Dungeons & Dragons' Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel Gets Miniatures Set



WizKids, a renowned producer of miniatures, is set to release a premium collection inspired by last year's successful Dungeons & Dragons anthology. The upcoming product, titled D&D Icons of the Realms: Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel – Monsters Boxed Set, will feature 8 intricately painted miniatures. The set includes a diverse range of creatures such as the Tlacatecolo, Aurumvorax Den Leader, Riverine, Pari, Haint, Whistler, and Tlexolotl. Scheduled for release in December 2023, the set will be available at a retail price of $89.99. The higher price tag is likely attributed to the limited number of miniatures in the set, as WizKids typically prices boxed sets higher compared to blind boxes that offer random assortments of miniatures.


Originally launched in July 2022, Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel is an adventure anthology book that revolves around the central hub of the Radiant Citadel, connecting various worlds with influences from real-world cultures and traditions. The book is designed to be "setting neutral," making it compatible with any D&D campaign irrespective of its setting. Notably, the anthology was written entirely by a team of writers from diverse backgrounds, marking a significant milestone for Wizards of the Coast's D&D publications. The book's exceptional writing garnered recognition, earning a nomination for the Nebula Award for best Game Writing earlier this year.







The talented team of writers behind Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel includes Justice Ramin Arman, Dominique Dickey, Ajit A. George, Basheer Ghouse, Alastor Guzman, D. Fox Harrell, T.K. Johnson, Felice Tzehuei Kuan, Surena Marie, Mimi Mondal, Mario Ortegón, Miyuki Jane Pinckard, Pam Punzalan, Erin Roberts, Terry H. Romero, Stephanie Yoon, with Ajit A. George and F. Wesley Schneider serving as the lead designers.


Anticipate the arrival of D&D Icons of the Realms: Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel – Monsters Boxed Set in game stores this December.

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