Starfinder Core Rulebook Pawn Collection

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Starfinder Core Rulebook Pawn Collection

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Open the shuttle bay doors and bring your science fantasy adventures to life with this beautiful pawn collection, designed for use with the Starfinder Roleplaying Game or any tabletop roleplaying game! Within the Starfinder Core Rulebook Pawn Collection, you'll find 100 unique creature pawns, including members of all core races and classes, perfect for representing your next character or deadly foes, as well as bizarre alien monsters to aid or challenge your players. In addition, you'll also find 15 unique starship models from the Starfinder Core Rulebook to help you better track the laser-filled chaos of space battles. Best of all, this set contains multiples of most pawns, so your heroes will always be able to face off against a horde of space goblins and security robots or blast their way through a fleet of warships! Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn slots into a size-appropriate plastic base from the Starfinder Pawns Base Assortment, making them easy to mix with traditional metal or plastic miniatures. The Starfinder Core Rulebook Pawn Collection is the best way to ensure you've got the perfect character for every Starfinder Roleplaying Game encounter!

The Starfinder Core Rulebook Pawn Collection includes pawns suitable for representing player characters, allies and enemies, starships, mechanic drones, aliens, and more! While creature pawns are broken out by base size, all starship pawns use Medium bases, from the tiniest fighter to the largest warship. Inside this set, you'll find:

Small (and Smaller) Creatures

  • Augmented Ysoki (2)
  • Drone, Hover (2)
  • Drone, Stealth (2)
  • Gnome Mystic (2)
  • Goblin, Space (4)
  • Gray
  • Halfling Pilot (2)
  • Ysoki Bounty Hunter
  • Ysoki Jetpack
  • Ysoki Mechanic
  • Ysoki Scoundrel
  • Ysoki Sharpshooter
  • Ysoki Sniper
  • Ysoki Solarian
  • Ysoki Star Shaman
  • Ysoki Technomancer

Medium Creatures

  • Android Abolitionist (2)
  • Android Ace (2)
  • Android Battlemage (2)
  • Android Bodyguard (2)
  • Android Corporate Technomage (2)
  • Android Crusader Chaplain (2)
  • Android Envoy (2)
  • Android Farseeker (2)
  • Android Operative (2)
  • Android Saboteur (2)
  • Android Standardbearer (2)
  • Android Technomancer (2)
  • Contemplative (2)
  • Drone, Combat (2)
  • Dwarf Soldier (2)
  • Elf Operative (2)
  • Eoxian Necrovite (2)
  • Half-Elf Operative (2)
  • Half-Elf Steward (2)
  • Half-Orc Soldier (2)
  • Human Adventurer (2)
  • Human Enhanced Commando (2)
  • Human Envoy (2)
  • Human Gunfighter (2)
  • Human Knight of Golarion (2)
  • Human Pilot (2)
  • Human Priest (2)
  • Human Solarian (2)
  • Human Soldier (2)
  • Human Space Pirate (2)
  • Human Spellsoldier (2)
  • Human Starfinder I
  • Human Starfinder II
  • Human Steward (2)
  • Human Tabori Miner (2)
  • Human Trailblazer (2)
  • Kasatha Close Combatant (3)
  • Kasatha Empath (2)
  • Kasatha Envoy (2)
  • Kasatha Explorer (2)
  • Kasatha Hellknight (2)
  • Kasatha Negotiator (2)
  • Kasatha Outlaw (2)
  • Kasatha Solarian (2)
  • Kasatha Technomancer (2)
  • Kasatha Thaumaturge (2)
  • Lashunta Icon (2)
  • Lashunta Mystic (2)
  • Lashunta Officer (2)
  • Lashunta Operative (2)
  • Lashunta Priest (2)
  • Lashunta Sniper (2)
  • Lashunta Solarian (2)
  • Lashunta Starship Engineer (2)
  • Lashunta Technomancer I
  • Lashunta Technomancer II
  • Lashunta Thief (2)
  • Lashunta Xenowarden (2)
  • Orocoran (2)
  • Orry Bridger (2)
  • Robot, Security (3)
  • Shirren AbadarCorp Agent (2)
  • Shirren Combat Technician (2)
  • Shirren Hacker (2)
  • Shirren Mechanic (2)
  • Shirren Mystic (2)
  • Shirren Scholar (2)
  • Shirren Solarian (2)
  • Shirren Soldier (2)
  • Vesk Ambassador (2)
  • Vesk Champion (2)
  • Vesk Free Captain (2)
  • Vesk Investigator (2)
  • Vesk Mechanic (2)
  • Vesk Mercenary (2)
  • Vesk Paragon (2)
  • Vesk Scientist (2)
  • Vesk Soldier (2)
  • Vesk Xenodruid (2)

Large Creatures

  • Haan
  • Ksarik
  • Sarcesian


  • ATech Immortal (3)
  • Blackwind Sepulcher (3)
  • BMC Mauler (4)
  • Death's Head Necroglider (4)
  • Hivonyx Titan Hauler (3)
  • Idaran Millennia (3)
  • Idaran Vanserai (3)
  • Idaran Voidrunner (4)
  • Kevolari Venture (3)
  • Norikama Dropship (3)
  • Ringworks Wanderer (3)
  • Starhive Drone Mk III (3)
  • Thaumtech Omenbringer (3)
  • UIE Hiveguard (3)
  • Vindicas Tyrant (3)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-960-8

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    Great Starting for Starfinder pawns!


