Toys of the Eighties, Dungeons And Dragons Action Figures
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Based both on the game and the Saturday Morning TV show.
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ryan - October 03, 2007 - Report this comment
the pvc monsters were the coolest. no articulation but mondo detail.
Jangothreat - May 30, 2008 - Report this comment
Had them all. Even the ginormous ones called titans. No one else I knew did so I ended up blowing them up with firecrackers. I'm sure there still in my toy graveyard buried next to my M.U.S.C.L.E. wrestlers and my Battlestar Galactica action figures.
Me - February 24, 2011 - Report this comment
I had one. There was some department store closing down and my dad bought me one action figure- Warduke. I had him up until not too long ago. He got up one night and all his pieces ran
Jeff Kaos - March 29, 2011 - Report this comment
There was a module for the D&D game called "The Shady Dragon Inn" and it had game stats and short bio for all the figures. There was also a dragon head shaped "dungeon" with cool traps.
Jorge - August 12, 2011 - Report this comment
So there was a green haired Orange Caveman that I had as a kid and I was told it was from Dungeons and Dragons. I honestly have no idea where its from or what it was called. Does it sound familiAR 2 anyone?
Adam - October 13, 2011 - Report this comment
I had the Fortress of Fangs set which looked like a giant green dragon head with huge fangs holding up sort of a cave beneath. There were 6 rooms I think in the top portion, one of them with a moving spike wall and another with a trap door that landed you in the dungeon below. I got this set as a substitute for castle grayskull(too expensive) but I ended up really liking it after all (grayskull was actually pretty lame). The only problem was that He-Man guys were too big for this set and I only had a couple of the D&D figures. At any rate, Fortress of Fangs was COOL.
else one - September 13, 2012 - Report this comment
Jorge, he's called Odious Ogre, he came with a book of magic acessory. I have almost the entire AD&D line, all the figures, bendies and PVC's, dragons, etc. except the extremely expensive Shield Shooters-Ogre King/YMT and Northlord (the shield shooter versions, not the original ones)and I need the Tiamat dragon and Hawkler. They all go for well over a hundred (as do Mettaflame, Mandoom and Deeth, who I have). I have the ultra rare Cave Fisher windup loose and on card, loose it goes for around $200, carded more like 400.

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