Pathfinder Pawns: Villain Codex Box

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Pathfinder Pawns: Villain Codex Box

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Great heroes are defined by those they strive against, and a story isn't complete without a wicked villain behind it all! The nefarious organizations presented in the Pathfinder RPG Villain Codex come to 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 Villain 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 villains, allowing you to create the encounters from the Villain Codex's encounter groups, the Villain Codex Pawn Box is the best way to ensure you've got the right scoundrels to menace your players and foil their plans!

Hundreds of characters come to life on your tabletop! Each has its own identification number for easy sorting. The Villain Codex Box includes:

Arcane Society

  1. Corrupt Scrivener (3)
  2. Eminent Spellqueen
  3. First Advisor
  1. Grand Caller
  2. High Enchanter
  1. Investigator Wizard (6)
  2. Spell Hunter (2)
  1. Spellmaster
  2. Wicked Orator

Brutal Slavers

  1. Beater
  2. Bludgeoner (2)
  3. Crusher
  1. Dwarven Rager
  2. Enchantress
  3. Experimenter
  1. Guide
  2. Sadistic Healer (4)
  3. Sentinel
  1. Slave Master
  2. Slaver Captain
  3. Tactician (2)

Carnival Troupe

  1. Acrobat (4)
  2. Beast Trainer
  3. Clown
  4. Cockatrice
  1. Constrictor Snake
  2. Firebreather
  3. Fortune-Teller
  4. Geek
  1. Lion (4)
  2. Ningyo
  3. Pickled Punk (2)
  4. Ringmaster
  1. Roustabout (4)
  2. Stage Magician
  3. Stagecrafter
  4. Strongwoman

Corrupt Guard

  1. Chief Detective
  2. Guard Captain
  3. Guard Healer (2)
  1. Guard Mage
  2. Guard Sniper
  3. Guard Spotter (4)
  1. Interrogator
  2. Jailor
  3. Misguided Paladin
  1. Persuader
  2. Reformed Criminal
  3. Shield Warden

Cruel Musketeers

  1. Arcane Musketeer
  2. Baroness
  3. Black-Powder Sage (2)
  1. Bold Captain
  2. Dragoon Marshal
  3. Grim Captain (3)
  1. Holy Shooter
  2. Little Devil (4)
  3. Lord Marshal
  1. Oddfellow (4)
  2. Pistoleer
  3. Sneak Shot (4)

Death Cult

  1. Ascetic Acolyte
  2. Awakened Voice
  3. Bone Bastion
  1. Cutpurse (4)
  2. Death Chanter (2)
  3. Fevered Ravener
  1. Pestilent Messenger (2)
  2. Plague Angel (2)
  3. Plaguebrewer
  1. The Reaper
  2. Silent Needle (2)
  3. Undead Apostle

Demon Knights

  1. Abrikandilu Sunderer (2)
  2. Babau Murderer (4)
  3. Babau Poisoner
  1. Glabrezu Outrider (2)
  2. Marilith Whirlwind (3)
  3. Merciless Balor
  1. Nabasu Tracker
  2. Schir Inductee (6)
  3. Shadowcaster
  1. Succubus Recruiter
  2. Vrock Ritualist

Diabolical Church

  1. Diabolist
  2. Eliminator (2)
  3. Firebrand
  1. Grand Inquisitor
  2. Hellguard (2)
  3. Hellpriest (4)
  1. Hierarch
  2. Infernalist (2)
  3. Infiltrator (2)
  1. Knight Tyrant
  2. Martinet (2)

Fang Monastery

  1. Cruel Instructor
  2. Fang Monastery Ascendant
  3. Fang Monastery Assassin (2)
  4. Fang Monastery Enforcer (6)
  1. Fang Monastery Infiltrator (2)
  2. Fang Monastery Master (2)
  3. Fang Monastery Mystic (2)
  4. Fang Monastery Shadow (2)
  1. Fang Monastery Sniper
  2. Fang Monastery Warden
  3. The First Fang
  4. Harrying Brute
  1. Serpentfolk Illusionist (2)
  2. Seru (3)

