WizKids’ Announces Gargantuan Red Dragon Miniature Coming This Year


Wizkids has revealed to IGN their next massive monster to dominate your gaming table, the “miniature” Gargantuan Red Dragon is set to hit stores in June and will be priced at $400 USD.

Following last year’s success Gargantuan Tiamat and Gargantuan Arveiaturace releases, the tabletop role-playing accessories developer will continue its line of high-end gigantic dragons with the former Balagos red dragon, the Flying Flame. You can pre-order this monstrosity through Amazon or WizKids Store.

While all of WizKids’ gargantuan dragons are impressively large for what would normally constitute a miniature, Balagos’ sculpt positions the miniature as the tallest model to date, with outstretched wings that vertically measure nearly 18 inches tall. 5 inches from base to tip.

You can find the full measurements of the fire-breathing juggernaut below:

Base with horns — 9.5 inches

From the base to the top of the neck — 10.25 inches

From the base to the tip of the wing — 16.5 inches (left fender) or 18.25 inches (right fender)

wingspan — 23.5 inches

Gargantuan Red Dragon from WizKids, Balagos, The Flying Flame Render Gallery

“After the success of the Gargantuan White, Arveiaturace, we knew we had a hit with the fans,” said Patrick O’Hagan, RPG Executive Producer at WizKids. “For our next dragon, we wanted to keep going BIG and released Balagos, the Flying Flame. stronger.

A design rendering of the Balagos miniature next to a standard 12 oz.  can of soda.

A design rendering of the Balagos miniature next to a standard 12 oz. can of soda.

In The Forgotten Realms’ default Dungeons & Dragons setting, Balagos was something of a tyrant, even by dragon chromatic standards. His megalomaniac whims eventually led him to the conclusion that he must rule over all dragons and usher in the extermination of the human and elven races. So, you know, the perfect antagonist to drop in front of your players with a startling thump.

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