Pathfinder Battles—Dungeons Deep

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Dungeons Deep is the latest 51-figure set release in the award-winning Pathfinder Battles line of miniatures from Paizo Inc. and WizKids Games! Dungeons Deep features friends and foes from the world of Golarion, and is sure to please Pathfinder fans new and veteran alike!

Pathfinder Battles: Dungeons Deep miniatures come in two product configurations, the Standard Booster and the Standard Booster 8 Ct. Brick.

  • FOUR-FIGURE BOOSTERS! Pathfinder Battles: Dungeons Deep Standard Boosters contain 1 Large figure and 3 Medium or Small figures
  • Pathfinder Battles: Dungeons Deep Standard Bricks contain 8 Standard Boosters (32 figures total)
  • Pathfinder Battles: Dungeons Deep Standard Cases contain 4 Standard Bricks (32 Standard Boosters, 128 figures total)
Purchasers should get no to very few duplicate figures in a brick. Buyers who purchase factory-sealed cases should get a nearly complete set of figures. (As with any randomized product, collation is not guaranteed.)

Note: This product is part of the Pathfinder Battles Case Subscription.

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Getting Better!

5/5

I thought the last couple of sets were good, but not amazing. This set improves on some issues seen recently. The faces are getting better, but still a little room for improvement. Dungeon dressing is a great addition. 4.5/5 stars!

My son and I posted an unboxing video of our 2 bricks where you can see the actual miniatures in-hand.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOLebEpeKV4


Last of the Best

5/5

This line has gotten increasingly good in terms of quality & content, and this set is the pinnacle of that trend.

It's a shame that the production quality descends with the next, Rusty Dragon Inn, set, especially since the quality of the content continues to improve.


The best set yet!

5/5

Of 50 minis i rated:
1 star: 1 mini (the large Griffon),
2 stars: 6 minis,
3 stars: 14 minis,
4 stars: 15 minis,
5 stars: 14 minis!

THE GOOD:
I like the animals (bat and dino), the 4 Gnolls, the vermin, the basic larges (Dire Boar, Dire Bat, Emperor Cobra, Teror Bird) and i love the 3 Lovecraft mythos creatures!

THE BAD:
Clockwork Golem, Daughter of Urgathoa and Paladin of Abadar.

THE UGLY:
Griffon


Surely they can't ALL be "the best set we've done to date..."?

5/5

Well, this one is. Plus it had to get over my bias against dungeon dressing (so count this as a five star rating from a minus one star start).

Wizkids and Paizo have done their typical, stellar job of rarity determination and collation. I got at least one of every figure in my case and ended up with multiples of the things I need multiples of and single copies of those that tend to come in ones.

I was struck by the colour scheme. Typically, I find PFBattles figures to be a little too bright and cartoony. These were much more to my taste. I had zero issues with any paint jobs - melty faced or otherwise (though I confess I'm a little less fussy than most, in that regard).

I really wish the dungeon dressing was in its own line of products (a la the iconics line) as I feel they're sufficiently different from "regular" figures to warrant separation. As it is, I find a niggling part of my brain resenting the fact that I subsidised the production of these when I COULD have been subsidising another half dozen rare monster sculpts.

Despite that one negative, the quality of this set demands a five star rating. This is right up there as one of my all time favourite cases from any miniatures manufacturer.


Wizards Beware

5/5

I can't afford a case so got a brick. Excellent sculpts and paint jobs on these. The goblin archer is a joy, as is the mouther monster. The bone golem is awesome, having real presence on the table. Lucky enough to get a chest and a mimic yay! A bit miffed to get 2 Yithians in one brick. My griffin somehow reminds me of The Muppet Show eagle, is that just me? Love it anyway. These are streets ahead of the Icons of the Realms Wizards brick I picked up a while back - better quality all round. I'll be sticking to Pathfinder prepainted minis from here on in. Well done Paizo for insisting on quality.


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Well, this looks awesome and needed to round out my collection.

Is the an ETA on this?

-Doomn


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June.

Scarab Sages

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Erik said June in his blog last Friday.

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What is the likelihood that this will be available at PaizoCon?


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PaizoCon's at the end of May, right? Probably not great.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Yeah, too early to call, but probably not.


Any pics available anywhere?


Paizoblog shows a collection of preview images each Friday. You can go through the backlog or Pathfinderminis.com which is a fan compilation site.


Thanks!


Alex Smith 908 wrote:
... or Pathfinderminis.com which is a fan compilation site.

Or if you go to his main site, www.minisgallery.com you will see he not only has Pathfinder galleries but several other PPM lines as well.


