Kidrobot is now offering Dungeons & Dragons Plush Characters
The world’s oldest roleplaying game Dungeons & Dragons offers a wide myriad of characters, monsters, and magical creations that has captured the imaginations of geeks since the 70s. There are many fan favorites and Kidrobot has partnered to bring some of those favorites as high quality beautifully rendered plush collectibles. We here at the Geek Post are absolutely in love with these and we thought our readers would be as well.
Let’s Meet The Cute Dungeons & Dragons Plushies from Kidrobot
The Snowy Owlbear
Snowy Owlbears hail from the Icewind Dale region of Forgotten Realms. Also known as artic owlbears they can be found inhabiting caves in artic regions. Similarly to their cousins from more temperate climates, they looked like hybrids of snowy owls and polar bears.
The Snowy Owlbear Phunny plush is most at home on the icy tundra but will happily live on your shelf in exchange for food. Lots of food. This fearsome cross between an owl and a bear sits over 7 inches tall and is made from the softest premium materials and love.
The Displacer Beast
Displacer beasts are panther looking large creatures typically with six legs and a pair of long tentacles on their front shoulders. They are covered in black fur and can get up to 9 feet long weighing in at over 500 lbs. The Displacer beast is a Dungeons & Dragons staple appearing first in Greyhawk Suppliment (1975).
Furious death comes for you from the Feywild… in the form of the cutest little kitty around! From the lore of Dungeons & Dragons, the Displacer Beast Phunny plush is technically not a cat (it has six legs, after all), and is technically a foot or two outside your reach when you think you’re actually cuddling it close during a game of D&D with friends. Over 7 inches tall and made from the softest premium materials and love.
One of our Dungeon Master’s favorite monsters is the Mimic. So much so that every thing we collect as players we have a “test” that our characters will do to ensure it is not a mimic. The mimic made its first appearance in the original Monster Manual (1977), by Gary Gygax. They are able to take on different forms. According to the book, mimics pose as items such as stonework, doors, or chests; when a character or creature touches the disguised mimic, the mimic can lash out with a bludgeoning pseudopod. A mimic excretes an adhesive glue to hold fast whatever touches it. The book states that all mimics move about constantly in search of prey.
You spy an unopened chest, deep in the dungeon… does it hold priceless treasure or painful death? From the lore of Dungeons & Dragons, the Mimic can alter its shape to look like any inanimate object, and today it has chosen the form of a soft and squeezable Phunny plush. Over 7 inches across and made from the softest premium materials and love.
One of the most fearsome of Dungeons & Dragons monsters, appearing in EVERY edition of the game, the Beholder is a floating orb of flesh with a large mouth, single central eye, and many smaller eyestalks on top with powerful magical abilities.
From the lore of Dungeons & Dragons, the powerful Beholder is aggressive and greedy and really good at winning staring contests. In Phunny plush form, it’s considerably less powerful and only a tiny bit cranky. Still, best to avoid eye contact at all costs. Over 7 inches across and made from the softest premium materials and love.