Pathfinder Miniatures Iconic Heroes Set 1
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Iconic Heroes is the latest release in the Pathfinder Battles series of pre-painted plastic miniatures from WizKids Games and Paizo Publishing.
Iconic Heroes Set I includes six all-new miniatures featuring legendary characters from the Pathfinder role-playing universe: Valeros, Seelah, Seoni, Sajan, Lini and her animal companion, Droogami! Each of these miniatures is an ALLNEW sculpt and will feature a dynamic pose, incredible detail and a premium paint job. Characters featured in this Set List include:
- Valeros, Iconic Fighter
- Seelah, Iconic Paladin
- Seoni, Iconic Sorcerer
- Sajan, Iconic Monk
- Lini, Iconic Druid
- Droogami, Snow Leopard Animal Companion
Each Iconic Heroes Box Set also includes EXCLUSIVE “Boon Cards” (one for each miniature) for use in the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game! These special Boon Cards are only available in this Pathfinder Battles product!
Condition: These are brand new.
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Iconic Heroes is the latest release in the Pathfinder Battles series of pre-painted plastic miniatures from WizKids and Paizo Inc.
Pathfinder Battles: Iconic Heroes Set 1
Iconic Heroes Set I includes six all-new miniatures featuring legendary characters from thePathfinder roleplaying universe: Valeros, Seelah, Seoni, Sajan, Lini and her animal companion,Droogami! Each of these miniatures is an ALL-NEW sculpt and will feature a dynamic pose, incredible detail and a premium paint job.
|Release Date||January 2015|
|Game Time||2+ Hrs|
Each Iconic Heroes Set also includes EXCLUSIVE “Boon Cards” (one for each miniature) for use in the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game! These special Boon Cards are only available in this Pathfinder Battlesproduct!
All Characters – Set 1
Valeros was born on a quiet farm in Andoran, where he grew up listening to the tales of traveling merchants and soldiers and dreaming of adventure and exploration. Though this longing only increased as he grew older, so too did the demands of helping his aging parents run the farm, and slowly but surely the mounting responsibilities of agricultural life quashed any possibility of travel or seeing the world. Finally, just a month before a marriage of convenience to a local farmer’s daughter could lock him into place (but not before he’d sampled a few of the joys of married life), Valeros came to the realization that the door to a storybook life of adventure was at last closing for good. Seized by a sudden, desperate need for a larger life than cattle and corn, Valeros packed quietly and left in the middle of the night with no more than a change of clothes, some pilfered food, and an old axe handle to discourage any ruffians who might seek to divest him of either. It was to become a theme that would follow him for the rest of his life.
Although still viewed by many theologians and traditionalists as a newcomer to the world’s faiths, Iomedae the Inheritor seems poised for greatness among the divine. Certainly her numerous orders of paladins have risen swiftly to take on the vaunted role of paragon in many societies. Evangelical in their exuberance to spread word of her wisdom, Iomedae’s missionaries were pivotal in the defense during the fabled Siege of Solku. They sacrificed their lives saving the town from gnoll slavers, and although none of them survived the siege, their presence lived on. Particularly in the eyes of young Seelah.
A member of the wanderers known as Varisians, Seoni wears the magical markings of her culture in the elaborate tattoos that crisscross her body. But her path was not to be the path of tradition. A caravan master’s daughter who spent much of her youth traveling, she was expected to one day either lead her own caravan or perhaps develop a talent for reading the harrow, the fortune-telling cards of her people. One night, while her family camped at the edge of the mysterious Lurkwood, young Seoni wandered out of sight of her people’s cooking fires. There she found a great white tree, its ancient roots twisted around a ring of rune-carved stone. As she investigated, the tree’s bark fell away, revealing elaborate symbols and images that related a brief tale—that of her own short life. Seoni fled, but returned with her kin soon after to find nothing more than a normal old tree and a strange rock.
Birthed to parents of the padaprajna caste of warriors in beautiful Vudra, Sajan Gadadvara and his twin sister Sajni learned to hold a temple sword before they could walk. Strict padaprajna discipline forged a tight bond between the twins, who spent even their infrequent times of rest together, practicing the latest martial techniques taught to them. On their twelfth birthday, the twins were forcefully separated: Sajan went to live with the fighting men of the ghana padaprajna, while Sajni joined the battling women of the sastra padaprajna. Despite their separation, the twins continued to meet when they could, sparring and joking as they had in their childhoods.
Snow Leopard Animal Companion
In her many explorations and journeys, Lini encountered numerous large animal predators, with whom she seemed to possess a certain affinity. More than once, Lini’s traveling companions or enclave came under threat from some great bear or razor-clawed cat, but with a series of soothing noises and precise motions Lini always tamed the beast and sent it on its way.