Pathfinder Bones: Jabberwock

Pathfinder Bones: Jabberwock

Product #RPR89016

Regular Price: $14.99

Special Price: $12.29

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Manufacturer: Reaper

Created in partnership with Paizo Publishing, Pathfinder Miniatures are 25mm gaming figurines based on the creatures and personalities of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. With dozens of beautiful sculpts already in production and more releasing every month, Pathfinder Miniatures bring the world of Pathfinder to life on your tabletop!

The Bones material is a polymer plastic. It is light-weight and slightly flexible, and is very durable. You can paint a Bones figure straight out of the package, and that paint job will also be pretty durable. Bones figures are as detailed as metal figures, for a much lower cost. Bones miniatures are produced with integral (built-in) bases, but it is easy to cut the miniature off of the base if you prefer to put it on something else. It is also easy to cut the figures apart to convert them into different poses or change weapons.


25mm Heroic Scale Fantasy Miniatures

Integral Bases

Polymer Models

Miniatures are supplied unpainted. Preparation and assembly may be required.


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Good price for a large and crazy monster, but needs some extra basing work to make it stable and to stand up on its own.
If you're willing to put a bit more work into it, this is a great deal, but the buyer should be warned that the soft plastic "Bonesium" used for this model DOES NOT hold up this big model very well with its overly-dramatic forward-leaning pose, and the thin ankle attached to the base. This model NEEDS to be put on a larger base to better distribute the weight, AND it needs a sturdy support for the main body -- e.g., a piece of rod, or perhaps a piece of terrain (tree, rock, etc.) of more solid material to rest against the torso. Otherwise, it eventually sags under its own weight.

THAT SAID, it's a wonderful depiction of the Jabberwock -- whether you want something for Pathfinder, or you want to replicate the goofy look of a Wonderland monster. There's plenty of detail and character, and, given how fanciful the creature is (and all the original artwork was in black-and-white), plenty of options for ways to paint it up. Just don't expect it to be usable as-is straight out of the package or with just some basic paint.
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Review by Jordan on 11/15/2018