Pathfinder Pawns: Bestiary 2 Box

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The monstrous hordes of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Bestiary 2 come alive on your tabletop with this box-busting collection of more than 300 creature pawns for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game or any tabletop fantasy RPG! Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn contains a beautiful full-color image of a monster from the second volume in the Pathfinder RPG’s core monster reference series. Each cardstock pawn slots into a size-appropriate plastic base, making it easy to mix with traditional metal or plastic miniatures. With multiple pawns for commonly encountered creatures and nearly 250 distinct creature images, the Bestiary 2 Box is the best way to ensure you’ve got the right creatures to push your Pathfinder campaign to the next level!

Bestiary 2 Box Pawn Collection Set List

Hundreds of monsters surge to life on your tabletop! Each has its own identification number for easy sorting. The Bestiary 2 Box includes:

Small (and Smaller)
1   Aeon, Paracletus
2   Agathion, Vulpinal
3   Angel, Cassisian
4   Attic Whisperer
5   Aurumvorax
6   Badger
7   Blindheim
8   Charda
9   Chupacabra
10  Cockroach, Giant
11  Crysmal
12  Dark Slayer
13  Devil, Accuser
14  Elemental, Ice
15  Elemental, Lightning
16  Elemental, Magma
17  Elemental, Mud
18  Fungal Crawler
19  Gremlin, Nuglub
20  Grindylow
21  Grippli
22  Gryph
23  Korred
24  Leprechaun
25  Lurker in Light
26  Mandragora
27  Pech
28  Phycomid
29  Quickling
30  Redcap
31  Reefclaw
32  Slithering Tracker
33  Spriggan
34  Tick, Giant
35  Xtabay
36  Amoeba Swarm (4)
37  Cockroach Swarm (4)
38  Jellyfish Swarm (4)
39  Mosquito Swarm (4)
40  Tick Swarm (4)
41  Aeon, Akhana
42  Aeon, Theletos
43  Agathion, Avoral
44  Agathion, Cetaceal
45  Agathion, Leonal
46  Akata (2)
47  Angel, Monadic Deva
48  Angel, Movanic Deva
49  Animate Dream
50  Aranea
51  Axiomite (2)
52  Azata, Brijidine
53  Azer (2)
54  Badger, Dire
55  Banshee
56  Bee, Giant (3)
57  Blink Dog
58  Bodak
59  Bunyip
60  Chaos Beast
61  Crawling Hand, Giant (2)
62  Crypt Thing
63  D'ziriak (2)
64  Daemon, Piscodaemon
65  Daemon, Thanadaemon
66  Decapus
67  Demon, Kalavakus
68  Demon, Omox
69  Denizen of Leng (3)
70  Devil, Handmaiden
71  Dhampir (2)
72  Dragon, Young Brine
73  Dragon, Young Crystal
74  Dragon, Young Magma
75  Dragonfly, Giant
76  Draugr (3)
77  Dullahan
78  Elemental, Ice
79  Elemental, Lightning
80  Elemental, Magma
81  Elemental, Mud
82  Faceless Stalker (2)
83  Fetchling (2)
84  Fly, Giant
85  Fly, Giant Maggot
86  Forlarren (2)
87  Gar
88  Golem, Carrion
89  Grick (3)
90  Herd Animal, Ram
91  Hound of Tindalos
92  Ifrit (2)
93  Inevitable, Kolyarut
94  Jellyfish, Crimson
95  Jyoti (2)
96  Kelpie
97  Krenshar (3)
98  Locathah (2)
99  Lycanthrope, Werebear
100 Lycanthrope, Wereboar
101 Lycanthrope, Weretiger
102 Mihstu
103 Mongrelman (3)
104 Mosquito, Giant
105 Mothman
106 Necrophidius
107 Nereid (2)
108 Ogrekin (3)
109 Oread (2)
110 Peryton
111 Petitioner
112 Poltergeist
113 Qlippoth, Nyogoth
114 Rast (3)
115 Ray, Stingray
116 Revenant
117 Sandman
118 Scarecrow (2)
119 Sceaduinar (2)
120 Scorpion, Cave