I want that Dire Boar!


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I am so happy to see some Dungeon Items inside the Case, i don't know why but i totally love the Chest and the Brazier

Scarab Sages

For once, I'm actually considering ordering a case.


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I notice some of the items like the chest, brazier, iron maiden, sarcophagus are labeled as being "very rare". I really hope that paizo isn't going to start doing the same stupid thing that Dungeons and Dragons is doing where a case only contains half of the very rare items and case buyers are forced to buy the other half of the very rares as overly high priced singles. I see no reasoning in this very rare system other than monetary greed. The D&D invisible ones are annoying because they are from the same mold as the painted ones, they just don't bother painting them and then charge around $15 each, insane. I hope I'm wrong and Paizo isn't going to do the same thing, when I buy a $300 case of little plastic people I expect to get at least one of every miniature in the series. I think it is strange that something that you need several of like chests is very rare and other things you don't need many of like walking hands are common. Please let me be wrong, I will lose so much respect for Paizo if they start that very rare, you only get half crap that D&D does.


Very rare is used for dungeon dressing because they are an experimental minis most people won't want. If everyone wants them they will likely be moved into a separate line or normal rarities.


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I'm afraid I'll have to disagree with you about "most people won't want.". Looking at these minis that are labeled very rare, I find them quite useful and desirable and I think many others will as well. Regardless of which of our opinions is correct is missing the point of my concern though. Whether they are experimental or not, my concern is, will they all be available in a single case or will we have to separately by singles of them to get them all and most likely at an inflated price, like we have to with the D&D very rare invisible minis? I would hate for that to be a trend for Paizo to follow after seeing D&D do it. I know Paizo and D&D enjoy copying one another, but this is an annoying and greedy trend that I hope Paizo avoids like a rust monster infestation in an armory.


I get your concern but just as many people were complaining about the dungeon dressings being a wasted mini slot. Many people claim to no like the idea of non-monsters being in the minis set at all. Similar minis (non-creature objects) went over very poorly in DDM, but very well in heroscape. Hence why I assume they're feeling out the water now.


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Somewhere in the blogs or a post to the blogs one of the Paizo folk was saying they intend a case to have 8 of the 6 dungeon dressing figures. So a full set plus two duplicates in a normal case distribution. The ultra rare status is to keep the set full figured as far as the usual figures. The dungeon dressings are currently an experiment, and while the reaction so far seems positive we will have to wait for the product in hand to see just how well this experiment is received. The ultra rare status also allows more leeway in sculpt and paint details. Hence things like a three part dungeon dressing.

Personally, I am very excited for these new figures. My hopes are that in the future we can get more common dungeon dressings figures in new sets. More chests on small, medium, and large bases. I think this experiment will go over well in the end, but we just don't know yet.


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SenahBirdR, that sounds like great news, 8 of 6 sounds fair without upsetting those that don't like these kind of minis. Very glad that Paizo isn't pulling the same trick that D&D is with their very rare minis. I hope they are well received because I really like most of the very rare dungeon dressing minis. I wish I was better at navigating Paizo's blogs and message boards that already have this info, but I'm overwhelmed by the amount of info to sort through. Thanks for letting me know.


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Here's the blog where the new distribution was discussed.

And here Vic confirms that the goal is still to have a full set per case.

One useful way to navigate the blogs in looking for information like this is to go to the licensed products - miniatures subforum, find the most recent blog post (they're usually out late on Friday, Seattle time, though not every week - irrespective, the latest blog is generally right at the top of the subforum) and then use the "tags" at the end of the blog but before the comments section. Following the "dungeons deep" tag gives you all the relevant blogs in order from newest to oldest and it's pretty quick to zip through looking for this kind of announcement.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

I don't know who's calling them "very rare," but we aren't, and WizKids isn't. As we've said, there are two rarities of dungeon dressing—approximately 1 per case and approximately 2 per case—making them pretty equivalent to regular rares. It's true that you're not getting one in every booster (since there are only a few of them in the set), but you also don't get a large rare in every pack, and nobody calls large rares "very rare."


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Vic Wertz wrote:
I don't know who's calling them "very rare," but we aren't, and WizKids isn't. As we've said, there are two rarities of dungeon dressing—approximately 1 per case and approximately 2 per case—making them pretty equivalent to regular rares. It's true that you're not getting one in every booster (since there are only a few of them in the set), but you also don't get a large rare in every pack, and nobody calls large rares "very rare."

