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    Post [AD&D] Spotlight -- Naga

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    Check out this new article Wizards of the Coast posted recently:

    Spotlight -- Naga

    This 31-point figure can give you an extra 5 VP per turn. That would almost pay off the cost in 6 turns -- if the game lasted that long, which it probably won't, and if the Naga gets its tail into a victory area, which it probably won't.

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    I always enjoyed Nagas as intelligent enemies that give players the willies. Too bad this one turned out to be so poor as a mini. And a rare? Ugh.

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    This one is a rare? I thought it was a poor Naga indeed. That is just sad

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    Some of the earlier nagas are better, IMO. Like the Bone Naga. Everything is better dead. I'm not misunderstood, I'm Chaotic Evil!!! Bwahahahaha...

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    No way dude... Lawful Evil is the way to be!

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    I am not all that fond of this rendition of a Naga.

    That is the problem with alignment - I would swear I am chaotic good but everyone else swears I'm lawful evil. Hmmm... go figure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rabkala View Post
    I am not all that fond of this rendition of a Naga.
    Same here. Just from the picture, it looks like they put a grimacing human face on top of a spiky snake's head. How does it eat?

    (MINOR SPOILER AHEAD)

    I wish someone would do a naga resembling the creature in Robert E. Howard's "The God in the Bowl" ... attractive humanoid head on top, snaky coils below.
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    Anybody got a pic of the bone naga?

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    Now I would love to get one of those,Be perct for amin in my game,and maybe a true serpentman aswell.
    Quote Originally Posted by fmitchell View Post
    Same here. Just from the picture, it looks like they put a grimacing human face on top of a spiky snake's head. How does it eat?

    (MINOR SPOILER AHEAD)

    I wish someone would do a naga resembling the creature in Robert E. Howard's "The God in the Bowl" ... attractive humanoid head on top, snaky coils below.
    War. War never changes


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    Here's your pic, Mul:

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    Here's the D&D Minis card

    http://www.wizards.com/dnd/minigen/p...;&s=,none,none

    Dang, that sucker is one wicked dude. Makes the Desert of Desolation Naga look like a garden snake.

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    This fits better with Naga's human head rendition, with this pic being more skully then Farcaster's.
    Last edited by Maelstrom; 02-14-2008 at 01:24 PM.

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    What is that a picture of Farcaster?

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    A bone naga, lad. Like you asked for.
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