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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Preview: 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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Preview: Earth Myrmidon (71040)

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 5 resin parts.

Sculpted by Charles Woods

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Dragon Cultists (71034) Perview

The cult of the dragon leaders lurk in hidden temples while they prepare for the end of human civilization and the rise of a new ruler, the multi-headed dragon goddess, Tiamat.


Severin, keeper of the red dragon mask and the visionary leader of the cult, schemes to build a new dragon empire in Faerun. Varram, Severin’s friend, is awarded the honor of keeper of the white dragon mask. While Talis the half elf breaks with Severin to form her own alliance of cultists believing she is the rightful bearer of the white dragon mask. And finally there is Rezmir, this half black dragon is a formidable warrior to all of her foes.

Contains 4 unpainted, unassembled resin figures. 

DnD Spellcards Just Arrived

We are excited to tell you that our warehouses just received a new restock of our DnD Spellbook card decks. The card decks will be processed and dispatched by this weekend.

Rage of Demons

Dare to descend into the Underdark 

Fight alongside Drizzt Do’Urden in the new Dungeons & Dragons storyline on computer, console or tabletop this Fall.

 

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Preview: Gar Shatterkeel & Priest (71041)

Dour and morose, Gar Shatterkeel is the water prophet of Elemental Evil, and the leader of the Crushing Wave cult. He is embittered by a life of suffering at the hands of others—pirates killed his family when he was young, he was forced into servitude aboard a merchant ship, and then another band of pirates left him to die on the open sea, where he lost his arm to a shark. Gar has come to hate all humankind, and sees the elemental power of water as the only thing of value in his life.

Contains 2 unpainted, unassembled resin figures.

Scuplted by Georgio Bassani


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Preview: Water Myrmidon (71042)

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.

An In-Depth Look At How Dungeons & Dragons' New Miniatures Are Made

A new D&D adventure comes out on April 7th, pitting players against the forces of elemental evil in "Princes of the Apocalypse." Gale Force Nine gave us an exclusive look at the process of creating the miniatures being released to accompany the adventure, from concept art to completed mini.

Gale Force Nine will be releasing one elemental cult a month from April to June. The plastic minis come unpainted and do require some assembly. GF9 Creative Manager Matt Parkes walked us through the entire process.


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Peter Lee paints the Red Dragon.

Peter Lee embarks on his latest painting challenge the Gale Force Nine's D&D Red Dragon, and he is sharing his progress on both Twitter and Tumblr. Make sure you check back regularly to see his progress in painting this epic-sized model. I for one cannot wait to get started on my own! 

Check out the Tumblr Article here... 

Check out Peter Lee on Twitter @minipete here...

Order your very own Red Dragon here...

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