Pathfinder Pawns: Enemy Encounters Pawn Collection

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Preorder expected June 2019

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Enemies abound and finding them is no difficult task in this dangerous world. This collection of dozens of pawns features groups of common enemies to use with the Pathfinder RPG or any tabletop fantasy roleplaying game as well as a selection of useful terrain features to bring your encounters to life on the tabletop. Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn contains a beautiful full-color image of a monstrous enemy and slots into a size-appropriate plastic base from any of the Pathfinder Pawns: Bestiary Box collections, making them easy to mix with traditional metal or plastic miniatures. The Enemy Encounters Pawn Collection is the best way to ensure that you've got enough threats to throw at your player's characters in every Pathfinder Roleplaying Game encounter!

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Preorder, expected approximately 10 Jun 2019

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Announced for June! Image and description are provisional and subject to change prior to release.


Hey!!! I just suggested this in another thread. I'm curious to see which enemies are included!

Paizo Employee Managing Developer

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When I put together this set, my plan was to make it complimentary to the very popular and sold out Monster Codex Pawn Box. The first seven sheets of these pawns feature a group of like monstrous enemies, and the final sheet is some useful terrain tiles so that you can set up battles on a Flip-Mat. I hope folks like this collection.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
When I put together this set, my plan was to make it complimentary to the very popular and sold out Monster Codex Pawn Box. The first seven sheets of these pawns feature a group of like monstrous enemies, and the final sheet is some useful terrain tiles so that you can set up battles on a Flip-Mat. I hope folks like this collection.

That sounds really good, Adam!

So we are looking at about seven different groups of creatures plus trees or something alike?
Can you maybe tell us a little bit about the creature types - are all "monstrous humanoids" plus maybe a few slave creatures?

For instance (inspired by the temporal cover): Troglodytes with a few giant lizards? ;-)
Thank you for your time.

Paizo Employee Managing Developer

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One of the sheets contains two different groups due to size and the die. There are a few accompanying critters, but it's mainly humanoid foes. The set includes many of the same creatures in Monster Codex: duergar, troglodytes, orcs, gnolls, kobolds, ogres, mixed goblinoids, and then a sheet of undead.


Are they the same art work or new?

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There's a mix of new art and art picked up from previous publications.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber; Starfinder Superscriber

I have every pawn ever made for PF and love them all! I wish that you guys would either make some dividers or collaborate with another company and have them do it. With thousands and thousands of pawns now there is no good organization solution and I would rather just have dividers and keep them all in the boxes they came in.


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It does require keeping the cutout sheets they come with, but I've found the best storage solution to be File Cases and Letter Files. I store each collection in one Case (with the covers visible from the outside, including the pawn lists) with each sheet in an individual Letter File:

Front view

Rear view

Pawn sheets

Combined View

Not sure how understandable that is, but it's a cheap and really easy way to keep pawns filed but easily accessible.


Gimme. Gimme. Gimme!

I keep my pawns in the big boxes as well. I will say that the new cover that comes with the smaller sets makes it easy to keep the pawns in the original casing as well.


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Steve Geddes wrote:
It does require keeping the cutout sheets they come with, but I've found the best storage solution to be File Cases and Letter Files. I store each collection in one Case (with the covers visible from the outside, including the pawn lists) with each sheet in an individual Letter File:

What brand of File Cases and Letter Files do you use? I've looked at some options on Amazon but reviews said they were a pretty flimsy plastic.


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The letter files are Keji. Not sure on the cases - they’re labelled “Twinkle Aquadrops”. I suspect Aquadrops is the brand name.

The plastic sheets are reasonably flimsy, I guess but a packet of 50 files is around $7USD. That’s enough for six pawn collections and I haven’t had to replace any yet. The cases are sturdy.


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PFRPGrognard wrote:

Gimme. Gimme. Gimme!

I keep my pawns in the big boxes as well. I will say that the new cover that comes with the smaller sets makes it easy to keep the pawns in the original casing as well.

Thanks for the great suggestion! Unfortunately after years of opening pawn boxes like a giddy schoolgirl, I am afraid the first thing I do is pop the pawns out and trash the cut out sheets. :(


I suppose this made more sense than just reprinting the very much still in demand Monster Codex box? I look forward to having it, but I'm still sad to have missed out on the original box...

Silver Crusade

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PneumaPilot2 wrote:
I suppose this made more sense than just reprinting the very much still in demand Monster Codex box? I look forward to having it, but I'm still sad to have missed out on the original box...

It did. Pawn box reprints are not viable, because they won't sell in a volume which would allow them to be produced at a cost that warrants the usual price.


It doesn'T ... this will add dozens of monster I already own ...
won't buy it

Monster codex is the best pawn box ever made

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Card Game Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

Looking forward to grabbing this and getting extra copies.

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