Hey, Remember Your Friend, Mr. Thunder?
New Dungeons & Dragons pre-painted miniatures release!
Giants return to the Forgotten Realms in force as they engage in epic battle for glory and territory, while humans and other small folk try to find a way to survive amid the upheaval. Expand your collection of D&D roleplaying game miniatures with the 45 figures introduced in the Storm King's Thunder release, the fifth set in the Icons of the Realms line!
And as an added perk, those that buy a full case (4 bricks of 8 boosters) have the option to purchase Chief Guh, the accompanying case incentive! This fantastic pre-painted promotional figure stands several inches tall and towers over all miniatures in D&D Icons of the Realms, Set 5. This is the perfect adversary for your next adventure and a beautiful display piece as well! This offer will be limited to one Case Incentive promotional figure per case purchased, while supplies last.
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