121 Serpentfolk (3)
122 Shining Child (2)
123 Sinspawn (3)
124 Siren
125 Skulk (2)
126 Slurk
127 Solifugid, Albino Cave
128 Soul Eater
129 Sylph (2)
130 Tenebrous Worm
131 Tentamort
132 Thoqqua (2)
133 Totenmaske (2)
134 Triton (2)
135 Undine (2)
136 Urdefhan (2)
137 Vampiric Mist
138 Winterwight
139 Witchfire (2)
140 Witchwyrd (2)
141 Worm That Walks
142 Zombie, Juju (3)
143 Achaierai
144 Aeon, Bythos
145 Aeon, Pleroma
146 Agathion, Draconal
147 Amphisbaena
148 Archon, Shield
149 Archon, Star
150 Bat, Mobat (2)
151 Bat, Skaveling
152 Belker
153 Catoblepas
154 Daemon, Astradaemon
155 Daemon, Ceustodaemon
156 Daemon, Derghodaemon
157 Daemon, Hydrodaemon
158 Daemon, Leukodaemon
159 Daemon, Meladaemon
160 Daemon, Purrodaemon
161 Death Worm
162 Demon, Vrolikai
163 Destrachan
164 Devil, Belier
165 Devil, Immolation
166 Devilfish (2)
167 Dragon Horse
168 Dragon, Adult Brine
169 Dragon, Adult Crystal
170 Dragon, Adult Magma
171 Dragon, Young Cloud
172 Dragon, Young Umbral
173 Drake, Flame
174 Drake, Forest
175 Drake, Frost
176 Drake, Sea
177 Dust Digger
178 Elemental, Ice
179 Elemental, Lightning
180 Elemental, Magma
181 Elemental, Mud
182 Giant, Marsh (2)
183 Giant, Wood (2)
184 Gloomwing
185 Golem, Alchemical
186 Golem, Clockwork
187 Golem, Glass
188 Gray Render
189 Gug (2)
190 Hellcat (2)
191 Herd Animal, Camel
192 Hippocampus
193 Hippogriff (2)
194 Hippopotamus
195 Howler (2)
196 Inevitable, Marut
197 Inevitable, Zelekhut
198 Jellyfish, Giant
199 Lamia Matriarch
200 Leucrotta (2)
201 Magma Ooze
202 Mercane
203 Merrow (2)
204 Neh-Thalggu
205 Protean, Imentesh
206 Protean, Keketar
207 Protean, Naunet
208 Qlippoth, Chernobue
209 Qlippoth, Shoggti
210 Qlippoth, Thulgant
211 Ray, Manta
212 Seugathi
213 Slime Mold
214 Snake, Emperor Cobra
215 Spider, Giant Black Widow (2)
216 Spriggan, Large
217 Toad, Giant (2)
218 Troll, Ice (3)
219 Troll, Rock (3)
220 Viper Vine
221 Wendigo
222 Athach
223 Dragon, Adult Cloud
224 Dragon, Adult Umbral
225 Dragon, Ancient Brine
226 Dragon, Ancient Crystal
227 Dragon, Ancient Magma
228 Frost Worm
229 Giant, Taiga
230 Golem, Adamantine
231 Golem, Mithral
232 Hangman Tree
233 Inevitable, Lhaksharut
234 Jabberwock
235 Leng Spider
236 Moonflower
237 Nightshade, Nightwalker
238 Nightshade, Nightwing
239 Qlippoth, Augnagar
240 Quickwood
241 Scylla
242 Shantak
243 Tendriculos
244 Thrasfyr
245 Vemerak
246 Water Orm

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Not Indispensable, but Very Good


As the name indicates, this box comes with pawns for the monsters appearing in Bestiary 2. The Bestiary 2 Box is made up of 246 different creatures, though there are multiples of many of them (there are three ice trolls and two fetchlings, for example; I haven't figured out any rhyme or reason why there are multiples of some rather than others). Creatures ranging from size Small to Huge are included, which means you're left to your own devices for Gargantuan or larger creatures. As with all Paizo pawns, these are double-sided, full-colour, thick cardboard pawns and can stand up to a fair amount of wear and tear. Bases are included. I've been using this box for years and haven't had any problems with it. Keeping the pawns organised does require some custom solutions.

