As many of you know, Dear Readers, my favorite adventure of the pre-published kind is Waterdeep: Dragon Heist. It is easily one of, if not the best pre-printed adventures that Wizards of the Coast have published.
It has action, mystery, adventure, dungeon delving, political intrigue, more action, incredible fight scenes and locations. It also has interesting and complex villains.
And that is our discussion today. The villains.
I have finally collected each and every miniature of the major villains from the adventure. Some of them you are familiar with, some of them you are going to get to know. These are their stories (dun dun!).
First off, we have that famous, or rather infamous beholder that everyone loves to hate: The Xanathar.
As you may have seen in a previous post, this is a guy that I painted personally after assembling him with much trepidation. He was one of the D&D Collector’s Series line of miniatures.
This is also a miniature that I have painted. Head of the Black Network, mansion is a clone of his original self. He too comes from the D&D Collector’s Series line of miniatures.
The drow that everyone loves. Well, the second favorite drow. We all know who the first one is.
This guy is also from the D&D Collector’s Series, and I assembled him long before I did The Xanathar. Much like The Xanathar, I have been rather intimidated in painting him, mostly because of the fact that he is made of resin and is so ridiculously delicate.
Victoro and Ammalia Cassalanter
These two were recent acquisitions. They come from the Waterdeep: Dragon Heist set of pre-painted miniatures.
I acquired these two off of the Miniature Market website. They were the only two that I had not yet acquired and that were not part of the D&D Collector’s Series. But with them, I finally acquired all of the main villains from that beloved adventure of mine.
There you have it. I finally have the whole set. And I’m so tickled pink about it.
What do you think, Dear Readers? Tell me in the comment section below!
Thanks, as always for reading.
Until next time, Dear Readers…