This where I was getting it, I know it isn't official, but they are normally accurate. My concern as a case subscriber was getting a complete set with my case. It has been explained to me that we will get all of them, so my worries are subdued. http://www.pathfinderminis.com/gallery19.htm


Vic Wertz wrote:
I don't know who's calling them "very rare," but we aren't, and WizKids isn't. As we've said, there are two rarities of dungeon dressing—approximately 1 per case and approximately 2 per case—making them pretty equivalent to regular rares. It's true that you're not getting one in every booster (since there are only a few of them in the set), but you also don't get a large rare in every pack, and nobody calls large rares "very rare."

Vic, I think Kor has them as very rare in his gallery so they would be different from the rare figures. I don't think he meant to cause any concern by using that name. I am sure he would say so himself if he saw this.


It seems like I am the source of some confusion here :)

I struggled for awhile trying to figure out the best term for the rarity of the dungeon items. I changed the names a couple times. They certainly are not ultra rares like the invisible D&D minis -- thankfully I might add.

I don't feel that calling them "rare" would be correct either, since only 1 out 2 boosters is going to have one.

For case buyers, they will get at least 2 duplicates of the 6 dungeon items so they are most certainly not "ultra rare".

I was going to just call them "dungeon rares", but I wanted a more generic term. Finally, I settled with very rare, since it seemed like a good middle ground between "rare" and "ultra rare".

When I think more about this now, without working out the math, I believe in fact they would be between an "uncommon" and a "rare". Here's my rational: I suspect these will be taking the place of a rare mini in a booster... however in a case you should only get 1 of each rare, where-as with these you will get 2 duplicates.

So perhaps their proper category should be "semi-rare"? But then does only getting 1 per every 2 boosters make these more rare than a semi-rare? Although, if they do not take the spot of a rare, then its too big of a variable for me to determine, so breaking the math out on this would be difficult. I think it was about at this point last time, I started to feel a headache coming on, so I just went with "very rare" :)

Because the frequency of these 6 dungeon dressing minis will be different than the other rares, I find it hard in the truest sense of accuracy to call them "rares". In that same sense though, "very rare" may also not be accurate.

I think I am just going to change them back to "dungeon rares", unless someone else can suggest a better name? Please feel free to make any suggestions.


I do like the idea of the dungeon dressings being in the set. That said, a large portion of the figures just don't excite me -- while they look nice and I can appreciate that many people may be into them, they aren't something that myself or my group tends to use. I'm looking at about 10 figures outside of the dressing minis that I want. That isn't enough for me to look into a case unfortunately. Hopefully the next set will have more of what I'm looking for. Still, from the pictures they look interesting and well done.


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Kor - Orc Scrollkeeper wrote:

It seems like I am the source of some confusion here :)

I struggled for awhile trying to figure out the best term for the rarity of the dungeon items. I changed the names a couple times. They certainly are not ultra rares like the invisible D&D minis -- thankfully I might add.

I don't feel that calling them "rare" would be correct either, since only 1 out 2 boosters is going to have one.

For case buyers, they will get at least 2 duplicates of the 6 dungeon items so they are most certainly not "ultra rare".

I was going to just call them "dungeon rares", but I wanted a more generic term. Finally, I settled with very rare, since it seemed like a good middle ground between "rare" and "ultra rare".

When I think more about this now, without working out the math, I believe in fact they would be between an "uncommon" and a "rare". Here's my rational: I suspect these will be taking the place of a rare mini in a booster... however in a case you should only get 1 of each rare, where-as with these you will get 2 duplicates.

So perhaps their proper category should be "semi-rare"? But then does only getting 1 per every 2 boosters make these more rare than a semi-rare? Although, if they do not take the spot of a rare, then its too big of a variable for me to determine, so breaking the matho out on this would be difficult. I think it was about at this point last time, I started to feel a headache coming on, so I just went with "very rare" :)

Because the frequency of these 6 dungeon dressing minis will be different than the other rares, I find it hard in the truest sense of accuracy to call them "rares". In that same sense though, "very rare" may also not be accurate.

I think I am just going to change them back to "dungeon rares", unless someone else can suggest a better name? Please feel free to make any suggestions.

Personally, I dont think it matters much since for a casual buyer I suspect the difference in distribution is going to be invisible (and irrelevant to their purchase decision).

I'd just go for rare* or something (with an explanatory note at the bottom of the page). "Dungeon rare" sounds more to me like it's a different type of figure of the same rarity. As I said though, I dont think it's going to have much of an impact on anyone, given how similar it is to the 'usual' rare distribution.


Since I am still at a loss for what the best fitting rarity label should be for the dungeon dressing miniatures, I've decided not to make the decision. I have started a poll. At the end of 2 weeks, I will go with the favored term of the fans.

