Creature Spotlight: Lyn’skyurr

Lyn'skyurr This is my new homebrew creation. The muse for this was from a video that my husband was watching of a Monster Hunter Worlds play-through, they were fighting a Tobi-Kadachi monster. I didn't copy the monster, just used it for my inspiration. I based it on a flying squirrel, then gave it the Dire … Continue reading Creature Spotlight: Lyn’skyurr

Figure of the Week: Doom Demon

Doom Demon Today's figure is the pink demon from Doom. I painted it to look like an undead version of the original game monster. It appears to be a medium-sized Minotaur, with a hunched back (with protruding spine), overlarge head and three-toed feet. The closest Pathfinder creature that I could find to this is the … Continue reading Figure of the Week: Doom Demon

Figure of the Week: Trick or Treat Mouselings

Trick or Treat Mouselings Today's figures are Reaper Dark Heaven Legends: Trick or Treat Mouselings. They are dressed as a witch and a ghost. These are some of my favorite figures, I like all Mouselings. They are so easy to paint.   To Buy: amazon reaper   Similar Links: Figure of the Week: Thanksgiving Mouselings … Continue reading Figure of the Week: Trick or Treat Mouselings

Figure of the Week: Kurz, Orc Fighter

Todays figure is Kurz, Orc Fighter. He is from the Reaper Dark Heaven Legends line, wields an orc double-axe and is wearing piecemeal armor (a mix of plate, chain and hide). I used this as a half-orc character that I played as well as a few other people in various groups that I've played with. … Continue reading Figure of the Week: Kurz, Orc Fighter

Figure of the Week: Druss Darkblighter

Today's figure is from Reaper Dark Heaven Legends. His name is Druss Darkblighter, he is caster wearing half-plate with no weapons. His base is flocked. This a very interesting character. It looks like he drinks a lot since he has a mini-keg on his belt. He is the Winner of Game Trade Magazine's "Bring Your … Continue reading Figure of the Week: Druss Darkblighter

Haversack, Past and Present

Origin of haversack In historic Germany the word ‘hafersack’, meant oat sack. This was a small sack to carry horse fodder. It was a long, narrow bag that had a strap at the top and bottom, which was worn across the body from shoulder to hip. When it was adopted in England the f was … Continue reading Haversack, Past and Present

Figure of the Week: Snake Dancer

Today's figure is a scantily clad female snake dancer or sorceress. She is wearing a robe, belt, boots and a headdress, wields no weapons but is dancing with 2 snakes. I'll have to research some more to find the manufacturer.