Preview of Graz'zt (71047)

Known as the Prince of Pleasure, Graz’zt is a creature of debauchery and desire who strives to accumulate more power. He delights in ostentatious finery and pageantry, sating his decadent desires with subjects and consorts alike. He particularly relishes the spectacle of a self-indulgent person’s life collapsing into ruin.

Preview of Zuggtmoy (71046)

Zuggtmoy’s only desire is to infect and control living creatures, bending them to her will and using them to spread her spores. Zuggtmoy’s cultists follow her unwittingly. Most are fungi-infused to some degree, whether through inhaling her mind-controlling spores or being transformed to the point where flesh and fungus become one. Such cultists are walking fungal extensions of Zuggtmoy’s will.

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Heroes Of Neverwinter (71027)

Left a desolate ruin after a supernatural cataclysm, Neverwinter rises from the ashes to reclaim its title as Jewel of the North. Yet even as its citizens return and rebuild, hidden forces pursue their own goals and vendettas–any one of which could tear the city apart. Enter our heroes, the bold figher Knox, the devout cleric Celeste, the daring rogue Xuna, and the mysterious tiefling wizard Makos. These heroes strive together to protect the once proud city and strike out against the forces of evil.

Dracolich (71033)

Even as long-lived as they are, all dragons must eventually die. This thought doesn’t sit well with many dragons, some of which allow themselves to be transformed by necromantic energy and ancient rituals into powerful dracoliches. A dracolich retains its shape and size upon transforming, its skin and scales drawing tight to its bones or sloughing away to leave a skeletal form behind. Its eyes appear as glowing points of light floating in shadowy sockets, hinting at the malevolence of its undead mind.

Contains 14 resin pieces.


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Gar Shatterkeel & Water Priest painting guide

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Gar Shatterkeel and Water Priest assembly guide

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Vanifer & Fire Priest (71037)

Vanifer is the fire prophet of the Elder Elemental Eye, and the leader of the Cult of the Eternal Flame. Vanifer’s rough childhood has hardened her heart against others. The word is a corrupt, painful place, she thinks, and the only way to cleanse it is with flame.

Her ruthless ambition and practiced manipulation has enabled her to establish the fledgling fire cult under the noses of those in Little Calimshan, who only see her as a simple dance instructor.

Contains 2 unpainted, unassembled resin figures.

Scuplted by Georgio Bassani.

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Fire Myrmidon (71038)

Elemental myrmidons are elementals conjured and bound by magic into ritually created suits of plate armor. In this form, they possess no recollection of their former existence as free elementals. They exist only to follow the commands of their creators.

Contains 6 resin parts.

Sculpted by Charles Woods.

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Daniel Gelon paints the Earth Myrmidon - Part 1

Dan Gelon, Digital Art Director for Dungeons & Dragons, celebrates the Elemental Evil storyline by painting Gale Force Nine’s four elemental myrmidons. In this first of a series of time-lapse movies, he begins prepping the Earth Myrmidon.

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Marlos Urnrayle & Priest (71039)

Marlos Urnrayle is the earth prophet of the Elder Elemental Eye, and the leader of the Cult of the Black Earth. He was once a vain and cruel human nobleman who turned to a magical ring to preserve his beauty. The ring transformed Urnrayle into a medusa and drove him mad. He delights in petrifying his foes—especially those of great physical beauty—and smashing all but their horrified faces to rubble. He leaves their faces intact so he can revel in their expressions of surprise and terror.

Contains 2 unpainted, unassembled resin figures.

Sculpted by Giorgio Bassani.

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