    Really happy with this one! Why they didn't do the same with Pathfinder, well, because they don't have the amount of different characters which Starfinder has populated their books. I'm so happy to have them as pawns. A must for any Starfinder campaign or game!

    Useful, but with Limitations


    The Core Rulebook Pawn Collection was the first set of pawns released for Starfinder. If you're new to the pawns concept, they're thick flat double-sided cardboard tokens that slot into plastic bases that are sized appropriately for the size of the creature in tactical combat on a 5-inch grid. This collection relies on images from the Core Rulebook and includes about 100 different creature pawns and 15 different starship pawns. Multiples of most pawns are included--usually 2 of each, though some creatures only get 1 and one (space goblins) get 4. Starships tend to come in groups of 3 or 4. I've used the set for about a year now, and I'm happy with the coverage of options it provides for PCs and NPCs of the core races; there's eight different Lashuntas, for example, and sixteen different humans. Beyond the core races, however, coverage drops significantly: there's only one type of elf, one type of dwarf, and a few others like a single haan, sarcesian, etc. Some other drawbacks:

    * The set does not come in a box; once you punch out the pawns, you'll have to come up with a custom storage solution to keep them organized.

    * The set does not include bases; you'll need to purchase those separately or use the ones included with another set.

    * Inexplicably (and unlike the Pathfinder pawn sets), there is no set indicator symbol. This means that once you start bringing in Starfinder pawns from other sets, separating what belongs to any given set can get very time-consuming.

    The drawbacks aren't so major that I regret buying the set; I use it more than any other, as it's the default product I put out when players need to choose tokens for their characters. But I would suggest going in with your eyes open about the pros and cons here.

    Space Pawns!


    I like them: I use them in a lot of my games (though I have other minis)
    Having the pregens is great.
    For me they deliver what I want: nice colorful images of Starfinder characters and enemies, that I can easily carry around with me.

    Starfinder, Pathfinder, Star Wars, Shadowrun. Pawns bring high quality fun!


    Lashuntas get their antennas cruelly cut off by bad picture scaling


    At first I thought, hey, this is a really useful pawn set. A lot of pawns for each race, which is nice with oddball new races for which there isn't a lot of art out there to make your own pawns with.

    But what really annoys me is that the pictures are often slightly too big for the pawns they're printed on so that bits get snipped off at the edges. Like the lashuntas antennas. Or like the guns and other cool weapons people are holding (lots of sawed-off laser rifles).

    This is bad. It could have been prevented by shrinking the picture 5% so it would fit on the pawn. And it's something Paizo has been doing wrong for years.



    A big, BIG PROBLEM with this set though is that the name of the pawn set isn't printed on the pawns, nor do they have numbers. That sounds trivial but it isn't. I store my pawns in the original cardboard in their boxes - easiest way to keep them sorted. If I need a monster from Bestiary 17 starting with Q, I pop open box 17 and flip cardboard until I come to monsters starting with a Q. After I'm done playing, I have a hand of pawns from five boxes, but each pawn has a box name printed on it so I now where to put it back. It's very easy and efficient.

    Bestiary boxes, as well as Pathfinder AP pawn collections, the Villain Codex, NPC Codes all have this handy system. But the Starfinder sets don't. Neither Alien Archive, nor Pact Worlds, nor Core Rulebook. So if I've used pawns from all three in an adventure (which is really not that unlikely) I have to do a lot of looking up to see where to put them back. And Alien Archive 2 is going to hit the shelves in a couple of months. This problem could get bigger and bigger.

    PLEASE PAIZO PUT THE NAME OF THE PAWN SET ON THE PAWNS. Also please the number in that set. You've done this for years and it's really useful. Why did you stop?

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    Any indication when these will be back in stock?

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

    Any chance they'll be back in stock by Christmas, I'd like to get it for my out of state nephews. :-)

    Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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    The reprint should be arriving within the next couple of weeks.


    Vic Wertz wrote:
    The reprint should be arriving within the next couple of weeks.

    Fantastic news! These were like gold dust in the U.K. even my original pre-order sold out before I got mine

    Thankfully I now have an order with yourselves (and subscriptions) so I should finally get my hands on a box!

    First pawn set I've ever bought and have found them very useful. Have bought alien archive set as well
    If I set aside the stuff I will never use in SF ( the legacy heroes, the goblins and the endless elementals) I can fit both sets in the AA box

    Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

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    This is back in stock.

    Silver Crusade

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
    Vic Wertz wrote:

    The Flip-Mat scaling issue is an actual error. We'll be talking about it in an upcoming Paizo blog, so I'm not going to say more about it yet. We've also heard your feedback on the darkness of the grid lines, and we'll be lightening those with future releases.

    This post was made back in late August, and the only blog post I ever saw related to this was on the book binding. Did I miss a blog, or has this promised post still not appeared?

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