D&D: The Most Adorable Monsters In Any Manual
Ultra Pro has announced a new range of Figurines of Adorable Power–you’ve seen the Flumph, now check out three more monsters as cuddly as they are deadly.
Look D&D can be extremely adorable when it needs to be. It’s all sort of baked right in to the monsters, whether we’re talking about baby owlbears, gray renders, floating flumphs, or even yuan-ti abominations. But the inherent adorableness of the monsters is not enough, especially when you can’t, say, display them on your desk, or whatever horizontal surface you find most in need of a cuddly creature. Or vertical ones, if you’ve got glue and patience. That’s where Ultra Pro’s Figurines of Adorable Power come in. These are figurines of D&D monsters, but rendered in an adorable, almost chibi fashion to show that even the most menacing monster may be made soft and sweet and in need of a home.
We’ve seen some of these already with the Owlbear, and the Dragon (featured below), but Ultra Pro has recently announced four new figurines of adorable power, previewed in the latest issue of Dragon+. We’ve already seen the flumph, but scroll on for more details.
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These sensitive floating friends resemble psionic jellyfish, which makes them best buds with any adventurer cool enough to hang around their ambient healing fields.
Gazers are bite-sized beholder buds who are born from the fevered dreams of an actual beholder. These smaller, weaker versions might not have all the eye rays, but you can still find beauty in their eyes.
A humanoid space-hippo. What else do you need to know about the giff? That they’re animated and pronounced correctly with a hard g? This is also true, and now you can get one for your very own.
We are pretty sure this isn’t an actual mimic, but you never know so it’s probably safe but be careful.
Each of the figurines is due for delivery sometime in the spring of 2020, so check back then for more. But you can pre-order yours today!