Pathfinder Pawns: Monster Codex Box

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Pathfinder Pawns: Monster Codex Box

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The fiercest surprises often come from the most familiar foes! The hordes of organized and intelligent monsters presented in the Pathfinder RPG Monster Codex come to terrifying life on your tabletop with this box-busting collection of over 200 character pawns to use with the Pathfinder RPG or any tabletop fantasy roleplaying game. Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn contains a beautiful full-color image of a character from the Monster Codex, and slots into a size-appropriate plastic base, making it easy to use in play alongside traditional metal or plastic miniatures. With multiple pawns of the most useful monsters, allowing you to create the encounters from the Monster Codex's encounter groups, the Monster Codex Pawn Box is the best way to ensure you've got the right monsters to push your Pathfinder game to the next level!

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-717-8

Monster Codex Box Set List

Boggards

  1. Boggard (4)
  2. Boggard Abyssal Warrior
  3. Boggard Brute
  4. Boggard Champion (2)
  5. Boggard Farcroaker (2)
  6. Boggard Hunter (2)
  7. Boggard Priest-King
  8. Boggard Prophet
  9. Boggard Savage (2)
  10. Boggard Stalker
  11. Boggard Swampseer
  12. Bogwiggle

Bugbears

  1. Bugbear (2)
  2. Bugbear Ambusher
  3. Bugbear Bloodmage
  4. Bugbear Cultist (2)
  5. Bugbear Flesh Glutton
  6. Bugbear Gnasher
  7. Bugbear Lurker (2)
  8. Bugbear Stalker (2)
  9. Bugbear Tyrant
  10. Frightful Haunter

Drow

  1. Abrakarn Viper
  2. Drow (4)
  3. Drow Demonic Champion
  4. Drow House Captain (4)
  5. Drow House Guard (6)
  6. Drow Master Scout (4)
  7. Drow Matron
  8. Drow Poisoner
  9. Drow Priestess (2)
  10. Drow Scout (2)

Duergar

  1. Dark Spitter Beetle
  2. Duergar (8)
  3. Duergard Bombardier
  4. Duergar Captain
  5. Duergar Hammer (2)
  6. Duergar High Priestess
  7. Duergar Lieutenant (4)
  8. Duergar Taskmaster
  9. Juggernaut Beetle

Fire Giants

  1. Fire Giant (4)
  2. Fire Giant Doombringer
  3. Fire Giant Glaive (2)
  4. Fire Giant King
  5. Fire Giant Lieutenant (2)
  6. Fire Giant Magmablade
  7. Fire Giant Queen
  8. Fire Giant Strongarm (3)
  9. Steam Hog

Frost Giants

  1. Frost Giant (2)
  2. Frost Giant Battle Priestess
  3. Frost Giant Elite Scout (2)
  4. Frost Giant Houndmaster
  5. Frost Giant Hunter
  6. Frost Giant Ice Mage
  7. Frost Giant Jarl
  8. Frost Giant Raider (2)
  9. Svathurim
  10. Winter Wolf (4)

Ghouls

  1. Ancient Gravedigger
  2. Carrion Golem (4)
  3. Corpse Cat
  4. Ghoul (4)
  5. Ghoul Commander
  6. Ghoul Creeper
  7. Ghoul Hound
  8. Ghoul Huntsmaster
  9. Ghoul Monarch
  10. Ghoul Stalker (2)
  11. Masked Murderer
  12. Sootwing Bat

Gnolls

  1. Chosen of Lamashtu
  2. Eye of Lamashtu
  3. Flind
  4. Gnoll (4)
  5. Gnoll Bouda
  6. Gnoll Bruiser (3)
  7. Gnoll Lieutenant
  8. Gnoll Packlord
  9. Gnoll Rageborn
  10. Gnoll Ravager
  11. Gnoll Warden
  12. Hyena (3)