Please vote on your preferred rarity term. If you have another one you would like to suggest, you can type it into the "Other" field.

Pathfinder Battles - Dungeon Dressing Rarity Label Poll

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Alex Smith 908 wrote:
I get your concern but just as many people were complaining about the dungeon dressings being a wasted mini slot. Many people claim to no like the idea of non-monsters being in the minis set at all. Similar minis (non-creature objects) went over very poorly in DDM, but very well in heroscape. Hence why I assume they're feeling out the water now.

Not a problem. Anyone out there that doesn't want their 'wasted' mini slots I'll trade you half a dozen of the crap we'll get too many of like giant hands.

Liberty's Edge

Did I miss the complete list of miniatures for this set or has it not come out yet?


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Edenwaith wrote:
Alex Smith 908 wrote:
I get your concern but just as many people were complaining about the dungeon dressings being a wasted mini slot. Many people claim to no like the idea of non-monsters being in the minis set at all. Similar minis (non-creature objects) went over very poorly in DDM, but very well in heroscape. Hence why I assume they're feeling out the water now.
Not a problem. Anyone out there that doesn't want their 'wasted' mini slots I'll trade you half a dozen of the crap we'll get too many of like giant hands.

It's not like the dungeon dressing is replacing half a dozen common figures - they're rares, so what we're missing out on is probably a half dozen rare monsters.

Also, your solution doesn't take into account shipping costs.

Scarab Sages

I shall state again - the more I see of this set, the more I'm considering (very much so) ordering a case.

Is there a set date by which one should pre-order a case?


Irranshalee wrote:
Did I miss the complete list of miniatures for this set or has it not come out yet?

It's close to being all out, but not quite yet. The pathfinder sets are previewed 2-4 per week leading up to release.


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Dumb question maybe, but I need a reminder. I have the battles case subscription. Do I need to explicitly order the Gargantuan Red Dragon, or will it be included automagically?

Shadow Lodge

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

Asked that question myself recently. The incentive will be added to your sub when the order spawns apparently.


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Cool, thanks.

Shadow Lodge

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Steve Geddes wrote:
Edenwaith wrote:
Alex Smith 908 wrote:
I get your concern but just as many people were complaining about the dungeon dressings being a wasted mini slot. Many people claim to no like the idea of non-monsters being in the minis set at all. Similar minis (non-creature objects) went over very poorly in DDM, but very well in heroscape. Hence why I assume they're feeling out the water now.
Not a problem. Anyone out there that doesn't want their 'wasted' mini slots I'll trade you half a dozen of the crap we'll get too many of like giant hands.

It's not like the dungeon dressing is replacing half a dozen common figures - they're rares, so what we're missing out on is probably a half dozen rare monsters.

Also, your solution doesn't take into account shipping costs.

Actually I kind of suspect they'll replace 8 uncommon and common miniatures. Since they're still trying to grant a complete set in a case I imagine the rares will be distributed as they were in the previous two sets. If you pluck out 8 rares from the case there is very little chance you could redistribute the rares to allow for a full set per case.

I would also like to reinforce the point that these are not reducing the variety of minis/monsters in the set, they are in addition to what we would normally get, a bonus if you will. As such they are a great idea.

Can anyone also confirm the presence of the super boosters still? Will we still be getting Irovetti and Feiya in special boosters in each case?


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Cat-thulhu wrote:
Steve Geddes wrote:
It's not like the dungeon dressing is replacing half a dozen common figures - they're rares, so what we're missing out on is probably a half dozen rare monsters.
Actually I kind of suspect they'll replace 8 uncommon and common miniatures. Since they're still trying to grant a complete set in a case I imagine the rares will be distributed as they were in the previous two sets. If you pluck out 8 rares from the case there is very little chance you could redistribute the rares to allow for a full set per case.

According to Vic:

"I don't know who's calling them "very rare," but we aren't, and WizKids isn't. As we've said, there are two rarities of dungeon dressing—approximately 1 per case and approximately 2 per case—making them pretty equivalent to regular rares."

That's what I was going on. In terms of 'missing out' on half a dozen rares I was referring to the opportunity cost:

Quote:
I would also like to reinforce the point that these are not reducing the variety of minis/monsters in the set, they are in addition to what we would normally get, a bonus if you will. As such they are a great idea.

They are using up half a dozen of the 51 available sculpts. It's true that has increased from more recent sets, but they could be half a dozen more monsters of equal complexity to the dungeon dressing - there's always an opportunity cost.

