The Huge Pack contains a randomized selection of figures designed to expand any collection of Dungeons & Dragons miniatures. Figures in this set are chosen directly from key D&D; titles, including the Miniatures Handbook, Expanded Psionics Handbook and the new Eberron Campaign Setting. Also, in honor of the 30th anniversary of Dungeons & Dragons, the set contains characters and creatures made popular during the history of the game.
In addition, one of the nine miniatures are much larger than any miniatures released to date and are representative of classic, larger-than-life D&D; icons such as giants and dragons.
Huge Pack components:
- Nine randomized, pre-painted plastic miniatures, including one huge miniature.
- Statistics cards for each miniature.
The product line features:
- 72 unique miniatures in the Giants of Legend set, inlcuding 12 huge-sized creatures.
Miniatures are pre-painted plastic, and are built to standard hobby scale (30mm).
- All D&D; miniatures packages are randomized and made up of rare, uncommon, and common figures.
- Every miniature can be used to add dimension to roleplaying games or to play skirmish-level or mass-battle combat scenarios.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Good miniatures, Terrible Sorting!, Jul 27, 2023
I will keep this very short and to the point: The randomizing of the giant figures in each package is horrible. Out of 4 boxes I received from Amazon, I had 3 duplicates of a single Huge figure. The likelyhood of your Huge figurine being one of the rare ones vs the uncommon ones is also much higher, since the set is more likely to get a rare small figure.
I do like them, but for the money it is not as good a deal as some of the other sets.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Huge Figures, Small Chance, Apr 8, 2023
It seems that the Giants of Legend Huge Pack does have some very nice miniatures that aren't so miniature. However, it is also true that you will likely get 2 or more uncommons (most are not so commonly used) before you will even get 1 real nice 1. For instance, you may purchase 6 packs. Odds seem to be that you will find maybe 2 - bullets, 2 - trents or fiendish tyrans, 1 other uncommon, and 1 rare (Red dragon, gold dragon, etc.) Overall, it's a pretty nice set but you have to expect that the majority of the time you will come out with uncommons with many duplicates before you get what you want.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
This is a good set, but......, Jul 29, 2023
I like D&D; Miniatures giants of Legend Huge Pack because many huge size monsters come out in this set. You can have a hugh red dragon, which isn't like the red dragon (Young) (God...... So small...... Can this dragon damage me?), which cannot make you feel terror when it's in front of other small pieces. It's HUGE red dragon now so it makes the game more real and more fun when you play both D&D; and D&D; Miniatures. In addition, painting job is better than other sets. I like it.
However, each box comes with one HUGE SIZE piece (It's what we pay for it.), but there are total 12 huge size piece in this set. It means that it's very eary to get a lot duplicate huge size pieces before you get what you want to have such as Red Dragon or Golden Dragon. It's why I only give it 4 stars, not 5 stars.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
Multi-Purpose Gaming Tools, Jul 16, 2023
If you don't play the skirmish game, these miniatures are worth the price if you only use them in a P&P; game. Pre-painted and durable as heck, these little buggers can take a lickin' and keep on tickin'. Get rid of your card-stock counters and pick up a few packs of these things to add that extra something to your home games. But, when combined with the extra rules outlined in the Miniatures Handbook, the fun lasts even longer. With a whole bunch of new game types, you'll just get that much play out of these minis. With four series to choose from, there are literaly hundreds of minis just waiting for you to pick them up, throw them on a grid map, and roll away.
The paint jobs are about what you can expect out of mass-produced plastic figures, but in this series (GoL) they have gotten much better. Eyes are no longer blobs of black or white paint, instead detailed and outlined. The minis are usually made of two or more pieces that have been glued together which allows for much, much more detail than the first and to a lesser degree second and third series. I can't wait to see what the Aberrations (Oct 04) series will look like.
However, I have unfortunately had a couple (not terrible, mind you) problems with them. Out of the last 9 or 10 packs I've purchased, I've gotten about ten minis with manufacturing defects, hence the four stars. Detached limbs, broken teeth/swords, etc. WoTC, however has been pretty helpful in making sure I am satisfied, and out of the 10 I have sent back, I have recieved 9 new minis in excellent shape.
Also, though the prices on this series are usually a little up there (most retail for $20), you're getting 9 minis, including a huge one (ranging from 4" to 7" tall), so it compensates for it a little.
Overall a good, fun, and practical product
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
Looking Good, Jul 14, 2023
I have enjoyed all of the sets since this series of Dungeos and Dragons miniatures started, but these are my favorite so far. The extra large figure is a nice touch and the others in the set are excellent as well. The Frost Giant (#48) is particularly well done of the pieces I have so far. I admit I have not actually learned the Skirmish game yet, but they look great as dressing for my desk. My only complaint has been with the assortment. Each box comes with 1 of the huge figures and in the 5 boxes I have purchased so far, I have received 3 Bulettes (#67). It is a nice figure and all but 3 is a little much. Other than that--great job.