Goblins

  1. Goblin (3)
  2. Goblin Chief
  3. Goblin Commando
  4. Goblin Firestarter (2)
  5. Goblin Frog-Talker
  6. Goblin Outrider (2)
  7. Goblin Sneak (4)
  8. Goblin Stickylord
  9. Goblin Vulture Pilot
  10. Grizzled Rider (3)
  11. Mutant Goblin
  12. Worg (4)

Hobgoblins

  1. Hobgoblin (5)
  2. Hobgoblin Battle Priestess
  3. Hobgoblin Battlefield Zealot
  4. Hobgoblin Bombardier
  5. Hobgoblin Commander
  6. Hobgoblin Forerunner (2)
  7. Hobgoblin Lieutenant (4)
  8. Hobgoblin Paragon
  9. Hobgoblin Sergeant (4)
  10. Yzobu (2)

Kobolds

  1. Kobold (6)
  2. Kobold Battle Master
  3. Kobold Blade (2)
  4. Kobold Bomber (2)
  5. Kobold Chieftain
  6. Kobold Devilspeaker
  7. Kobold Guilecaster
  8. Kobold Master Trapper
  9. Kobold Scalecaster
  10. Kobold Sniper (4)
  11. Kyrana

Lizardfolk

  1. Lizard Scion (2)
  2. Lizardfolk (6)
  3. Lizardfolk Berserker (4)
  4. Lizardfolk Champion
  5. Lizardfolk Clutch Mother
  6. Lizardfolk Rattler
  7. Lizardfolk Sorcerer
  8. Lizardfolk Stalker
  9. Lizardfolk Swamp Lurker
  10. Lizardfolk Vanguard (4)

Ogres

  1. Fiendish Rhinocerous
  2. Ogre (4)
  3. Ogre Boss
  4. Ogre Destroyer
  5. Ogre Hunter
  6. Ogre King
  7. Ogre Mancatcher (3)
  8. Ogre Priestess
  9. Ogre Stalker
  10. Troggle
  11. Wolf

Orcs

  1. Gorthek Rider (2)
  2. Orc (6)
  3. Orc Lieutenant
  4. Orc Mystic
  5. Orc Scout (6)
  6. Orc Sergeant (2)
  7. Orc Thug (6)
  8. Orc War Drummer
  9. Orc Warlord
  10. Orc Witch Doctor

Ratfolk

  1. Kirrix
  2. Ratfolk (6)
  3. Ratfolk Bravo
  4. Ratfolk Caravan Guard (4)
  5. Ratfolk Chemist
  6. Ratfolk Elder
  7. Ratfolk Expedition Leader
  8. Ratfolk Sage
  9. Ratfolk Tinkerer (4)
  10. Ratfolk Warden (2)
  11. Riding Rat (4)

Sahuagin

  1. Feeder in the Depths
  2. Hammerhead Shark (4)
  3. Sahuagin (4)
  4. Sahuagin Baron
  5. Sahuagin Brute (2)
  6. Sahuagin Deep Racer
  7. Sahaugin High Priestess
  8. Sahuagin Lieutenant
  9. Sahuagin Prince
  10. Sahuagin Scout
  11. Sahuagin Underpriestess

Serpentfolk

  1. Advanced Serpentfolk (3)
  2. Degenerate Serpentfolk
  3. Serpentfolk (2)
  4. Serpentfolk Bone Prophet
  5. Serpentfolk High Priest
  6. Serpentfolk Hunter (2)
  7. Serpentfolk Illusionist
  8. Serpentfolk Spellblade
  9. Serpentfolk Spy (2)
  10. Seru

Troglodytes

  1. Giant Monitor Lizard (4)
  2. Slaugrak
  3. Troglodyte (5)
  4. Troglodyte Beast-Speaker
  5. Troglodyte Champion
  6. Troglodyte Chieftain
  7. Troglodyte Priest
  8. Troglodyte Scale-Rider (3)
  9. Troglodyte Skulker (2)
  10. Troglodyte Sorcerer
  11. Troglodyte Tyrant
  12. Troglodyte Warren Guard

