Hard to believe it has been over a year since the last post.
Anyway, I received my miniatures from the Pathfinder Online Kickstarter. Surprised me when I got them, as I had totally forgotten about them.
Interesting that one of them is clearly Happs Bydon from the Kingmaker Adventure Path
I received 128 miniatures. Out of the 61 small, medium and large miniatures in in the set, I received at least one of everything, except for Jaagrath Kreeg. Paizo didn’t promise a 100% chance of getting one of each, so I can’t complain. Missing just one isn’t that bad.
Overall, this is very nice set of miniatures. Some comments on specific minis and very minor quibbles:
One of the Orik Vancaskerkin minis came loose from the base when I unpackaged it. One of the Forgefiends on had one foot attached to its base. Fortunately, this was all easily correctable with a little glue.
I initially mistook the Yeth Hounds for Goblin Dogs; while the miniatures are different the color is identical. The might have added spots or something to one of them or colored them differently.
One of the Shalelu Andosana minis has a Bugbear Hero base. When I first looked at it, I thought, “That is one funny looking bugbear.”
I think the best looking of the bunch are the Ogre Brutes. These are gorgeously detailed and colored.
The Stone Golem’s face looks more like that of an undead creature. I think this could easily double for a flesh golem.
All of the Large miniatures are exquisitely molded, but a lot of them could use more color: the Stone Giant, Stone Giant Champion, Dire Bear and Yeti are almost monochromatic. The Forgefiend is pretty much single-colored too, but transparent amber-like center and incredible molding more than make up for that.