The final Blood of Gruumsh set is here. We've all had a weakness for Orcs, some of us for decades, so it was inevitable that this set also included a mini-item supplement just for the Orcs.
The Orcs are here! Grab your d20 and start building Borderlands. Part I of a 3 part arc featuring the miniatures in the new set is here. And so are the stats for nine of the ten minis...
From the three corners of the world, three new DDM miniatures have come forward, and we have their stat cards for you right here.
Of course, we had them for you before, but due to unforeseen circumstances, it seems our server lost a month of updates. These figures were released in time for the European Championships, but none made a big splash. Unfortunate, because I can imagine that some might have been good against the warband that actually won!
This year the competitive play has been fierce, with a number of different warbands maintaining their capacity to inflict heavy losses on the enemy. One figure, however, emerged as somewhat broken when analyzed by 2012 North American Champ Brad Shugg; The Human Fighter Lord.
Winning a Championship carries clout, but when you win, and then tell the Guild that the key piece you won with is much too powerful, the Guild certainly pays attention. Brad had 3 Fighter Lord's in his warband, all using Lodestones.
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.