Pathfinder Abomination Vaults Pawn Collection

Pathfinder Abomination Vaults Pawn Collection

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Dungeon denizens from the Abomination Vaults Adventure Path are ready to rise from the depths and face your players on the tabletop! The Abomination Vaults Pawn Collection features more than 150 creature pawns for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game or any tabletop fantasy RPG! Printed on sturdy cardstock, each pawn presents a beautiful full-color image of a monster or NPC from the Abomination Vaults campaign, including creepy aberrations, sneaky hunters, subterranean horrors, and cautious allies that might spell the difference between victory and death in the darkness! The Abomination Vaults Pawn Collection, together with the creatures and bases from the Pathfinder Bestiary Pawn Box collection or the Pathfinder Pawns Base Assortment, provides pawns for nearly all Abominations Vaults encounters. Each cardstock pawn slots into a size-appropriate plastic base from any of the Bestiary Box collections, making the pawns easy to mix with traditional metal or plastic miniatures. With tons of distinct images, the Abomination Vaults Pawn Collection brings to life the enemies and allies from all three adventures of the Abomination Vaults Adventure Path.

The enemies and allies of the Abomination Vaults Adventure Path fill the mega-dungeon right on your tabletop! Each sports its own abbreviation and identification number for easy sorting. The Abomination Vaults Pawn Collection includes:

Small (and Smaller)

  1. Azvalvigander
  2. Beluthus
  3. Boss Skrawng
  4. Child of Belcorra (4)
  5. Crawling Hand
  6. Bodak Deep Gnome (3)
  1. Devil, Zebub
  2. Dread Wisp (4)
  3. Elder Child of Belcorra
  4. Elemental, Sod Hound (2)
  5. Flickerwisp (4)
  1. Gibtas Bounder (2)
  2. Mister Beak
  3. Mitflit (2)
  4. Morlock Scavenger (4)
  5. Ryta
  6. Sacuishu
  1. Spider, Dream
  2. Szek
  3. Tangletop
  4. Will-o'-Wisp (3)
  5. Zozzlarin

Medium

  1. Aller Rosk
  2. Augrael
  3. Barbazu Drill Sergeant
  4. Barcumbuk
  5. Basilisk
  6. Belcorra Haruvex
  7. Bloodsiphon
  8. Bright Walker (2)
  9. Caliddo Haruvex
  10. Caligni Defender (5)
  11. Caligni Stalker (5)
  12. Canker Cultist (2)
  13. Carman Rajani
  14. Chafkhem
  15. Chandriu Invisar
  16. Corpselight (4)
  17. Cratonys
  18. Devil, Erinyes
  1. Drow Cavern Seer (2)
  2. Drow Hunter (4)
  3. Drow Shootist (2)
  4. Drow Warden (6)
  5. Dulac
  6. Fleshwarp, Dreshkan (4)
  7. Fleshwarp, Grothlut (5)
  8. Fleshwarp, Mulventok (2)
  9. Freznelkesh
  10. Galudu
  11. Ghoul (2)
  12. Ghoul, Ghast (3)
  13. Graulgust
  14. Gulzash
  15. Iribo
  16. Jarelle Kaldrian
  17. Jaul Mezmin
  18. Korlok
  19. Khurfel
  1. Kragala
  2. Majordomo
  3. Mimic
  4. Mimnivix
  5. Morlock Engineer (2)
  6. Murmur
  7. Murschen
  8. Nhakazarin
  9. Nhimbaloth's Cutter (4)
  10. Nox
  11. Nyzuros
  12. Padli
  13. Quara Orshendiel
  14. Salaisa Malthulas
  15. Scalathrax (2)
  16. Shadow
  17. Shanrigol Heap (3)
  18. Siora Fallowglade
  1. Skeleton Guard (3)
  2. Specter (5)
  3. Squabbling Poltergeist (2)
  4. Urdefhan Blood Mage
  5. Urdefhan Death Scout (2)
  6. Urdefhan Lasher (3)
  7. Urdefhan Tormentor (2)
  8. Urdefhan Warrior (8)
  9. Urevian
  10. Vaulgrist
  11. Violet Fungus
  12. Vischari
  13. Voidglutton
  14. Volluk Azrinae
  15. Wight, Cairn
  16. Witchfire Warden
  17. Yrorix
  18. Ysondkhelir
  19. Zombie Shambler

