D&D Miniatures: Monster Menagerie 3 - Booster Case (32)

D&D Icons of the Realms Miniatures: Monster Menagerie 3 - Booster Case (32)

Product #WZK72895-CASE

20+ In stock

Manufacturer: WizKids/NECA

D&D Icons of the Realms: Monster Menagerie 3 features a number of exciting characters and monsters for players to add to their collections.

The menagerie of monsters also includes new heroes and player characters such as the Aasimar and the Tritons, villains and monsters that include the Neogi and Slaad as well as some powerful new giants like the Dreamwalker and the Dreadnought. Collect all 44 figures from Monster Menagerie 3.

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Lack of rares strikes again!
I'm going to keep this short and to the point. Minis look great except the Nameless One which looks terrible and is the most common rare. I got 3 in booster packs before buying the case because it was the only way to get the other rare minis it seemed. Once again I ended up missing 5 or 6 rare minis from the full case. I guess the rumors about getting at least one of every mini in a case are not true. On a side note there are soooo many doubles, triples and quadruples...yes quadruples that I'm sending more than half the minis back through the buy back program here. Which I think is great and pretty fair.
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Review by Joseph on 5/29/2019
New variants of old favorites in addition to completely new offerings
Pretty good mix of figures. I nearly got at least one of every figure except 5 of the alternate poses and only one invisible. I hope you like frost giants, though. The case I bought ended up with 8 frost giants in it. Other than that, you should end up with a reasonable mix and have duplicates where you'd probably want them, anyway.

Quality of figures is as good as it has been over the past 3-4 releases. The sizes of the figures are consistent. The paint jobs are acceptable for what they are. The poses aren't bad. Although I set the grey slaad next to the tiefling and suddenly disco started playing in my head because those two figures really look more like they're dancing than anything else. A few figures had some wonkiness to their weapons, but that's par for the course. Overall the entire case was in good shape and all were game-ready.

I really liked that they've added the stirges and mephits. There are a few cool new minis in here that I don't think have good representation elsewhere. WotC and WizKids now need to flesh out some of the other less used, but more interesting figures.

I didn't give this 5-stars all around because I reserve that for something special. This release is worth the cost. It'd have to be a steal to get a better rating from me, though.
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Review by Dave on 3/30/2018
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