Trolls

  1. Sewer Troll
  2. Troll (3)
  3. Troll Acolyte
  4. Troll Brute (2)
  5. Troll Elder Matron
  6. Troll Fury (3)
  7. Troll Monarch
  8. Troll Render
  9. Troll Ripper (3)
  10. Troll Warden (2)

Vampires

  1. Coffin Guard (5)
  2. Englightened Vampire
  3. Shady Minion (5)
  4. Vampire (4)
  5. Vampire Lord
  6. Vampire Savage
  7. Vampire Seducer (2)
  8. Vampire Spawn (5)
  9. Vampire Warrior (4)
  10. Weird Butler

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Excellent Value for Many Games

*****

If you're not familiar with the concept, Paizo's line of pawns for Pathfinder are thick cardboard two-dimensional tokens, with full-colour artwork of a creature printed on both sides. The pawns slot into a base that takes up the same amount of space on a 5' grid as the creature should, so a large-sized creature's token is larger and slots into a large-sized base. The reason this line is so popular is that pawns are an affordable way to amass a practical but handsome-looking collection of monster and NPC tokens. They're easy to use, easy to store, and won't cost the thousands of dollars it would take to amass an equivalent size collection of plastic or metal miniatures.

The Pathfinder Pawns: Monster Codex Box is based on the enormously popular hardcover Monster Codex. In that book, twenty classic races from the Pathfinder RPG were fleshed out and stats were provided for a wide variety of examples of that race: the Core Bestiary has ogres, but the Monster Codex has Ogre Bosses, Ogre Priestesses, Ogre Kings, etc. Accordingly, the pawn set for the book has at least one pawn for every one of those two hundred+ variations, along with multiple tokens for some of the more common ones. To take just one example, the "Gnolls" category is represented by four regular gnoll tokens, three "gnoll bruisers", three hyenas, and then single tokens for 9 other types of gnolls. Each pawn in the set is labelled and numbered for easy sorting, and the back of the box has an index to make things easier. The box includes 20 medium bases and 5 large bases.

If nothing else, the collection is a nice supplement to the pawns presented in the Bestiary pawn collections--it's always helpful to have more tokens of common monsters for larger encounters. But the real value of this particular pawn box is when a GM has a major story arc (or even campaign) that focuses on a particular race of monsters. You don't need ten different variations of an orc if it's just a random wilderness encounter, but if you have PCs invading an orc stronghold, being able to differentiate between "common" orcs, "Orc Sergeants", "Orc Witch Doctors", and the "Orc Warlord" adds a lot to the battlemap. I got this box because I'm running the Rise of the Runelords Adventure Path, and I've been able to make great use of the varieties of Ghouls, Goblins, and Ogres included in the box.

My recommendation would be to scan the list of monster races covered by the Monster Codex, and if you think any of them will have a serious presence in your game, go ahead and pick up this box. The artwork is gorgeous, the variety is excellent, and it's something you can use for any fantasy RPG even if you change games or editions.


Hey Game Masters! Build Your Monster Armies With This Box!!!

*****

The Monster Codex Pawn Box is the perfect set with which to build your monster armies. Get the basics with the first Bestiary Box and then stat it up and pimp out your enemies with this amazing set of monster pawns. You get everything listed in the set description and more as you will strike fear into your players as you load up trays with a never ending flood of villainy!

Buy it today - if you can!


Better than the Bestiary Box

*****

As I've mentioned in other reviews, I have always loved the idea behind the Pathfinder Pawns, but even with a Bestiary Boxes 1 and 2 and a few Adventure Path pawn sets, I didn't really use them that often. Most of the time I stuck to my old minis, for two main reasons:
1) There were hardly any of a lot of the common monsters like kobolds, hobgoblins, and bugbears.
2) There wasn't a great variety of potential PC's.

This box solves problem 1! This is a great set and is absolutely necessary to own. If you only buy one Pawns boxed set, let it be this one. Such a huge variety of the common monster races. I can finally use kobolds in my game! And bugbears and Hobgoblins. It also has some great orcs.