In terms of overall usefulness to a GM, I would start with the collection for Bestiary 1 because that box has the most common (classic) monsters a GM is likely to need. Still, this box includes a few must-have creatures as well, including banshees, blink dogs, and hippogriffs. GMs running Rise of the Runelords will get good value for their money, with several creatures in this set also appearing in that AP.

Overall, it's a solid (if not quite indispensable) set.

Bestiary Box 2 Unleashes Planar Friends and Foes Upon Your Pawns!


If you're a GM building your resources to run your weekly tabletop game, then eventually you're going to want to pick up the Bestiary 2 Box! This is the one you'll need to supplement all of those amazing demonic and planar beasties that aren't covered in the first Bestiary. Pick this one up if you're planning to invade the Worldwound or take a trip around the Great Beyond. You'll find pawns to make all of those otherworldly encounters come to life right before your eyes.

Beautiful artwork. Wide variety of creatures. Sturdy construction. Must have collection! Nicely supplemented by the Wrath of the Righteous pawn set!

The Collection Grows


Pathfinder Pawns is one of the best product lines rolling out of Paizo in recent years. Everyone loves fielding miniatures at their game table, but the logistics of a collection that fills all your needs is a nightmare. Pawns are the perfect product for a GM looking to use great looking pieces on the table without having to worry so much about storing, organizing, and transporting bulkier collections of minis.

Pathfinder Pawns: Bestiary 2, much like its predecessor, is an awesome product because it provides GMs with every type of critter that appears in the bestiary. With these there is no need to find something that "looks like" the critter in your next encounter, you have the right piece already. The quality of the art work is top notch. The pawns are durable, easy to store and transport, and they look great alongside traditional miniatures.

I recommend this product to all GMs and gaming groups as a "must buy" item.

Keeps getting better.


I picked up a box at gencon. The pawns look great! Very menacing and the artwork is beautiful. I can't wait to throw some at my party.

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Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Announced! The image is a mockup; though it uses the correct artwork, details will likely change a bit prior to publication. This set comes with bases; we haven't listed them specifically because we haven't yet determined the mix of sizes that will be included.

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32

About time! I have been waiting too long already.

Grand Lodge

Any chance we'll finally see any Gargantuan pawns in this one?

Otherwise, it seems strange to have the stock Bestiary 2 cover with the Jabberwock if he won't make an appearance...

Liberty's Edge

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Liberty's Edge

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Yes More Pawn Goodness!

Looking forward to that list...

Silver Crusade

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Aw yeawaitasecondpugwampisareinthisbatchfffffFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

Grand Lodge

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I love the Pathfinder Pawns. Amazing product line!
Can't wait to get my hands on these!

Silver Crusade

About time.

Add me to the list as wanting gargantuan pawns and bases.

Love the pawn line. Can't wait for these.

Indigo777 wrote:
Love the pawn line. Can't wait for these.

Seconded! The subscription is totally worth it...

Silver Crusade

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Shadow Lodge

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The Bestiary boxes are cool and all, but when are you going to release the Tome of Horrors Crate ?


Excellent! It's going straight onto my shopping list. :)

+1 for the larger sizes (Gargantuan and Colossal). Although maybe that should be saved for a later, separate box, possibly with the Gargantuan and Colossal monsters from all the Bestiaries to date. That way we can also get the over-sized monsters from Bestiary 1 too. Such a box wouldn't need to include many bases, which would presumably help keep the costs down.

(In other words - I need some of the larger dragons!)

Dark Archive

Kthulhu wrote:
The Bestiary boxes are cool and all, but when are you going to release the Tome of Horrors Crate ?

Yeah Frog God Games, when? :D

Shadow Lodge

+1 for the idea of Gargantuans being a separate box.

