This is the 'Cutie Marks And Dragons' set, a My Little Pony/Dungeons & Dragons crossover collection. It features five My Little Ponies, each representing a different character class from the classic tabletop role-playing game, including rogue, barbarian, druid, bard, and wizard, plus dungeon master privacy screen AND a D20. Apparently Hasbro plans on releasing more info about the set, including cost and availability, in the coming weeks. So, which is your favorite? Personally *flourishes hand, revealing your stolen phone* I prefer the rogue. "But how could you, that was--" In your butt? No, but I did check there first.
Thanks to Cyndi M, who agrees now you just need a tabletop and gridded map large enough to use them as your characters.
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, dungeons and dragons
, game night!
, heck yeah
, my brother and i both each had a my little pony growing up and my mom still has them i remember seeing it the last time i was home to visit
, my little pony
, role playing games
, sure why not
, tabletop gaming
, the wait is over