Pathfinder Pawns: Iron Gods Adventure Path Pawn Collection

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Pathfinder Pawns: Iron Gods Adventure Path Pawn Collection

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Key monsters and NPCs from the Iron Gods Adventure Path come alive on your tabletop with the Iron Gods Pawn Collection, featuring more than 100 creature pawns for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game or any tabletop fantasy RPG! Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn presents a beautiful full-color image of a monster or NPC from the Iron Gods campaign, including androids, aliens, scrappers, and dozens of unique pawns also suitable for representing player characters. The Iron Gods Pawn Collection, together with the creatures from the Pathfinder Pawns: Bestiary Box collections, provides pawns for nearly every Iron Gods encounter. Each cardstock pawn slots into a size-appropriate plastic base from any of the Bestiary Box collections, making the pawns easy to mix with traditional metal or plastic miniatures. With tons of distinct images, the Iron Gods Pawn Collection brings to life the enemies and allies from all six adventures of the Iron Gods Adventure Path.

  • Fires of Creation
  • Lords of Rust
  • The Choking Tower
  • Valley of the Brain Collectors
  • Palace of Fallen Stars
  • The Divinity Drive

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-716-1

Pathfinder Pawns: Iron Gods Set List

Small

  1. Maukui
  2. Ratfolk (3)
  3. Ratfolk Scrapper (4)
  1. Redtooth
  2. Rhu-Chalik
  3. Robot, Torturer (3)
  1. Ugothokra (4)
  2. Val Baine
  3. Vegepygmy (2)
  1. Vrilledt
  2. Whiskifiss

Medium

  1. Adamantine Clan Gargoyle (4)
  2. Android (4)
  3. Arcantix Sister (3)
  4. Birdfood
  5. Black Seer (4)
  6. Deacon Hope
  7. Deformed Android (2)
  8. Digital Angel (4)
  9. Dinvaya Lanalei
  10. Doc Hellbroth
  11. Ebal Kai
  12. Elessa Hevrendall
  13. Engine Attendant
  14. First Sovereign
  15. Furkas Xoud
  16. Garmen Ulreth
  17. Ghartone
  18. Gruethur
  19. Gryne Rasik
  1. Gunshy
  2. Harab
  3. Hetuath
  4. Hyrsek Caio
  5. Ilarris Zeleshi
  6. Isuma
  7. Kasatha Skeleton (4)
  8. Kevoth-Kul
  9. Khonnir Baine
  10. Kronsieg Drund
  11. Kul-Inkit
  12. Kulgara
  13. Lrrhech
  14. Mad Paeytr
  15. Marrow
  16. Metweska
  17. Meyanda
  18. Nalakai
  19. Nargin Haruvex
  1. Nemgedder Janz
  2. Ophelia
  3. Ozmyn Zaidow
  4. Paajgat the Flayer
  5. Palace Guard (4)
  6. Pale Security Guard (2)
  7. Prosser
  8. Redfang
  9. Robot, Augmented Gearsman
  10. Robot, Collector
  11. Robot, Evaluator (4)
  12. Robot, Gearsman (2)
  13. Robot, Gearsman Battleguard (2)
  14. Robot, Medical Drone
  15. Robot, Repair Drone
  16. Robot, Riot Suppressor (3)
  17. Robot, Scrapyard (2)
  18. Robot, Surgeon
  1. Robot, Thought Harvester
  2. Robot, W.A.R.D.E.N (2)
  3. Robotic Apprentice (2)
  4. Ropefist Thug (4)
  5. Rust-Risen (3)
  6. Sacristan Kyton (2)
  7. Sanvil Trett
  8. Scrapwall Fanatic (2)
  9. Seerath
  10. Sef
  11. Sevroth Slaid
  12. Sila Desaulis
  13. Skeletal Technician (2)
  14. Technic League Commando (3)
  15. Tek Makul
  16. The Shade
  17. Zagmaander
  18. Zernebeth

