Wargs come from Tolkien's works, intelligent wolf-like mounts for goblins. Thanks to legal threats from Tolkien's estate, wargs become D&D's "worgs." The difference is cosmetic.
This warg miniature is a little too large for a 2-inch base, but the sculpt is excellent. This is essentially a large wolf figure -- there's nothing unusual about it beyond its large size -- that takes on a new character by its paint job. Paint it red and it's a hell hound, paint it white and it's a winter wolf, paint it gray and it's a warg/worg.
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