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Descent Second Edition: Belthir Lieutenant Miniature


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  • Made from lead-free pewter and perfect for miniatures painters
  • Beautifully sculpted Lieutenant Miniature replaces the game’s Lieutenant token
  • Crafted in 28mm scale
  • Ages 14 +
  • 1 Player
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Descent Second Edition: Belthir Lieutenant Miniature + Descent Second Edition: Zachareth Lieutenant Miniature
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Technical Details
Item Weight9 g
Product Dimensions12.7 x 7.3 x 4.1 cm
Item model numberDE17
Main Language(s)English, English original, English published
Number of Game Players1
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASIN1616615095
Best Sellers Rank 123,382 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 g
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Date First Available3 Aug. 2012
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

Product Description

Product Description

Bring an even deeper level of immersion to your dungeon-delving experience with beautifully sculpted metal Lieutenant Miniatures. Dragon hybrids like Belthir are rare, particularly as the Dragon Wars fade from memory. Belthir has made a name for himself as a mercenary over the past several decades, and his newfound service to the overlord bodes ill for Terrinoth.

Box Contains

1 Lead free pewter Belthir Minature

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David Hladky on 17 Feb. 2014
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The figure is awesome. It looks OK on a picture, but when I opened the box, I was thrilled. The cards are not bad nor great. They do not favor small nor big creatures. They provide handy abilities, I especially like the one, that allows to play dark charm twice.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris Roberts on 24 Feb. 2014
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Half dragon hybrid miniature, the best sculpt from the first set of lieutenant minis. I will be using the miniature for other war games I play.
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Amazon.com: 11 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
No complaints! 8 Jan. 2014
By Brock Widmann - Published on Amazon.com
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Everything was in perfect condition, the miniatures are a nice touch. The additional rules and use of threat and fortune tokens add a lot to the game. I would recommend for any group that wants to add more diversity and choices to their descent campaigns.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Not pewter 28 Aug. 2014
By Prince of Highland - Published on Amazon.com
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Not exactly what was advertised.

Model arrived quickly and in perfect shape, however under the description it says that this is made from "Lead free pewter". When I checked the packaging it turns out to be regular plastic. Not really disappointing but the description is misleading and should be changed.

Besides that a great mini for the price and very fun to paint.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
No complaints! 8 Jan. 2014
By Brock Widmann - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Everything was in perfect condition, the miniatures are a nice touch. The additional rules and use of threat and fortune tokens add a lot to the game. I would recommend for any group that wants to add more diversity and choices to their descent campaigns.
Nice Add-On for Campaigns 3 Feb. 2015
By J. A. Hatcher - Published on Amazon.com
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The official description and the reviews here don't really give a good idea of what you're getting with this expansion, so I thought I'd delve into that a little deeper.

1. You're getting a Lieutenant that is based on the same Lieutenants found in the base game. So Splig is in general very similar to the Lieutenant that shows up in "A Fat Goblin" in the base campaign. When you start a campaign, the Overlord is allowed to choose one Lieutenant Pack to use in the campaign. So if you don't play a lot of campaigns, there's no reason to buy every Lieutenant Pack that's available. I chose to buy the Splig pack because it seemed like a good fit for the Shadow Rune campaign.

2. With a Lieutenant Pack, the Overlord is gaining a separate way to acquire new powers called Plot Cards. When he knocks down a hero, he may gain a Threat Token instead of drawing a card. The Overlord uses these in the Campaign phase to buy new Plot Cards from a separate deck. He also uses Threat Tokens to power up these abilities during game play. When the Overlord uses a Threat Token to power up an ability, it is then given to a hero as a Fortune Token that can be used to regain fatigue, reroll a die, take an extra action, or even show more Shop Item cards during the Campaign phase. So both the Overlord and the Heroes are given new mechanics to play with in this expansion.

3. One of the Plot Cards that the Overlord can buy is to Summon Splig into an encounter at the beginning, where he takes the place of a master monster. So Splig can continually show up to harass the heroes during a campaign. Splig can't be summoned during a Quest that already features him as a Lieutenant, however. He also can't be summoned during Interludes or the Finale.

All-in-all I thought this was a fine pickup for playing the Shadow Rune campaign. I'm sure the players will get sick of seeing Splig by the time the campaign is done.
Worth it for the Figure 9 April 2014
By Frank Etzler - Published on Amazon.com
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The price may seem a bit steep for just a figure, but the included deck and rules should make up for it. Plus, the figure is really nice and its fun for the overlord to have their own figure to use when battling the heroes. The players really enjoy them too.

I haven't used the deck to add overlord deviousness since we are in the middle of the Main Box Campaign, but it looks be fun, especially to bring old villains into other campaigns in the expansions. I'm definitely looking forward to playing with the deck.
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