Pathfinder Bestiary 2 Pawn Collection

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Pathfinder Bestiary 2 Pawn Collection

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An army of monsters has arrived, and they're ready to invade your game! The Pathfinder Bestiary 2 Pawn Collection is the best way to present these monsters on your gaming table. This collection of creatures represents those found in Pathfinder Bestiary 2 and are perfect for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game or any fantasy RPG.

This collection presents beautiful full-color images of a wide array of deadly denizens, including more than 300 monsters such as dragons, giants, the Jabberwock, new elementals, deadly aquatic foes, vampiric menaces, creatures from other realities, demons, devils, angels, and much, much more! Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn slots into a size-appropriate plastic base from the Pathfinder Pawns Base Assortment, making them easy to mix with traditional metal or plastic miniatures. The Pathfinder Bestiary 2 Pawn Collection is the best way to ensure you've got the perfect monster for every Pathfinder Roleplaying Game encounter!

ISBN-13: 978-1-64078-262-4

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No Box

2/5

Organizing pawns is a giant pain, especially when they come in US letter format which is unobtainium in Europe. Shipping no box makes this even worse. Apart from that continues with the ridiculous low amount of often used pawns, making them unusable at the table. Jesus Christ Paizo, what your doing.


Good but with the same issue as Heroes & Villains

5/5

I found the collection to be as good as the previous one. Paying ~10$ less for no box and no bases is a good deal IMO, but it should have been communicated better, maybe right on the cover. There might be some marketing rule about not placing negatives at the most visible places, but customer agency is more important in my book.


Box sorely missing

3/5

The pawns are as good and complete as one has come to expect from Paizo, but the rest is not: There are no bases and there is no box. While I don’t mind not getting any additional bases, the lack of a box means that the pawns will fall out and are much easier to lose. What was ‘kind of’ ok with the few sheets of Game Mastery Pawns is no longer ok when you get 20 sheets of pawns in a loose paper wrap. I truly hope the Bestiary 3 pawns will come in a box again.


Small (and Smaller)

  1. Attic Whisperer
  2. Aurumvorax
  3. Badger
  4. Blindheim
  5. Brownie
  6. Calathgar
  7. Caligni Slayer
  8. Carbuncle
  9. Choker
  10. Chupacabra
  11. Cockroach, Giant
  12. Crawling Hand
  13. Culdewen
  14. Devil, Zebub
  1. Dig-Widget
  2. Dinosaur, Compsognathus
  3. Dragonfly Nymph, Giant
  4. Drake, Shadow
  5. Elemental, Air, Spark Bat
  6. Elemental, Earth, Living Boulder
  7. Elemental, Fire, Ember Fox
  8. Elemental, Mephit, Dust
  9. Elemental, Mephit, Ice
  10. Elemental, Mephit, Ooze
  11. Elemental, Mephit, Steam
  12. Elemental, Water, Icicle Snake
  13. Frog, Spear
  14. Gremlin, Vexgit (2)
  1. Gremlin, Nuglub (2)
  2. Grindylow (2)
  3. Grippli Scout (2)
  4. Intellect Devourer
  5. Korred
  6. Leprechaun
  7. Leshy, Flytrap
  8. Leshy, Sunflower
  9. Lurker in Light
  10. Mandragora
  11. Nixie
  12. Octopus, Blue-Ringed
  13. Octopus, Reef
  14. Ooze, Giant Amoeba
  15. Protean, Akizendri
  1. Protean, Azuretzi
  2. Qlippoth, Cythnigot
  3. Quickling
  4. Raven
  5. Shocker Lizard (2)
  6. Snake, Sea
  7. Spider, Dream
  8. Spriggan Bully (4)
  9. Spriggan Warlord
  10. Squid, Vampire
  11. Tick, Giant
  12. Turtle, Snapping
  13. Twigjack (2)
  14. Velstrac, Augur