The art is, on average, also larger and easier to see than previous sets. Great job, Paizo.

If you are new to Pathfinder Pawns and don't know where to start, here's what I recommend:

1) Monster Codex
2) NPC Codex
3) Summon Monster
4) Bestiary Box 1

These four will give you a solid base of almost everything you need. Everything else you get after that will add variety and zest to your pawn collection.


Paizo surprised me. Some amazing outside sources.

*****

Received the PDF today. The hardcopy is in transit.

First, for those of you wondering if there is new artwork, the answer to that is yes. I'll get to that in a moment. If you're familiar with the Monster Codex book, you'll be happy to know that ALL of the artwork from the book is included.

Now for the new art (which was the part that surprised me), Paizo included some additional characters in this book from previous books.

* The boggard swampseer - art from one of the previous APs.
* Ghoul - artwork not included in the book. It looks familiar and possibly from an AP.
* Gnoll packlord - this art is from the advanced race guide (I'm pretty sure). Note to Paizo - MORE artwork from the advanced race guide for future pawn sets would be great!
* Hobgoblin - this particular artwork is from the Jade Regent Adventure Path. I'm certain of it.
*Hobgoblin Battlefield zealot - this artwork is from a standard Paizo image I've seen before. Very cool image.
* Orc Lieutenant - I've never seen this one before, but it's probably one of the neatest images in this collection.
* Orc war drummer - image looks like it's from one of the APs.
* Degenerate Serpantfolk - this image is from the Serpent's Skull AP. Very cool image.
* Troglodyte priest -this is the troglodyte image from the Legacy of Fire.
* Troll Warden - this is the cover image for the troll on one of the Reign of Winter Aventure Path books.

***** Special note to Paizo ***** keep including artwork from former APs in your future pawn collections. Also, I'd highly recommend that you include the artwork from Chronicles of the Righteous, the servitors from Inner Sea gods, and the remaining art from Advanced Race Guide. You did a great job with this current collection incorporating old artwork that hadn't been used on pawns. Please keep doing it!


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So far all of the Box pawns have been reprinted, so this will probably be no different. Best to nab the Villain Codex Box while it's fresh though. ;)


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Please reprint!


Please reprint.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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We'll get to it, but between now and November, we've already got the Strange Aeons Pawn Collection, the Heroes & Villains Pawn Collection, the Traps & Treasures Pawn Collection, the Starfinder Core Pawn Collection, the Starfinder Alien Archive Pawn Box, and reprints of the Bestiary Box and the NPC Codex Box.


I also second the reprint of this box. I wish to buy it, but can't seem to find it anywhere... Please Paizo!


I need this!!!!! Please reprint. :)


Just here to join the chorus: please reprint this box!


Uhm guys you did read what Vic just said. It WILL be reprinted just probably not before Thanksgiving (American).


So you all picked up the Villain Codex Box since it's currently available? No need to wait a year for it to sell out and then demand a reprint.


Just hit that "Print" button faster Vic! ;)


Pathfinder Pawns Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Here to support, Pls Reprint! :D


I'm looking forward to the reprint, too.


Yeah I'd definitely buy a reprint. Id also buy a classic AP box without hesitation.


+1

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Starfinder Maps, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

If this was listed for backorder I would purchase and happily wait for it to arrive!

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Sorry, folks—we have determined that the rate of sales for this product combined with the relatively high minimum quantities required to print a boxed product of this nature make reprinting this unfeasible. (In plainer English, if we reprinted it, we wouldn't make our money back anytime soon.) If we ever find a way to reprint it more economically, we'll revisit it.


Pathfinder Maps, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Maps, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Hi Vic

Would it help at all to drop the box and bases and rerelease the pawns in the "collection" format? (I'm presuming the difference in shipping costs to you would be significant).

Or is it solely a matter of rate-of-sales?

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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I had the same thought while I was composing my post yesterday. I’m guessing that the answer is “if we did, we’d have to charge about $44.99 for it, which would look bad compared to the other boxes." But we'll examine the possibility.


