Pathfinder Bestiary Pawn Box

Pathfinder Bestiary Pawn Box

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The ferocious foes of the Pathfinder Bestiary come alive on your tabletop with this collection of more than 375 creature pawns for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game or any tabletop fantasy RPG! Printed on sturdy cardstock, each double-sided pawn contains a beautiful full-color image of a nasty monster from the Pathfinder Bestiary. Each pawn slots into a size-appropriate plastic base, making them easy to mix with traditional metal or plastic miniatures, bringing your Pathfinder campaign to stunning life!

The Pathfinder Bestiary Pawn Box includes an assortment of bases and the following pawns:

Small (and Smaller)

  1. Aeon, Arbiter
  2. Angel, Cassisian
  3. Angel, Choral
  4. Animated Object, Broom
  5. Archon, Lantern
  6. Azata, Lyrakien
  7. Beetle, Flash
  8. Bloodseeker (2)
  9. Caligni Creeper (2)
  10. Caligni Dancer
  11. Cockatrice
  12. Daemon, Cacodaemon
  13. Deep Gnome Rockwarden
  14. Deep Gnome Scout
  15. Deep Gnome Warrior
  16. Demon, Quasit
  1. Dero Magister
  2. Dero Stalker (2)
  3. Dero Strangler
  4. Devil, Imp
  5. Dinosaur, Velociraptor
  6. Dog, Guard
  7. Eel, Electric
  8. Elemental, Air Mephit
  9. Elemental, Air, Zephyr Hawk
  10. Elemental, Earth Mephit
  11. Elemental, Earth, Sod Hound
  12. Elemental, Fire Mephit
  13. Elemental, Fire, Cinder Rat
  14. Elemental, Water Mephit
  15. Elemental, Water, Quatoid
  16. Faerie Dragon
  1. Gimmerling
  2. Goblin Commando (2)
  3. Goblin Pyro (2)
  4. Goblin War Chanter (2)
  5. Goblin Warrior (2)
  6. Gremlin, Jinkin
  7. Gremlin, Mitflit (2)
  8. Gremlin, Pugwampi (2)
  9. Homunculus
  10. Kobold Dragon Mage (2)
  11. Kobold Scout (2)
  12. Kobold Warrior (2)
  13. Leshy, Fungus
  14. Leshy, Gourd
  15. Leshy, Leaf
  16. Lich, Demilich
  1. Protean, Voidworm
  2. Psychopomp, Nosoi
  3. Rakshasa, Dandasuka
  4. Rat, Giant (2)
  5. Ratfolk Grenadier (2)
  6. Redcap
  7. Reefclaw
  8. Snake, Viper
  9. Soulbound Doll
  10. Sprite (2)
  11. Sprite, Grig
  12. Sprite, Pixie (2)
  13. Will-o'-Wisp

