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We like to use minis even when playing the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game rather than cards as our tokens, so I went ahead and got the metal versions of the minis for S&S that we aren't getting in Bonesium for Bones II. Fun to paint, even if Pathfinder minis are always about finding some buckle, strap, knick-knack or other that you missed. Lirianne has a bit of a head-size issue that has been previously well documented, but I'm definitely not able to sculpt a fix myself (still working on sculpting, but slowly, a face is way out of my league). 

 

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Nicely done on all 3 of these and I see what you mean about that head, I am painting the war priest myself right now and we almost have the same color selection. Btw what is pathfinder, I thought it was a D&D based RPG but you mentioned it was a card game?

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Nicely done on all 3 of these and I see what you mean about that head, I am painting the war priest myself right now and we almost have the same color selection. Btw what is pathfinder, I thought it was a D&D based RPG but you mentioned it was a card game?

 

Pathfinder is a whole bunch of products produced by Paizo, but the main product is a pencil and paper RPG, yes. The Pathfinder Adventure Card Game is a great game based in the same world with the same iconic heroes, etc, but scaled down to a persistent deck building game that takes about 1/2 hour to an hour tops to play a module.

 

The stories aren't as in depth (I believe intentionally so that they do not spoil anything from the RPG), but the game is really fun.

 

EDIT: Really, the issue with Lirianne is mostly neck-length, not head size (though the head is small for a mini). But that neck is like 2-3 times the length a normal neck is.

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Smart move. I don't have my copy of S&S yet. When the BGG forum dies down, could you post there which miniatures we need for which characters, and which ones will be available in Bonesium? Thanks!

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