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

I'd buy one.

Either with the bases or without.


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Yeah, I honestly don't care about bases either. I've got so many of them already from my other sets.

I really hope you find a way to get these reprinted. I've been waiting months for them to become available.


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Add me to the list of preorders.


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Yeah, all I really need are the sheets of punched, printed images. I have no way of replicating printed cardboard.

Bases are easy to find. And they don't need to come in a storage box, either


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I would preorder, bases not needed either. Would just need to get some to the UK :)


Vic Wertz wrote:
I had the same thought while I was composing my post yesterday. I’m guessing that the answer is “if we did, we’d have to charge about $44.99 for it, which would look bad compared to the other boxes." But we'll examine the possibility.

Instead of repackaging it as a single unit, how about dividing them up by creature type and releasing them as several "collection sized" releases with 8 sheets of pawns? You could sell the heck out of those. Especially an undead collection. I personally have an encounter coming up that requires more than a hundred. A collection like this would be a godsend.


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

I would not get something like that.


That would never happen. Best to buy the sets as released rather than hope for some other odd combination. Pawns sets are all trending to sell out.


Here another one for the list of preorders. I want it badly.


Pathfinder Companion, Pawns Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

I'm surprised this isn't a bigger seller, at least enough to justify another reprint. So far, the only thing I haven't had use for, or expect to use in the near future, are boggards, bugbears, ratfolk, sahaugin, and vampires. And I've only run a few modules and parts of 4 APs.

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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We've determined that reprinting this is unworkable in any form. (The PDF will continue to be available, so there's always the option of printing them at home and gluing them to other pawns...)


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

Thanks for looking into it at least. :-)


This makes me sad face :-( I can live by printing pdf, but the lack of box will really annoy me. Can understand the business though


Vic Wertz wrote:
We've determined that reprinting this is unworkable in any form. (The PDF will continue to be available, so there's always the option of printing them at home and gluing them to other pawns...)

Wow. That is sad. Such a great set of pawns.


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Lesson learned: if you think you'll like a Paizo item, buy it fast.

Liberty's Edge

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If you are in or near the Twin Cities region of Minnesota The Source has a couple on their shelves.


I would also like to see a reprint of this. I know it has been addressed just voicing it. Just starting out and a few extra basic tokens like goblins, orcs, drow, etc., would really help build a pretty versatile starting toolbox of the more familiar fantasy monsters for early adventures.

For now though I guess maybe Beginner's Box is the best for mass goblins?

Shadow Lodge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2010 Top 8

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If you're stuck printing out the pdf, rather than gluing them to other pawns, here's my suggestion:

Grab some chipboard off amazon: Link
(That's the kind I bought, it works well, but there's several options on Amazon, so feel free to shop around)

Grab some full-page label sheets: Link
(Again, that's just the kind I use)

Print the pawn pages onto the sticky labels, stick them on the chipboard, and voila. They won't be quite as nice as the professionally printed pawns from paizo, but they hold up well to casual inspection.

You can also use the same raw materials to make custom pawns out of your own art, or art from the internet. Just use your favorite photo editing software to get your image the right size.


Vic Wertz wrote:
We've determined that reprinting this is unworkable in any form.

Please forgive me for being suspicious but the only reason I think for not reprinting this product is because it makes the rest of your products less useful, which I would understand.. but I can not picture this product not selling well, sorry.

This, by default, should be one of the first boxes a Group/GM should buy.. how come this product has not sell well?

(Yes, I have almost all the other boxes/pawns already in my collection. Some even twice.)

Vic Wertz wrote:
(The PDF will continue to be available, so there's always the option of printing them at home and gluing them to other pawns...)

This is not a professional answer, Mr. Wertz. I could understand you trying to give us a "way out" of this problem. But it hurts. Deeply.

Silver Crusade

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It's that it did not sell well. It's that it didn't sell well enough to warrant an another print run with the same size and with keeping the ROI at the same or similar level. If you can spend money on reprinting a product that will earn you X or a product that will earn you 1/2 X and neither is a core product, you reprint the former.

