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Which Reaper dragon for Young Green Dragon in Lost Mines of Phandelver?

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https://www.reapermini.com/miniatures/bones/sku-up/77026   Presently out of stock, but this one looks good in green.  I'm not sure what the dimensions of the dragon in the adventure are, just that it is large and apparently fills a 10' x 10' square.  If this is accounting for length of tail and breadth of wings, the Reaper young fire dragon would be large enough.  It's a reasonable size, about that of a chimera or manticore.  There's also a more expensive metal version of the same figure.  

 

Edit:  store link for the metal version https://www.reapermini.com/search/dragon+metal/latest/03338

 

Listed there as a Young Ice Dragon.  Once it had the name "Flit" in both forms.  That dragon gets around.  

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6 minutes ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

https://www.reapermini.com/miniatures/bones/sku-up/77026   Presently out of stock, but this one looks good in green.  I'm not sure what the dimensions of the dragon in the adventure are, just that it is large and apparently fills a 10' x 10' square.  If this is accounting for length of tail and breadth of wings, the Reaper young fire dragon would be large enough.  It's a reasonable size, about that of a chimera or manticore.  There's also a more expensive metal version of the same figure.  

  

Edit:  store link for the metal version https://www.reapermini.com/search/dragon+metal/latest/03338

 

 Listed there as a Young Ice Dragon.  Once it had the name "Flit" in both forms.  That dragon gets around.  

 

Thank you very much, that is perfect :)

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I was going to recommend Flit the dragon as well! Good call.

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I was going to recommend Argent, but Flit works well too :D

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4 hours ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

but this one looks good in green

I agree

 

3 hours ago, Peter Storm said:

10' x 10' square

 

It should, the base in the picture is 2" iirc (if not then 40mm).

So overall the dragon would be ok for a youg dragon maybe, too large for a hatchling to small for an adult one.

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You said Reaper dragon but if you go outside that, don't get fool into the actual young green dragon made by Wizkids in their unpainted lineup. Base is a huge size. Dragon itself is a large young, just the flight post/base & the pose it's in, needs a huge base to keep it upright.

 

 

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