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D&D Miniatures: Blood Wars Expansion Set Review

D&D Miniatures: Blood Wars Expansion Set Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jan 18, 2007
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Lead the baddest creatures in the universe in fantasy battles with the new Blood Wars set for the D&D Miniatures game. Here’s the 411.

In the D&D game the bad guys and the even worse guys are having a huge fight over who’s the ultimate evil and everybody calls it the Blood War. Now you can command their fantasy battles with the D&D Miniatures Blood Wars set. It’s packed with all kinds of [kwlink]weird monsters[/kwlink], including a really cool invisible kitty, and a bunch of good guys who kind of referee the huge fights. If you’re a Lord of the Rings fan and want classic elf vs. orc battles, go grab some War Drums figs instead. But if you want crazy battles between living waves, robot wizards and dragon-riding knights, check this set out!


D&D Miniatures: Blood Wars - Thumbs Up:

  • A dragon-riding knight! Sweetness!
  • Some excellent figures – especially the viking Hero of Valhalla!
  • A commander that powers up robot armies.



D&D Miniatures: Blood Wars - Thumbs Down:

  • The price just went up!
  • Lots of really weird monsters.
  • The six-armed snake monster looks horrible!


D&D Miniatures: Blood Wars Set Rating:

Age: 12 and up
Price Range: 2

Price Range Legend
$0-$15 =1
$16-$30 =2
$31-$45 =3
$46-$60 =4
$60+ = 5

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