Vic's answer was fully professional. It's just the fact that you are so emotionally invested in the topic that made his professional answer hurt your feelings. Step back, take a breath, don't treat paper pawns like they were some core element of your existence.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Starfinder Maps, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

As there won't be additional runs of this product are there any guides or tutorials on printing/cutting/gluing Pawns?

I am willing to try this but I would like a hand from the more craft focused community members as my attempts have gone terribly.


If someone around the GTA finds a copy please buy it for me. I'm in Burlington and I'll drive two hours for it provided that no despicable profiteering is going on... :)


If this product will truly not be reprinted, how about printing a new set as part of the ongoing pawn subscriptions that is not a box set, but offers depictions of many of the humanoid monsters and variant poses/subclasses that are generally lacking from the bestiary sets?


Well, that's a bummer. I was waiting for a reprint.


I've been looking for it like crazy. There is actually someone on Illinois selling 5 boxes, search for 'em. Should he be near you.. lucky!

Too bad Spain is too far and it costs up to $150 just in shipment.. u.u

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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Medianoche wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
We've determined that reprinting this is unworkable in any form.
Please forgive me for being suspicious but the only reason I think for not reprinting this product is because it makes the rest of your products less useful, which I would understand.. but I can not picture this product not selling well, sorry.

We consider reprinting all pawn sets that go out of print. When we do, we look at how well they've sold in the months prior to going out of stock, and we use that information to calculate how long it would take us to recoup the costs of reprinting it. In this case, we determined that it would take several years to make our money back. If you don't believe that, consider this: It took a year and a half to sell through the initial print run, and that was with the benefit of initial distribution orders (which are far larger than reorders) and of initial subscription shipments (which we don't get with reprints).


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Vic Wertz wrote:
We consider reprinting all pawn sets that go out of print. When we do, we look at how well they've sold in the months prior to going out of stock, and we use that information to calculate how long it would take us to recoup the costs of reprinting it. In this case, we determined that it would take several years to make our money back. If you don't believe that, consider this: It took a year and a half to sell through the initial print run, and that was with the benefit of initial distribution orders (which are far larger than reorders) and of initial subscription shipments (which we don't get with reprints).

For the record: I love the fact that Paizo is willing to explain business decisions to its customers, and does so without apologizing for the fact that businesses need to make a profit. I learn something each time. Most companies wouldn't bother, and frankly, I wouldn't criticize them for that decision -- it's tiring to have to justify yourself to people who know less about your business than you do.

Thank you for taking the time, and for remaining positive even in the face of negativity.


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Strongly agreed.


Vic Wertz wrote:
We consider reprinting all pawn sets that go out of print. When we do, we look at how well they've sold in the months prior to going out of stock, and we use that information to calculate how long it would take us to recoup the costs of reprinting it. In this case, we determined that it would take several years to make our money back. If you don't believe that, consider this: It took a year and a half to sell through the initial print run, and that was with the benefit of initial distribution orders (which are far larger than reorders) and of initial subscription shipments (which we don't get with reprints).

Thank you for the elaborated explanation, Sir.

All hope is lost now. :(


This is so disappointing...I didn't have the money to buy this when it was still out and now that I have a steady job I can only get the physical copy for around $600 online last I could even find them. I've seen the cost-cutting suggestion of printing without bases, would only printing one side be an option? If anything it could add more use to the pawns to indicate what direction the monster is facing. Idk man, I just want to give Paizo my money!


Pathfinder Companion, Pawns Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Wow, $600? That's absurd.

Liberty's Edge

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Well, on the brighter side, you don't need this exact product to run any module or AP. You can always get more ghouls and goblins and orcs from other products. It's rougher when something like an AP pawns goes OOP, because it's gonna be a pain putting together something that looks like the Scorched Hand from Mummy's Mask from pawns that aren't really them. By and large, this box is just generics instead of specific characters, so if one product had to go OOP, I'd rather it be this.

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