Mount a Beholder on your Wall, Always Have Beauty Nearby

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Because beauty will be in its eyes. Obviously. Check out the new Beholder trophy from Wizkids.

Behold this beholder trophy, beholden to none but those who have slain it. And yet all who behold your beholder (so beholder beholders) will be impressed with its toothy maw, and the startlingly joyous expression on its face. I mean take a look at it–it’s clearly one of a long line of incredibly happy-to-be-alive beholders. Which is a storied D&D tradition dating all the way back to 1st edition AD&D (prior to this, Beholders were so over it).

See? Take a look at this happy fella.

It’s always a good day to be a Beholder. Well, except for today, when you’re stuffed and mounted on a wall.

via Wizkids

Capture beauty in the eyes of the Dungeons & Dragons Beholder Trophy Figure, but beware, one glance can put you to sleep, place you under a charm, or even lead to your demise. WizKids is pleased to announce the upcoming release of this wonderful decorative piece to all Dungeons & Dragons fans far and wide, coming to friendly local game stores this September.

Bring the Dungeons & Dragons Beholder Trophy Figure, as seen on the Stream of Annihilationto your castle, throne room or living quarters with this stunning recreation. With its spectacular “glass-like” eyes, nothing can escape its gaze. Made from foam, rubber, and latex that has been carefully hand-painted for realistic detail, the Dungeons & Dragons Beholder Trophy Figure is designed with an integrated multi-point hard point system which allows you to hang the figure from the ceiling.

  • A hard point eyelet at top enables the figure to hang level, looking straight ahead.
  • A second eyelet positioned further back on head allows for hanging the trophy higher with a downward glance towards the Beholder’s prey.
  • Hard point eyelets on the bottom of figure allow for additional securing to prevent swinging or torqueing that could play havoc with security systems.

And of course, you can always unveil it and shout: Gentlemen! BEHOLD (er)!

  • Vepr

    In the immortal words of George Takei “Oh my”. I want one. Of course if my wife found out what they cost my head would go up right next to it.