Have you ever wanted to see your tabletop RPG character make the leap from your imagination to the real world?
It’s the little things in life, isn’t it? Well, things don’t come much smaller than the Dungeon of the Mad Mage miniatures from Wizkids.
If you’re a dungeon master, then you know exactly how expensive miniatures can get.
Both Pathfinder and D&D have literally hundreds, if not thousands, of enemies the Dungeon Master could throw on the table. If you’re a new DM, how do you know which miniatures to buy?
When we say “miniatures” we’re really talking about the physical objects we use to represent the characters and monsters in our D&D games. The options are vast.
The more you paint, the more tricks you pick up and the more tools you add to your toolbox.
Adam Savage checks in on the status of sculptor Johnny Fraser-Allen’s tabletop model, which has grown from the intricate Labyrinth to a sprawling world.
If you are looking for pre-painted miniatures, there is really no relevant competition to Wizkids.
Are these miniatures worth bringing to your table?
Ever since D&D game out forty years ago, however, players and DMs have often used some sort of miniature to represent their characters or monsters.