D&D Icons of the Realms: Classic Creatures Now Available From WizKids

I love to use minis when doing my RPGs. It gives everyone a sense of where people are in the encounters, as well as can help make things feel a bit more “real.” What I hate is when I have to use the wrong mini for something because I don’t have the right one. Or you’ve got several that all look the same and you mix up which is which. Well, WizKids is here to help, as they’ve released their D&D Icons of the Realms: Classic Creatures set. This brings a bunch of baddies to your tabletops with new sculpts to help them stand out from previous iterations.

From the release:

Add the approximately 4″ tall, two-headed classic Demogorgon to your Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game and hypnotize adventurers like never before. Or surprise your party with a gigantic purple worm, hungry and ready to make any creature its next meal.

The D&D Icons of the Realms: Classic Creatures Box Set commemorates the original fantasy roleplaying game that kicked off the entire industry.

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  • Peat Moss

    what a kindergarden paint job……what has happened…to the days of yore D&D prepaints to now????? is there no quality control……yeesh or is the kindergardeners now painting……never mind the sculptures…..thats another issue

    • Andy Meechan

      How much are you willing to pay for your models?

      • Red Menace

        I’m not willing to pay for these – over 60 bucks for 9 plastic figures. Seems crazy to me.

        • DB

          And four of those figures are orcs (archer and not-archer) and sahuagin (mystic and not-mystic).

          Demogorgon is iconic, I guess, but won’t get much play.

          Meh. Just meh.

    • Davos Seaworth

      The sad truth is: Even in their heyday, pre-painted minis always looked terrible.

  • Ghool

    I wonder when Disney is going to acquire D&D?
    Then we might see some good pre-paints for once. 😛