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Uanaga 11.8" Dragon Themberchaud plush,D&D DragonThemberchaud plush,Themberchaud Plush Red Flying Dragon Doll Plushie,Suitable for Birthday Gifts for Boys and Girls

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When the first trailer for Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves dropped late last July, a friend of mine almost immediately DMed me to ask, “Is there any lore about the fat dragon?” Dragons whose body types differ from those slim, snaky models in the D&D Monster Manual are pretty rare, which made this chonky boy stand out.

Themberchaud encapsulates everything that makes Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves work: comedy, danger, action, and lore. The dragon is so fat that it has trouble flying, breathing fire, and moving, choosing to slide down the pile of bones from his victims to eat those intruding on his home. While Themberchaud being large is comedic, it also serves the story well by giving the adventurers a chance to survive and escape, which, given their propensity for screw-ups and failures, could have been impossible otherwise. Eric L. Boyd (2006-09-13). Dragons of Faerûn, Part 1: Roll Call of Dragons (Zipped PDF/RTF/XLS). Web Enhancement for Dragons of Faerûn. Wizards of the Coast. Archived from the original on 2016-11-01. Retrieved on 2017-10-29. Dragons are right there in the name, a fire-breathing Chekhov’s gun for the fantasy realm. At some level, especially for people like myself who aren’t too familiar with the game, you’re waiting for an awesome scaly bastard to show up. Maybe it’s a hoarder of treasure. Maybe it’ll be an especially smart and cunning dragon, voiced by a British actor. Maybe it’ll chase the heroes across the rolling hills of the countryside, spewing fire as they barely keep ahead. But of all the characters I might love the fat dragon the most. The filmmakers could have given us any number of scarier beasts in the Underdark, but they chose Themberchaud, and made him a realistic threat that won’t, most likely, lead to lasting trauma for any children in the audience. And they could have gone the way of a lot of movies lately and vilified fatness, but instead the dragon uses his shape to his advantage, eats a bunch of bad guys, and, at least from what I’ve seen online, won most audience’s hearts along the way. I’ve been thinking about this ever since my screening. The writers made a lot of excellent choices to give us a family-friendly movie. There are real stakes, and moments of darkness and raw emotion, but they’re balanced with character-driven humor. The humor is smart rather than pandering to some focus group’s idea of what kids laugh at. Edgin’s daughter is realistically angry with him, and the film treats her sense of betrayal with utter seriousness, and Edgin’s whole arc is about learning to apologize and mean it. The love and acceptance between Holga and Marlamin is treated with that same seriousness: she’s sad that their relationship is over, but she can also be happy for him and move on. When Simon comes into his own as a magician, it’s because he’s faced up to his own self-doubt, not because he learns a particular spell or defeats an external foe. Xenk is annoying because Paladins are always annoying—but he’s a Paladin because he’s Seen Some Shit, and he’s right about everything. And we all love Doric even when she’s a worm.Christopher Perkins, Adam Lee, Richard Whitters (September 1, 2015). Out of the Abyss. Edited by Jeremy Crawford. ( Wizards of the Coast), pp. 65–67. ISBN 978-0-7869-6581-6. And he’s just so… cute? I mean he’s huge and frightening and might eat the heroes, but he’s also so squishy and I can’t help but ask the party: “have you tried hugging Themberchaud? Or scritching him under his wings? Maybe that will work in this case?” Arklem Greeth | Valindra Shadowmantle | Malabog | Azharzel | Red Wizards of Thay | Xivros | Fulminorax | Celadaine | Morlanth He is closely served by a group of Duergars with psionic powers called the Keepers of the Flame. He uses his fire breath to heat the great iron forges of the grey dwarves and temper their weapons in exchange for more treasure for his hoard and slaves to eat. Although he's pampered by the grey dwarves, Themberchaud would often complain about his obesity and his inability to fly. I had a theory, but it wasn’t confirmed until the toys for the movie were solicited — the red dragon in Honor Among Thieves is Themberchaud, who has a pretty significant history in the Dungeons & Dragons game. That made me feel pretty good about the chances that the movie was really going to dig into D&D lore. If writer-directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein were willing to go all-in on a deep-cut character like Themberchaud, what else from the sourcebooks could I expect them to dig into?

