D&D Miniatures06/24/2009

Primal Heroes 2

Today's preview features the three Primal characters from the second series of Player's Handbook Heroes miniatures.

Female Human Barbarian

The 3rd edition Frenzied Berserker paragon path was updated to 4th edition as a paragon path in Player's Handbook 2, so it was only natural that this miniature would be one of the figures we'd reprint. She looks completely different with this new paint job, and I'm very happy with how she turned out. She comes with Frenzied Beast Rage, a 9th-level daily power that allows her to take 5 points of damage to deal a little more damage to an adjacent enemy as a minor action until the rage ends.

Male Human Druid

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The Male Human Druid is a simple and straightforward miniature. The green, white, and brown paint is a down-to-earth style for this down-to-earth character. While he has some leather or hide under his clothes, he's a passable alternative to a natural wizard or invoker. This druid is packaged with Leaf Wall, a 6th-level Utility power that that conjures a concealment-granting wall of fluttering leaves.

Male Halfling Barbarian

To celebrate the Eberron Campaign Setting releasing this summer, we've included this halfling barbarian from the Talenta Plains. He thematically fits with our previous Talenta halflings, but this one is a more aggressive barbarian. He comes bundled with Clawfoot Berserker Rage.

Coming soon: martial heroes!

Male Halfling Barbarian

Female Human Barbarian

Male Human Druid

About the Author

Peter Lee works as a game designer for Wizards of the Coast, where he splits his time between RPG design and leading the design for D&D Miniatures.

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