You Can’t Save Everyone!
New Dungeons & Dragons Pre-Painted Miniatures Available for Preorder!
Adventurers have been sent to the jungle peninsula of Chult, where they must face all manner of dangers in order to find the lost city. Adventurers will need all the help they can get to get through the Tomb and the dungeon's evil architect: the archlich Acererak. Collect all 44 figures from Tomb of Annihilation, the newest set of randomly sorted monsters and heroes in the Icons of the Realms line of D&D miniatures.
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