The eventual release of the LEGO Ideas Dungeons and Dragons set is expected to be announced anytime soon, and it seems that LEGO is not yet done with the surprises. Amidst the buzz, it seems that whispers of the imminent arrival of a LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF counterpart are now making their rounds within the LEGO fan community. So much so that reliable sources give their take on what is to expect from this next LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series.

LEGO and Dungeons and Dragons CMF Reveal Coming Soon

In a strategic alliance, the LEGO Group joins forces with Wizards of the Coast, the renowned publisher behind Dungeons & Dragons.

Set to intertwine with the legendary Dungeons & Dragons universe, the upcoming LEGO Ideas Dragon’s Keep: Journey’s End set (designed by LEGO fan designer BoltBuilds) purportedly commemorates the illustrious 50-year journey of the iconic tabletop roleplaying game, aligning seamlessly with the upcoming LEGO Ideas set.

While the spotlight currently shines on Lucas Bolt’s triumphant creation set to debut in the next few weeks, sources suggest a grander endeavor lies ahead. It appears that beyond the confines of a remarkable 3,000-piece masterpiece, a diverse array of LEGO Collectible Minifigures awaits LEGO and D&D fans alike.

What We Know So Far About the LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF (71047)

According to Instagram user and reliable source maxbautde, the curtain is set to rise on the LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF 71047 on September 1, 2024.

This exclusive collection reportedly comprises 12 distinctive minifigures, each priced at $4.99, encapsulating a captivating ensemble of characters from the magical realms of D&D.

A Glimpse into the Enigmatic LEGO Dungeons and Dragons Collectible Minifigures

From formidable dwarves and enchanting sorcerers to iconic entities such as The Lady of Pain and the Mind Flayer, this collection promises to spark the imagination of fans of the famous role-playing game worldwide. Let’s check out what we can expect from this new and exciting CMF series as suggested by maxbautde.

Female Dwarf Barbarian

LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF

Equipped with a formidable axe (featuring a new mold), this LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF character wields a torch and comes with an alternate male face print.

Githyanki Warlock

LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF

Adorned with an eye staff and new molds for its knife accessory and hair. This predominantly yellow minifigure also features an alternative female face printing.

Tiefling Sorcerer

LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF

This striking ensemble of a minifigure comes with a red baby dragon, trans-pink lightning accessory, and new molds for head and hair, complemented by an alternative male face.

Dragonborn Paladin

dragon born paladin

Featuring a pearl gold LEGO VIDIYO dragon head (perhaps similar to that of the LEGO VIDIYO Metal Dragon BeatBox 43109), adorned in grey armor and wielding a blue shield and mace.

Halfling Druid

Halfling Druid Dungeons Dragons 5e

Cloaked in a cape and accompanied by a bird and staff, this LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF rendition sports an antlered hood (featuring a new mold) and an alternative female face.

Aarakocra Ranger

DnD Aarakocra Guide spear warrior

Armed with a bow and accompanied by a small dog, this predominantly white minifigure boasts Faun legs and new molds for its head and wings.

Mind Flayer

LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF

This Cthulhu-like menacing character also comes with a LEGO version of an Intellect Devourer (featuring a new mold). Truly, a LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF character to have in your collection if you’re a D&D fan.

Strahd von Zarovich

LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF

Dressed in regal attire, this central D&D character’s LEGO version wields a sword, and other accessories such as a goblet, rat, and cape.

Half-Elf Bard

half elf bard

Displaying a printed lute and sword, this new LEGO Dungeons and Dragon CMF character comes with a new mold for its hair and scarf. It also features an alternative female face print.

The Lady of Pain

The Lady of Pain

This LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF character is adorned with a printed cube, a new fancy cape, and a new mold for the head.

Szass Tam

Szass Tam

Radiating with a trans-red skull, and energy blast. This LEGO minifigure rendition is draped in a dark red collared cape.

Tasha the Witch Queen

LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF

Finally, this last character to complete the LEGO Dungeons and Dragons CMF series comes with a unique book, cauldron, and a new witch hat/hairpiece. I assume that this will be one of the most sought-after characters from this Collectible Minifigure series.

Anticipating the Arrival of the LEGO Dungeons and Dragons Minifigures

With all 12 captivating characters poised to grace the LEGO Dungeons & Dragons CMF 71047 series in September, LEGO and D&D fans will certainly look forward to its reveal hopefully any time soon. Expected to retail for $4.99 per minifigure, this LEGO CMF series certainly seems to be promising.

However, the packaging remains a mystery. And as with all rumors, this should be taken with a pinch of salt until such time it’s confirmed by LEGO.

So what’s your take on this list? Which one are you most excited about? Let’s talk about it in the comments below.

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