Medium

  1. Aeon, Axiomite
  2. Aeon, Kolyarut
  3. Alghollthu, Faceless Stalker
  4. Alghollthu, Skum (2)
  5. Angel, Astral Deva
  6. Angel, Balisse
  7. Animated Object, Armor
  8. Animated Object, Statue
  9. Archon, Horned
  10. Archon, Legion
  11. Azata, Gancanagh
  12. Azata, Ghaele
  13. Banshee
  14. Barghest
  15. Basilisk
  16. Boar
  17. Boggard Scout (2)
  18. Boggard Swampseer
  19. Boggard Warrior (2)
  20. Bugbear Thug (2)
  21. Bugbear Tormentor (2)
  22. Bunyip
  23. Caligni Stalker
  24. Cat, Leopard
  25. Catfolk Pouncer (2)
  26. Cauthooj
  27. Centipede, Giant
  28. Changeling Exile (2)
  29. Demon, Succubus
  30. Devil, Barbazu
  31. Devil, Erinys
  32. Devil, Lemure (2)
  33. Devil, Phistophilus
  34. Dezullon
  35. Dhampir Wizard
  1. Dinosaur, Deinonychus
  2. Dog, Riding
  3. Doppelganger
  4. Drake, River
  5. Drow Fighter (2)
  6. Drow Priestess
  7. Drow Rogue (2)
  8. Duergar Bombadier (2)
  9. Duergar Sharpshooter (2)
  10. Duergar Taskmaster
  11. Elanax
  12. Elemental, Air, Invisible Stalker
  13. Elemental, Air, Living Whirlwind
  14. Elemental, Earth, Living Landslide
  15. Elemental, Earth, Xorn
  16. Elemental, Fire, Living Wildfire
  17. Elemental, Fire, Salamander
  18. Elemental, Water, Brine Shark
  19. Fleshwarp, Grothlut
  20. Gargoyle
  21. Genie, Janni
  22. Ghost Commoner
  23. Ghost Mage
  24. Ghoul (2)
  25. Ghoul, Ghast
  26. Gibbering Mouther
  27. Gnoll Cultist
  28. Gnoll Hunter (2)
  29. Gnoll Sergeant (2)
  30. Goblin Dog (2)
  31. Graveknight
  32. Grim Reaper
  33. Grim Reaper, Lesser Death
  34. Hag, Green
  35. Hag, Night
  1. Hag, Sea
  2. Harpy
  3. Hell Hound
  4. Hobgoblin Archer (2)
  5. Hobgoblin General
  6. Hobgoblin Soldier (2)
  7. Horse, Pony
  8. Hyena
  9. Lich
  10. Lizard, Giant Gecko
  11. Lizard, Giant Monitor
  12. Lizardfolk Defender (2)
  13. Lizardfolk Scout (2)
  14. Lizardfolk Stargazer
  15. Medusa
  16. Merfolk Warrior
  17. Merfolk Wavecaller
  18. Mimic
  19. Mummy Guardian
  20. Mummy Pharaoh
  21. Nilith
  22. Nymph, Dryad
  23. Nymph, Dryad Queen
  24. Nymph, Naiad
  25. Nymph, Naiad Queen
  26. Ooze, Sewer
  27. Orc Brute (2)
  28. Orc Warchief
  29. Orc Warrior (2)
  30. Planar Scion, Aasimar Redeemer
  31. Planar Scion, Duskwalker Ghost Hunter/li>
  32. Planar Scion, Tiefling Adept
  33. Poltergeist
  34. Poracha
  35. Psychopomp, Morrigna
  1. Rakshasa, Raja
  2. Rust Monster
  3. Satyr
  4. Sea Devil Baron
  5. Sea Devil Brute
  6. Sea Devil Scout (2)
  7. Shadow
  8. Shadow, Greater
  9. Shining Child
  10. Sinspawn
  11. Skeleton Guard (2)
  12. Skeleton, Skeletal Champion
  13. Slurk
  14. Snake, Ball Python
  15. Snake, Giant Viper
  16. Spider, Hunting (2)
  17. Tengu Sneak
  18. Vampire Count
  19. Vampire Mastermind
  20. Vampire Spawn Rogue (2)
  21. Warg
  22. Web Lurker
  23. Werecreature, Wererat
  24. Werecreature, Werewolf
  25. Wight
  26. Wolf (2)
  27. Wraith
  28. Xulgath Leader
  29. Xulgath Skulker (2)
  30. Xulgath, Warrior (2)
  31. Xulgath, Plague (2)
  32. Zombie Shambler (2)

