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[Merch] Red Dragon Trophy Plaque will make your game room complete

If you are crafting the perfect room for your RPG sessions, and you are going the way of medieval fantasy, then you might want to stuff and mount a dragon’s head on the wall. Problem is, the number of dragons running around has dwindled in the last thousand years. On the plus side, WizKids has a fantastic dragon head replica to mount on your trophy wall.

The red dragon plaque is made of foam rubber and latex that’s carefully hand-painted for realistic detail. The trophy plaque comes with everything you need to mount the plaque to your wall.

This is a heavy trophy (15 pounds), so you’ll need to make sure you mount it to the wall correctly, or it will come crashing down in the middle of your gameplay, ruining someone’s night – quite possibly your own.

This is a great looking piece, but I wonder if it is too small? I would think a red dragon would be a bit larger, but that is probably me just being picky.

I know a number of our favorite Spoilerites have game rooms that look like Ye Olde Tavern, and having one or more of these on the wall would add to the atmosphere. It would be totally awesome if WizKids did variations of these in different colors, so you could have a whole wall filled with the spoils of your dragon hunts.

The downside? Right now there is no word or release date on the Dungeons and Dragons Red Dragon Trophy Plague, so you’ll have to keep checking the WizKids page for updates.

via WizKids

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