von BK-Rene | 01.02.2019 | eingestellt unter: Fantasy

GaleForce 9: Neue D&D Releases

GaleForce 9 bringt ein paar neue Miniaturen für ihre Dungeons & Dragons Reihe

Für das D&D Abenteuer Waterdeep: Dragon Heist gibt es demnächst auch einige Miniaturen von GaleForce 9

Waterdeep: Dragon Heist Minatures

A fantastic treasure trove is yours for the taking in this adventure for the world’s greatest roleplaying game. Famed explorer Volothamp Geddarm needs you to complete a simple quest. Thus begins a mad romp through the wards of Waterdeep as you uncover a villainous plot involving some of the city’s most influential figures. A grand urban caper awaits you. Pit your skill and bravado against villains the likes of which you’ve never faced before, and let the dragon hunt begin! Check out the spotlights for our range of miniatures from Waterdeep Dragon Heist.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

Quelle: GaleForce 9 DnD Subsite


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  • Schöne Sculpts, leider sehr schwammige Details in den Casts.
    Wenn ich mir insbesondere mal die Gesichter anschaue, brauche ich schon Fantasie um da noch war zu erkennen.

    • Ich glaube das liegt an den Fotos. Ich habe Minsc aus dieser Serie und da waren die Details ganz gut.
      Mir gefallen einige der hier gezeigten Sculpts ganz gut. Kenne die Charaktere leider nicht. Bin aber im D&D Universum auch nicht sehr bewandert. Meine Kentnisse beschränken sich sozusagen auf die Baldur’s Gate und Icewind Dale Reihen und ein paar wenige Drizzt Romane.

      • Also Manshoon, Jarlaxle und Laeral Silverhand sind nicht gerade neue Charaktere im D&D-Universum! Besonders Jarlaxle spielt ja bei Drizzt eine sehr große Rolle! Mir hat eher die neue Hereos of Neverwinter etc. nicht viel gesagt… eben Computerspiel-Kram!^^

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