Large

  1. Aeon, Pleroma
  2. Alghollthu, Veiled Master
  3. Ankhrav
  4. Ape, Gorilla
  5. Arboreal Warden
  6. Archon, Shield
  7. Azata, Lillend
  8. Barghest, Greater
  9. Bat, Giant
  10. Bat, Vampire Bat Swarm
  11. Bear, Cave
  12. Bear, Grizzly
  13. Beetle, Giant Stag
  14. Boar, Daeodon
  15. Brain Collector
  16. Cat, Lion
  17. Cat, Smilodon
  18. Cat, Tiger
  19. Centaur
  20. Centipede Swarm
  21. Chimera
  22. Chuul
  23. Cloaker
  24. Crocodile
  25. Cyclops
  26. Daemon, Astradaemon
  27. Daemon, Ceustodaemon
  28. Daemon, Leukodaemon
  29. Demon, Balor
  30. Demon, Marilith
  31. Demon, Vrock
  32. Devil, Gelugon
  1. Devil, Pit Fiend
  2. Dragon, Adult Black
  3. Dragon, Adult Brass
  4. Dragon, Adult Copper
  5. Dragon, Adult White
  6. Dragon, Young Black
  7. Dragon, Young Blue
  8. Dragon, Young Brass
  9. Dragon, Young Bronze
  10. Dragon, Young Copper
  11. Dragon, Young Gold
  12. Dragon, Young Green
  13. Dragon, Young Red
  14. Dragon, Young Silver
  15. Dragon, Young White
  16. Drake, Desert
  17. Drake, Flame
  18. Drake, Frost
  19. Drake, Jungle
  20. Drake, Wyvern
  21. Dullahan
  22. Eagle, Giant/li>
  23. Eel, Giant Moray
  24. Elemental, Air Storm Lord
  25. Elemental, Earth, Stone Mauler
  26. Elemental, Water, Living Waterfall
  27. Elemental, Water, Tidal Master
  28. Ether Spider
  29. Ettin
  30. Fleshwarp, Drider
  31. Flytrap, Snapping
  32. Genie, Djinni
  1. Genie, Efreeti
  2. Genie, Marid
  3. Genie, Shaitan
  4. Giant, Fire (2)
  5. Giant, Frost (2)
  6. Giant, Hill (2)
  7. Giant, Stone (2)
  8. Gogiteth
  9. Golem, Alchemical
  10. Golem, Clay
  11. Golem, Flesh
  12. Golem, Iron
  13. Golem, Stone
  14. Griffon
  15. Gug
  16. Hag, Annis
  17. Hell Hound, Nessian Warhound
  18. Horse (2)
  19. Hyena, Hyaenodon
  20. Krooth
  21. Lamia
  22. Lamia Matriarch
  23. Lizard, Giant Frilled
  24. Manticore
  25. Mantis, Giant
  26. Minotaur
  27. Naga, Dark
  28. Naga, Guardian
  29. Nightmare
  30. Ofalth
  31. Ogre Boss
  32. Ogre Glutton
  1. Ogre Warrior (2)
  2. Ooze, Gelatinous Cube
  3. Ooze, Ochre Jelly
  4. Otyugh (4)
  5. Owlbear
  6. Pegasus
  7. Protean, Keketar
  8. Protean, Naunet
  9. Pterosaur, Pteranodon
  10. Quelaunt
  11. Rat Swarm
  12. Roper
  13. Scorpion Swarm
  14. Scorpion, Giant
  15. Shambler
  16. Skeleton, Skeletal Giant
  17. Skeleton, Skeletal Horse
  18. Sphinx
  19. Spider Swarm
  20. Tarantula, Giant
  21. Troll (2)
  22. Troll King
  23. Unicorn
  24. Wasp Swarm
  25. Wasp, Giant
  26. Wendigo
  27. Werecreature, Werebear
  28. Wolf, Dire
  29. Wolf, Winter Wolf
  30. Yeti
  31. Zaramuun
  32. Zombie Brute

