Pathfinder Battles—Rusty Dragon Inn: Large Silver Dragon

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Featuring friends and foes from the world of Golarion, the Rusty Dragon Inn expansion introduces 51 unique figures for your Pathfinder Battles miniatures campaign.

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The sculpt is amazing. This is one of the best silver dragon's I've seen. The colors are minimalistic, but that's how a silver dragon looks so no fault there.

The best looking Silver Dragon I have in my collection.


**Special Note For Anyone Using My Review**
1. I review individual miniatures based on their quality, not what I think their rarity slot should be.

I've seen a couple reviews that, after praising a piece with a solid sculpt and paint job, knock down the rating a couple stars seemingly because they feel it would fit a better rarity slot. That is nonsense to me. I don't think it helps anyone looking at reviews trying to determine the actual quality of a piece in hand. I keep that type of conversation reserved for Erik's weekly Friday Preview blog or the review of the set as a whole.

2. For those new to pre-painted miniatures, please understand that no piece is going to look as close to quality as the digital 3D render. It just isn't going to happen. Think of the renders as what to expect conceptually. But in practice digital renders don't have to deal with real world techniques such as shading, washing, and other methods used to make a miniature look more than just a shiny cartoon once it is on the table. **

My Official Grade For Silver Dragon:

Quality of Sculpt: 2 out of 2 Stars:
This is one of the better sculpted dragons out there. If you're going to make your dragon stand on the ground, you need to make sure you sculpt him with enough personality (and skill) to allow for a masterful paint job. This piece does just that. The reason he's so well painted is because the sculpt allows for it. The wings are fantastic and full of definition. The tips on the wings are sharp and deadly. He is sculpted to look exactly like a lawful good silver dragon should look: sleek and elegant.

Quality of Paint Job: 2 out of 2 Stars:
As others have pointed out, the paint job here is a great example of how less is more. How do you make a metallic dragon look good? Make him shine like metal. How do you emphasis is wing tips? Paint them a nice black. No blotches, no drips, nothing negative.

Overall appeal and usefulness: 1 out of 1 Star:
I own quite a few silver dragons, going as far back as the old WOTC-made miniatures. I even own a couple dragon toys from other hobby companies, like Papo. I can honestly say this is my favorite looking Silver Dragon. They somehow manage to give him a level of shading without dampening the metallic shine. Incredible!

My Advice For Cherry Pickers:
Dragons are common again in miniature form. Silver Dragons are Lawful Good, so often times, your party won't be fighting them. Still, they make excellent NPC types. And hey, it's a dragon!

Some prefer their dragons in flight. I don't have a preference, although I'm glad that Wizards makes their dragons in-flight pieces. It balances out really well with these grounded dragons that Pathfinder puts out. I actually prefer the look of most Pathfinder dragons over their counterparts at WOTC, and the Silver Dragon is no different.

If you're looking for the best silver dragon out there in miniature form, this elegant piece is the one for you. Despite how great it looks, you can probably pass if you're not a fan of dragons, not sure you'll use one that likely won't fight against a group of good characters, or simply prefer your dragons in a flying pose.

He's up to $10 cheaper on some third party sites, so you might check there first.

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A nearly five star mini (let's call it a four and a half) that shows off a great sculpt and a simple but gorgeous paint job in silver and black. This mini shines -- literally! All the spikes are sharp so be careful. The only thing that would make this sculpt even better is if it were dynamic instead of just sitting quietly, like you might see with the gargantuan chromatics. Nevertheless, this is a great piece and I'm glad to have a good dragon in my collection.


Similar to the riding dog - this is a good example of the saying 'less is more' 2-3 colors of paint, and let the sculpt show through.

Now all we need is a Huge and Gargantuan miniature of this! :D

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Berselius wrote:
Now all we need is a Huge and Gargantuan miniature of this! :D

You should still get the Gargantuan Silver Dragon from D&D Icons of the Realms Series 2: Elemental Evil.

Marco Massoudi wrote:
Berselius wrote:
Now all we need is a Huge and Gargantuan miniature of this! :D
You should still get the Gargantuan Silver Dragon from D&D Icons of the Realms Series 2: Elemental Evil.

True but I want to see a Pathfinder version of the Metallic Silver Dragon. Also some artwork of an ancient version of it (along with all the other metallic dragons) would be really cool!

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