Medium

  1. Aeon, Theletos
  2. Akata (2)
  3. Angel, Monadic Deva
  4. Angel, Movanic Deva
  5. Animate Dream
  6. Ant, Giant (4)
  7. Archon, Hound
  8. Archon, Star
  9. Archon, Trumpet
  10. Azata, Bralani
  11. Azata, Veranallia
  12. Badger, Giant
  13. Baobhan Sith
  14. Basidirond
  15. Blink Dog (4)
  16. Blodeuwedd
  17. Bodak
  18. Bog Strider (2)
  19. Cave Fisher
  20. Crab, Giant
  21. Crawling Hand, Giant
  22. Daemon, Piscodaemon
  23. Daemon, Thanadaemon
  24. Demon, Babau
  25. Demon, Invidiak
  26. Demon, Nabasu
  27. Denizen of Leng (3)
  28. Devil, Gylou
  29. Devil, Hamatula
  30. Dolphin, Bottlenose
  1. Doprillu
  2. Dragonfly, Giant
  3. Draugr (4)
  4. Dweomercat
  5. D'ziriak (2)
  6. Elemental, Air, Living Thunderclap
  7. Elemental, Earth, Sand Sentry
  8. Elemental, Fire, Filth Fire
  9. Elemental, Fire, Striding Fire
  10. Elemental, Water, Mist Stalker
  11. Elemental, Water, Blizzardborn
  12. Fetchling Scout (4)
  13. Fly, Giant Maggot (4)
  14. Fly, Giant (2)
  15. Frog, Giant (2)
  16. Golem, Carrion
  17. Golem, Ice
  18. Golem, Wood
  19. Gosreg
  20. Grimstalker
  21. Grodair
  22. Hound of Tindalos
  23. Isqulug
  24. Jyoti (2)
  25. Leech, Giant
  26. Marrmora
  27. Mohrg
  28. Morlock (4)
  29. Mosquito, Giant
  1. Mudwretch
  2. Mummy, Bog
  3. Necrophidius
  4. Nereid
  5. Ooze, Gray
  6. Ooze, Verdurous
  7. Peryton
  8. Planar Scion, Ifrit Pyrochemist (4)
  9. Planar Scion, Oread Guard (4)
  10. Planar Scion, Suli Dune Dancer (4)
  11. Planar Scion, Sylph Sneak (4)
  12. Planar Scion, Undine Hydromancer (4)
  13. Psychopomp, Catrina
  14. Psychopomp, Esobok
  15. Psychopomp, Vanth
  16. Qlippoth, Nyogoth
  17. Ray, Sting
  18. Revenant
  19. Rusalka
  20. Scarecrow
  21. Sceaduinar
  22. Scorpion, Cave
  23. Serpentfolk, Aaoph (4)
  24. Serpentfolk, Bone Prophet
  25. Serpentfolk, Coil Spy
  26. Serpentfolk, Zyss (2)
  27. Skulk (2)
  28. Solifugid, Giant
  29. Soul Eater
  1. Specter
  2. Spiral Centurion
  3. Stygira
  4. Tatzlwyrm
  5. Totenmaske
  6. Triton
  7. Trollhound
  8. Urdefhan Tormentor
  9. Urdefhan Warrior (4)
  10. Vampire, Vrykolakas Ancient
  11. Vampire, Vrykolakas Master
  12. Vampire, Vrykolakas Spawn
  13. Vampiric Mist
  14. Velstrac, Eremite
  15. Velstrac, Evangelist
  16. Velstrac, Ostiarius
  17. Velstrac, Sacristan
  18. Violet Fungus
  19. Void Zombie (2)
  20. Werecreature, Wereboar
  21. Wight, Cairn
  22. Witchfire
  23. Witchwyrd
  24. Wolverine
  25. Worm That Walks Cultist
  26. Xill
  27. Yellow Musk Creeper
  28. Yellow Musk Creeper Thrall (2)
  29. Yeth Hound

