Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Miniatures: Rage of Demons - Booster Case (32)

Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Miniatures: Rage of Demons - Booster Case (32)

Product #WZK72066

$500.00
20+ In stock

Manufacturer: WizKids/NECA

In Rage of Demons, demon lords are invading the Underdark, a deadly subterranean realm inhabited by the most dangerous monsters of D&D lore. The demon lords have begun to conquer regions of the Underdark and threaten to emerge on the surface. If successful they will bring their personal flavor of madness to Faerun.


Will they succeed in their quest? Or will you help thwart the rise of the demon lords?

Contents:
1 Sealed Booster Case
- 4 Booster Bricks (32 Booster Packs, 128 Miniatures Total)

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Lack of full set hurts value of great case price.
I was hoping since this was rereleased that they might have fixed the rare mini issue...they have not. I don't care for the invisible minis so the less of those I get the better. I only got 1 unless you count the Shadow beholder then I got 2. But i am missing 4 of the rare minis 2 of which were big reasons for me to buy the case. Mindflayer Lich, Nalfeshnee, helmed horror and cooper dragon.

Unlike other people only one was broken and none of them were missing bases. I glued the broken one because I got four of the common mini anyway. I also don't mind duplicates of a lot of common minis because you can always use multiples of the most common monsters.

Still if you take the $15 or $16 per pack you usually spend at game stores, the price is right per case. But the lack of the full set hurts the value. I stopped buying individual booster packs and even bricks because they are basically loot crates from video games. I was hoping buying cases would be the way to get full sets...guess not.
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Review by Joevip on 3/18/2019
Beholder-less
I opened the entire case hoping to get at least one beholder, sadly I got swindled. In total the 5 carrion crawlers will be used, way to many duplicates. Dont waist your money, buy what you want.
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Review by Tyler on 12/15/2018
Even though I did not get the complete set, I'm still fairly happy
As others have already mentioned, you will not get an entire set by ordering this case. it doesn't make sense. You get 128 miniatures. That is enough to make 2 sets out of. Instead, you will end up getting many duplicates. For example, I got 6 shield dwarf wizards, 5 drow scouts, 5 goblin archers, 5 cockatrices, 4 derros, 4 duergar fighters, 4 Djinn, 4 grimlocks, 4 chasme demons, 4 water myrmidons, and several that had 3 duplicates.

The most notable of the ones I got were the Beholder, the Shadow Beholder, the Gnoll Champion of Yeenoghu, the Spectator, the Mind Flayer Lich (also got the invisible one), the Red Dracolich, and a Hook Horror.

The Beholder in this set is probably my most favorite miniature out of all sets. I just love it!
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Review by Andy on 5/28/2017
Great overall! Very minimal issues.
This is my first time ever purchasing miniatures from anywhere.

I love them. The hull was good too. With 32 boosters that 128 figures. Out of those I got 2/5 Ultra Rares (Invis Blink Dog and Invis Wizard, no large ultra rares unfortunately), and 12/16 rares (Only missing Copper Dragon, Grell, Spectator, and Gnoll Champion OF Veenoghu). And I'm not missing a single piece of uncommon or lower. Planning on running Out of the Abyss with my group soon and these will be great for it. I wish it came with some of the end bosses though from the campaign. I'd love a Demogorgon.

The only downside is some of the connector pieces are difficult to fit in sometimes. Especially the wings on the Red Dracolich, and the stands for Nightmare, Djinni, and Efreet.
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Review by Lucas on 2/5/2017
Decent set, but not up to snuff.
This is only my third case of minatures, but I was pretty disappointed with this batch of minatures. I only had one that wasn't complete, and even though it is missing the base it is still cool enough looking to keep, but there are way too many figures on sticks. They are all super flimsy and do not store well at all. I've already broken two of the things off in the bases and have another one that won't stay on, and I'm afraid to push it in any harder for fear that it will break off too.

