Black Viper (71072)

The Black Viper was a notorious burglar, pickpocket, mugger, and assassin who died a century ago, after a long and nefarious career.

 

Lady Esvele Rosznarm a brash young noblewoman, has recently adopted the Black Viper’s persona to lead a secret life of crime. Like many other nobles, Esvele gossips about the Black Viper’s exploits to lend credence to the villain’s mystique.

Sculpted by Matt Bickley

Contains 2 resin pieces.

Black Viper

Black Viper
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Black Viper

Black Viper 

 


Jarlaxle Baenre (71070)

Jarlaxle is a flamboyant, swashbuckling drow iconoclast. He leads a renegade drow faction called Bregan D’aerthe, made up of disenfranchised male drow, most of them culled from destroyed or disgraced houses.

 

Gifted with a sharp mind, a sense of humor, puissant skill with a blade, and a wealth of useful magic items, Jarlaxle infiltrated the city of Luskan, brought a kind of order to its lawlessness, and declared himself its secret lord.

Sculpted by Rob Mcfarlane

Contains 3 resin pieces.

Jarlaxle Baenre

Jarlaxle Baenre
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Jarlaxle Baenre

Jarlaxle Baenre 

 


Mirt The Moneylender (71069)

Once known as Mirt the Merciless and the Old Wolf, Mirt made a fortune and carved out a reputation as an adventurer and philanderer. Today, an older and wiser Mirt serves as one of the Masked Lords, a Harper, and a close advisor to Laeral Silverhand.

 

The years have not worn him down, and though he has grown soft in the flesh, he remains deceptively strong, vigorous, and clear of mind. Mirt has survived the passing of centuries by means of magic, and of all the Masked Lords he is the least concerned with concealing his identity .

Sculpted by Roy Gabriel

Contains 1 resin piece.

Mirt The Moneylender

Mirt The Moneylender
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Mirt The Moneylender

Mirt The Moneylender 

 


Manshoon (71068)

This clone of the ancient archwizard Manshoon infiltrated Waterdeep years ago and has been hiding in Kolat Towers ever since.

 

The original Manshoon was one of the founders of the Zhentarim. Evil to the core, he made enemies all across Faerun. Fearing that he might be destroyed by his foes, Manshoon magically crafted several clones who have attempted to destroy one another in a series of conflicts that came to be known as the Manshoon Wars.

Sculpted by Matt Bickley

Contains 1 resin piece.

Manshoon

Manshoon
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Manshoon

Manshoon 

 


Vajra Safahr (71067)

Vajra is a capable wizard in her mid-thirties, the youngest person ever to hold the position of Blackstaff. As the High Wizard of Waterdeep, she is charged with using all the magic and resources at her disposal to defend the city against threats.

 

She was handpicked for the job by Khelbern Arunsun, and wields the Blackstaff from which Khelben derived his name and the title of the office. Vajra isn’t the city’s most powerful wizard, but is more than able to hold her own.

Sculpted by Rob Mcfarlane

Contains 3 resin pieces.

Vajra Safahr

Vajra Safahr
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Vajra Safahr

Vajra Safahr 

 


Laeral Silverhand (71066)

Anamanue Laeral Silverhand is the fifth of seven daughters of the goddess Mystra. Each of the Seven Sisters is a powerful and ageless beauty with a penchant for arcane magic.

 

Laeral’s magic isn’t as great as it once was, though she does her utmost to hide this fact. Despite her diminished abilities, Laeral remains a formidable, clear-headed wizard with plenty of magic at her disposal. 

Sculpted by Rob Mcfarlane

Contains 2 resin pieces.

Laeral Silverhand

Laeral Silverhand
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Laeral Silverhand

Laeral Silverhand 

 


Minsc & Boo (71055)


Minsc, a goodly ranger from Rashemen, and his faithful companion Boo, a miniature giant space hamster, have been a part of the D&D world since they were brought to life in the 1998 computer game, Baldur's Gate.

 

As a man of great strength but limited mental prowess, Minsc relies on Boo for the wisdom and balance in their relationship as summed up perfectly in his own words. 

 “Minsc will lead with blade and boot! Boo will take care of the details.”  

Twenty years later, they still remain fan favorites, appearing in many places from the Neverwinter MMORPG to their own comic book from IDW and now as part of GF9's Collector's Series of miniatures. 

Sculpted by Matt Bickley

Contains 3 resin pieces.

Minsc & Boo

Minsc & Boo
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Camaraderie, adventure, and steel on steel. The stuff of legend! Right Boo?

Go for the eyes, Boo!  Go for the eyes! 

 


Froghemoth (71014)

Bursting from the pages of the classic AD&D adventure S3 Expedition to the Barrier Peaks™, the Froghemoth is ready to make a meal of any adventurers unfortunate enough to cross its path, Don’t let its bizarre appearance fool you. A hungry Froghemoth is a deadly foe indeed. Lying submerged in swamp water, it leaps to entrap its prey with its tentacles and stuff them in its maw. 

This terrifying creature returns in the D&D adventure, Tomb of Annihilation, lurking in the stagnate pools in the jungles of Chult.

Sculpted by Russell Barton

Contains 10 resin pieces.

Froghemoth

Froghemoth
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Froghemoth

Froghemoth 

 


Frost Giant Ravager (71058)

Storm King's Thunder™

Gigantic reavers from the freezing lands beyond civilization, frost giants are fierce, hardy warriors that survive on the spoils of their raids and pillaging. They respect only brute strength and skill in battle, demonstrating both with their scars and the grisly trophies they take from their enemies.

Sculpted by Albert Yu

Contains 5 resin pieces.

Frost Giant Ravager

Frost Giant Ravager
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Frost Giant Ravager

Frost Giant Ravager 

 

Fire Giant Dreadnought (71057)

Storm King's Thunder™

Dreadnoughts are massively powerful fire giants who wield two huge shields like plow shards. These shields bear spikes on their exterior and have hollow interiors into which the giant pours hot coals at the first sign of danger. Armed with its two shields the dreadnought can present a fiery wall to any attacker. When the dreadnought has finished, often all that is left of a foe is a smoking smear on the floor.

Sculpted by Russell Barton

Contains 5 resin pieces.

Fire Giant Dreadnought

Fire Giant Dreadnought
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Fire Giant Dreadnought

Fire Giant Dreadnought 

 

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