MZ688 Lord of the Rings 'MORDOR™ draught beast' Fellowship figure.

Mithril Miniatures

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SKU:
MZ688
UPC:
0735930304774
Condition:
New
Weight:
100.00 Grams
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These are large muscular beasts that are used as beasts of burden for the armies of Mordor. They were used to haul the head of Grond into the battlefield. However they may be dangerous if they break free and run amok, as they will savage and gore anyone in their path. The sculpt was envisioned to match the original ideas mentioned in the forum:

"..I would see it as some form of four-legged horned creature, but of mammal origin rather than reptilian/pseudo dinosaur type, with matted hair around the fore-part of the body (similar to the Bison), but with larger horns.."

This is the 176th release in the Gold Status Fellowship club and was June 2020's Winning idea. It was suggested by 'ddaines'. The beast figure is 55mm in length. There are four parts that require assembly (i.e.: base, 2 horns and body). All parts are made of an alloy of tin, zinc and antimony.

This product is not suitable for children under the age of 14.

Range:
Fellowship club
Race:
Beast
Release Date:
March 2021
Scale:
32mm
Figure weight (including sprue):
80 Grams
Condition:
Unprimed and requires assembly.

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  • 1
    not very good ...in fact terrible!

    Posted by Daniel Pickering (Carnegie Museum of Natural History) on 25th Jan 2022

    what kind of goofy face does this animal have ?... a bovine body with ridiculous nose, eyes and mouth with fangs?!. Come on Chris you can do so much better! Mithril's Response: The figure design has tusks, not fangs, like a boar might. Its a beast of burden, and generally designed around a realistic world, rather than the cgi aberrations of hollywood.

  • 5
    Mighty ox

    Posted by Ninoslav Luk on 11th Jun 2021

    Simply great and no more comments.... I presume Draught beast driver and upcoming head of Grond will perfectly fit into a great picture of whole set of figures...