Invisible Tieflings, And Worgs, And Bugbears, Oh My!
New Dungeons & Dragons pre-painted miniatures release!
Bring the heroes, villains, and monsters from the world of the Forgotten Realms to your tabletop with the 44 figures from D&D Miniatures: Icons of the Realms - Monster Menagerie 2.
Learn the secrets of the sphinxes from the Androsphinx as it tests your courage and valor. Or face the Mind Flayer, the scourge of sentient creatures across the Forgotten Realms. Or stand toe to toe with the powerful Iron Golem, knowing no ambitions, needing no sustenance, feeling no pain, and having no remorse.
We carry many other miniatures and miniatures games as well! New HORDES products are now available, along with many Malifaux miniatures. Lots of products from Ninja Division Games, like Super Dungeon Explore and Ninja All-Stars are also on sale.
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