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Heroes & Monsters Designer TOOB

$14.99
SKU 100750

Take control of this cast of fantasy heroes and villains figurines in our Role Playing Designer TOOB, featuring valiant warriors and treacherous monsters, perfect for tabletop and role playing campaigns. Have them fight some of our Dragons and create your own thrilling adventures.

Characteristics: This set includes 6 figures: the heroic and hulking Barbarian, the magic-wielding Mage, the armor-clad Warrior Knight, the agile Elven Archer, the menacing Evil Skeleton Soldier, and the monstrous Berserker Orc.

Size and Color: 1.75 inches long, 1.75 inches wide, and 10.5 inches tall, this Designer Toob is a bit smaller than the size of a standard American ruler and contains 6 different figurines that range from 2 to 3 inches tall. The figures display a wide range of colors, from the brown and green clothing of the Elven Archer and Barbarian, to the silver armor of the Warrior Knight and Berserker Orc, to the off-white bones of the Evil Skeleton. The Berserker Orc’s skin is a drab green, and the Mage’s robes are a deep blue.

The Heroes and Monsters Designer TOOB® is part of the TOOBS® collection.

All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free

6 pieces per TOOB®. Contents Cannot Be Purchased Individually.

History:

Fantasy role playing games and tabletop campaigns feature many character archetypes of heroes and villains, with roots in games like Dungeons and Dragons, which was first published in 1974 by Gary Gygax. Even further back, much of today’s fantasy owes a debt to the work of J.R.R. Tolkien, whose magnum opus The Lord of the Rings introduced a wide range of characters and classes, including Orcs, Elves, Wizards and more.

Today, the fantasy genre is more popular than ever, as more and more players are entering the world of role playing and table top games, and popular movies, video games, books and more are all adding fuel to the fire.

 

  • Recommended Age: 3+
  • Size in cm: 30.353 L x 5.461 W x 6.858 H
  • Size in inches: 11.95 L x 2.15 W x 2.7 H
  • UPC: 095866005849
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