Merchant Caravan

  1. Caravan Guard (4)
  2. Caravan Master
  3. Common Swindler
  4. Contraband Smuggler (3)
  1. Corrupt Guild Member
  2. Crooked Retailer
  3. Face
  1. Petty Fence
  2. Ruthless Moneylender (2)
  3. Security Manager
  1. Shoddy Artisan
  2. Snake-Oil Seller
  3. Street Thug (4)

Merry Outlaws

  1. Ambushing Brigand (2)
  2. Deserter (2)
  3. Elite Marauder (3)
  4. Halfling Filcher (2)
  1. Halfling Impostor (2)
  2. Hawk (2)
  3. The Hood
  1. Horse (4)
  2. Merry Minstrel
  3. Outlaw Archer
  1. Outlaw Lieutenant
  2. Rebel Friar
  3. Woodsman Outlaw (2)

Nature's Scourge

  1. Blight Caller
  2. Bog's Embrace
  3. Dinosaur, Deinonychus
  1. Human Hunter
  2. Immolator
  3. Renewer
  1. Tiger (3)
  2. Tracker
  3. Treant (3)
  1. Wild Rager (2)
  2. Wildfire (4)
  3. Wrathbringer

Regal Court

  1. Captain of the Royal Guard
  2. Crafty Courtier (2)
  3. Elven Spy
  1. King
  2. Mistress of High Places
  3. Petitioning Paladin
  1. Prince
  2. Queen
  3. Queen's Champion
  1. Royal Guard (6)
  2. Vizier

Ruthless Brigands

  1. Arcane Artillerist
  2. Bandit (6)
  3. Bawdy Joker
  4. Bombastic Engineer
  1. Crusty Cook
  2. Cunning Quartermaster
  3. Grizzled Healer
  1. Harsh Lieutenant
  2. Mercenary Captain
  3. Mountain Lion
  1. Seasoned Forager
  2. Traitorous Brigand (5)
  3. Witty Jury-Rigger

Savage Marauders

  1. Brutal Hurler
  2. Crimson Lord
  3. Fiend-Born Rager (2)
  1. Frenzied Cutter (4)
  2. Mad Seeress
  3. Rage Mage (2)
  1. Spiked Charger (4)
  2. Trained Dire Wolf Mount (4)
  3. War Singer
  1. War Strider (3)
  2. Wolf Arrow (3)

Scandalous Pirates

  1. Daring Captain
  2. Draugr (6)
  3. Drunken Brute (4)
  1. Ghost Captain
  2. Musket Marauder (2)
  3. Pirate Thug (3)
  1. Sea Witch
  2. Ship's Surgeon
  3. Swaggering Shot (2)
  1. Swift-Talking Scoundrel (2)
  2. Tengu Sneak (3)
  3. Vile Admiral

Secret Society

  1. Bearer (4)
  2. Cad (6)
  3. Caller (3)
  1. Channeler
  2. Grand Dam
  3. Grand Malkin
  1. Great Black Sphynx
  2. High Sire
  1. High Talon
  2. Rake (4)

Sinister Cult

  1. Brutal Warlord
  2. Cautious Hunter (2)
  3. Cult Acquisitionist (2)
  4. Cult Assassin
  1. Cult Cell Leader
  2. Cult Librarian
  3. Cult Mystic
  4. Cult Recruiter
  1. Cult Thug (4)
  2. Daemon, Piscodaemon (2)
  3. Daemonic Agent
  1. Insane Prophet
  2. Noble Scion (2)
  3. Sinister Mastermind

Slayers' Guild

  1. Butcher (4)
  2. Deadeye
  3. Deadly Courtesan
  1. Grandmother of Slayers
  2. Murderer
  3. Operative (2)
  1. Poisonous Performer
  2. Rutterkin (2)
  3. Sharpshooter (2)
  1. Skulk (2)
  2. Spell Hunter
  3. Zen Assassin