It seems pretty clear that the 'pro' crowd is more numerous than the 'anti' crowd, but it's not like I'm complaining for nothing - it's not a zero cost decision. It's just a cost that most seem happy to pay.

Liberty's Edge

Anyone interested in splitting a case?

Scarab Sages

Finally went ahead and ordered a case and the red dragon. I look forward to it.

Shadow Lodge

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Quick question, probably for you Vic. I would like to get 2 cases, I'm a subscriber, but if both ship I will end up over the allowable limit for not paying import duties. If I leave my sub at one, then later order a second, will I get it at the discounted subscriber rate? Does my question even make sense?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

The answer is that your first case would come with the "fulfilled as part of a subscription" benefits, which include a 30% discount from MSRP and the ability to purchase 1 associated case incentive at 75% off.

Because one of the subscriber benefits is 30% off other minis, you'd be able to buy that second case at 30% off, but because that case is not fulfilled as part of your sub, it wouldn't grant you the ability to order another case incentive at 75% off—just with the regular 30% "other minis" discount.

Dark Archive

It seems that the release date is june 15th.

Can we get a booster image?

Thx.


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Cat-thulhu wrote:
Quick question, probably for you Vic. I would like to get 2 cases, I'm a subscriber, but if both ship I will end up over the allowable limit for not paying import duties. If I leave my sub at one, then later order a second, will I get it at the discounted subscriber rate? Does my question even make sense?

I don't know if this counts as "dodgy" or not. But another strategy would be to subscribe (to one set, as you are currently) and wait until it has shipped - I'd even wait until you'd received it. Then ring CS and add a second subscription, commencing with dungeons deep and shipping as soon as possible.

From past experience, if you have two or even more subscriptions (as opposed to a subscription plus an order) you get the subscriber perks multiple times.

Just make sure to hover over your inbox whilst the second sub is generated or you might end up with three cases and promos (plus a customs and GST bill)... :o

Shadow Lodge

Since a bunch of us here are going in for a case to split, we're wondering if there is a set list / rarity list that'll be out sometime soon? We try to draft by getting everyone at least a few of their top-5 favorites before we start doing round-robin style, and the set/rarity list *really* helps. Thanks very much!


CanisDirus wrote:
Since a bunch of us here are going in for a case to split, we're wondering if there is a set list / rarity list that'll be out sometime soon? We try to draft by getting everyone at least a few of their top-5 favorites before we start doing round-robin style, and the set/rarity list *really* helps. Thanks very much!

I find the best way to get a list before the release is to make your own based on the previews. Otherwise lists come out about the time of release. :-)


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There's a list with rarities collated here as the minis are revealed.

Shadow Lodge

Joana wrote:
There's a list with rarities collated here as the minis are revealed.

I love that site and use it all the time, but they don't have any more inside info on rarity than we do here (every set since Reign of Winter the actual rarity was different than what was on that site the same day of the release).

Thanks though!


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CanisDirus wrote:

I love that site and use it all the time, but they don't have any more inside info on rarity than we do here (every set since Reign of Winter the actual rarity was different than what was on that site the same day of the release).

Thanks though!

He tries his best, but as I said above, the only info that we all have is what is told us in the previews, until the set is released of course. Once it is released they make a list available. It has been that way sense the beginning of the line.

Shadow Lodge

danielc wrote:
CanisDirus wrote:

I love that site and use it all the time, but they don't have any more inside info on rarity than we do here (every set since Reign of Winter the actual rarity was different than what was on that site the same day of the release).

Thanks though!

He tries his best, but as I said above, the only info that we all have is what is told us in the previews, until the set is released of course. Once it is released they make a list available. It has been that way sense the beginning of the line.

Agreed, and his site is really, really great - but that's why I was asking, i.e. hoping for Erik (or someone else in the know) to maybe post one :D

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CanisDirus wrote:
danielc wrote:
CanisDirus wrote:

I love that site and use it all the time, but they don't have any more inside info on rarity than we do here (every set since Reign of Winter the actual rarity was different than what was on that site the same day of the release).

Thanks though!

He tries his best, but as I said above, the only info that we all have is what is told us in the previews, until the set is released of course. Once it is released they make a list available. It has been that way sense the beginning of the line.
Agreed, and his site is really, really great - but that's why I was asking, i.e. hoping for Erik (or someone else in the know) to maybe post one :D

Sadly one! mini is still unrevealed and so far Eric has not posted a preview today...

But what really bugs me is - NO BOOSTER IMAGE!!!

How shall i know what to look for? ;-)

Come on Eric, give us some sugar!

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