Pathfinder Battles—Shattered Star: Iron Golem

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From the ashes of Thassilon, an ancient power rises!

The friends, fiends, and foes of the Pathfinder Adventure Path: Shattered Star invade your gaming table with Pathfinder Battles: Shattered Star, the brand new Pathfinder Battles prepainted miniatures set from Paizo Publishing and WizKids Games!

This stunning set features 55 all-new prepainted sculpts drawn from the gorgeous art in Paizo Publishing's Pathfinder Adventure Path: Shattered Star.

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2/5

It is an okay metallic statue. It matches the source art from the adventure path but I would not know it was an iron golem if it wasn't labeled as such. Very simplistic color scheme.


Solid construct miniature

4/5


Scale seems off

3/5

While I like the pose and sculpt, it harkens back to the Iron Golem Talos of the Argonauts films, I just wish it were a bit larger.


Nice classic golem with a couple issues.

4/5

Overall, it is a very good mini. It is nice to see a more classic statue (I've seen enough dungeonpunk, thank you). As another plus, the classic statue look decreases the chance a player will try to commandeer it for their Enlarged fighter.

As mentioned it will work pretty good for smaller giants with a bit of paint. Also, with a bit of gloss black and some drybrushing of gold, it will make a fine Marut as well.

It would have been a great mini, but an issue or two does detract from it.

First the chunky loincloth corners are a problem, detracting from the sculpt and broadcasting. "Yep, I'm one piece factory molded plastic!" Undercuts are an issue for plastic minis, so why have a flaring loincloth if it will be one piece construction? When viewed from the side it will look like a pizza slice.

Second issue, the pose. Certain poses are best avoided for monsters with gas attacks. An "Exposing the Armpits" pose is one of those. Might as well glue some green cotton to the figure's armpits, because nobody at the table is going to buy the breath weapon is coming out the fig's mouth! Still the pose has some merit, since it has an Altas vibe to it and the fig can balance a decent sized object above it's head.


I've Come Around

4/5

I was not originally a fan of this mini. I acknowledged that it was a nicely detailed sculpt, but I prefer my iron golems to look a bit more like animate suits of giant armor, not bodybuilders who happen to be made of metal.

What brought me around was when it dawned on me that I don't have to use this mini as an iron golem at all. He makes a great shadow giant, and with a very easy repaint he works as a number of other types of giant as well.


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