Huge

  1. Alghollthu Master
  2. Animated Object, Giant Statue
  3. Ankhrav Hive Mother
  4. Arboreal Regent
  5. Arboreal, Awakened Tree (2)
  6. Bulette
  7. Cyclops, Great
  8. Demon, Glabrezu
  9. Dinosaur, Ankylosaurus
  10. Dinosaur, Deinosuchus
  11. Dinosaur, Stegosaurus
  12. Dinosaur, Triceratops
  13. Dragon Turtle
  1. Dragon, Adult Blue
  2. Dragon, Adult Bronze
  3. Dragon, Adult Gold
  4. Dragon, Adult Green
  5. Dragon, Adult Red
  6. Dragon, Adult Silver
  7. Dragon, Ancient Black
  8. Dragon, Ancient Brass
  9. Dragon, Ancient Copper
  10. Dragon, Ancient White
  11. Drakauthix
  12. Elemental, Air, Elemental Hurricane
  13. Elemental, Earth, Elemental Avalanche
  1. Elemental, Fire, Elemental Inferno
  2. Elemental, Fire, Firewyrm
  3. Elemental, Water, Elemental Tsunami
  4. Elephant
  5. Elephant, Mammoth
  6. Flytrap, Giant
  7. Giant, Cloud (2)
  8. Giant, Storm
  9. Golem, Adamantine
  10. Grikkitog
  11. Hydra
  12. Nightmare, Greater
  13. Octopus, Giant
  1. Ooze, Black Pudding
  2. Pterosaur, Quetzalcoatlus
  3. Remorhaz
  4. Shark, Great White
  5. Shoggoth
  6. Shuln
  7. Skeleton, Skeletal Hulk
  8. Skulltaker
  9. Snake, Giant Anaconda
  10. Treerazer
  11. Uthul
  12. Wemmuth
  13. Zombie Hulk

ISBN: 978-1-64078-211-2

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Grand Lodge

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Erik Mona wrote:

This product does indeed have bases. Not sure why the FB was confused, but there you have it.

Curses, I will have to come up with some way to get rid of them.

Maybe a Disc Golem. Just need glue...


No Purple Worm again?

Paizo Employee Managing Developer

Seige83 wrote:
No Purple Worm again?

Sorry. Huge is the largest pawn size we make.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

Seige83 wrote:
No Purple Worm again?

Gargantuan remains a monster size we can't really do with pawns, due to the size.

Dark Archive

James Jacobs wrote:
Seige83 wrote:
No Purple Worm again?
Gargantuan remains a monster size we can't really do with pawns, due to the size.

Is that due to technical reasons?

I have seen actual pawns bigger than huge size and they looked great, but it was a different kind, as they were four cardboards slotted into each other without bases.

Can't you do something similiar as a separate product?
"Bigger monsters" do have a market imo.


Paizo Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories, Starfinder Accessories, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

How big would a flat gargantuan pawn be? If it's much bigger than (roughly) 8 by 10, it wouldn't fit in the usual box.

Dark Archive

Ed Reppert wrote:
How big would a flat gargantuan pawn be? If it's much bigger than (roughly) 8 by 10, it wouldn't fit in the usual box.

133% of the huge pawn, it would fit on a cardboard sheet.


Paizo Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories, Starfinder Accessories, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

Hm.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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Marco Massoudi wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Seige83 wrote:
No Purple Worm again?
Gargantuan remains a monster size we can't really do with pawns, due to the size.

Is that due to technical reasons?

I have seen actual pawns bigger than huge size and they looked great, but it was a different kind, as they were four cardboards slotted into each other without bases.

Can't you do something similiar as a separate product?
"Bigger monsters" do have a market imo.

A gargantuan pawn is large enough that we'd only be able to fit one on a page. We could fill the leftover space with mediums and smalls and maybe even larges, but that doesn't change the fact that we'd need to put a LOT of sheets in there to cover the number of gargantuans we want to cover. Furthermore, we don't offer Gargantuan bases, so we'd have to solve that problem as well. And finally, the size of a Gargantuan pawn pushes beyond the boundary of aesthetics... it starts feeling weird to some folks for something that big to be represented by a single two-dimensional thing. (I've seen home-made pawns of that size in play and they're unsatisfying looking, in my opinion...)

Would folks really want to spend 20 or 30 bucks just to get a dozen Gargantuan pawns? I'm not sure there IS a market for something like that.

We've been doing pawns for MANY years, and have spent a lot of time considering how to do Gargantuan pawns in a way that's cost effective that won't lose us money. So far, we've not figured that out. It might be a better model for a smaller company with smaller print runs, perhaps. But the realities of production for pawns has, so far, made it a not great option for us.


