Its long overdue, but we finally have the stats from the unique miniatures one can find in the popular WoTC Adventure System board games. These include new, legal stats for the ever-popular Regis and Catti-Brie, as well as Jarlaxle and other friends. The stats are good for the unpainted miniatures included in those games, or any painted, identical sculpt released in the Dungeon Command series now or in the future.
We've received emails in the past asking if the stats for the WotC produced Conquest of Nerath figures were legal for DDM. The answer? Still a resounding yes. I'd like to add three new reasons to consider the game, even if they are small and in some cases may seem insignificant.
Hello Minis Players! While the DDM guild will not have an official presence at GenCon, we will have an unofficial presence, in the form of, well, me. I will be demonstrating the new Dungeon Command game that was written by Kevin Tatroe, and each set comes with some very cool minis. If you've been wanting themed sets, well, you've got them now. And if you want to get together for some DDM, as many of us do, we'll fill you in on that plan, too!
While the original post was somewhat of an April Fool's joke, the response has been great - even surprising, both on boards, forums and those of you who took time to contact me directly. So, what is a poor guildmaster to do? I've gone back and edited the stats to allow this to release a legal set of figures that are interesting, but will not unbalance the game. And if it adds one more reason to pick up the Conquest of Nerath board game, terrific! Please use the most recent file for the Conquest of Nerath Miniature Set.
We'll see what we can do moving forward to convince you that picking up this game is a good thing. I'll come up with three more reasons in the next week. In the meantime, enjoy the original April Fool's article.
At long last, we are happy to release the stat-cards for the latest D&D Miniatures release: the Dragon Collector's Set. As you know each dragon is unique. After all, a village is almost never menaced by 'a' dragon - you always hear stories about 'the' dragon. It seems like, at least in the stories, these dragons are never alike, and so we aimed at doing this with the current set.
Rob Lyon & D.Garry Stupack
With the advent of the new Dragon Collectors Set, and the release of the dragon stats imminent, we thought we'd release some fiction to paint a very brief character portrait of the type of creatures these unique dragons are. Coldsnap, our wonderful white dragon, is first. She's a little more clever than most, and has some unexpected talents, but we don't think you'll mind.
Wizards of the Coast is planning to launch a new D&D Miniatures skirmish board game. Our own guild master, Kevin Tatroe, did the initial design work. After that several people from Wizards of the Coast have developed the game, including Rodney Thompson and Peter Lee. Some DDM Guild members have already played it, and all of them seem positive about it. To make this game even better, Wizards of the Coast wants your help playtesting it.
The DDM Guild will be present at Neoncon 2011, November 3-6 in Las Vegas. You'll find all events the DDM Guild has planned for the show in this announcement. As you might expect, we have events planned over all 4 days. We are continuing to program a good mix of light-hearted romps with a couple of competitive events - a good balance for a fun weekend. We hope to see you all there.
GenCon saw a surpise releases of the new epic set with boosters that were packaged by the DDM guild members themselves. The boosters (8/box, 7 cases total) were used in league all weekend, and a couple of them even ended up finding their way to tables during the community draft.
I proudly present you the Beta version of Original Edition (OE) Lords of Madness D&D Miniatures expansion set, but, first, let me introduce myself, my revision team and our “modus operandi”. This is the very first time I write here, so you can imagine I am a bit exited!