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber

+1 Also for the idea of Gargantuans being in a seperate box, but I think the Colossal's being included in the set too!! (:

I'm just pleased as punch that the pawns are doing well enough that Paizo is continuing the line. I do so love these incredible pawns.

Grand Lodge

+1 For the idea of the Gargantuan and Colossal Creatures being in a separate box and being able to purchase them separately :)

Super excited about this! A definite buy for me. I second the gargantuan and colossal monsters. Even if it is its own box that is fine, but the sooner the better!!

Silver Crusade

A box or two of the larger sizes would be great. I would suggest at least two of every monster and double slotted square bases (4 for a "square" monster would be even better). That way we get a sense of mass vs the smaller sizes.

Hopefully the market far excedes the cost of creating the new sizes.

Monsters that I really hope are in this box:

With the same artwork because the artwork is almost perfect!

Akata / Amphisbaena / Attic Whisperer / Aurumvorax
Banshee / Bunyip / / Chaos Beast / Charybdis
Crawling Hand / Crysmal / All Daemons / Kalavakus
Omox / Denizen of Leng / Zebub / Gylou
Puragaus / Devilfish / Draugr / Dullahan
Dust Digger / Fungal Crawler / Gloomwing
Adamantine Golem / Alchemical Golem / Gray Render / All Gremlins
Grindylow / Gryph / Hellcat / Hound of Tindalos
Howler / Jabberwocky / Leng Spider / Leprechaun
Leucrotta / Lurker in Light / Magma Ooze / Mandragora
All Megafauna / Merrow / Mihstu / Moonflower
Mothman / Brain Collector / Nightwave / Pech
Phycomid / Poltergeist / Keketar / Quickwood
Redcap / Reefclaw / Sandman / Scarecrow
Sceanduinar / Black Scorpion / Scylla / Shining Child
Sinspawn (all sins) / Siren / Slime Mold / Slithering Tracker
Slurk / Albino Cave Solifugid
Soul Eater / Sylph / Tendriculos / Thunderbird
Viper Vine / Water Orm / Wendigo / Winterwight
Witchfire / Witchwyrd / Worm that Walks / Yrthak

With another artwork if possible: I've seen a lot of these monsters appear in artwork in AP's and the art there was better than the bestiary art in my opinion, especially Decapus, Kelpie, Cythnigot, Nyogoth, Marsh Giant, Gug, Chupacabra, Glass Golem & Bdellavritra Devil.
The others I'm just curious on how they can look better in artwork, but I already like the descriptions of the creatures.

Kelpie / Korred / Blob / Catoblepas
Serpentfolk / Spriggan + Bigform / Soulbound Doll
Totenmaske / Vampiric Mist / White Whale / Quickling
Cythnigot / Nyogoth / Peryton / Nightcrawler
Lamia Matriarch / Rune Giant / Taiga Giant / Marsh Giant
Chupacabra / Gug / Hangman Tree / Clockwork Golem
Glass Golem / Death Worm / Decapus / Dragonfly
Crystal Dragon / Bdellavritra / Destrachan / Umbral Dragon
Emperor Cobra / Giant Anaconda

And are colossal and Gargantuan creatures still banned? I hope not! Otherwise the Black Scorpion and Giant Anaconda can be smaller?

But really happy to see the bestiary 2 box so soon! Hope bestiary 3 box comes next year!


These creatures are discrimated only because of their colossal or/and Gargantuan asses... LOL

Carnivorous Blob
Titan Centipede
Rune Giant
Mu Spore
Black Scorpion
Giant Anaconda
Giant Tarantula
Elysium Titan
Thanatotic Titan
Giant Snapping Turtle
Great White Whale

Is there ever gonna be a box for only Gargantuan and Colossal monsters being released?

I really think its a shame for Thunderbird, Black Scorpion, Nightwave and NightCrawler, Ravener, Rune Giant and most of all my precious Charybdis...

