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Beginner Box
Beginner Box
PZO7110
(Book)
Author(s) Joe Pasini, Owen K.C. Stephens, Amanda Hamon Kunz, and Rob McCreary
Publisher Paizo Inc.
Price Print: $39.99
PDF: $9.99
Released April 24, 2019
Type Core
Binding PDF, box with books
Rules set SFRPG
Series Starfinder Roleplaying Game
Follows Alien Archive 2
Precedes Alien Archive 3
Artwork from Beginner Box

Starfinder Beginner Box, a Starfinder Roleplaying Game boxed set by Joe Pasini, Owen K.C. Stephens, Amanda Hamon Kunz, and Rob McCreary, was released on April 24, 2019.

Explore the Galaxy!Launch into an exciting universe of science fantasy adventure with the Starfinder Beginner Box! Create and customize your own futuristic hero to play through challenging adventures and action-packed battles against dangerous foes! With streamlined rules, this deluxe boxed set is the ideal introduction to the Starfinder Roleplaying Game, an imaginative tabletop roleplaying game for 2-7 players. Welcome to the best launchpad for a lifetime of pulse-pounding adventure among the stars—the only limit is your imagination!

The Starfinder Beginner Box has everything you need to get started:

  • A 96-page Heroes' Handbook, detailing character creation and general rules for playing the game, plus a short solo adventure
  • A 96-page Game Master's Guide containing an adventure, alien adversaries, and advice on how to create your own science fantasy tales
  • A complete set of seven polyhedral dice
  • More than 80 full-color pawns depicting diverse heroes and aliens
  • 24 plastic pawn bases
  • Six pregenerated character sheets to throw you right into the action
  • Six blank character sheets to record the abilities of your custom-made hero
  • Six player aid cards for quick rules references
  • A durable, reusable, double-sided Flip-Mat play surface that works with any kind of marker


The following pawns are included in the Starfinder Beginner Box:

Note: Certain pawns that normally are small-sized are medium-sized ("Gray", "Space Goblins" or "Ysoki", etc.) and certain large-sized pawns are medium-sized (like "Sarcesian").

Medium Size Pawns (84 in total):

  • Aeon Guard (2)
  • Akata (1)
  • Android (5 different pawns)
  • Antacite (1)
  • Assembly Ooze (1)
  • Asteroid Louse (1)
  • Barathu (1)
  • Bone Trooper (1)
  • Contemplative (1)
  • Cybernetic Zombie (2)
  • Dragonkin (1)
  • Drow (1)
  • Electrovore (2)
  • Evil Envoy (1)
  • Evil Mechanic (1)
  • Evil Mystic (1)
  • Evil Operative (1)
  • Evil Soldier (1)
  • Evil Technomancer (1)
  • Formian (1)
  • Gang Tough (3 - 2 different pawns)
  • Garaggakal (1)
  • Gray (1)
  • Hesper (1)
  • Human (3 different pawns)
  • Iseph - Android Operative (1)
  • Kasatha (1)
  • Keskodai - Shirren Mystic (1)
  • Khefak (2)
  • Lashunta (3 different images)
  • Living Hologram (1)
  • Maraquoi (1)
  • Mi-Go (1)
  • Navasi - Human Envoy (1)
  • Obozaya - Vesk Soldier (1)
  • Observer Robot (1)
  • Orocoran (1)
  • Perathi (1)
  • Quig - Ysoki Mechanic (1)
  • Raia - Lashunta Technomancer (1)
  • Ruthig (1)
  • Ryphorian (1)
  • Sarcesian (1)
  • Security Guard (3 - 2 different pawns)
  • Security Robot (1)
  • Sharpwing (1)
  • Shirren (5 different pawns)
  • Skittermander (1)
  • Space Goblin Honchohead (1)
  • Space Goblin Zaperator (4)
  • Space Pirate (3 - 2 different pawns)
  • Swarm Corrovox (1)
  • Verthani (1)
  • Vesk (3 different pawns)
  • Ysoki (3 different pawns)

Large Pawns (3 in total):

  • Crest Eater (1)
  • Ksarik (1)
  • Robot Dragon (1)