Today’s Figure of the Week is the Frogman, it is a Dark Heaven Legends Reaper figure, wielding a short spear and a turtle shell shield, wearing a sea-shell breastplate, elbow guards, bracers, greaves and a grass skirt. I had fun painting him and am looking for more to paint in the future. A link for the Grippli Pathfinder advanced race. Continue reading Figure of the Week: Frogman
Marindaga (11 RP) Medium Humanoid (humanoid, aquatic, naga) Racial Traits +2 Dexterity, +2 Charisma and -2 Constitution, Marindaga are graceful, hale, and beautiful. (0 RP) Medium: Marindaga have no bonuses or penalties due to their size. (0 RP) Base Speed (Slow): Marindaga have a base speed of 10 feet. (-2 RP) Swim Speed: They have a swim speed of 50 feet. (2 RP) Lowlight Vision: Marindaga can … Continue reading Marindaga
We have all been there come game day; one of your player’s posts to Facebook, or sends you a text, with the dreaded line. Can’t make it today guys real life is getting in the way of the game. Most of us still struggle on, trying to make the best of things when a player misses a game night. The desire to have a good … Continue reading How D&D Downtime Saved my Game Session
This weeks figure is the axe beak. They are prehistoric mega-fauna, flightless birds. I researched what scientists think the Diatryma looked like and used that color scheme. I thought that it turned out well. Below is an exerpt from the Pathfinder wiki: “The axe beak appears like a predatory ostrich. It stands atop two powerful, muscular legs that give the axe beak much of its … Continue reading Figure of the Week: Axe Beak
I decided to create a race with characteristics of a naga and humanoid. This will be a Pathfinder advanced player race with average to advanced RP. I will be taking my information from recorded legends of this race. One of my major points will be that the serpent races are all related so will be considered one race, that is separated by clan/caste. (ex: naga, … Continue reading Naga inspired race: Deva-Nagaru
When this project started I blogged that I thought that this project was dead in the water. I felt that D&D had missed the boat and that it was too late for them to find redemption. When they later went into phase one I blogged I was hesitant but impressed but hopeful. Well, today the long awaited announcement has come out, no longer do we need to … Continue reading Thoughts on D&D Beyond Tiers & Rates
I can boldly say after 30 plus years of running games that I am pretty good at it. I can even go so far as to say that I have had other players and game masters ask me things like. I wish I was as good a storyteller as you? -or- I don’t try because I could never be as good as you. … Continue reading Monday Muse; Learn from Failure.