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Would folks really want to spend 20 or 30 bucks just to get a dozen Gargantuan pawns? I'm not sure there IS a market for something like that.

Not that one anecdotal hand raise is a market, but I'd probably subscribe to pawns again if there were Gargantuan products, and I'd definitely buy a Gargantuan pawn pack before I'd buy yet another small/medium/large/huge box.

I've spent about $20-30 bucks a year every year for five years to print, cut, and paste my own Gargantuan pawns to cardstock, for both Pathfinder and Starfinder and mostly using CUP and fan art. I'm lucky to have a crafts store two blocks away that carries everything I need, down to loanable cutters; most don't.

Having them professionally printed, cut, and pasted would be worth it for me, for sure. A pack of chromatic dragon pawns for $35? I'd use the hell out of that vs. one $35 mini of one kind of dragon that I still have to paint, store more carefully, and repaint when I inevitably screw it up when trying to travel with it. A pawn, I could chuck into a book or binder and not have to worry about it.


Fumarole wrote:
One of these bad boys will hold about 4 sets of first edition pawns.

On average each one of my containers (mind you, I've swapped some bins between the totes for sorting) contain the following.

Each compartment can hold:

Small Bin w/ Small Pawns: about 34 pawns to a bin.
Small Bin w/ Medium Pawns: about 17 pawns to a bin
Medium Bin w/ Large Pawns: about 17 pawns to a bin
Large Bin w/ Huge Pawns: About 10 pawns to a bin.


Why not just give the Gargantuan creatures a huge-creature size? And put a * or other sign on the card so people know it is gargantuan, better that than to ignore them entirely... People can just use rocks or other stuff to block out the other space the gargantuan creature takes on the map...

Silver Crusade

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Awahoon wrote:
Why not just give the Gargantuan creatures a huge-creature size? And put a * or other sign on the card so people know it is gargantuan, better that than to ignore them entirely... People can just use rocks or other stuff to block out the other space the gargantuan creature takes on the map...

You'd have 1 star reviews that go "pawns printed at wrong size" and people calling customer service that there's a misprint in their box and demanding a replacement as well as peed off store owners because they replaced a box that a customer showed as faulty and the new box is faulty as well.

A lot of headache for few people's gain.


Then they can better drop the pawns, and just focus on the battle cards.

Charybdis never getting a pawn is reason enough for me to never be interested in them. So I go with the cards from now on.

Shadow Lodge

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Or they can maintain a successful line despite it not fitting everyone's desires.


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Awahoon wrote:

Then they can better drop the pawns, and just focus on the battle cards.

Charybdis never getting a pawn is reason enough for me to never be interested in them. So I go with the cards from now on.

That seems a rather counter-productive attitude, but as my friend Connie Crete says "ya be ya".


What about producing appropriate size bases?


Kal Davis wrote:
Fumarole wrote:
One of these bad boys will hold about 4 sets of first edition pawns.

On average each one of my containers (mind you, I've swapped some bins between the totes for sorting) contain the following.

Each compartment can hold:

Small Bin w/ Small Pawns: about 34 pawns to a bin.
Small Bin w/ Medium Pawns: about 17 pawns to a bin
Medium Bin w/ Large Pawns: about 17 pawns to a bin
Large Bin w/ Huge Pawns: About 10 pawns to a bin.

Thank you for the recommendation!

Paizo Employee Webstore Coordinator

Update: This product has been pushed back to a January release.


Katina Davis wrote:
Update: This product has been pushed back to a January release.

Damn, I just got into PF2 (didnt play PF1) and really wanted this for the game I'm about to run.

I guess I can make do with pennies for now.


Paizo Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories, Starfinder Accessories, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

Hm. My very rough count indicates that something north of 5000 pawns were published for 1st edition. That's a lot of pawns - and most of them are probably just as useful for PF2. Won't stop me from continuing to buy pawns, but still...

PF2 so far we have about 400 or so.

Dark Archive

+1 to gargantuan pawns.

