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dnd Owlbear mini - Artisan Guild DnD and Wargaming Miniature | Animal | Owl | Bear | Druid Form | Pathfinder | Beast | Forest | Shape | Wild

Original price $14.61 - Original price $14.61
Original price
$14.61
$14.61 - $14.61
Current price $14.61

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⚔️ A wonderful Owlbear, prepared for battle!

📐Based on heroic 28mm scale (closer to 32mm). Perfect for D&D, Pathfinder, and other popular tabletop games. Comes with a 2" round base.

Knight mini pictured is a 28mm scale mini to compare against, and is not included.

💧Printed in a durable resin, these miniatures are cleaned cured and ready for the tabletop, or for your paint station!

🎨Our miniatures come unpainted.

Officially Licensed to sell Artisan Guild miniatures via their MyMiniFactory Tribe at: https://www.myminifactory.com/users/Artisan_Guild

⚠️Warning: Choking Hazard – Small Parts. This product is not suitable for children under three (3) years old.

Customer Reviews

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Rosina
Shipping took way long on account of Canad...

Shipping took way long on account of Canada Post but seller was very responsive and took care of it quickly.

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Viola
Great quality and lots of detail! Customer...

Great quality and lots of detail! Customer service is excellent

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Antone
Great mini super detailed no damage or mis...

Great mini super detailed no damage or missing parts

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Roy
Beautiful mini that is perfect for my dnd...

Beautiful mini that is perfect for my dnd campaign

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Jon
This is a hefty, dramatic mini. A lot of f...

This is a hefty, dramatic mini. A lot of fun to paint. I had been drifting out of mini painting but now I'm stoked to be back into it, thanks to this one.

When it arrived, one of the feathers was broke and my system of using poster putty to mount on a jar lid for holding while painting kept failing (it's a heavier mini) and once when I picked it off the floor, it was missing part of an antler. Both my parents were biologists, so I think it's realistic that animals be banged up. For the broken antler, it took image search and a few seconds to make it realistic. Prefer it this way actually.

Wish it were standing taller because it's easy to imagine one of my middle schoolers will be tempted to make comments about its butt sticking up. Hoping they'll be too awed to notice.