Large

  1. Aeon, Bythos
  2. Aeon, Marut
  3. Aeon, Zelekhut
  4. Ahuizotl
  5. Angel, Planetar
  6. Angel, Solar
  7. Ankou
  8. Ant Swarm, Army
  9. Assassin Vine
  10. Basilisk, Dracolisk
  11. Bear, Black
  12. Bear, Polar
  13. Catoblepas
  14. Cockroach Swarm
  15. Couatl, Quetz
  16. Daemon, Derghodaemon
  17. Daemon, Meladaemon
  18. Daemon, Purrodaemon
  19. Demon, Hezrou
  20. Demon, Vrolikai
  21. Destrachan
  22. Devil, Cornugon
  23. Devil, Osyluth
  24. Devil, Sarglagon
  1. Devourer
  2. Dinosaur, Pachycephalosaurus
  3. Dragon, Young Brine
  4. Dragon, Young Cloud
  5. Dragon, Young Crystal
  6. Dragon, Young Magma
  7. Dragon, Young Umbral
  8. Drainberry Bush
  9. Drake, Sea
  10. Elemental, Air, Belker
  11. Elemental, Earth, Earthen Destrier
  12. Elemental, Earth, Granite Glyptodont
  13. Elemental, Fire, Magma Scorpion
  14. Fleshwarp, Ghonhatine (2)
  15. Fleshwarp, Irnakurse
  16. Giant, Wood (2)
  17. Giant, Marsh (2)
  18. Giant, Shadow (2)
  19. Golem, Glass
  20. Gorgon
  21. Grendel
  22. Hellcat
  23. Hippocampus (2)
  24. Hippogriff
  1. Hippopotamus
  2. Hodag
  3. Irlgaunt
  4. Jellyfish Swarm, Fire
  5. Jellyfish, Giant
  6. Kelpie
  7. Leech Swarm, Brood
  8. Leucrotta
  9. Leydroth
  10. Lizard, Giant Chameleon
  11. Mosquito Swarm, Fen
  12. Naga, Lunar
  13. Naga, Spirit
  14. Norn
  15. Nuckelavee
  16. Oni, Fire Yai
  17. Oni, Ice Yai
  18. Oni, Onidoshi (2)
  19. Ooze, Amoeba Swarm
  20. Ooze, Slime Mold
  21. Peluda
  22. Protean, Imentesh
  23. Qlippoth, Chernobue
  24. Qlippoth, Shoggti
  1. Qlippoth, Thulgant
  2. Quoppopak
  3. Raven Swarm
  4. Ray, Manta
  5. Rhinoceros
  6. Rhinoceros, Wooly
  7. Sandpoint Devil
  8. Skaveling
  9. Skrik Nettle
  10. Snake, Emperor Cobra
  11. Sportlebore Swarm
  12. Spriggan Bully, Large (4)
  13. Spriggan Warlord, Large
  14. Tick Swarm
  15. Toad, Giant
  16. Troll, Cavern
  17. Troll, Frost
  18. Troll, Two-Headed
  19. Velstrac, Interlocutor
  20. Viper Vine
  21. Werecreature, Weretiger
  22. Wolverine, Giant
  23. Wraith, Dread
  24. Yellow Musk Creeper Brute

Huge

  1. Archon, Bastion
  2. Athach
  3. Bebilith
  4. Behir
  5. Centipede, Giant Whiptail
  6. Demon, Nalfeshnee
  7. Dinosaur, Hadrosaurid
  8. Dinosaur, Iguanadon
  9. Dolphin, Orca
  10. Dragon, Adult Brine
  1. Dragon, Adult Cloud
  2. Dragon, Adult Crystal
  3. Dragon, Adult Magma
  4. Dragon, Adult Umbral
  5. Elasmosaurus
  6. Elemental, Air, Melody on the Wind
  7. Elemental, Water, Icewyrm
  8. Elephant, Anancus
  9. Elephant, Mastodon
  10. Froghemoth
  1. Frost Worm
  2. Giant, Taiga (2)
  3. Hippocampus, Giant
  4. Hippopotamus, Behemoth
  5. Jabberwock
  6. Leng Spider
  7. Lizard, Megalania
  8. Moonflower
  9. Oni, Water Yai
  10. Psychopomp, Yamaraj
  1. Qlippoth, Augnagar
  2. Scythe Tree
  3. Slug, Giant
  4. Spider, Ogre
  5. Squid, Giant
  6. Tendriculos
  7. Thrasfyr
  8. Troll, Jotund
  9. Umonlee
  10. Vaspercharm
  11. Water Orm
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I really love the change that this is only a collection.

I already have enough bases and i am glad that here are no bases included.


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How strongly would other GMs recommend Pathfinder 2 pawns if I have a substantial collection from the first edition already?


Will this box include more than 1 or 2 pawns per monster?


I like the pawns. When will the bestiaty cards be available?


Cameron Gerrity wrote:
How strongly would other GMs recommend Pathfinder 2 pawns if I have a substantial collection from the first edition already?

In practice, owning Bestiaries 1-4 from PF1 days, I have over 90% of the pawns in PF2's Bestiary 1 and 2 already.

Not sure what you have in your collection, but if you have these from PF1:
Bestiary 1, 2
Monster Codex
Summoned Critters (or whatever that set is)

I think you don't really NEED the new sets, unless you really want the new creatures. Krooths and all.

I bought the new Bestiary 1 set, probably won't buy the Bestiary 2 set as I'm up to my ears in pawns and really can't store more. Unless perhaps I decide to offload many of the PF1 sets to make room...


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jdripley wrote:
Cameron Gerrity wrote:
How strongly would other GMs recommend Pathfinder 2 pawns if I have a substantial collection from the first edition already?

In practice, owning Bestiaries 1-4 from PF1 days, I have over 90% of the pawns in PF2's Bestiary 1 and 2 already.

Not sure what you have in your collection, but if you have these from PF1:
Bestiary 1, 2
Monster Codex
Summoned Critters (or whatever that set is)

I think you don't really NEED the new sets, unless you really want the new creatures. Krooths and all.

