Magma Giant XL Enemy Pack
Rising up out of the burning pools of fiery magma that fill the Caverns of Cynder, these gargantuan creatures are made from molten rock. Towering over the other inhabitants of their domain, the Magma Giant smashes everything in sight with its burning fists and hate-filled rage!
This Enemy Pack contains everything you need to add the massive and terrifying Magma Giant of Cynder to your games of Shadows of Brimstone! There is 1 plastic XL Magma Giant model included, as well as the large Enemy Record Sheet, die-cut counters, 3 Cynder themed 8-sided dice, and all of the Threat Cards needed to add it to your games.
This Enemy Set also includes Threat cards for a Blasted Wastes and a Belly of the Beast OtherWorld variants, with different abilities, color schemes, and modifiers for each.
Figures supplied unassembled and unpainted.
Posted by William Carroll on 16th Sep 2020
I have purchased and painted two of this model. It is very satisfying to paint all the cracks and details in this model.
Posted by Taylor Hudson on 2nd Sep 2020
The magma giant sculp is awesome and fun to paint. It really adds a cool element to the game even if you're not playing with the Caverns of Cynder expansion.
Posted by Codewarlock on 30th Jun 2020
A great addition for any Cynder campaign, or even Wastelands or Belly of the Beast (with variants).
I had a bit of trouble assembling the front/back with the legs, which ended up with an hour of frustration and fixing, but in the end it looks really cool!
Posted by Unknown on 17th Oct 2019
This model is great. It really stands out because with is left arm reaching out. Not to complicated to work with.
Posted by Chris Cully on 26th Nov 2018
Received a few days ago. goes together really well, no gaps around the joints that I can see, but this might be down to the glue I'm using as well. Excellent detail on the model as well, much better than the original core set casts!
I think the instructions are in the wrong order for pieces 1-4 - it made more sense, to me, to put the legs together, then the torso front, then back - there looks to be a little force or twisting required for the instruction order...but this might just be my interpretation.
Excellent model, none-the-less
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