Not as good as the last batch. But hey more Reaper Bones and more orcs. If you remember last time it was some swordsmen (or should that be swordsorcs?). Just need to pick up that pack of archers then I think I’m done on the torture player characters with orcs front. Excuse me but I’ve got to run the FLGS tonnight.
Sometimes it’s not villains or foolhardy player characters. Sometimes the world just goes to hell in a hand basket. Here’s a little chart for random world altering events. So DM’s use it at your own peril. Things go end up going very badly.
And the stores have started getting in their decorations. You know what that means. More El Cheapo gaming stuff!
I stopped by the local Dollar Tree and picked up a couple of little goodies. First, we got three little gargoyles for just a buck. Not bad and shown with Some D&D minis for scale.
And then I saw this little beauty. I just could not pass up a gazebo made of bones. Heck even added it over there on the column head. And once again just buck and shown with some mini’s for scale.
Now they had some other stuff. The monsters were a little too big and cartoony for my tastes and the buildings were just quite right when can to size. I might get the mausoleum or maybe some spooky sections of fence later on.
And here’s another update. Now with a few Psionic abilities and a slight re-working of the Psychic class. I’m throwing around some ideas for a new class and how to do ship combat in fun and exciting way. So stay tuned for that.
So here you go the current bleeding beta version of Blasters & Blackholes
Over the weekend, I did a quick and dirty little project to make some dungeon geomorphs. It was pretty straight forward. Found some cork tile scraps in an old box. Took a metal straight edge and utility knife then cut them out into usable sizes. Paint. Mark off squares with a straight edge and Sharpie.
Yes I know I made a couple of mistakes on the cutting and marking. Folks better than me at painting could add more detail.
The pictures don’t show all the tiles that I made. I got: 6-1×6, 3-4×4, 2-4×6, 2-2×4, 1-2×6, 1-1×3, and 1-6×8. That’s a decent selection.
My inspiration for this little project Wws DM Scotty’s really cool DM’s Craft. So check that out for some ideas.
This is really the ultimate of the DIY old-school and warped holiday tradition rolled into one crazy online basket. And it’s back and better than ever for 2014. I did last year and am I’m gonna do it again. So spread the word and make some shit up for Santicore 2014.
Here’s another little tool for anybody doing a space based campaign. Now this isn’t in any for a hard scifi game. Just a quick and easy drop chart to map out a little section of space and put a few things in there that would be inspirational and just a little bit weird. Enjoy.
Space Drop Chart