I bought the new Bestiary 1 set, probably won't buy the Bestiary 2 set as I'm up to my ears in pawns and really can't store more. Unless perhaps I decide to offload many of the PF1 sets to make room...

new art work is well worth it


I noticed that this box don't have the " second edition" mark in the corner like the 1st box. Is there a reason for that? Also, the old ones are called "Bestiary X box" and the 2nd ed is called "bestiary x, pawn collection". Is that how we now know which edition it belongs to? If that's the case, it's not very intuitive for new collectors like me.

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Pathfinder Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Magnus Finnesand wrote:
I noticed that this box don't have the " second edition" mark in the corner like the 1st box. Is there a reason for that? Also, the old ones are called "Bestiary X box" and the 2nd ed is called "bestiary x, pawn collection". Is that how we now know which edition it belongs to? If that's the case, it's not very intuitive for new collectors like me.

Might just be that this is not the final picture. The « not final » picture for the Advanced Player’s Guide was also missing that « second edition » tag at the top, but the final product has it.

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Yep for some reason that's not the final cover pic. I'll see if we can get it updated.

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Jeff Alvarez wrote:
Yep for some reason that's not the final cover pic. I'll see if we can get it updated.

Sorry for the confusion. This is the final cover but these ARE the Pathfinder 2nd Edition pawns. We will be adding the 2E swipe to future printings and to the B3 pawns to help avoid confusion.


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just got this in the mail, was so excited until I noticed it didn't come in a box. Just some dust cover for it. Will this this be the norm from now on? Cause the boxes were really important in keeping these things organized.


Oh, wow. No more box?

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Baylin Storysong wrote:
just got this in the mail, was so excited until I noticed it didn't come in a box. Just some dust cover for it. Will this this be the norm from now on? Cause the boxes were really important in keeping these things organized.

Yes, aside from Bestiary 1 Pawns, these are all collections. This change allows us to reduce our costs and the MSRP by removing the box and bases and reduce our production time by more than a month (and made it a simpler process as well).


Jeff Alvarez wrote:
Baylin Storysong wrote:
just got this in the mail, was so excited until I noticed it didn't come in a box. Just some dust cover for it. Will this this be the norm from now on? Cause the boxes were really important in keeping these things organized.
Yes, aside from Bestiary 1 Pawns, these are all collections. This change allows us to reduce our costs and the MSRP by removing the box and bases and reduce our production time by more than a month (and made it a simpler process as well).

While I also use the boxes for storage, I do appreciate both the lower price and not having to buy unwanted bases.

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Pathfinder Adventure Path, Maps, Starfinder Maps Subscriber

I use 1-gallon zip shut bags for non-boxed pawn sets. It's not as neat and orderly of a shelf, but I don't have to deal with the box lid/bottom as I'm flipping though them either. I like the reduction in costs and time, but I'd really love to see these printed states side, even if the price was a little higher. Just my pair of coppers, take em or leave em.

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RobertTHEPerylous wrote:
I use 1-gallon zip shut bags for non-boxed pawn sets. It's not as neat and orderly of a shelf, but I don't have to deal with the box lid/bottom as I'm flipping though them either. I like the reduction in costs and time, but I'd really love to see these printed states side, even if the price was a little higher. Just my pair of coppers, take em or leave em.

We would be looking at a doubling of price if we moved the manufacturing to the states and that would spell the end of pawns.


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Wowzer. So when I open this up in my mail which is a total let down. The fact is I use the figures which means now I will end up needing a zip lock baggy to store them. No big deal but I sort of like to show off my collection! Way to go Paizo for charging me 40 bucks plus shipping for a massive dud! Maybe you should release a box for these or give the option at-least! You are making it almost easier for me to drop my subscriptions!

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Awakenevil wrote:
Way to go Paizo for charging me 40 bucks plus shipping for a massive dud!

Were the pawns blank?


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Well, for the lower price I plan to use some sheet protectors and binders to store these. Cost will come out the same/cheaper in the long run and IMHO will be much more functional to peruse, show-off, and actually use.

In other words, I invite the change for the lower cost.

Here's an example video I got the idea from

If you've already thrown away the cardboard sprues then some people use different type of protectors. Like business card pages for small/medium pawns. Here's a post on that


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I bought this for pawn storage. A bit expensive, but worth it IMO. I'll probably need a couple more eventually.


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The pawn for the Hamatula Devil has the art for the Osyluth devil on it. My guess is because the Osyluth art is on the same page as the beginning of the Hamatula entry.

Kind of a shame, the Hamatula art is reeeeeally good. But I guess I have an excuse to homebrew a bone... bat... scorpion... creature now?

Silver Crusade

Yes.

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