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WizKids Unleashes New D&D White Dragon Trophy Plaque

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May 19 2023

WizKids is back with another dragon head trophy, collect this latest one and complete your very own secret Tiamat trophy.

WizKids has another of their monster trophy series up for pre-order. If you’ve not seen one of these before, these are sizable, trophy-style plaques that display the head of a, presumably defeated, monster that you can mount in your game room.

Though you’ll want to be sure you know what you’re doing. Since these things weigh upwads of 8 or 9 pounds, and that takes some serious hardware to actually get up on the wall. But once they’re there, they will look good.

The only head missing now is a Green Dragon trophy plaque. But you can collect the other Chromatic Dragons in the meantime.

WizKids Preorder: White Dragon Trophy Plaque

The White Dragon Trophy Plaque is a highly detailed, hand-painted sculpture made of poly-foam and latex. It includes the hardware needed to mount the plaque to your wall.

The smallest, least intelligent, and most animalistic of the chromatic dragons, white dragons dwell in frigid climes, favoring arctic areas or icy mountains. They are vicious, cruel reptiles driven by hunger and greed.

A white dragon has feral eyes, a sleek profile, and a spined crest. The scales of a wyrmling white dragon glisten pure white. As the dragon ages, its sheen disappears and some of its scales begin to darken, so that by the time it is old, it is mottled by patches of pale blue and light gray. This patterning helps the dragon blend into the realms of ice and stone in which it hunts, and to fade from view when it soars across a cloud-filled sky.

Pictures don’t quite do this piece justice. You can’t tell from pictures alone just how big this trophy plaque is. For comparison’s sake, here’s a look at the Red Dragon with someone standing next to it for scale.

The White Dragon Trophy Plaque is expected to be delivered sometime in Q4 of 2023.

Word has it if you DO collect them all, you can summon Tiamat.


Author: J.R. Zambrano
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