Pathfinder Battles—Rusty Dragon Inn: Quivering Cube

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Featuring friends and foes from the world of Golarion, the Rusty Dragon Inn expansion introduces 51 unique figures for your Pathfinder Battles miniatures campaign.

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I feel like the gelatinous cube has been overdone at this point. I have at least four variations of this square-shaped ooze and that is three too many. The shape of the cube is good. I like that it isn't perfectly cubed, which gives it the quivering feel. The heap of whatever is supposed to be inside is a fail though. The cube is not transparent enough to make up what it is, but it isn't worth seeing anyway.

can hold a small or short medium after mod.


easy enough to crack with a thin steel ruler without damaging the sculpt.
Valeros of the iconics set just about fits, but the cube needs polishing inside and outside for better view.
Will then get some small magnets to hold the base.



This is not the kind of mini i'm too thrilled to pull from a booster (you don't use these alot) but, i like it. Like another reviewer said, a tad fragile, mine is a bit cracked on the top...

A bit too small. But it is very, very cool looking...


**Special Note For Anyone Using My Review**
1. I review individual miniatures based on their quality, not what I think their rarity slot should be.

I've seen a couple reviews that, after praising a piece with a solid sculpt and paint job, knock down the rating a couple stars seemingly because they feel it would fit a better rarity slot. That is nonsense to me. I don't think it helps anyone looking at reviews trying to determine the actual quality of a piece in hand. I keep that type of conversation reserved for Erik's weekly Friday Preview blog or the review of the set as a whole.

2. For those new to pre-painted miniatures, please understand that no piece is going to look as close to quality as the digital 3D render. It just isn't going to happen. Think of the renders as what to expect conceptually. But in practice digital renders don't have to deal with real world techniques such as shading, washing, and other methods used to make a miniature look more than just a shiny cartoon once it is on the table. **

My Official Grade For Quivering Cube:

Quality of Sculpt: 1 out of 2 Stars:
This has been excellently reviewed by others, so I'll keep this short. The sculpt is great. I especially love how it appears to be moving. Still, I agree that it's slightly too small. Normally I don't worry too much about exact measurements, but this one sort of bugs me, what with it being so iconic. While technically these Cubes can start to shrink if it goes too long without organic material to consume, that doesn't apply here; the bones and other goodies in his center show it isn't starving yet.

Quality of Paint Job: 2 out of 2 Stars:
I like the darkness of this guy. He's translucent enough to see what's inside, but not so much that you see it all on first glance.

Overall appeal and usefulness: 1 out of 1 Star:
I like this piece better than the old WOTC-made Gelatinous Cube. It looks great and the stuff trapped inside is great. I don't have a problem with it not being made as a piece you can open, but I understand how others might.

My Advice For Cherry Pickers:
Do you want a reasonably priced Cube? You'd better pick this one up. The old D&D version is close to $50 on some third party sites.

However, there is another Cube out there that I like better. It's really clear and heavy, and sold separately. I think one of the guys that posts on this site sells them. If you can only have one, buy one of his. It doesn't have a base, but it is slightly bigger.

For those who wish their Cubes opened, my guess is the Gelatinous Cube that D&D inevitably puts out through Wizkids is a better bet.

It's J E L L O!


I like this mini but I don't love it. Maybe I got a bum deal, but mine is a little hard to see through. The Ochre Jelly miniature was much more translucent and I could see the goodies inside better, whereas this one is much harder to see. Still, it's a nifty piece and I'll echo others and say I'd have liked it if it could open and was big enough to stick someone in there and trap them!

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