What is scylla without charybdis? Can't you use a huge model for Charybdis instead pleasseeeee? *Puppy Eyes* :p

Sovereign Court

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This is the best value in tabletop gaming, plus the quality guarantees that you can use them over and over. Good job, Paizo.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

We don't currently have plans for tokens larger than Huge. We're not quite sure how we want to do those yet.

Why not make the gargantuan + bigger ones just huge versions? Krakens, phoenixes and Charybdi also need to grow.

Dark Archive

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Sincubus wrote:
Why not make the gargantuan + bigger ones just huge versions? Krakens, phoenixes and Charybdi also need to grow.

A) It's not the right size on the table, so you would get confused in game

B) At that point it makes little difference if you use another huge pawn instead of the specific one you want
c) Doing them at huge would probably discourage Paizo from trying to do a more permanent solution at the correct size...

Sovereign Court

Vic Wertz wrote:
We don't currently have plans for tokens larger than Huge. We're not quite sure how we want to do those yet.

PDF only version? I don't mind buying a few sheets of hot press board and some adhesive if I get the great artwork.

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Looks like I'll be buying two of these as well :)

Dark Archive

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Sketchpad wrote:
Looks like I'll be buying two of these as well :)

I suspect the concern is asbout bases; actually making Gargantuan/Colossal pawns shouldn/t be too difficult

Enlight_Bystand wrote:
I suspect the concern is asbout bases; actually making Gargantuan/Colossal pawns shouldn/t be too difficult

I quote Erik Mona in this thread.

Erik Mona wrote:

As far as costs are concerned, most are tied to the number of "sheets" in a set. The fewer creatures that fit on a single sheet, the more sheets you need to make the set worthwhile. The more sheets you have, the more expensive the product's got to be.

Think about how many creatures of Gargantuan or Colossal you'd need to pull off a truly satisfying collection. Then think about how many sheets it would take at the current size to cover them. Think about the retail price of that collection relative to the ones we're currently offering.

So yeah, it's a good idea, but ouch.


Shadow Lodge

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One solution: Print off pawns of Gargantual or Colossal creatures at the same size as the Huge pawns, but offer BASES of the correct size. This is already a good way to deal with stuff like zombies or skeletons of Large or bigger sizes.

Here's another idea. Make the colossal and gargantuan a la cart. The cost issue is relative to production, size of the box, number of sheets, etc. If there was simply a list of monsters that people selected, and lets say there was a certain cost per monster, then the costs could be better accounted for by the consumer. Simply put, you only have to print what people buy. Make a minimum spend and have each order come with 1 colossal and 1 gargantuan base. Further more there could be custom bases to account for creatures that have odd dimensions. (This would be a stretch, but would be cool)

Packaging could be like the RotR pawns, just a piece of paper.

While I'm at it, if these sized pawns were created it would be great if they were not just a 2D image, but an X where the 2 images connected. It would add stability and give a better sense of size.

I'll just add this to my wish list.

Here's a better idea:

Make a kickstarter for gargantuan and colossal creatures. You've succeeded at your previous two kickstarters, as did FGG's rappan athuk and S&W kickstarters. Let the KS gauge people's desire for gargantuan and colossal pawns, and I'm pretty sure people will easily show their support and desire.

Also, +1 to tome of horrors CRATE (kthulhu got the term correct for that one ;)).

Silver Crusade

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Kickstarters are for generating money, which I doubt is a problem for Paizo - it's likely more of "how to package them to have them affordable and profitable at once" and that's something no Kickstarter can help with.

Great to see this. I really like pawns and as I currently use Daemons quite a lot, it is nice to have them as pawns as well. Are there any plans to create pawns of the new monsters found in the Campaign Setting line (especially the BotD ones)?

Concerning the bigger than huge monsters, I would be already happy if you produce appropriate bases for these monsters. I can still use the pawn of a smaller creature or create one myself, but the bases are great for visualization purposes.

Shadow Lodge

Gorbacz wrote:
Kickstarters are for generating money, which I doubt is a problem for Paizo - it's likely more of "how to package them to have them affordable and profitable at once" and that's something no Kickstarter can help with.