Large

  1. Belcorra Golem
  2. Chuul
  3. Daemon, Ceustodaemon (3)
  4. Deadly Puffball, Dragon's Blood (2)
  5. Deadly Puffall, Reaper Skull (2)
  1. Dhuthorex, Deepwater (2)
  2. Elemental, Magma Scorpion (3)
  3. Fleshwarp, Ghonhatine
  4. Gibtanius
  5. Gug
  1. Jafaki
  2. Lallizanx
  3. Lizard, Giant Frilled (4)
  4. Ooze, Ochre Jelly
  5. Seugathi Guard
  1. Seugathi Researcher
  2. Urthagul
  3. Vethris
  4. Viscous Black Pudding
  5. Voidbracken Chuul (3)

Huge

  1. Bone Gladiator
  1. Hydra
  1. Skeleton, Skeletal Hulk
  1. Dhuthorex, Dread (2)

ISBN-13: 978-1-64078-338-6

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Update This product is going to include a few more pawn sheets than initially intended, therefore the price has increase just a bit to reflect those changes. The correct price is now $24.99. Thank you for your understanding!


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If only this and other pawn collections could be out closers to release of AP1 so GMs running it don't have to use rando minis for the (Insert Spoiler for Creature Here) in the AP1-AP3. I get why it has to come out after, but why 3 months after the final AP hits streets? The last AP of the Ruby Tournament will be out when the pawns for AP1-3 finally reach GM hands. *Types this as he packs up his current paper pawns for session 1 of Gauntlight with a frowny face*

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TAVelcro wrote:
If only this and other pawn collections could be out closers to release of AP1 so GMs running it don't have to use rando minis for the (Insert Spoiler for Creature Here) in the AP1-AP3. I get why it has to come out after, but why 3 months after the final AP hits streets? The last AP of the Ruby Tournament will be out when the pawns for AP1-3 finally reach GM hands. *Types this as he packs up his current paper pawns for session 1 of Gauntlight with a frowny face*

Thanks for your input. We can't make pawns until the art on the last volume is final. We have not found the solution, yet.


Aaron Shanks wrote:
TAVelcro wrote:
If only this and other pawn collections could be out closers to release of AP1 so GMs running it don't have to use rando minis for the (Insert Spoiler for Creature Here) in the AP1-AP3. I get why it has to come out after, but why 3 months after the final AP hits streets? The last AP of the Ruby Tournament will be out when the pawns for AP1-3 finally reach GM hands. *Types this as he packs up his current paper pawns for session 1 of Gauntlight with a frowny face*
Thanks for your input. We can't make pawns until the art on the last volume is final. We have not found the solution, yet.

Ya, i've read that answer before and understand. But the art for Abomination vaults is finished at end of march, right? Why a late june release? The art for the phoenix tourney would be finished then too. Or is the pawn collection for abomination vaults also include the Ruby tourney AP?

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The specific art has to be selected and chosen from and then sent off to the printers, printed, and then shipped back, they’re probably operating on a short a turn around as they’re comfortable with.


No Morlock Cultist art eh?


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Could these pawns ever be released as official token packs for VTTS such as Foundry VTT? I know you've been releasing the bounties on there, which is awesome! I'd love to be able to get official token packs for the Adventure Paths.

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MrDaso wrote:
Could these pawns ever be released as official token packs for VTTS such as Foundry VTT? I know you've been releasing the bounties on there, which is awesome! I'd love to be able to get official token packs for the Adventure Paths.

