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Pathfinder Battles

Paizo's filling up your trick or treat bags early this month. You can head over to your LGS and get yourself new releases for Pathfinder, Pathfinder Battles, and Starfinder now. Need some new terrain? They've got it. New character options for your Pathfinder character? You bet. New Starfinder adventure? Sure, why not? Some new minis to represent your fiends and foes? Check.

Pathfinder Battles: Legendary Adventures, the next set for Pathfinder Battles from Paizo and WizKids are about to hit shelves. But that doesn't mean that there's not time for one more preview of what you'll be getting. This time around, they focus on some of the enemies that players will surely be facing off against when the set hits shelves. Let's take a look.

While it's not necessary to have a miniature that exactly represents your character on the tabletop, or the exact figure for the NPCs and monsters you're fighting, I always love to get them as close as possible. So, that's why I'm happy when new Pathfinder Battles sets come out. In this preview, we get a look at some of the figures coming in Legendary Adventures.

I wasn't initially sure if I should put this in a Terrain Corner or not, as it kinda crosses over. Paizo and WizKids have a new Pathfinder Battles set coming out soon called Legendary Adventures and if you get the premium set, you get yourself a goblin village as well.

I just recently got into a new RPG group. The game takes place in a whole new world I've never played in before, with players I've never gamed with before. So it'll be interesting to see how everything works out. The DM does use a gridded map for when we play, and brings out the minis for us to fight against. But with a game like that, it's always tough to find just the right mini. Well, that's where the plastic sets come in. In this case, WizKids has announced a new one. It's Pathfinder Battles: Jungle of Despair.
When I'm playing an RPG, I like to have the right miniature on the board to represent what the PCs are fighting. And I know my PCs like to have a mini that as closely as possible represents their character. As such, it's always good to have more options available. And that's what we're getting with Pathfinder Battles: Maze of Death. It's a new set of figures available from WizKids.
Whenever you sit down for your RPG session, you want to have the right minis for the right situation. At least, I do my best to always have the proper mini to represent the enemies and NPCs out there. "Yeah, it's all goblin minis, but they're really giant spiders" isn't as fun, if you ask me. Well, the folks at WizKids and Paizo feel much the same way. That's why they've come out with their Crown of Fangs miniatures set for Pathfinder Battles.
If you keep your teeth nice and sparkly-clean, maybe yours, too, can be added to the Crown of Fangs.
Ok, maybe that doesn't sound like something you should really aspire to. But nonetheless, Crown of Fangs is coming. It's a new Pathfinder Battles set from WizKids, and they've got a special case incentive deal going on for it, too.
Some of us love to paint. Some of us don't. Personally, I fall into the "don't" category, but I certainly can understand why others do enjoy it. For those that want to have your own RPG minis in the colors you want, you can now pick up the Pathfinder Battles Deep Cuts minis. They're unpainted, sort of like Reaper's Bones minis.
Just this last weekend, I got started with a new RPG group. When I RP, I like to use miniatures to represent the characters and monsters out on the board. As such, I've got a pretty big collection of various RPG minis in boxes. But I always find myself needing a few more, or something specific that I don't quite have yet. I'm guessing I'm not alone in experiencing that problem. Thankfully, WizKids has a new set of Pathfinder Battles minis coming out. This set's called Deadly Foes.