To further clarify, it's to raise money for a project they wouldn't otherwise be able to create. That's something that many forget, and even quite a few Kickstarter projects skirt the issue (including both of Paizo''s Kickstarters).

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Vic Wertz wrote:
We don't currently have plans for tokens larger than Huge. We're not quite sure how we want to do those yet.

flat pawns? skip the bases lay it flay on the table rather a massive bases when ever my pc fight fight a kraken i end up drawing it on my map

Shadow Lodge

Kyras Ausks wrote:

flat pawns? skip the bases lay it flay on the table rather a massive bases when ever my pc fight fight a kraken i end up drawing it on my map

Now that is a good idea.


Grand Lodge

I think the Gargantuan/Colossal Monsters set would be a great idea. For people already invested in pawns, it would certainly be a seller. Plus, creating a cheap(er) way of getting gargantuan sized monsters into GM's hands is an area that is waiting to be tapped. For those on smaller budgets, buying giant plastic beasties is much too expensive.

I would gladly spend $40 on a set that included the missing gargantuans and colossals from the Bestiaries.

You could always make paper minies of Collossals and gargantuans.

Liberty's Edge

I would also love to see the gargantuan and colossal monsters made as a seperate set or sets. Like booster sets that compliment B1,B2, and B3.

Liberty's Edge

I like the 'flat pawns' idea. Indeed, even for Huge that might make more sense than the current 'one size fits all' bases. The bigger the monsters the more body form determines what their 'footprint' on the map should be.

The upright pawns work great for smaller creatures which you need to be able to arrange and move around a lot, but for the big critters it is better to have an outline of the portion of the map they take up. If they could have some kind of center pole sticking up for easy lifting and repositioning that'd be a plus too.

Sovereign Court

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Okay here's a crazy idea. Paizo take note! ;-)

Make stand up portions of the larger pawns that match the size huge proportions.

Also make an extended donut of cardboard to fit around a huge base and extend it to the right proportions for the larger pieces complete with matching artwork (or not). You could also make generic donuts with artwork for tentacles/roots, textures or whatnot to be used with multiple pawns. The cost would probably be less to just make them black to match the pawns. Or a mix of the above.

It may even be possible to bevel the edges inward so that you can "clip" in the bases though I don't think this is vital.

What makes this make sense to me:

- with two slight notches you should be able to fit a large pawn inside each of the donut holes on the sheet. Certainly a medium or several smalls. You could use these for minions etc of the larger creatures.

- this would save money because I am sure that it would be cheaper than making matching larger sized bases and including those.

Probably a sorry excuse for an idea but I think there is the grain of something that could work there.

Silver Crusade

Excited about this announcement, but I'd almost rather see the product be called Bestiary Box 2. It rolls off the tongue a little easier. I get that it's a box OF Bestiary 2 monsters, so you'd want those elements together, but it just doesn't flow as well to me. Oh well, that's what I'll be calling it regardless how it's printed. :)

Kyras Ausks wrote:

flat pawns? skip the bases lay it flay on the table rather a massive bases when ever my pc fight fight a kraken i end up drawing it on my map

Genius! +1

Liberty's Edge

Just to be a whiner ;) when can we expect a listing of the contents of this wonderful and much anticipated collection of pawns? I would expect that, given the lead time for printing and packaging, this set must be pretty much cast in stone (so to speak) by now.

Will there be a version of this for the $15.99 price that excludes the bases? I think the bases from the first box will suit my needs just fine.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Sorry—this is planned as a boxed product only. (The boxed ones have many more token sheets than the shrinkwrapped ones, by the way.)

I can see the reason (or a reason anyway) for including bases in this set, but those of us buying lots of them are building up quite a collection. Now they're being sold separately, it seems less important to include bases in the boxed-not-slipcased sets.

Personally, I'd much rather pay more for gargantuan pawns than yet another bag of bases I won't open. (I appreciate that gargantuan pawns would likely push the overall price up by more than would be saved by removing the bases). My preferred solution for gargantuan a would be even more expensive, in fact, since I think a flat sheet would sell them short - I'd like to see the really large monsters done as interlocking X-es.

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