D&D Monster Manual 73: Tomb of Annihilation – Vegepygmies and Batiri Goblins

D&D Dungeons and Dragons Monsters - Tomb of Annihilation – Vegepygmies and Batiri Goblins

As I noted the other day, I was looking through some containers of models in December and found the Zombicide Crowz – in that same container, I found the Vegepygmies and Batiri Goblins – from the Tomb of Annihilation D&D board game, and decided to put in the (small) amount of required effort to get them painted up!

D&D Dungeons and Dragons Monsters - Tomb of Annihilation – Vegepygmies D&D Dungeons and Dragons Monsters - Tomb of Annihilation – Vegepygmies

As someone who’s really not a D&D player, I’m only vaguely familiar with a lot of their monsters – and I also have to assume that some D&D monsters are tied to some specific settings/worlds, but I also understand that a lot of people’s actual campaigns feature a mix of whatever the DM feels like throwing in at the time. Anyway, that’s a long-winded way of simply stating that I’d never heard of either of these races. The colourful one of these Vegepygmies is the Chief!

D&D Dungeons and Dragons Monsters - Tomb of Annihilation – Batiri Goblins D&D Dungeons and Dragons Monsters - Tomb of Annihilation – Batiri Goblins

The three Batiri Goblins all had the same sculpt, so I just painted their decoration featuring different colours. It won’t have any gameplay effect other than perhaps “move the goblin two spaces closer – yeah, the red one”.

D&D Dungeons and Dragons Monsters - Tomb of Annihilation – Vegepygmies and Batiri Goblins

You can see here that they’re all pretty small. I’ve got them here next to a Khorne Bloodbound from AoS and a D&D Nolzur’s Dragonborn – and even a 15mm Flames of War model. Allowing for the variation in base sizes, you can see just how small these models are. Still, they’re done and we’re one step (or seven small steps!) closer to playing Tomb of Annihilation!

…I really need to finish off the last models from the Drizzt game so we can play it this year!