, is this something i have to print off, cut out and base my self.

Hi seto83, thanks for your interest. You've pretty much got it and this free instruction pdf should help you get the idea of what to do. (Of course you always welcome to ask more questions too!) :)

Instructions.

Thank you so much that preety much clears it up for me.

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Thanks for the review, I.Malachi!

Liberty's Edge

You're welcome. I've bought the whole set of the Crimson Throne series and quite a few others but haven't been able to use them until now. They're great. I'll keep getting them. Maybe next game I can post pictures.

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I.Malachi wrote:
Maybe next game I can post pictures.

Awesome, I'd love to see them!


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This is a very useful set, I've been using it for my newly started CotCT game. I'd love to have seen an unarmored version of Field Marshal Kroft though, to be used for briefings and so on. I've found a battle-ready version in the set for Escape from Old Korvosa, but it doesn't seem fully appropriate.

Anyway, good work!

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Zaister wrote:

This is a very useful set, I've been using it for my newly started CotCT game. I'd love to have seen an unarmored version of Field Marshal Kroft though, to be used for briefings and so on. I've found a battle-ready version in the set for Escape from Old Korvosa, but it doesn't seem fully appropriate.

Anyway, good work!

Thanks Zaister, I'm glad you like it!

Sorry about Kroft, I always assumed she'd meet people with in her formal "work" outfit. I'm trying to think if there is a proxy from one of the other sets you could use.


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No matter, I just used the mini from set #3 tonight and the players didn't wonder about her attire, so everything's OK :)

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Zaister wrote:
No matter, I just used the mini from set #3 tonight and the players didn't wonder about her attire, so everything's OK :)

Hurray! Glad it worked out.

Any pics?
:-)

Dark Archive

Sorry to bring this thread back from the dead. Great work, as always Callous Jack, but I have one small quibble. Renegade Guard Parns favored weapon is a warhammer but he is shown holding a sword like the other guards.
Just a minor flaw that otherwise bugs me.

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