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WizKids and Wizards of the Coast team up to produce new miniatures

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Today, February 7, WizKids made an announcement on its website that a licensing agreement with Wizards of the Coast has been made for "Dungeons & Dragons" pre-painted miniatures.

According to the press-release, the first set of miniatures will coincide with the release of the next edition of the role playing game which will be released this summer of 2014.

The new line of Dungeons & Dragons miniatures will feature creatures and characters that players have come to know and love, allowing them to wage their battles and experience their adventures with a greater level of immersion and tactical interplay.

One thing that was left out was whether or not the new miniatures would be compatible with the older miniatures game that were published by Wizards of the Coast from 2003 to 2011. In 2008, a group called the "DDM Guild" took over the development of the skirmish game which had continues support from the DCI.

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