Pathfinder Iconic Heroes

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New icons of the realm means new heroes–whether vigilante heroes or mystic masters, this set has your back.

Pathfinder has some very cool heroes. And thanks to Paizo’s partnership with plastic perfectionists, WizKids, those amazing characters can take to the tabletop. There, they’ll cast spells and trigger traps with the beast of them.

Joking aside though, Wiz Kids makes some amazing minis–plastic models have come a long way, and these ones come ready to paint. Primed and ready for adventure, you might say. This batch of Iconic Heroes is heavily human, and features more psychics than you’d expect. Still though, you’ll not find a better pair of vigilantes this side of Gotham City.

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Pathfinder Iconic Heroes: Set #8 – $29.99

The newest product in the Pathfinder Battles line from Wizkids is now available for preorder!

Pathfinder Battles: Iconic Heroes Set #8 includes five all-new miniatures featuring legendary characters from the Pathfinder role-playing universe: Erasmus, Yoon, Mavaro, Estra, and a phantom! The Iconic Heroes is the latest set release in the award-winning Pathfinder Battles line of miniatures from Paizo Inc. and WizKids!

Characters featured in this set list include:

  • Zova, human shifter
  • Aric, human vigilante
  • The Red Raven, human vigilante
  • Meligaster, halfling mesmerist
  • Rivani, human psychic

We also have Starfinder Masterclass Miniatures available! These finely detailed resin miniatures allow Starfinder players discover a new future of wonder!

Happy Adventuring!

  • marxlives

    I like the fantasy Batman, very cool. Wizkids is putting out some great quality models and 5 fully painted great looking models for 30 bucks? If Wizkids ever decided to be a serious contender or other companies decided to pair up with them to do fully painted releases…well that would be a land based tabletop wargame with as much profits as X-Wing and Armada.

    • Red_Five_Standing_By

      I mean WizKids already makes the Star Trek and D&D versions of X-Wing, along with their own Heroclix game.

    • Kabal1te

      Wizkids did mage knight and d&d attack wing which both were fully painted land based (mostly in the case of d&d) tabletop war games. The problem is their games have always suffered from epic power creep. I played the heck out of early mage knight like conquest and unlimited. I even played the 2nd edition after the major rules revision. It was okay but it still collapsed under the weight of its own power creep.

      • marxlives

        That I what I heard from about Wizkids stuff, is the intentional power creep. If they were just licensed to make the minis and not the rules, i think there would be a balance there.

      • marxlives

        True, I really like Heroclix Mechwarrior until the power creep came in. It moved way faster than using the big sheets to track damage.

  • Luca Lacchini

    Are those renders or production models? Because I’ve been burned by Wizkids prepainted stuff made for Paizo.

    • Those are for sure renders. Their painted stuff is hot garbage. When I buy their stuff I prime it and repaint it.

      • Kabal1te

        What’s your answer to their tendency towards limp weapon syndrome?

        • Reapers stuff is way more likely to have that going on but it can happen with these too. I guess if you really wanted to you could fix it with a hair dryer. But you can always see in to the package to see which ones have bent weapons.