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D&D General Lolth Miniature Coming In February 2022

WizKids will be selling a Lolth miniature in February 2022 for $69.99. The mini is a D&D/Magic the Gathering tie-in.

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From Wizkids/NECA. Join the Adventures in the Forgotten Realms! The famous Dungeons & Dragons setting comes to the Magic: The Gathering world for the first time! To celebrate this epic pairing WizKids is releasing two prepainted miniatures sets and a premium pre-painted figure. Collect iconic heroes such as Drizzt Do`urden, Catti-brie, Wulfgar, and many more. Are you brave enough? Gather your party to face down the Dark Queen of the web herself, Lolth, the Spider Queen!
 
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Abstruse

Legend
I've seen this a couple places around the web today, but I haven't seen what I'd call a "primary source". How did people find out about this? Was there an announcement? I can't find a link anywhere. (Sorry if I'm being dumb and missed it)
WizKids is one of the many companies that doesn't update their website as fast as announcements come out. The way it normally works is they send solicitations for pre-orders to distributors who send them out to game stores. The distributors and game stores all advertise the pre-orders, and that's what gets reported around. Sometimes they also send out a press release email with all the information but no links or anything. Then days or sometimes weeks later, WizKids updates their website with the information. Gale Force 9 is another company that does it like that, and a few of the RPG publishers do the same thing. Not sure if it's because they have a schedule for updates to their website or if it's something to do with getting the products entered into their own web stores being more difficult than sending solicitations to distributors, but that's typically how it goes.
 

CharlesWallace

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WizKids is one of the many companies that doesn't update their website as fast as announcements come out. The way it normally works is they send solicitations for pre-orders to distributors who send them out to game stores. The distributors and game stores all advertise the pre-orders, and that's what gets reported around. Sometimes they also send out a press release email with all the information but no links or anything. Then days or sometimes weeks later, WizKids updates their website with the information. Gale Force 9 is another company that does it like that, and a few of the RPG publishers do the same thing. Not sure if it's because they have a schedule for updates to their website or if it's something to do with getting the products entered into their own web stores being more difficult than sending solicitations to distributors, but that's typically how it goes.
Ah, thank you! It was driving me crazy!!
 





Prediction for 2022: Tales of the Yawning Portal 2, with a focus on the Kuo-Toa/Drow/Demonwebs sequence. They did Against the Giants in the first one, so could continue on from there, and add in other classics. Tharizdun? Tsojcanth?
I hope this comes true.

I really like the conversions from TotYP, though the Steading of the Hill Giant Chief had some logistics issues. I'm hoping they'll make another.
 

Getting a full GDQ span for 5e would be just lovely.

Prediction for 2022: Tales of the Yawning Portal 2, with a focus on the Kuo-Toa/Drow/Demonwebs sequence. They did Against the Giants in the first one, so could continue on from there, and add in other classics. Tharizdun? Tsojcanth?

The sound design on Skyrim's spiders is effective, I'll say that. Every time spiders show up in a videogame, it's just an ugh moment. The parasite spiders in Dark Souls 2 are particularly horrible.

Same. It's the movement that triggers me. Even in Skyrim VR, my heart jumps when I'm ambushed by a giant spider.
 


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