D&D Nolzur's Marvelous Unpainted Miniatures: Young Copper Dragon (1)

D&D Nolzur's Marvelous Unpainted Miniatures: Young Copper Dragon (1)

Product #WZK73685

Regular Price: $14.99

Special Price: $13.49

14 In stock

Manufacturer: WizKids/NECA

Wave 8

These highly detailed miniatures are pre-primed with Acrylicos Vallejo primer.

Contents:
1 Young Copper Dragon
1 Base



 

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Awesome
These Dragons look like their Monster Manual artwork, easy to paint, and beat the heck out of the Reaper ones, Sold off my entire reaper collection to get the whole line of these minis available.
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Review by Greggor Paladin of Torm. on 10/6/2019
Good Price for Crazy Detail
This WizKids Miniature is yet again very detailed and crazy cheap.

The base isn't the right scale, and I see some buyers find this problematic. For me, it's no issue at all. I actually love how large and intimidating this figure looks, even though it's only a young dragon.

I'm very excited to see where WizKids' Unpainted series is headed next.
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Review by WardMK on 9/2/2019
Great figure, love the size and sculpt, crazy good value
This is in response to the first review on the young dragon... Use a different base? I seriously don't even see a problem here. I don't even use the bases that come with WizKids figures. I use the "reaper" bases which are about 1/8" thick and "hollow". I stick some magnets in there to make them stick to metal and add weight. I have piles of 2" bases sitting around. WK don't even keep it a secret that the base is oversized, so it isn't even a case of false advertising.

Ideally they should have included the proper base and the larger base, but as it's a difference of maybe 50 cents, I can't get upset about this, never mind be "extremely disappointed". I would have been disappointed if I got a 2" scale figure, which normally sells for $5.

Anyway, he's a beautiful figure. Can't wait to paint him and his bros. I'm tempted to get his dad, the Pathfinder "gargantuan" red dragon, which is 4 inches, but that might be too big to paint in a reasonable timeframe and he costs more than double.
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Review by JupiterJesus on 5/8/2019
Poorly Sized for what they represent
I really have enjoyed Nolzur's DnD Minis, they add some nice visualization to the game. But I'm extremely disappointed in the young dragons they just released. I picked all 4 available up at my FLGS, took them home and hit them with a layer of paint.

It wasn't until after the base layer of painting I realized there was an issue with the size: https://imgur.com/Flq6pMN
Young dragons are "large" sized, and for comparison, I have placed a beholder next to one of the minis: https://imgur.com/xjzOwl3
One more comparison for good measure: https://imgur.com/UZTBMxv The left base is for a large mini, the right is the base that came with "young" dragons.

I think my biggest issue with all of this is that this places them at a fine size to be "adult" sized. The point of minis for many groups is to have the battle tactics that come with size - with that in mind why release a mini that isn't properly sized? It just makes me wary of future purchases from them.
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Review by Zoso Coheed on 5/5/2019