WizKids New D&D Storm King’s Thunder Miniatures Line Launches

September 22, 2016 by brennon

A new Icons Of The Realm collection is now available for you to start snapping up from WizKids for your Dungeons & Dragons adventures. See what you think of their massive Giants and some smaller (yet mighty) heroes.

Giant #1

Now, I know what you’re going to say. “Boo! WizKids pre-paints are terrible”. Well, I would normally say the same but this selection, especially the Giants, have come out alright!

Giant #2

There are male and female versions of most of the new Giant designs based on artwork from the Monster Manual (and of course the new sourcebook).

Giant #3

While some of them aren’t masterpieces I think they’d work as functional gaming pieces for use when you’re playing out your new D&D adventures.

Giant #4

I particularly like their massive Frost Giants but then again being massive Vikings I think it was somewhat obvious that would be the case if you know me!

Heroes

As well as the Giants they also have a range of character models which are also part of the set. I picked out a few…

Hero #1

Once again while they aren’t the best of the best they do actually look reasonably good this time around. I like the schemes they’ve used and the detail actually shows through in places. I mean, look at this Githyanki.

Hero #2

All you’d need is a wash of soft tone or something like that over the models and it would bring out the details a bit more.

This is by no means all of the collection but I think that WizKids have actually done themselves proud with most of this new Icons range. I would actually be tempted to pick some of these up, even if it was just the Giants.

Hero #3

As a cheaper alternative to picking up other ranges this might be a good stop for someone who is new to role-playing games and just wants a nice visual representation of their characters and foes on the tabletop.

Drop your thoughts below!

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