Large

  1. Animated Crane
  2. Avkharoon
  3. Binox
  4. Deathtrap Ooze
  5. Draigs
  6. Ghelarn
  1. Haunted Robot
  2. Hellion’s Chassis
  3. Helskarg
  4. Krimox the Thrice-Flensed
  5. Marax (2)
  6. Milstamm
  1. Mutant Manticore
  2. Neh-Thalggu (3)
  3. Rayaldach
  4. Robot, Director (4)
  5. Robot, Heavy Repair Drone (2)
  6. Robot, Myrmidon (2)
  1. Robot, Pulsepounder (2)
  2. Robot, Warden
  3. Unity (Angelic Avatar)
  4. Unity (Overlord Robot)
  5. Yah-Thelgaad
  6. Yangethe (2)

Huge

  1. Bastion
  2. Choek
  1. Colour-Blighted Froghemoth
  2. Feranth
  1. Longdreamer
  2. Mounted Lashunta Guard (3)
  1. Shipmind
  2. Void Dragon

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3/5

Of course you'll have to own Bestiary Box 1-4 plus Monster Codex, NPC Codex & Summon Monster pawn collection for the basic pawns:

Book 1/AP #85:
-There are NO "Fire Beetles" in here, nor in the B1 box OR the "Summon Monster pawn set", but you'll need 3.
-None of the 3 needed "Jinkin Gremlins" are included, nor are they in the B2 box.
-There are only 4 Kasatha skeletons (of 7) in here, but you probably won't need all at once.
-3 Marsupial, Thylacine appear in the adventure, but the B3 box holds only one.
-2 repair drones are needed, one is in the collection.
-1 vegepygmy more would have been nice, but "Vrilledt" can be used as one.

Book 2/AP #86:

-"Hatchet Hand" is missing.
-not a single "smiler" bandit (5 are needed, they appear multiple times).
-no "lobotomites" gunslingers (8 needed),
-2 Dire Rats too few (6 needed).
-2 chokers too few (1 in B1 box).
-2 Poltergeists too few (1 in B2 box).
-No "Acolytes/Clerics of Hellion" (8 needed).
-No Observer Robots (4 needed).
-Only 1 Scrapyard Robot (2 needed).

Book 3/AP #87:
-2 Deformed Androids too few (4 needed).
-1 Hungry Flesh too few (B4 has 1).
-1 Gearsman too few (3 needed).
-1 Hill Giant too few (B1 has 1).
-1 Gearghost too few (B4 has 2).
-1 Achaierai too few (B2 has 1).
-1 Azer too few (B2 has 2).
-2 Belkers too few (B2 has 1).

Book 4/AP #88:
-2 Ogre Spiders too few (you could use a Leng Spider from B2 or the RotR pawns).
-3 Torturer Robots missing.
-4 Guardians of Binox missing.
-2 Shambling Mounds (B1 has 1).
-3 Voonith (B3 has 1).
-3 Ugothokras (7 needed).
-2 Kasatha (4 needed).
-2 Intellect Devourers (4 needed).


Unforgivable!!!

3/5

Where's the Annhilator robot pawns?!
Numeria's most famous robot somehow missed out on getting into the set! Unforgivable!
But the rest of the pawns are all here, and they're all looking fantastic. There's even a whole bunch of artwork that never made it into the AP books. Definitely a steal for any Iron Gods GM.


Iron Gods Pawn Set Brings Robots, Androids & Monsters to Your Campaign!

5/5

The Pathfinder Iron Gods Adventure Path Pawn Collection continues the excellent pawn line from Paizo. This set features the creatures, robots, androids and more that you will need to run your Iron Gods campaign. I am playing through Iron Gods at present and this set has been helpful in finding the proper pawns as needed.

Conversely, if you're not playing Iron Gods, then this set is the perfect way to bring that mad mix of sci-fi and sorcery to your homebrew. The art is gorgeous as always, the card stock is strong and colors are absolutely vivid.