It is possible. VTT support, that is not via licensed partners, is a new landscape that the pandemic pushed us onto. Adapting will take a good deal of time, planning and budgeting. The vast majority of our resources go into creating print products or convenient PDFs. Once we create such tokens, how would we protect them from theft? Who creates them? Do we hire another full-time member of the art team? How do we price them? Do we give them away as part of a subscriber benefit? do we give them away for free as part of the marketing budget? Are they part of a larger Adventure Path package? What’s the price of that? Wheels are turning. We’ll get back to you. ;)


Aaron Shanks wrote:
It is possible. VTT support, that is not via licensed partners, is a new landscape that the pandemic pushed us onto. Adapting will take a good deal of time, planning and budgeting. The vast majority of our resources go into creating print products or convenient PDFs. Once we create such tokens, how would we protect them from theft? Who creates them? Do we hire another full-time member of the art team? How do we price them? Do we give them away as part of a subscriber benefit? do we give them away for free as part of the marketing budget? Are they part of a larger Adventure Path package? What’s the price of that? Wheels are turning. We’ll get back to you. ;)

All very valid questions on your end. Thanks for the reply. Keeping my fingers crossed you guys figure it all out.


Aaron Shanks wrote:
MrDaso wrote:
Could these pawns ever be released as official token packs for VTTS such as Foundry VTT? I know you've been releasing the bounties on there, which is awesome! I'd love to be able to get official token packs for the Adventure Paths.
It is possible. VTT support, that is not via licensed partners, is a new landscape that the pandemic pushed us onto. Adapting will take a good deal of time, planning and budgeting. The vast majority of our resources go into creating print products or convenient PDFs. Once we create such tokens, how would we protect them from theft? Who creates them? Do we hire another full-time member of the art team? How do we price them? Do we give them away as part of a subscriber benefit? do we give them away for free as part of the marketing budget? Are they part of a larger Adventure Path package? What’s the price of that? Wheels are turning. We’ll get back to you. ;)

I think you just need to add another PDF with higher resolution images for that, there's tools for create tokens with the image like tokenizer foundryvtt module or token stamp 2 website, the problem with the current PDF which goal is to print the tokens I guess its the resolution.

Thats my opinion and I guess there will be more like me, we dont need to buy a online accesory to import and then, there're the images on our vtt which its a heavy work for you cause u will need to made a system to do that in more than 1 system and after that we will need to select the token and add the image so for that we can give a few seconds more and use some of that tools that I mentioned at the beggining

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Danscath wrote:
Aaron Shanks wrote:
MrDaso wrote:
Could these pawns ever be released as official token packs for VTTS such as Foundry VTT? I know you've been releasing the bounties on there, which is awesome! I'd love to be able to get official token packs for the Adventure Paths.
It is possible. VTT support, that is not via licensed partners, is a new landscape that the pandemic pushed us onto. Adapting will take a good deal of time, planning and budgeting. The vast majority of our resources go into creating print products or convenient PDFs. Once we create such tokens, how would we protect them from theft? Who creates them? Do we hire another full-time member of the art team? How do we price them? Do we give them away as part of a subscriber benefit? do we give them away for free as part of the marketing budget? Are they part of a larger Adventure Path package? What’s the price of that? Wheels are turning. We’ll get back to you. ;)

I think you just need to add another PDF with higher resolution images for that, there's tools for create tokens with the image like tokenizer foundryvtt module or token stamp 2 website, the problem with the current PDF which goal is to print the tokens I guess its the resolution.

Thats my opinion and I guess there will be more like me, we dont need to buy a online accesory to import and then, there're the images on our vtt which its a heavy work for you cause u will need to made a system to do that in more than 1 system and after that we will need to select the token and add the image so for that we can give a few seconds more and use some of that tools that I mentioned at the beggining

The higher the resolution, the easier they are to replicate illegally. But, we have a team working on this.


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I ordered it but I am disappointed that the pawns or figures I most likely would not have in my collect (giant flies for instance) are not represented. You would figure the more unique monsters would get preferential treatment. If I wanted common monsters I would get the bestiary pawns


Aaron Shanks wrote:
The higher the resolution, the easier they are to replicate illegally. But, we have a team working on this.

With all due respect, AI upscaling has largely rendered this thinking antiquated. All it is likely to accomplish is inconveniencing customers, which rarely ends well.

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