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D&D Icons of the Realms: Monster Menagerie in April

72287_Monster_Menagerie_Pkg2Building upon the success of its D&D Icons of the Realms series of miniatures, WizKids has announced the upcoming release of the D&D Icons of the Realms: Monster Menagerie series. In Monster Menagerie, the fourth set of randomly sorted monsters and heroes, you will find a vast array of challenges for your heroes to overcome. Face a variety of popular monsters from the D&D universe, including the Gelatinous Cube, Bulette and Displacer Beast. Summon allies to fight by your side, including five companions from Sword Coast Legends, the innovative RPG available on PC, Mac and Linux from n-Space and Digital Extremes!

  • Bryn Lightfingers
  • Hommet Shaw
  • Illydia Maethellyn
  • Jarhild Stoneforge
  • Larethar Gulgrin

TreantThese sets aren’t just worth checking out for Dungeons & Dragons fans, many of the figures wind up as releases for Dungeons & Dragons: Attack Wing, the miniature game also by Wizkids. Expect to see these on the tabletop in many ways.

On top of the boosters being released there is also a case intensive promotional figure, a Treant. That figure will retail for $39.99. Attack Wing does love its larger figures, so I’d expect this one to be released for that game eventually as well.

Collect all 45 D&D Icons of the Realms: Monster Menagerie miniatures arriving in North American retail on April 2016!

Unboxing: D&D Attack Wing: White Dragon

Wizkids‘ Wave 6 releases for their Dungeons & Dragons: Attack Wing have hit shelves. We open up and take a look at the White Dragon and see how it differs from the Ancient White Dragon which you could win during the first month of organized play.

You can order the White Dragon and add him to your forces now!

 

 

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Unboxing: D&D Attack Wing: Dwarf Fighter

Wizkids‘ Wave 6 releases for their Dungeons & Dragons: Attack Wing have hit shelves. We open up and take a look at the Dwarf Fighter. Dwarves get their second release for the game.

You can order the Dwarf Fighter now and add him to your forces!

 

 

 

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Unboxing: D&D Attack Wing: Water Cult Warrior

Wizkids‘ Wave 6 releases for their Dungeons & Dragons: Attack Wing have hit shelves. We open up and take a look at the Water Cult Warrior. The figure has some interesting cards that come with it, and absolutely adds a new interesting aspect to the game!

You can purchase the Water Cult Warrior and add him to your forces now!

 

 

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D&D Attack Wing Wave Eleven Details

dnd_attack_wing_wave_elevenWizkids has announced what we can expect in the eleventh wave release for their game D&D Attack Wing. The release will feature the standard three releases and will include a Gold Dwarf Cleric which will retail for $14.99, an Elven Darkenbeast which will retail for $19.99, and a Copper Dragon which will retail for $19.99 and should be out in September.

Clerics are one of the main classes when it comes to Dungeons & Dragons and the Dwarf Cleric is just a classic when it comes to roleplaying games. So much so that one comes as a pre-generated character in the Dungeons & Dragons starter set. When it comes to the Dwarves, their clerics are intermediaries between the mortal world and the distant planes of the gods and they embody their role and domain. Expect this character to deal a lot with healing and blessing. Expect a tough, and slow character, to use to help heal the rest of your forces.

Not a whole lot is known about the Elven Darkenbeast. The creature seems to be playing a decent role in the next D&D campaign, Elemental Evil. From a lot of searching, I found some reference dealing with a spellcaster named Tresk summoning one during a battle with Liriel Baenre, a rogue drow mage, fighter, and magic user. In general though, the Darkenbeast is a normal animal that’s been magically transformed into a savage beast. They fight with either their fangs or a combo of their fangs and claws, so expect some options there, probably through card upgrades. They are generally summoned by a mage and given telepathic direction. It could be cool if this was the case here, with some bonus due to their ability to not having to check morale. They also have a weakness to light.

The Copper Dragon we’ve seen before in the main set, so we’ll see how the Blue Dragon differs in Wave 7.

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