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Lords of Madness Huge

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Item Weight159 g
Product Dimensions11.4 x 11.4 x 19 cm
Manufacturer reference25481
Main Language(s)English, English original, English published
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Best Sellers Rank 231,005 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
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Date First Available15 Sep 2010

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
A return to Quality 1 Oct 2010
By D. W. - Published on Amazon.com
Lords of Madness represents a return to a level of quality not seen for many expansions. I have personally seen almost the entire set, and while the paint quality is only somewhat higher than the previous Wizards miniature release, the sculpture quality is far, far better. If you use the miniatures for D&D, DDI, or just as stock figures you will be well pleased with this set.

Paint Quality:
While this set is a definite improvement over Savage Encounters you will find numerous painting mistakes, some odd color choices, and a general lack of quality. Despite this, and certainly at a distance, the miniatures look quite handsome. It is obvious that the industrial design focus being applied to the miniature lines is paying off.

Sculpture Quality:
The digital sculpting process used to create these pieces has provided a marked improvement in the quality of the end-product. While some of the (very much) older D&D miniature sets are still superior in sculpt quality, this set shines overall and is by far and away the best current set. A few oddities of the digital process crop up: very thin sections that looks so good on the computer, and yet curl up thanks to polymer alignment (i.e. when they cool down from the mold!) Overall the set is quite handsome.

Figure Choice:
Lords of Madness returns with the current focus on "providing the pieces in the numbers you are likely to use them." The result of this is fairly good. Common and Uncommon pieces represent threats and utility miniatures that you will commonly reach for while rares and very rares present the opportunity for more ground-shaking encounters. While I am less than pleased with the inclusion of Very Rares in this set (I received three of these in an eight-box pack, and two of them in the same booster!), the fact is that you aren't going to actually use the Very Rares much. I love that stock figures such as kobold slingers and orc archers are available in plenty, while more fun, but less useful figures, such as Brain in a Jar and the Dracolich are relatively easy to obtain.

If you are in the market for D&D miniatures for whatever purchase, this set offers good sculpts for a reasonable price. While each box only contains six miniatures, many of these are quite large and at ~$15 a box, you will find that boosters are competitive with buying miniatures from singles-websites.

Not to mention discovering just what is in each booster is half the fun.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great series of miniatures 12 Oct 2010
By J. Burgos - Published on Amazon.com
Being fairly new to 4e I decided to buy a whole case of the Lords of Madness figures (yes, a whole case). I ended with a total of close to 70 miniatures, many in the Rare and Very Rare category. Overall, as a RPG and miniature collector I have to say that this series is incredibly detailed, colorful and vivid. Wizards D&D miniatures seem to be getting better with each series and this one has many iconic monsters including several unique solo creatures like a duke of hell, a powerful demon and demon prince, a blue dragon, a mind flayer and the iron golem!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Best minis yet - if only they were still making them! 2 Aug 2011
By Dallin M. Edvalson - Published on Amazon.com
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These are the best D&D minis produced yet! I love the use of the transparent plastic, and overall these minis are very well-designed. The quality of the minis is very high, but if you don't really care about that and want as many minis as you can get for your dollar, then with only 6 minis per pack this is probably not the choice for you. Also, I don't know if anyone else has had this experience with this mini pack... but it seems that there are far, far too many trebuchets.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Where are the iconic minis? 27 Nov 2010
By Postazure - Published on Amazon.com
This is a nice collection of minis, as a DM its a nice leap forward from stickers on coins. My only issue is the over abundance of higher level and very specific minis. I don't have much use for some of them in my campaigns. The stat cards are nice though
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
What's to say... 9 Nov 2010
By Matthew B. Brink - Published on Amazon.com
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IF you need D&D minis for a better price then WOTC's rediculous retail prices. Amazon is the place to do it. :)
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