This D&D Tiamat Statue From PCS Is Huuuuuge!


She’s big. She’s mad. She has five heads! It’s D&D‘s Tiamat! Thanks to PCS and Sideshow, the goddess dragon is getting a brand new statue. Better check your bank account before pre-ordering Tiamat. The magnificent dragon will cost you $1,975. Keep in mind that this is a massive piece, coming in at 28″ tall and 31″ wide. This statue is limited to only 400 pieces. If you happen to have extra cash around, then go for the Deluxe Edition for $2,140. The difference between the two is that the Deluxe Edition has light-up features for the dragon’s heads, and only 250 of those are being made.

If you’re looking for a slightly smaller version of Tiamat, check out the Iron Studios version based on the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon from the 1980s.

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Every epic campaign needs an unforgettable final boss battle! Complete the ritual and summon the Tiamat Statue by Premium Collectibles Studio for your D&D collection today.

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Inspired by the terrifying five-headed draconic goddess, the Tiamat Statue measures 28” tall, 31” wide, and 37.5” deep. She stands on a rocky lava pool cave base that has a footprint of 15” wide and 16” deep. Tiamat has clawed feet, massive wings, and a spiny tail for attacking would-be heroes and protecting her hoard. Her five dragon heads are sculpted with detailed scales, snarling mouths full of fangs, and various horns to reflect their unique powers. The acid-breathing black dragon, poison-spraying green dragon, fire-breathing red dragon, lightning-spitting blue dragon, and frost-breathing white dragon are all ready to destroy the realms with their chaotic evil urges.

The Tiamat statues are expected to ship between November and January 2023. If you’re looking for a badass chick who’s a little more affordable and a little more human, check out Premium Collectibles Studio’s bikini Chun-Li statue.

What do you think of this mammoth statue? Let us know below!

[Source: PCS]


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Mike Phalin
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Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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