Thieves' Guild

  1. Burglar (5)
  2. Chemist
  3. Gambler
  4. Guild Initiate (5)
  1. Guildmaster
  2. Guttersnipe
  3. Master Spy
  4. Mole
  1. Riding Horse (4)
  2. Safecracker
  3. Second-Story Thief
  4. Skulking Brute (5)
  1. Sleuth
  2. Street-Corner Punk (4)
  3. Street Thug (5)
  4. Wiseguy

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-925-7

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Works to build NPC encounters in the streets, in the wild or in the dungeon!

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When I first picked up the NPC Codex, I thought it would be what the Villain Codex would eventually become. Conversely, when I picked up the Villain Codex, I thought it would be what the NPC Codex was. Fortunately, both are great books and I may even prefer the Villain Codex as a GM, as it gives us a great selection of generic NPCs that will pop up in a variety of scenarios.

The Villain Codex Box continues the tradition of pawn quality from Paizo. They are made of sturdy cardstock with gorgeous full color artwork. Inside, you'll see everything from groups of town guards, to crazy carnival freaks, to sinister secret cults and so much more.

This pawn set works best in groups. Just grab the group in total and plop them on the map and you're ready to go! No fuss, no muss and you have all of the corresponding stats at your fingertips inside the Villain Codex.


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Announced for February! Image and description are not final.


WAHHHATT??!! Man you guys keep making me buy these PAWNS... ;)


Nice to see the pawn set coming out so quickly after the book!

Dark Archive

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What we really need is a "BIGGER PAWNS" set!

With Gargantuan and Colossal creatures either as two-sided stand-up pawns, or as 4- or 5-sided "cube" (missing the underside and top or having a different top-view upper side).
The latter would eliminate the need for plastic stands.


Not sure they'd fit in the box if they got them that big Marco...

Silver Crusade

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Also, and I'm being sincere, how often do you use Gargantuan or Colossal creatures?


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Rysky wrote:
Also, and I'm being sincere, how often do you use Gargantuan or Colossal creatures?

Not that often but I have Gargantuan Blue Dragon that I would use as my mascot. :)

Silver Crusade

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Also, and I'm being sincere, how often do you use Gargantuan or Colossal creatures?
Not that often but I have Gargantuan Blue Dragon that I would use as my mascot. :)

Daww.


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Here's my boy! Good boy!

(note not actually mine but one just like it!)

Silver Crusade

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Heh.


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Yep. I keep him out when I need to scare PCs. :p :)

Dark Archive

Rysky wrote:
Also, and I'm being sincere, how often do you use Gargantuan or Colossal creatures?

At low levels (1-6) almost never.

But beginning with middle levels (7-12) they appear a few times.
At high levels (13+) quite a lot.

That is for Gargantuan creatures of course.
Every Adventure Path seems to have at least one.

Silver Crusade

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Thomas Seitz wrote:

Here's my boy! Good boy!

(note not actually mine but one just like it!)

I have to say, I do like Paizo's gargantuan blue dragon way more.

She's less of a brute and does look quite cunning.


Franz,

Yes well this was BEFORE that came out. Trust me, I want that one, Paizo's Red and probably the Black one too.

Dark Archive

So this is supposed to come in february.
That means march should bring the "Strange Aeons" pawns! :-)


March or April, yes I'd say so Marco.

Scarab Sages

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They have a gargantuan plastic miniature for nearly every adventure path; they also include them in the paper miniatures (when they do make these, seems like they're hit or miss).

Since a gargantuan creature appears in each adventure path, and they are part of the game, it makes no sense that they don't include them for the pawns also. I'm sure that if demand were high enough, they would figure out a way to produce them.


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Someone should start a gargantuan pawn set thread if you really want to get one made. It seems like there are space issues with adding gargantuan pawns to every set.

