3515 Level 3 Monsters

Photo insert:

Included in the "Level 3 Monsters" box set were 11 detailed 25mm lead miniatures. The descriptions listed below are taken from the photo insert that was attached to the back of the Box Set:

 

Ogre – 1248A-2; This monstrous, foul-natured being has bushy-brows and a scalplock. He wears a fur loincloth supported by a decorated leather belt, from which hang heads and a pouch. He carrier a huge club.

Harpy – 1272A-2; This remarkable creature, half-bird and half-woman, sails through the air on outspread wings, with deadly claws reaching forward.

Displacer Cat – 1279A, (2) 1279B; This hellish creature is similar to a great cat with rough-edged tentacles.

Wights – (2) 1276B; These two malevolent apparitions leap up, fanged and wild-haired, to pounce on their victims, draining their life force.

Slime Monster – 1266A; This large amoeba-like creature can be played as any number of different slime, jelly, or pudding monsters.

Bugbears – 1245A, (2) 1245B; These shaggy goblin-like creatures carry an axe or spiked club. They wear a metal breastplate, dagger, and an assortment of pouches.

Wererats – (2) 1271A; These two ratment are hunched over, swords in hand, and their sharp faces are contorted in a ratlike snarl.

 

Notes:

The box contained 13 total pieces, 3 of which comprised the Displacer Cat.

Bugbears; Some sets could have (2) 1245A & (1) 1245B figures depending on the availability of the figure, or human error during packaging.

Harpy; The Harpy’s base was shortened (1272A-2) later in the production of the Dungeon Dwellers line (about the time the white box sets were produced). Depending on the date the box set was produced, it could be possible that the earlier Harpy with the longer base (1272A-1) could have made its way into some of the white box sets.

The Ogre’s club was repositioned (1248A-2) later in the production of the Dungeon Dwellers line (about the time the white box sets were produced). Depending on the date the box set was produced, it could be possible that the earlier Ogre with his club slung over his shoulder (1248A-1) could have made its way into some of the white box sets.