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D&d Icons: Gargantuan Blue Dragon

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Technical Details
Item Weight835 g
Product Dimensions27.9 x 22.9 x 19 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:12 years and up
Item model number95789
Main Language(s)English, English original, English published
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 479,150 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan 2002

Product Description

A new line of massive monsters is joined by the most iconic Dungeons & Dragons creature. The blue dragon is a vain and territorial juggernaut of claws and scales and beating wings, with a powerful breath weapon of rackling lightning. Few opponents can mat

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Antonin Demarkov on 21 Sep 2007
my eyes imploded when i open my incredibly large box and set my eyes upon teh gargantuan blue dragon! The dragon comes with its own fat stat card and map scenario. The stats speak for themselves!!!

Lvl/Save 15 AC 27
Spd F6 HP 600

Melee +25 (45 magic); or claw +23 (30 magic)

Not Subject to Commander Effects
Burrow 6
Almighty (not affected by allies' spells)
Aura of Fear 5 (enemies in squares threatened by this creature get morale save -5)
Breath Weapon [][] (line; 60 electricity damage; DC29)
Crush 45 (can move through a smaller enemy's space to deal 45 damage and stun; DC29)
Immune Electricity
Indomitable (if this creature is subject to any effect that would eliminate it but that does not deal damage, it is not destroyed but instead takes 100 damage)
Massive (this creature can end its move in pits. It can move through and end its movement in walls as though in difficult terrain; it cannot see through walls. Enemies can attack this creature within a wall only if 1 full square of wall does not lie between it and the attacker.)
Melee Reach 3
Spell Resistance
Tail Slap 15 (15 damage to 1 adjacent enemy, and push it 2 squares if Huge or smaller)
Tail Sweep 20 (cone; 20 damage; DC29)

This creature begins with 600 hit points and 6 activations per round; each activation counts as 1 of your 2 activations in a phase. On each activation, choose 1 of the options below. Each option can be used only once per round. For every 100 points of damage this creature takes, reduce its number of activations by 1.

Whenever a damage-dealing or other harmful effect would apply on each of this creature's activations, it affects only the first activation in each round.

Move & Claw
Move & Claw
Move & Crush
Tail Slap
Tail Sweep

Enjoy your game everyone!!
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Amazon.com: 14 reviews
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
nicer than the black.... 24 Jan 2007
By P. Galeno - Published on Amazon.com
I bought both the gargantuan black and the blue, and found the blue to be higher quality than the black. I like the pose a lot better, it's more draconic and animalistic, the black looks somewhat like a salsa dancer. The blue is noticably heavier with a thicker better quality base. As for stats for 500 points side by side the blue is a hair tougher, generally +1 to most attacks over the black, and +1 to most DRs on effects. The collosal red was too rich for my blood, but if wizards is listening I'd shell out 50 or 60 for the terrasque. The wings and most of the blue dragon were very solid feeling and the whole piece just felt higher quality, although I will agree that there was slightly more detail in the black dragon.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Tim Janson - Published on Amazon.com
Keep your fire-breathing Red Dragons and give me a good ol' lightning blasting Blue Draon any day! Wizards of the Coast has done just that with their latest edition in the Icons line joining the aforementioned Red Dragon that was released last Fall. The Gargantuan Blue dragon can be used in both the D&D Miniatures skirmish game and any RPG campaign.

The Dragon is indeed gargantuan and impressive measuring around 8" long (and that's WITHOUT the tail extended) and stands about 6" tall. The Dragon's paint job is a nice glossy, bright blue which reflects the light very well creating an almost shimmering appearance which I really liked. The eyes have a certain evil malevolence to them that was also a very nice touch. The detail of the muscles and the beast's scales and claws is very good. I also like the sharp, bony protrusions along the spine that actually look the way you'd expect bone to look. The only complaint with the paint job is with the teeth, which are simply, too white and should have been yellowed to match the age of a great and ancient dragon like this.

It of course comes on a base and will look wonderful on a shelf as a decorative item even if you don't plan on using it in your gaming adventures. In addition it comes with a fold-out, full-color battle map, a game stat card and a scenario sheet. This lighting-spewing monstrosity is truly a site to behold and a fantastic new release from Wizards of the Coast. Highly recommended and well worth the price!

Reviewed by Tim Janson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Gargantuan miniature is huge success 23 Mar 2007
By Heather Miller - Published on Amazon.com
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If you are planning a campaign to challenge the party, or if you just like cool dragons on your shelves this is a good buy. I docked one star because it seemed like a bit less attention was paid to this one versus the Red Dragon in the same series in regards to detail, but for half the size and price it is still very much a great addition to your collection or an even better starting point.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
D&D Gargantuan Blue Dragon 8 Feb 2007
By fantasy guy - Published on Amazon.com
This is absolutely the best icons dragon to come out of Wizards of the Coast thus far. I have to say this because the blue dragon has the best pose, paint job, and look than any of the other icons to date. If you have been disappointed in the other icon dragons as of late, this will reinvigorate you. Great quality, I have three of them lying about the house.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Nice and Durable 25 Jan 2007
By James Clare - Published on Amazon.com
Like the others in its series, this is a high quality miniature and looks great on the gaming table or just on a book shelf. This dragon is a neat trophy piece for any fantasy miniature collection.
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