Another issue I have is I would like a list of what miniatures are in the set... at least in the case. I shouldn't have to do research to figure out what ones I didn't get. Then again, after reading the other reviews maybe it is better that the rest of us remain ignorant to how bad this set was packed.
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Review by Victordeus on 10/16/2015
Disappointed, Not all rares in case, broken minature, missing stand for rare, poor paint quality on some.
Most of the miniatures are of an acceptable paint quality but some are poorly painted and there is no consistency eg one Human Wizard is OK but another Human Wizard has the same coloured hair and face. One Dretch has a pink head another doesn't etc... However there are a couple of exceptions eg the rare beholder stands out with its veined eye and the rares I received are painted OK in my opinion.

The copper dragon rare is missing the clear plastic cylinder that goes between it and the base. One goblin archer has half a bow missing, if it had been broken off and in the pack then I could have glued it on but sadly its missing. This is the second case I have ever bought and the first (Tyranny of dragons) had similar problems with 4 miniatures so although quality control is lacking, in my limited experience it appears to have improved.

I received one of each miniature in the case other than the rares. I received 11 out 15 of the rares and 2 out 5 of the large shadow / medium invisibles. Note: One brick only contained 2 rares the others three bricks contained 3 rares each. As others have already said I was expecting one of each rare and am hugely disappointed. This along with the broken / missing components are the main reason for the low scores.

Being in the UK I made the decision to purchase from America paying the additional transport costs as I didn't think I would be 'gambling' however this has made me very wary of purchasing Wizards Cases in the future.
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Review by UK Purchaser on 10/2/2015
I feel ripped off
I can't believe they changed the number of rares and ultra-rares without communicating this beforehand. I am out 5 rares, when for both previous WizKids D&D sets I had 1 of each rare. That was the whole point of spending this much on a case! The ultra-rares... you used to get 4 out of 6. This has been dropped to 2 out of 5!

I am extremely disappointed and won't be buying another case unless this changes.
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Review by Alphastream on 9/23/2015
Let me be objective
Overall, I think this could have been one of the best sets produced in terms of the miniatures that it produced, and their use on the game table. Additionally, I liked most of the miniatures on an individual basis, as I have a love for Drow. However, this is my beef:

I think missing 8 rares in one case is too many. If you do the math, and you consider all 55 miniatures in the set a complete set, then it would literary take you 2 Booster Cases and at least one other Brick (9 Bricks Total) to get the entire set, and that is only if you are lucky to get all the rares that you need in those 9 bricks (which is no guarantee). At least 9 bricks, and in all honesty, it would probably take more if you elect to go the blind booster route, will cost at least 800 plus dollars. Now, if you elect to go the single figure route, you might do a tad better, and if this is what D&D or Wizkids want, then I will likely protest buying their miniatures.

One of the fun things, for me, is buying a blind booster and seeing what I get. I don't mind not getting all of the miniatures in a set in a booster, however, missing 8 of them is too many. Here is my suggestion:

I believe that only one of the Shadowed larges should be missing, two of the invisible, and one large, and one medium. That's only 5 missing figures, which means, if I wanted to get them, I could. Chances are, if you are like me, you want need to complete the invisibles, and you "may" want the shadowed large, and the other two rares, and if that is the case, forking over the cash to get those isn't that much of a big deal. All in all, it would cost you about 400 to 450 bucks for a complete set.

In my set, I didn't get the shadowed beholder, the invisible blink dog, and the invisible mind flayer. I also did not get the Red Dracolich, The mind flayer lich, the gnoll, the bugbear, and xorn. If I had just got three of the four mediums, I would likely have been satisfied with the set, and forked over cast to get the Dracolich. I really want the gnoll, bugbear, and mind flayer lich, and if those were one of the ones I didn't get (if only five were missing, I would likely pay for one of those as well.

Key word is ONE of those. I'm not spending a another dime on the ones I'm missing strictly out of protest and stubbornness because I feel that 8 missing rares is way too many for 300 dollars.
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Review by Ogunleye on 9/19/2015
Unacceptable
I think that D&D minis should just discontinue their line altogether. I am VERY disappointed with this set, not because of the quality of the miniatures, or the miniatures themselves, but because of the amount of rares you get in a booster case. I can't justify spending $300 plus dollars when I am missing 7 to 8 of the rares and ultra-rares. Don't even think about buying a brick, because I actually got 2 rares in one of my bricks. It is completely unacceptable and, in my opinion, disgustingly deceitful by Wizkids and D&D.

