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Pathfinder Battles—Legends of Golarion: Gargantuan Green Dragon

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The Gargantuan Green Dragon Preys Upon All Who Dare Cross Its Path!

This deluxe figure stands several inches tall and towers over all the miniatures in the Pathfinder Battles: Legends of Golarion set. The perfect adversary for your next adventure, the Gargantuan Green Dragon is a beautiful display piece as well!

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Big, Green, and Angry!!!!


This miniature is very impressive. The pose is dynamic and fierce. The photo used for this mini does not do it justice. The shade of green that they used really pops when you see it. Some reviewers complained about the fact that the dragon's horn is green instead of black or a bone color. That is an unfair criticism seeing as the artwork for green dragons in the world of Golarion have green horns... So really, they shouldn't be upset about the mini being faithful to the artwork. Another criticism is that this mini seems awful small for a gargantuan. While it is the smallest of the gargantuans, it is by no means a runt. If the dragon was on its hind legs the beast would be around the height of the others, but honestly the pose they chose was great. This is a glorious mini and well worth your money.

Nice Dragon

****( )

I like the way this dragon looks. The sculpt is nice and the colors fit the art quite nice. Dispite the fact it is slightly small for a Gargantuan, I really am glad I bought this figure. I would say get it if you haven't yet. It is well worth owning.

Nice Dragon

****( )

I am actually very pleased with this dragon. The paint job was a little bland, but it was good enough. The dragon seemed durable and I like the sculpt. We needed a green dragon and got one. I added this one to my collection and am very happy about it.

Good Effort

****( )

My green dragon was painted flawlessly and looks very nice. If you like the dragon pictured on the website, you'll like the mini you get.

As much as I like the dragon, I have the following comments to make it better:
1) Wizkids uses paint that is very dull looking, which makes it feel cheap and not durable (hopefully it's durable). I prefer glossier paint for many minis (not all minis, but some). I guess I prefer the D&D (3.0) minis paint. This is one of the main reasons I haven’t purchased until now.

2) For a gargantuan creature, she seems small. For example, my (large) Sandpoint Devil looks almost the same size!

Overall a very nice mini and I'm happy to have it.


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I like the sculpt, the pose, and the detail. Mine came intact, which I did not even realize was an issue but apparently is for some people. However, I am disappointed with the paint job. I know it is a green dragon; that is why I bought it. However, there is very little variation in coloring. His wings are the same green as the scales and are the same on top as bottom. Maybe a little better shading or black wash might have made the wings look like they have more detail. It appears the painter did black wash the scales a little so doing the wings might have been nice. Ideally, they would have done what WotC did with the gargantuan blue and given it a totally different color on the underside of the wing. Most annoying, the horn is green. Why? That looks cheap and lazy. A black horn or bone colored horn would have been nicer. Again, a different shade of green might have been acceptable too. Instead, the horn is the same as the rest of the dragon. That is boring. Finally, I must strongly disagree with the other poster that this "gargantuan" dragon is on the same size scale as the D&D black, blue, and white dragons. Although the bases are similar, this dragon is much, much smaller. The green seems more on par with a huge creature than a gargantuan. I have all them next to each other right now as I type this review, and the size different is really obvious. After seeing how much better most Pathfinder minis are over D&D miniatures, this one is disappointment. It is especially disappointing because one of my major reasons for preferring Pathfinder minis is that they contain lots of color and most appear to have been painted carefully. This dragon lacks most of what I like about Pathfinder minis and was an expensive disappointment.

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