Silver Crusade

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I'd rather just have bases bigger than huge.


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When can we see a list of pawns in this set?


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Marco Massoudi wrote:

What we really need is a "BIGGER PAWNS" set!

With Gargantuan and Colossal creatures either as two-sided stand-up pawns, or as 4- or 5-sided "cube" (missing the underside and top or having a different top-view upper side).
The latter would eliminate the need for plastic stands.

Yes, at this point, there are enough 'huger than Huge' and 'smaller than Small' creatures from Bestiary 1-5, as well as the APs and other sources to bring them together under a combined 'big and small' box.

I'd keep them flat, like all the others, rather than cubes as suggested (saves space, fits in the box better, and matches the currently extant pawns).

From the mid-levels on, we see the use of more and more of the really big critters. But even more importantly (in my opinion) is that we see Tiny and smaller creatures in use from level 1. Sure, there have been a few tiny creatures included as 'small' pawns, but nowhere near all of them. And the few that have been made haven't appeared in 'useful' quantities (such as including 1-2 pawns for creatures that usually appear in packs).

At this point, we could easily make a pawn set equal to a standard Bestiary Box, just for all the collected huger than huge and smaller than small pawns.

Please?


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Brother Fen wrote:
Someone should start a gargantuan pawn set thread if you really want to get one made. It seems like there are space issues with adding gargantuan pawns to every set.

Here it is!

http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2q6jv?Gargantuan-pawns#33

I agree that for size reasons, adding the Gargantuan and Colossal pawns to the regular boxes probably isn't feasible. That's why we need a dedicated box of just the very large and very small stuff!


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HI! I tend to collect most of the pawns, but I have not seen a list of what the pawns are for this set. Could someone put it up when they have the time, PLEASE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME ON THIS! Kevin

Grand Lodge

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The PDF is missing the bottom/back of the box listing the villains, contents, artists, etc.


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kevin bienhoff wrote:
HI! I tend to collect most of the pawns, but I have not seen a list of what the pawns are for this set. Could someone put it up when they have the time, PLEASE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME ON THIS! Kevin

Here is a list I made real quick looking at the PDF:

Spoiler:

