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.

Check out the full article here...

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...

Air Myrmidon (71044)

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 3 resin parts. 

Sculpted by Charles Woods

Check out the spotlight for the Air Myrmidon (71044) here...

Aerisi Kalinoth & Air Priest (71043)

Aerisi Kalinoth is the air prophet of the Elder Elemental Eye and leader of the Cult of the Howling Hatred. Tall and slender, with dark hair and (illusory) dark-feathered wings that gently fan the air, Aerisi Kalinoth speaks to her people in a whisper that belies her violent temper—a temper that reveals itself whenever she is denied. 

Contains 2 unpainted, unassembled resin figures. 

Sculpted by Giorgio Bassani

Check out the spotlight for Aerisi Kalinoth & Air Priest here...

Node Plays D&D 5th Edition

What happens when Node gets together and plays DnD 5th Edition?? Epicness that’s what, with awesome quotable moments like, "I feel better, but my legs are still backwards" and "Divination it’s like, it’s like... divine!" you know you watching some awesome DnD action. 

Find links to Node's "Call of the Wild" episodes below

Episode 1 
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6 



New Elemental Evil DM Screen and Cards

The Dungeon Masters Screen is the perfect companion for running the Princes of the Apocalypse adventure.
The Elemental Spell Cards are incredibly detailed with visual references telling players what class can add them to their spell books. 

Check out the Elemental Evil DM screen here...
Check out the Elemental  Spellbook Cards here...

Red Dragon (71010)

Often regarded as the archetypal evil dragon, red dragons are arrogant tyrants and see themselves as kings and emperors. They prefer mountainous terrain, badlands, and any other locale where they can perch high and survey their domain. They are also the most covetous of the true dragons, and tirelessly seek to increase their treasure hoard.

Contains 13 resin pieces.

Check out the Red Dragon here...

A Closer Look At The Red Dragon (71010)

I can feel it in the wind, I can taste it in the water, something is coming... Something big, something terrifyingly huge. I have heard the sounds of its massive wings in my dreams, I have felt the heat of it’s fiery breath graze my mind’s eye, and so I have come to you Sire, with my urgent warning "The red dragon is coming!" 

For a closer look click here...


This week we look at what is coming up in our Dungeons and Dragons Collector’s Series range, we talk about the new elemental model range, DM screen and new spell cards. It is an exciting time for Dungeons and Dragons and we are looking forward to sharing all the new products from the Temple of Elemental Evil. 

Read more about these new and exciting releases here…

D&D Adventurers League

The Adventurers League is a fun and interesting way to play. It uses all the 5th edition rules. You can play D&D Adventurers League games at any place that features adventures bearing the D&D Adventurers League logo, in which you can bring your league characters into any supported Adventurers League game.

Check out the D&D site for the full Details and how you can join the D&D Adventurers League…