This set makes a great addition to your collection while scratching that sci-fi meets sorcery itch!

Buy it today!


Webstore Gninja Minion

Announced! Cover image and description are not final.


This looks interesting. I'm glad Paizo is putting these previews out a bit early.


So... robots and aliens and such? I dunno. I think this might be the first pawn set that I skip. It doesn't sound like it has much that would be generally useful outside of the AP.


Arikiel wrote:
So... robots and aliens and such? I dunno. I think this might be the first pawn set that I skip. It doesn't sound like it has much that would be generally useful outside of the AP.

I am leaning in the same direction. It would be pretty neat if they had an AP that featured catfolk. Would love some variety in that direction.


I'm pretty excited for this pawn collection, but I guess I'm excited for all of the pawn collections.


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I'm actually looking forward to this one (any chance of a Jade Regent pawns collection)? I'd buy that up in a heart-beat! :)


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I would definitely get the Jade Regent pawns if Paizo made them. I hope they do all the older APs someday.


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Will this contain every mini I need to run the whole adventure?


C.J. Withers wrote:
Will this contain every mini I need to run the whole adventure?

The pawn sets never do - they contain unique monsters - npc's - and such - even with all the bestiary sets you typically don't get every monster or encounter - although with all 4 bestiary boxes it's much better than it was.

I find between the bestiaries and the pawn sets I have most of what I need and make do with substitutions for the others.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook Subscriber

The AP sets are designed to supplement the Bestiary box sets to fill out what you need to run almost all encounters for the AP. If a given figure needed for the AP appears in a Bestiary box, only enough are added to the AP pawn set to meet the needs of the encounter(s) that use that figure. The primary exception is anything larger than size Huge, which no pawn set covers. A side effect (you decide if it's good or bad) is you get a lot of extras for niche creatures. For example, since I have all the pawn sets, I have enough cloud giants to choke a Great Old One. My binders fear the release of the pawn set for the upcoming Giants AP.

Webstore Gninja Minion

Product image and description updated to final.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

There appears to be an error in the description, since I doubt this collection would collect monsters from Pyramid of the Sky Pharaoh.


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DM_aka_Dudemeister wrote:
There appears to be an error in the description, since I doubt this collection would collect monsters from Pyramid of the Sky Pharaoh.

That would be an unexpected endgame twist, though.

Webstore Gninja Minion

Typo fixed!


I tried the Mummy's Mask box and was disappointed to find the exclusion of many of the creatures mentionned in the mini-bestiaries in the adventure. It still looks like the solution for the paper minis is to copy and paste the artwork from the adventure books into a file. I'd be more inclined to pick up minis like the ones done by (Todd Westcot or (Callous Jack).

Besides, we're starting Iron Gods this week. By the time this product's available, we'll be halfway through, and most of the figures won't be needed.

Dark Archive

Disgruntled Warmonger wrote:

I tried the Mummy's Mask box and was disappointed to find the exclusion of many of the creatures mentionned in the mini-bestiaries in the adventure. It still looks like the solution for the paper minis is to copy and paste the artwork from the adventure books into a file. I'd be more inclined to pick up minis like the ones done by (Todd Westcot or (Callous Jack).

Besides, we're starting Iron Gods this week. By the time this product's available, we'll be halfway through, and most of the figures won't be needed.

I agree with you about the date being too late for this.

I know that paizo has to wait for all the artwork to be ready before printing this but that should be the case for some months.

If a Pathfinder battles line containing AP minis comes out i understand it has to sell first but this is not the case.

I would suggest to split the pawns for an AP into 2 parts.
Price it at 11.99 and make it re-sealable and it would be a better product for gamers. :-)

Webstore Gninja Minion

Updated image and description with finals, and added the set list.


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Liz Courts wrote:
Updated image and description with finals, and added the set list.

Hooray! It's my favorite part of the day! When Liz updates the upcoming product descriptions!

