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D&D: WizKids Unveils Exandria’s Leviathans – Uk’otoa Can Be Yours

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Dec 15 2022

Critical Role’s legendary leviathan gets a mini. WizKids has an Uk’otoa (Uk’otoa) miniature up for pre-order now.

WizKids has done it again. Their collaboration with the Critical Role team has this time yielded a mighty sea-going leviathan, in miniature form. Uk’otoa (Uk’otoa) is out for pre-order – sinister whispers sold separately.

That’s right. The multiple eyes of Uk’otoa can come to your tabletop, ready to take part in your mass combats. The miniature comes pre-painted, ready for action. Take a look.


Critical Role: Uk’otoa – $100

Fresh off its debut during The Mighty Nein Reunited special, Critical Role: Uk’otoa brings a version of the tabletop miniature directly to your collection! This gargantuan miniature features 3 pieces; head, midsection, and tail, all on their own bases that can be posed or positioned all over the battlefield as the rest of the impossibly long serpent coils beneath the waves. The head, bearing down on its prey, or rewarding those that set it free, stands nearly 5 inches tall. The massive tail curves out of the water, looking to drag someone below, and can hold 1 unlucky medium creature on a 25mm base.  

Whether joining forces with The Mighty Nein to take on this impossible foe or facing off with them in a race to release the beast yourself, Uk’otoa makes a great addition to any Exandria campaign. This behemoth is a great centerpiece for your collection and is compatible with most popular tabletop RPGs!

Uk’otoa was imprisoned under the Lucidian Ocean. For a time Uk’otoa was the patron of the warlock known as Fjord, from Campaign 2. Appearing as a massive serpent, Uk’otoa was a creation of the god Zehir and was left to rule the seas as his proxy after the calamity.


When creatures were gifted with the great serpent’s power, they manifested new eyes in unusual places. Eyes that could see beyond mortal ken.

And now he can be yours!

Author: J.R. Zambrano
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