Aquatica is a large world of my creation, that is mostly water with little land. I created her with the D&D 3.0 Worldbuilder Handbook. Her past has seen hundreds of years of Mage Wars and chaotic upheavals, that has changed the face of the planet in many ways and the lives of most of her inhabitants. The regions vary from sub-arctic to super-tropical, creating strong … Continue reading My Homebrew World: Aquatica
Today’s figure of the week is from Reaper. Named Po Wi Set, Nagendra Warlord, wielding a glaive and double sia, pauldrons and greaves. He is a beautiful four armed quetzl-like dragon, Nagendras are in the Reptus faction of the Reaper line. They look like a 6 armed royal naga (dragon-blood). Continue reading Figure of the Week: Po Wi Set, Nagendra Warlord
Ratfolk (10 RP) Medium Humanoid (ratfolk) Racial Traits +2 Dexterity, +2 Constitution, -2 Intelligence, -4 Charisma. Ratfolk are extremely quick, agile and hardy, but their lineage makes them less intelligent, glib, or comely than most humanoids. (2 RP) Type: Ratfolk are humanoids with the ratfolk subtype. (0 RP) Medium-size: As medium-size creatures, ratfolk have no special bonuses or penalties due to size. (0 RP) … Continue reading Ratfolk
I found a progenitor to my Atlantean race. They are the Anunnaki from the new Pathfinder Bestiary 5. They will be NPCs because they are Mythic. Here is a link to the d20pfsrd for them. Some of the abilities that I really like are: bestow knowledge devolution mimetic memory morphic anatomy morphic body psychic warding uplift These are perfect abilities for the Atlantean biomancers. The … Continue reading Ancient Atlantean
Zombies, Zombies, Zombies: they are everywhere. They are on the TV and in the movies. They are the undead horde that just refuses to die, again. These shambling monstrosities come in all dead shapes and sizes these days. For a long time, the best way to get away from the shambling waves of the undead was to outpace them. Until the fast Zombie, or Zombie … Continue reading Lazy DMing Use This Monster instead of…Zombies!!
It took me quite a while to find out what figure this was. I finally found out what it is: Doom Bunny, the Black Rabbit of Death, WF17 · 23-617 by Richard Kerr. He is a male humanoid rabbit wearing leather lamellar or banded mail, with a helm and war axe. He is supposed to have a shield, but I got him second hand and it was missing. Continue reading Figure of the Week: Doom Bunny
In the last few days, I have begun to find myself out of balance. I was beginning to get a little blogged out with my personal blog. We all have been there, we sit down we knew we want to write something for our blog and you just don’t feel inspired. It’s almost worse than writer’s block in a way. So I told myself that … Continue reading Monday Muse: Striking a Balance