SQUEEEE!!! :D :D :D


Cthulhudrew wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Updated image and description with finals, and added the set list.

Hooray! It's my favorite part of the day! When Liz updates the upcoming product descriptions!

SQUEEEE!!! :D :D :D

Mine too!!

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

Why is Val Baine Small? I thought she was human. I don't find any rules in Ultimate Campaign/Young Characters saying young characters are one size category smaller; did I miss the rule, or is this some house rule by the maker of the Iron Gods Pawns?

Scarab Sages

Samy wrote:
Why is Val Baine Small? I thought she was human. I don't find any rules in Ultimate Campaign/Young Characters saying young characters are one size category smaller; did I miss the rule, or is this some house rule by the maker of the Iron Gods Pawns?

Granted, this is for Monster Advancement, but I imagine the same logic applies. The Young template decreases size by one step. Halflings (small) are always likened to being child sized, it makes sense that a 12/13 year old girl would still be in Small range.


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Actually, no, unless they're super petite, my daughter is eleven, short for her age and about 4'6"-ish, halfling size would be around 6-8 years old


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

Val Baine is a Halfling :-)

A rare miss for the pawns

Still an awesome set but yeah Val is too small for how old she looks

Scarab Sages

Again, this is a case of game mechanics differing from rule life. Young = smaller. Adult for humans = 16. Younger than 16 thus equals Small.

It's really not much more complex than that, I'd think. Does it make perfect sense? No, not really, humans generally hit Medium earlier. But it's a game, so Young decreases size. -shrug-

I get why they did it, even if other GMs would rule that Val is Medium (I did in my game).


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

Defending it isn't going to help them fix the issue in the future

Attention Paizo: after age 9 human children are not shorter than 4 feet tall :-)

Community & Digital Content Manager

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Removed a couple posts. Let's not turn a question about character size into an argument about real world issues.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

Thank you and I do love the pawns, even if one is undersized :-)

And in the grand scheme it won't matter, just wanted you guys to be aware of it :-)


So I was prepping pawns for my Iron Gods campaign on Roll20 and realized this set doesn't seem to have the Smilers from book 2 in it, other than Birdfood. Do they come from another pawn set? I looked through the Bestiary and NPC codex sets and didn't see them.


I love this set.


Curious as to who the artist is.

Any chance anyone has any links to images of the artwork contained herein?


Stupid Question,

how do I read the little numbers/symbols on the Cards?


just received it looks amazing BTW.


Pathfinder Card Game, Maps, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Maps, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Lobolusk wrote:

Stupid Question,

how do I read the little numbers/symbols on the Cards?

If you're referring to the markings on the pawns:

  • The "IG" indicates it comes from the Iron Gods pawn collection. You can use this to split pawns out to their individual sets after you've mixed them all together.
  • The number corresponds to the number on the back of the pawn collection cover, which are the same as the numbers in the product description above. You can use this to verify you have all of the pawns, and also to sort them after they've been mixed together with pawns of other sets.
  • The color allows for differentiating between multiple copies of the same pawn. You and your players can make use of this by calling out the pawn color when saying what targets are attacking or being attacked, for example.


skizzerz wrote:
Lobolusk wrote:

Stupid Question,

how do I read the little numbers/symbols on the Cards?

If you're referring to the markings on the pawns:

  • The "IG" indicates it comes from the Iron Gods pawn collection. You can use this to split pawns out to their individual sets after you've mixed them all together.
  • The number corresponds to the number on the back of the pawn collection cover, which are the same as the numbers in the product description above. You can use this to verify you have all of the pawns, and also to sort them after they've been mixed together with pawns of other sets.
  • The color allows for differentiating between multiple copies of the same pawn. You and your players can make use of this by calling out the pawn color when saying what targets are attacking or being attacked, for example.

YESSS Spankyou very much!

Dark Archive

This set contains 182 pawns:

-22 small
-116 medium
-34 large
-10 huge

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