I will NOT buy the singles to make up the set, and I will NOT purchase another D&D mini for any reason from here on out. I was disappointed with Elemental Evil, but thought Rage of Demons would be so much better, and they completely disappointed with this Rare distribution. I honestly thought that I got a "bad" case until I read the reviews.

My advice, leave D&D minis along, leave Wizkids alone, go for the Pathfinder sets; they are much more worth your money. Wizkids should be sued for what they did to collectors in this set.
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Review by Ogun on 9/19/2015
Very rares ruining the hobby.
Without telling anyone, suddenly purchasing a full case does not equal a complete set. My full case was missing 7 rares and very rares, and with the prices of these missing singles online, it will cost another $200 or more to complete the set. Unacceptable. I will not purchase another case of D&D minis with this kind of case distribution.
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Review by robert on 9/17/2015
The Beholder is glorius.
The Beholder is the king of this case. Other standouts for me are the Spectator, Gnoll Champion of Yeenoghu, and Red Dracolich. I got the Shadow Beholder but I like the painted one much more. I also got the Invisible Blink dog but no other invisibles or shadows. I really like the Quazit, Lizardfolk Fighter and Kobold guard commons. As others have commented you no longer get a full set in a case and you will be missing some rares. I am missing most of the ones they put on the box! The not getting a complete set of painted minis lowers my value rating.
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Review by Mark on 9/17/2015
Sealed case no longer contains a complete set.
They must've shipped mine out of a different set from other reviews, because most of mine look fantastic. I think it looks better than the last set. There are a couple, notably the "ghost" models, that look terrible. The Banshee especially is comically bad. For some reason, they felt the need to draw a face on the ghost, but all they had available was clown makeup.

The rarity distribution has been weakened for this set. For the first two sets, every two boxes included one rare. So buying a sealed "brick" (8 boxes) would yield 4 rares - 2 mediums, 1 large, and 1 "invisible" variant. With this set, each brick contains only 3 rares. And they still include "invisible" variants among them, but not in every brick. (The case I bought had 2 of them.) There also seem to be more rares in the set this time. For the first two sets, I bought a sealed case and got a complete set from it, excepting the invisible duplicates. This time, there are 5 additional rares that I'll have to buy separately. (I already have a full case worth of duplicate commons and uncommons, so I'm certainly not going to be buying any more blind packs to try to find them. If their plan was for me to buy more boxes to get a full set, then it didn't work.)

The figure distribution is still even, though. There were 4-5 of each common, ~3 of each uncommon, and 1 each of most of the rares.

I won't address singles prices, as this page is for a case. I only paid about $2.35 apiece, and I think that's pretty good. Wizkids doesn't set prices for the secondary market. I do think $16 retail for a blind box of 4 minis is high, but that's why I buy a case.
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Review by Andra on 9/11/2015
decreasing paint quality/increasingly outrageous prices on singles
Once again the paint quality on these D&D sets has gotten worse, but the prices of singles is higher than ever at time of release. $50 Shadow Beholder, $30 normal Beholder, $30 for yet another Gold Dragon, etc., etc. at time of release, pure greed. Somebody needs to hold D&D and WizKids accountable for the decreasing paint quality. Paizo would never let WizKids get away with this lack of quality. D&D doesn't care, as long as they can cash in on their name, they will keep releasing low quality minis, pure greed. The prices of sets and singles need to be DRASTICALLY decreased to match the quality, or somebody needs to demand quality increase to match current prices.
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Review by collector on 9/10/2015
decreasing paint quality/increasingly outrageous prices on singles
Once again the paint quality on these D&D sets has gotten worse, but the prices of singles is higher than ever at time of release. $50 Shadow Beholder, $30 normal Beholder, $30 for yet another Gold Dragon, etc., etc. at time of release, pure greed. Somebody needs to hold D&D and WizKids accountable for the decreasing paint quality. Paizo would never let WizKids get away with this lack of quality. D&D doesn't care, as long as they can cash in on their name, they will keep releasing low quality minis, pure greed. The prices of sets and singles need to be DRASTICALLY decreased to match the quality, or somebody needs to demand quality increase to match current prices.
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Review by collector on 9/10/2015