D&D DRAGON #126 HOODIE
On a frozen tundra, the sun is setting, the hoar frost is glittering like thousands of pieces of broken glass. A ranger in the service of the High King has just been attacked by the undead remains of a frost giant who has waited a long time for this moment of revenge. Having lost her sword and used up her normal arrows, the ranger has a single elven arrow left—from which comes the painting’s name: "Saving the Best for Last."
Daniel Horne’s classic painting that first graced the cover of issue #126 of Dragon Magazine has been turned into wearable art as a part of Death Saves’ ongoing collaboration with Dungeons & Dragons. Get yours before they disappear…
An Official Collaboration with
REGULAR "TRUE TO SIZE" FIT:
- 8.5 oz., 80/20 cotton/polyester blend fleece with 100% cotton face
- Jersey lined hood
- Split-stitched double-needle sewing on all seams
- Twill neck tape
- Metal eyelets
Designed & Manufactured in USA.
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