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THE Legend of Drizzt Scenario Pack (Dungeons & Dragons Icons) [Misc. Supplies]

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Book Description

9 Oct 2007 Dungeons & Dragons Icons
Celebrate the return of Drizzt Do'Urden!

Some legends are born out of darkness.

Drizzt Do'Urden grew up in the underground city of Menzoberranzan, home of the drow--a race of twisted, evil dark elves. However, Drizzt was unlike other drow. He fled the Underdark for the surface realm, where he befriended the human barbarian Wulfgar. Together they battled the most terrible threat ever to ravage Icewind Dale: the white dragon Icingdeath!

This Dungeons & Dragons(R) product includes:

3 figures--Drizzt Do'Urden, Wulfgar, and Icingdeath the Gargantuan White Dragon--in scale with other Dungeons & Dragons Miniatures Game collectable figures (prepainted, fully assembled, durable plastic)
1 fold-out, illustrated battle map
5 full-color game stat cards, including epic stat cards for Drizzt Do'Urden and Wulfgar
A booklet containing a scenario that rekindles the classic battle between Drizzt, Wulfgar, and Icingdeath, as well as an exclusive excerpt from R.A. Salvatore's newest Drizzt novel, The Orc King.


Product details

  • Misc. Supplies
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast; Box Pck Br edition (9 Oct 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0786943505
  • ISBN-13: 978-0786943500
  • Product Dimensions: 27.9 x 19.3 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,080,026 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars One of Wizards better sets 31 July 2011
I bought this as a present for a Drizzt-loving friend, who is extremely happy with it. Personally, I think the paint job on Wulfgar is a little basic, but my friend knows how to use a fine brush if the need arises.
The dragon is very good, as most of the larger figures by Wizards have been down the years.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic 20 May 2011
By J. Bert
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Nice figures: especially the dragon has great detail.The scales are nicely done and the wings are a bit tranlucent.
I'm very happy with this purchase.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The coolest dragon! 1 July 2008
By Ana B. De Cyrino - Published on Amazon.com
I have no doubt. This is the best of all the gargantuan dragons, with incredible details, Icing Death is a perfect and impressive miniature. The ice on it's wings looks real, and the details of his mouth and scales are beatiful. The pack also includes a drizzit miniature, holding his scimitars, and a Wulfgar in a special white cloth, holding his magical bloody hammer.

The pack is great because you get a cool dragon, a competitive miniature for skirmish (Wulfgar) and a classic one, in a new concept (Drizzit), the map is also cool, and improves your game, because you can use it im some snowy adventures, it's perfect to be used with the Frostburn supplement.

This is a must have for those who love the Crystal Shard, who love Forgotten Realms, or just his most popular hero.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Repaint a Must 23 Jun 2011
By jadedflames - Published on Amazon.com
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While the sculpt for this dragon is excllent, and the two other miniatures were also superb, the painting is ABYSMAL. We have gone from the days of 200+ painting steps on an icon (the supposed number for the red dragon) to 3. Paint the mouth red, paint the horns beige, drybrush rest of the dragon white with a sloppy paint job.

Now I might have just recived one that got put together at the end of the day, but there is left over glue poking out of cracks, one joint was ruined by an enormous glob of paint, obscuring the detail, and the lovely translucent wings, one of the selling points, are covered with paint that was splattered on in the painters haste to get the item moving.

I am a painter, however, so I am doing my best to fix all of these errors, and feel confidant that with some love, Icingdeath will look genuinely menacing.

The other two miniatures have paint jobs on par with most miniatures, that is to say, poor. But that is par for the course.

Those who are willing to touch this dragon up, go for it! Those that are not, think hard before running the risk of getting a dragon that looks more like he fell in a bucket of whitewash than something worthy of the icons line.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great minis 13 July 2010
By Carlos Eduardo C. Amand - Published on Amazon.com
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This pack is amazing! The minis is very good and the dragon is very cool.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great deal for 3 great figures 25 May 2010
By J. Martin - Published on Amazon.com
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The white dragon is a really cool looking figure. The craftsmanship is excellent. I use these minis in my D&D games. One of the few gargantuan figures, you can use it to represent any other gargantuan sized creatures in your game (purple worms, etc.) -- not just dragons. When not being used in the game, the figure looks fearsome sitting atop my bookcase with the other big dragons -- the gargantuan blue and black, and the colossal red.

Amazon gave it to me for a great price, considering the size of the figure. Plus, it comes with two medium size figures: the drow Drizz't, and the barbarian Wulfgar. These are really cool figures too, especially if you read the Forgotten Realms novels. This was a great buy for me.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Icingdeath Criticalbreath 15 Nov 2010
By Thunderscream - Published on Amazon.com
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'The Legend of Drizzt Scenario Pack'

In my truly humble opinion I would say that this fine example of Dungeons & Dragons collectabelia is a joy to behold and own. Not only through the aquirement of arguably the most beautiful example of dragon creation so far seen from the wonderful and vast catalogue of 'D&D miniatures' in 'Icingdeath' the doomed gargantuan white dragon but also the kudos of possessing without doubt the most beloved and reknown hero in the forgotten realms 'Drizzt-Do-Urden'. Coupled with this too is the Thor-esque barbarian hero 'Wulfgar', clad in furs and weilding his warhammer within an apparant state of rage. Furthermore to complete the set can be found a luxurient double sided battlemap of a frozen wintery appeal. I am currently planing an adventure set in the icy north where there lives a terrible white dragon that preys on the helpless communities who surround it's lofty lair. If only there were a group of brave and stout heroes ready to take up the challenge by travelling through the jagged and inhospitable mountain range to track down and rout out the foul hearted beast. WOULD 'YOU' DARE?
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