1 Corrupt Scrivener (3)
2 Eminent SpellQueen
3 First Advisor
4 Grand Caller
5 High Enchanter
6 Investigator Wizard (6)
7 Spell Hunter (2)
8 Spell Master
9 Wicked Orator
10 Beater
11 Bludgeoner (2)
12 Crusher
13 Dwarven Rager
14 [SMALL} Enchantress
15 Experimenter
16 Guide
17 Sadistic Healer (4)
18 Sentinel
19 Slave Master
20 Slaver Captain
21 [LARGE] Tactician (2)
22 Acrobat (4)
23 Beast Trainer
24 Clown
25 [SMALL] Cockatrice
26 [LARGE] Constrictor Snake
27 Firebreather
28 Fortune-Teller
29 Geek
30 [LARGE] Lion (4)
31 [SMALL] Ningyo
32 [SMALL] Pickled Punk (2)
33 Ringmaster
34 Roustabout (4)
35 Stage Magician
36 Stageccrafter
37 Strongwoman
38 Chief Detective
39 Guard Captain
40 Guard Healer (2)
41 Guard Mage
42 Guard Sniper
43 Guarde Spotter (4)
44 Interrogator
45 Jailor
46 Misguided Paladin
47 Persuader
48 Reformed Criminal
49 Shield Warden
50 Arcane Musketeer
51 Baroness
52 Black-Powder Sage (2)
53 [SMALL] Bold Captain
54 Dragoon Marchal
55 Grim Captain (3)
56 Holy Shooter
57 [SMALL] Little Devil (4)
58 Lord Marshal
59 Oddfellow (4)
60 Pistoleer
61 Sneak Shot (4)
62 Ascetic Acolyte
63 Awakened Voice
64 Bone Bastion
65 Cutpurse (4)
66 Death Chanter (2)
67 Fevered Ravener
68 [LARGE] Pestilent Messenger (2)
69 Plague Angel (2)
70 Plaguebrewer
71 The Reaper
72 Silent Needle (2)
73 Undead Apostle
74 Abrikandilu Sunderer (2)
75 Babau Murderer (4)
76 Babau Poisoner
77 [LARGE] Glabrezu Outrider (2)
78 Marilith Whirlwind (3)
79 Merciless Balor
80 Nabasu Tracker
81 Schir Inductee (6)
82 Shadowcaster
83 Succubus Recruiter
84 Vrock Ritualist
85 Diabolist
86 Eliminator (2)
87 Firebrand
88 Grand Inquisitor
89 Hellguard (2)
90 Hellpriest (4)
91 Hierarch
92 Infernalist (2)
93 Infiltrator (2)
94 Knight Tyrant
95 Martinet (2)
96 Cruel Instructor
97 Fang Monastery Ascendant
98 Fang Monastery Assassin (2)
99 Fang Monastery Enforcer (6)
100 Fang Monastery Infiltrator (2)
101 Fang Monastery Master (2)
102 Fang Monastery Mystic (2)
103 Fang Monastery Shadow (2)
104 Fang Monastery Sniper
105 Fang Monastery Warden
106 The First Fang
107 Harrying Brute
108 Serpentfolk Illusionist (2)
109 [SMALL] Seru (3)
110 Caravan Guard (4)
111 Caravan Master
112 Common Swindler
113 [SMALL] Contraband Smuggler (3)
114 Corrupt Guild Member
115 Crooked Retailer
116 Face
117 Petty Fence
118 Ruthless Moneylender (2)
119 Security Manager
120 Shoddy Artisan
121 Snake-Oil Seller
122 Street Thug (4)
123 Ambushing Brigand (2)
124 Deserter (2)
125 Elite Marauder (3)
126 [SMALL] Halfling Filcher (2)
127 [SMALL] Halfling Impostor (2)
128 [SMALL] Hawk (2)
129 The Hood
130 [LARGE] Horse (4)
131 Merry Minstrel
132 Outlaw Archer
133 Outlaw Lientenant
134 Rebel Friar
135 Woodsman Outlaw (2)
136 [HUGE] Blight Caller
137 [SMALL] Bog’s Embrace
138 Dinosaur, Deinonychus
139 Human Hunter
140 Immolator
141 Renerwer
142 [LARGE] Tiger (3)
143 Tracker
144 [HUGE] Treant (3)
145 Wild Rager (2)
146 Wildfire (4)
147 [SMALL] Wrathbringer
148 Captain of the Royal Guard
149 Crafty Courtier (2)
150 Elven Spy
151 King
152 Mistress of High Places
153 Petitioninig Paladin
154 Prince
155 Queen
156 Queen’s Champion
157 Royal Guard (6)
158 Vizier
159 [SMALL] Arcane Artillerist
160 Bandit (6)
161 Bawdy Joker
162 Bombastic Engineer
163 Crusty Cook
164 Cunning Quartermaster
165 Grizzled Healer
166 Harsh Lientenant
167 Mercenary Captain
168 Mountain Lion
169 Seasoned Forager
170 Traitorous Brigand (5)
171 Witty Jury Rigger
172 Brutal Hurler
173 Crimson Lord
174 [LARGE] Fiend-Born Rager (2)
175 Frenzied Cutter (4)
176 Mad Seeress
177 Rage Mage (2)
178 [LARGE] Spiked Charger (4)
179 [LARGE] Trained Dire Wolf Mount (4)
180 War Singer
181 War Strider (3)
182 Wolf Arrow (3)
183 Daring Captain
184 Draugr (6)
185 Drunken Brute (4)
186 Ghost Captain
187 Musket Marauder (2)
188 Pirate Thug (3)
189 Sea Witch
190 Ship’s Surgeon
191 Swaggering Shot (2)
192 Swift-Talking Scoundrel (2)
193 Tengu Sneak (3)
194 Vile Admiral
195 Bearer (4)
196 CAD (6)
197 Caller (3)
198 Channeler
199 [SMALL] Grand Dam
200 [LARGE] Grand Malkin
201 [LARGE] Great Black Sphinx
202 High Sire
203 High Talon
204 Rake (4)
205 Brutal Warlord
206 Cautious Hunter (2)
207 Cult Acquisitonist (2)
208 Cult Assasin
209 Cult Cell Leader
210 Cult Librarian
211 Cult Mystic
212 Cult Recruiter
213 Cult Thug (4)
214 Daemon, Piscodaemon (2)
215 Daemon Agent
216 Insane Prophet
217 Noble Scion (2)
218 Sinister Mastermind
219 Butcher (4)
220 Deadeye
221 Deadly Courtesan
222 Grandmother of Slayers
223 Murderer
224 Operative (2)
225 Poisonous Performer
226 [SMALL] Rutterkin (2)
227 Sharpshooter (2)
228 Skulk (2)
229 Spellhunter
230 Zen Assassin
231 Burglar (5)
232 Chemist
233 Gambler
234 Guild Initiate (5)
235 Guild Master
236 [SMALL] Guttersnipe
237 Master Spy
238 Mole
239 [LARGE] Riding Horse (4)
240 Safecracker
241 Second-Story Thief
242 Skulking Brute (5)
243 Sleuth
244 Street-Corner Punk (4)
245 Street Thug (5)
246 Wiseguy