The colossal size has been cut in PF second edition, which makes things simpler.

But where is the point of offering stats for big fearsome creatures to fight on a 3D Battle map, when there is no way to reasonably represent them?

It's works for real-life creatures as the T-Rex or common fantasy-monsters like dragons to find a toy to represent them, nur cool creatures like the Baomal will never see table-time unless you custom-build them and that can't be it.

Silver Crusade

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

I just use things of approximate size and square usage.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Marco Massoudi wrote:

+1 to gargantuan pawns.

The colossal size has been cut in PF second edition, which makes things simpler.

But where is the point of offering stats for big fearsome creatures to fight on a 3D Battle map, when there is no way to reasonably represent them?

It's works for real-life creatures as the T-Rex or common fantasy-monsters like dragons to find a toy to represent them, nur cool creatures like the Baomal will never see table-time unless you custom-build them and that can't be it.

Just plomp a toy dinosaur there and use your imagination.

Dark Archive

Rysky wrote:
I just use things of approximate size and square usage.

Yeah, i do that too.

I used the D&D Icons Gargantuan Black Dragon for "Black Magga" in the Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition and also as "Roc" in Mummy's Mask.

There are players which have no problems with this and there are others who are taken out of the illusion by it.
In my experience it depends on the atmosphere of the game and the creature represented.

In todays market, where Wizkids is releasing colossal D&D 5e creatures as a miniature, i think that a set of pawns (something in which Paizo is the market-leader) representing truly big creatures is an opportunity.

There is a russian company which makes affordable 3D buildings with moving parts and in which minis can be placed out of cardboard which are in scale with D&D & Pathfinder, so i don't think it isn't doable.
It's just something new which hasn't been done, an innovation.


Or just turn the Charybdis into a HUGe creature, what use does gargantuan have anyway?


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Or just go full Dino-Riders & have dinosaurs with lazers!

:D

;p

Silver Crusade

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Fear the Saurian Collective. And their lasers.

Silver Crusade

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Animism wrote:

Or just go full Dino-Riders & have dinosaurs with lazers!

:D

;p

We can settle for cyborg dinosaurs with lazor eye beamzzzz.

PEW PEW

PEW PEW PEW


Thank god for Starfinder.

Silver Crusade

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*points at Numeria*

Silver Crusade

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*looks at page 27 of Lost Omens World Guide*

Well, if anybody hoped that the existence of Starfinder has led to disappearance of robotz with lazors from Pathfinder, they're in for a major disappointment.


Thank god for Starfinder, 50% less robotz with lazors in the Bestiaries, they weren't even important enough to be in the first bestiary.

And what use is starfinder, if those futuristic monsters still haunt the pages of the normal pathfinder bestiaries.

Silver Crusade

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

It's a scyfy setting heavy on fantasy where Pathfinder is fantasy with a bit of everything. You have dragons in Starfinder and robots in Pathfinder.

Pretty sure they haven't said they won't do robots or other tech stuff in Pathfinder since Starfinder exists, and they're no less important than the thousands of other monsters that also haven't been printed.

Pretty sure the Tarrasque is important.


Rysky wrote:

It's a scyfy setting heavy on fantasy where Pathfinder is fantasy with a bit of everything. You have dragons in Starfinder and robots in Pathfinder.

Pretty sure they haven't said they won't do robots or other tech stuff in Pathfinder since Starfinder exists, and they're no less important than the thousands of other monsters that also haven't been printed.

Pretty sure the Tarrasque is important.

The Tarrasque is important to D&D it is, I actually hope we get a more mythology-accurate Tarasque this time around.

And less, far less Robots, they should stay in greater numbers in your favorite starfinder.

Silver Crusade

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

My favourite Starfinder what?

Robots are in Golarion, Numeria is a major part of setting, we have the AI goddess Casandalee coming up in Gods and Magic.

Tech stuff isn't going anywhere.


Robots aren't in bestiary 1, and probably not in bestiary 2, so I don't mind.

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I noticed on another site they are releasing a new box of bases.

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