There’s been a lot of talk about fatness in film lately. But you know who’s a great, non-problematic fat character, who didn’t require the use of prosthetics or an egregious fatsuit? Items currently discounted by other promotions are also not eligible for additional discounts via discount codes. The novelization has Xenk stab Themberchaud in the eye with his sword, but the movie has it in the top of the head.Realistic design: Themberchaud Plush is designed to resemble the mythical creature from popular fantasy novels. With intricate details, vibrant colors, and lifelike features, this plush toy brings the legendary creature to life, making it a must-have for fantasy enthusiasts.

Eytan Bernstein (2007-06-20). Psionic Races and Classes (Blues, Duergar, and Elans). Class Chronicles. Wizards of the Coast. Archived from the original on 2020-03-14. Retrieved on 2017-09-24. As stated above, Themberchaud is fat and overweight for adult dragon standards, so much so he is no longer able able to fly, he can only use his wings to hop. Karzov | Gothwan Cooper | Cloaked Ascendancy ( Gyrion the Ascendant | Nostura of the Stone Eye | Kabal the Firesoul | Lukan of the Mystic Veil) David Lewman (February 28, 2023). Honor Among Thieves: The Junior Novelization. (Random House Worlds), chap. 20, pp. 133–139. ISBN 0593647955.Durable construction: Themberchaud Plush is built to withstand hours of play and adventure. It is made with strong stitching and reinforced seams, ensuring that it can withstand rough handling and retain its shape for a long time. The Themberchaud of the Rage of Demons storyline is vain and proud, like most red dragons. He’s described as pampered and restless. In Sword Coast Legends, he has the deep and booming voice you’d expect from such a massive monster. Like all dragons in D&D, he can speak, and is a character who can be interacted with, rather than just a monster to fight and kill. David Lewman (February 28, 2023). Honor Among Thieves: The Junior Novelization. (Random House Worlds), chap. 19, p. 132. ISBN 0593647955. It should be noted that Themberchaud's appearance in Honor Among Thieves is vastly larger in length and height (not weight!) than a typical red dragon of his age category should be, being more comparable to a great wyrm. The reason is unknown; he may have been magically enlarged or has simply been magnified on screen for effect.

Eric L. Boyd, Eytan Bernstein (August 2006). Dragons of Faerûn. Edited by Beth Griese, Cindi Rice, Kim Mohan. ( Wizards of the Coast), p. 156. ISBN 0-7869-3923-0. Escape the Underdark copies the story from Out of the Abyss but changes some details, namely having Themberchaud be aware the Keepers intend to kill him and planning to raise the hatchling to be loyal to him rather than destroying the egg.

Themberchaud is the basis for the Dicelings Red Dragon and the Nerf Dungeons & Dragons Themberchaud Dart Crossbow. And now I am far too large to ever leave. Even if I tore the entire place down around me, I could not claw my way to the surface from here. Instead, I remain buried in a prison of my parents’ making, far beneath a sky I’ve never seen.” It is unclear if the two egg theft incidents are meant to be the same or unrelated, and if it is the same egg. Out of the Abyss says this is "recently" but is set more than a century later, so it is presumed they are separate events. Christopher Perkins, Adam Lee, Richard Whitters (September 1, 2015). Out of the Abyss. Edited by Jeremy Crawford. ( Wizards of the Coast), pp. 53, 55. ISBN 978-0-7869-6581-6. Soft and cuddly material: Themberchaud Plush is made from high-quality, plush fabric that is incredibly soft to the touch. This makes it perfect for snuggling and hugging, providing a comforting and cozy experience.



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