Hope it helps! I was a little tired when I wrote it so I apologize if there are any mistakes!


Thanks, Foster!


What does the Hellguard look like?


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Axial wrote:
What does the Hellguard look like?

If you have the Villain codex it looks a lot like The Hierarch except its armor is mostly red and it doesn't have a shield.

I think you can google the Hierarch to see what that looks like if you don't have the book.

Scarab Sages

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Foster Hamesby wrote:

Here is a list I made real quick looking at the PDF:

** spoiler omitted **...

Looks like they are grouped by faction.

Spoiler:

ARCANE SOCIETY
BRUTAL SLAVERS
CARNIVAL TROUPE
CORRUPT GUARD
CRUEL MUSKETEERS
DEATH CULT
DEMON KNIGHTS
DIABOLICAL CHURCH
FANG MONASTERY
MERCHANT CARAVAN
MERRY OUTLAWS
NATURE’S SCOURGE
REGAL COURT
RUTHLESS BRIGANDS
SAVAGE MARAUDERS
SCANDALOUS PIRATES
SECRET SOCIETY
SINISTER CULT
SLAYERS’ GUILD
THIEVES’ GUILD


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Charles Scholz wrote:
Foster Hamesby wrote:

Here is a list I made real quick looking at the PDF:

** spoiler omitted **...

Looks like they are grouped by faction.

** spoiler omitted **

You are correct. My box arrived recently so I took a picture of the back of the box for anyone who's interested in it.

Back of Pawns Box


Foster Hamesby wrote:
Here is a list I made real quick looking at the PDF:

Thanks Foster! Makes it easy to add to my filterable spreadsheet.


Mostly Medium pawns, right? How many of other sizes?


Where is the list of the pawns in the box as there is with all the other boxes?


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Uh, read the post by Foster Jamesby just above.


Moar!!!

Scarab Sages

Paizo Superscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber
Adrian Cornish wrote:
Where is the list of the pawns in the box as there is with all the other boxes?
taks wrote:
Uh, read the post by Foster Jamesby just above.

I think he means where is the list in the product description.

Sometimes those don't show up for a few weeks. Give it some time.


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I know that, but even the post before that one was answered by the image.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

We're all lazy, quite frankly. ;)

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I would like to congratulate Paizo on getting nominated for this product. Hopefully next year, you will get nominated for much more.

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