Monday, 1 February 2016

A few more pictures of her Majesty.

 When I set out a year ago to run this huge, expansive and all encompassing dungeon I was determined to give it the finale that this adventure required. And to that end I spent quite some time searching the net for a model that I thought would be grand enough for Tiamat. 

And I finally found this beauty.

Pre-painted and bought from Amazon.....behold the beauty that is this amazing model.

She originally was painted in a beautiful green.

However I had to make her look a little more colourful

The Rise and Fall of Tiamat

"It takes but a moment to say hello, but forever to say goodbye"

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And this is a final goodbye to Tiamat and her cult of evil dragon botherers.
It has been over 1 year since we started the Wizards o f the Coast dungeon and finally my buddies have finished the quest to defeat the 5 headed Queen of Dragons.

Our D&D session at the weekend started at about 10am and finished just past 1am on Sunday but the bleary eyes, soft drink overload and gamer funk was well worth it.

Here are some pictures of the final few encounters in Xonthals Tower, the Council of Wyrms, meeting the Thayan "diplomats" and the final showdown with Tiamat herself.

Xonthals Tower

Upper level of Xonthals tower

Rolling some moves against the Fire and Earth Elementals

Wind Vortex

Taraz the Fair and his very comfortable room

Meeting the Thayans

Council of Wyrms


Entrance hall to the Tiamat Temple

Part of Tiamats hoard of treasure

Summoning Pool.

Tiamat in all of her MASSIVE glory

Chen the human Monk
Dain the dwarven Battle Cleric
Both go toe to toe against Tiamat


As way of saying thanks to a mate of mine who I play D&D with, I painted the following model.

Bought from Scibor miniatures, this Battle Bear is the "BUSINESS."

I'm a big fan of Scibor miniatures and if you've read or viewed other pictures from my blog you would have seen I have painted a few of these bad boys....

Enjoy the pictures.

Curse of Strahd - New models