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WotC Drizzt Do'Urden Action Figure Available for Pre-Order

Hasbro Pulse announced today an exclusive Drizzt Do'Urden action figure as part of their Hasbro Pulse pre-order system.

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From the product description:

Fans and collectors can finally add one of the most popular and recognizable Dungeons & Dragons characters to their action figure collections with the Drizzt Do’Urden figure!

Imagine epic battles from the Forgotten Realms with this Drizzt & Guenhwyvar 6-inch-scale action figure 2-pack! Featuring multiple points of articulation, these highly poseable figures feature premium design and deco, inspired by the Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance video game. Drizzt & Guenhwyvar come battle-ready with 10 accessories, including iconic swords Icingdeath and Twinkle, 6 cards featuring exclusive artwork, and an oversized Icewind Dale d20. And with custom artwork by Max Dunbar, the Dungeons & Dragons Drizzt & Guenhwyvar package will make a mark on shelves. Available exclusively through Hasbro Pulse.

Includes: 2 figures, 10 accessories, 6 cards, and Icewind Dale die.
  • A drow from the Underdark city of Menzoberranzan, the third son of Matron Mother Malice of House Do’Urden -- born on the eve of battle
  • The highly poseable, fully articulated Drizzt and Guenhwyvar 6-inch-scale figures feature premium deco, inspired by the Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance video game
  • This Drizzt action figure comes with 10 character-inspired accessories, including 2 swords -- Icingdeath and Twinkle -- and the Figurine of Wondrous Power
  • This Hasbro Pulse exclusive action figure 2-pack features custom artwork created by the talented comic book and concept artist Max Dunbar
  • This Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms Drizzt & Guenhwyvar action figure set is available exclusively through Hasbro Pulse, and comes with 6 cards and an oversized Icewind Dale d20
Ages 12 and up

WARNING: Small parts and small balls.

The announcement also came with an interview with R. A. Salvatore about Drizzt and Dungeons & Dragons in general as well as an interview with Max Dunbart that features concept art from the box and character design for the figure. The figure is available for pre-order now with an estimated shipping date of December 18, 2020.

Note: Like all Hasbro Pulse pre-orders, this offer is only available for residents of the United States and its territories and Canada.

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Darryl Mott

Darryl Mott

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Works 60% of the time, every time
Edgy emo guys with the world against them have always been a thing back to Hamlet. Before Drizzt there was Raistlin. Too many adolescent boys want to be strong too, I guess, so Drizzt was more popular. But you have to give Raist credit for actually killing the gods like so many people's parties were trying to do after Deities & Demigods came out.

Honestly Drizzt was pretty original at the time--everyone was writing their standard D&D party into their books. Tropes get overplayed because they strike a chord with a lot of people.

I enjoyed the first three dark elf books. After that I figured, well, Salvatore needs to eat.

What, you're saying someone thought of this kick-ass concept before I did?

That's a straight up bummer, man.
 

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Warren Ellis

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Before Drizzt there was Raistlin. Too many adolescent boys want to be strong too, I guess, so Drizzt was more popular. But you have to give Raist credit for actually killing the gods like so many people's parties were trying to do after Deities & Demigods came out.
Raist was a fucking asshole who should've had his face punched in long ago. Jesus.
 

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