Dragonlance Miniatures Announced for Upcoming Dungeons & Dragons
WizKids has reported another line of Dragonlance miniatures in view of the forthcoming Dungeons and Dragons crusade due out not long from now. The new D&D Icon of the Realms set will be delivered in mid-2023 and will incorporate the standard arrival of visually impaired boxes sold for retail discharge. The Dragonlance setting will incorporate 49 miniatures, which incorporate a blend of Draconians, Kenders, and NPCs from the impending effort. A few additional surprising miniatures likewise show up, including what gives off an impression of being a blooming treant and an Istrian drone, which is a mechanical robot attached to the old progress of Ishtar. A different premium figure of the new bad guy Kensaldi and her red-winged serpent mount will likewise be sold, alongside independent arrangements of Dragon Army miniatures, Draconian miniatures, and a gathering of Kalaman warriors. Every one of the sets is accessible for pre-request at DnDmini.com.
Wizards of the Coast is relaunching the Dragonlance lobby after a sizable break with Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen. The mission will zero in on an early piece of the War of the Lance, with players going head to head against a part of Lord Soth’s military. While Dragonlance has a rich history of undertakings and books, players will not be expected to have a lot of familiarity with the setting before they make a plunge. Wizards of the Coast is likewise distributing a connection prepackaged game – Dragonlance: Heroes of Krynn – that permits players to mimic the enormous scope fights that occur throughout the mission.
Dragonlance: Shadow of the Dragon Queen will be delivered on December sixth, 2022. Strikingly, the book will be quick to be accessible as a physical/computerized group through D&D Beyond.