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MB397 The Lord of the Rings 'Cold Drake™' The Dragons of MIDDLE-EARTH™ 32mm Scale Metal Miniatures.

Mithril Miniatures

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0.55 KGS
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Cold-drakes are amongst the oldest breeds of Dragon in Middle-earth and like all others are extremely scarce by the end of the Third-age. The earliest of the Dragons first appeared in the dim past of the First-age and were a manifestation of Morgoth's hatred for the works of the Valar.

The first of the dragons were flightless and had no fiery breath. Over the ages some evolved differently, developing the ability to breath fire as in the the case of Glaurung, whose descendants included true Fire-dragons who could both breath fire and fly, such as Scatha and Smaug.

There remained however in the barren wastes above the Ered Mithrin, even into the Third age, examples of the true cold-drakes, some of whom had developed the power of flight but who had no fiery breath. One such creature, although his name is forgotten in the mists of time, is famous as the slayer of the Dwarf Lord Dain I, great grandsire to Thorin Oakenshield.

Many of Durins' folk had settled in the Grey mountains after the destruction of Moria, and they built their great halls amongst those barren hills. But the drakes were still populous in those parts and the dwarves suffered much from their depredations. Finally Dain and his second son Fror were ambushed by a great Cold-drake who, sweeping down from his rocky lair slew them before the gates of their hall. This act caused the remnant of Durin's folk to abandon the Ered Mithrin, and leave the Cold-drakes to their gloomy realm.

Note on assembly: Base comes in multiple parts and may require some filler. Glue or solder is required to assemble.

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

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  • 5
    Excellent item

    Posted by Gabriela Young on 21st Feb 2024

    Very detailed, carefully crafted, figure. Well packaged. Easily assembled.

  • 5
    After all this time ...

    Posted by Charles-Elie on 9th Sep 2020

    The casting says 1997. Even in 2020, this piece is, in my opinion, still one of the most majestic minis on the market. And at the fairest price you could find a metal mini of this size.