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D&D Miniatures Deathknell Booster Pack: A D&D Miniatures Game Product

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  • Product Dimensions: 23.2 x 7.5 x 5.9 cm ; 113 g
  • Shipping Weight: 118 g
  • Item model number: WOC96628
  • ASIN: 0786935146
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 22 2009
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #134,257 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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Dungeons and Dragons Miniatures Deathkell [Toy]

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Some Very nice minitures, but most are mundane April 5 2005
By Bobby R. Miller - Published on Amazon.com
The beholder is truly spectacular and several other miniatures in this set are "must haves" for any collection but distribute across Rare, Uncommon, and Common is even worse than earlier sets.

I look at these mainly through the eyes of RPG so if you play the miniatures warband games with these you may like this set better than I do. Alone this set is great, I like the Grell, the Couatl, Centaur Hero, and Flind Captain for their workmanship and variety they add to the game. The Uncommons are all interesting and appear in the distribution just about right.

Taken as a whole with what has already been released I get the feeling of Deja Vu. Again the number of dwarves available has increased with 4 more selections in this set while other player character races are only slightly represented. Mages and priests are present but still only add a few to your collection. While the Blue Dragon is large, as are several of the Rares and Commons, most of the dragons and large creatures represented are smaller that life when set in front of your party's miniatures.

The reason I only gave this set 3 stars is the distribution with continues to get worse with each set. The number of commons has fallen to 12 but they continue to make up 1/2 of a box. Rares have increased to 24 so you have to have perfect distribution to make get a full set out of two cases (doesn't happen) and you end up with 8 of each common (funny, THEY are perfectly distributed over 2 cases). It's getting where I don't care if I get all of the miniatures, I'll just pick out a few that I like and get them on ebay.

Over All: Very Good. Excellent construction and paint, Out of 2 cases I did not have any damaged or deficient pieces as I had in earlier sets. Would be happier if the commons were really the foes we commonly find in higher numbers and we didn't have to buy so many of them to get the better, rare, pieces.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
One of the preferred sets April 8 2005
By Zen Minras - Published on Amazon.com
Of all the sets I've purchased, I have to admit this 1 is one of the more interesting ones. It comes with many large sized pieces and it isn't very unlikely you won't get at least one of them. Most of the pieces are relatively useful. Creatures such as Griffons, Beholders, vampire spawn, vampires, ettins, etc are very commonly liked creatures for use in game. Overall, this is one of the better deal packs I've seen as of far. However, I do wish they would release an Undead Pack. That would be interesting to see. ;)
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Best I've Seen...Some What May 9 2005
By J. Dye - Published on Amazon.com
The new DeathKnell miniatures are extremely detailed. There are 60 miniatures to a set. The majority of the set are finely detailed. This series has a variety of character classes. The mini's I enjoyed were the Dwarf Artificer the detail is exquisite. The Beholder rare mini blew me away, along with the Grell mini. The miniature settings range from Temple of Elemental Evil to The new Ebberon setting. I would like to have seen more undead minis. The undead mini's I noticed in the set was a dwarf skeletal, and a hobgoblin zombie, again great detail. I could do without most of the rares in this series. I noticed a rare samari dwarf. Nothing rare about that mini. I agree with some in their reviews that if you were to buy a case of these boosters, it's very doubtful, and unlikely that you will get a set. I would just buy a case of these then hit ebay up for the ones you are missing to complete your set.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great July 8 2005
By Tom T. Wu - Published on Amazon.com
Love it. No need to paint. Pretty detailed considering it's mass produced. Loyal fan of D&D. A+!