Dungeon Grind: Emolument
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Dungeon Grind: Emolument
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soapasaurus:

New Red D20 Soap
Roll for Cleanliness! …… Or just scrub with it, we don’t mind either way!
Introducing the Soapasaurus D20 Critical hit soap, shaped like an oversized D20 this is the perfect soap for all of you table top gamers!
What does it smell like?: Imagine washing with a juicy ripe mango enriched by mellow notes of papaya, succulent peach, crisp melon, dry pear and strawberry descending to a base of rich jammy fruits.
Grab one here http://bit.ly/Qksfsn

soapasaurus:

New Red D20 Soap

Roll for Cleanliness! …… Or just scrub with it, we don’t mind either way!

Introducing the Soapasaurus D20 Critical hit soap, shaped like an oversized D20 this is the perfect soap for all of you table top gamers!

What does it smell like?: Imagine washing with a juicy ripe mango enriched by mellow notes of papaya, succulent peach, crisp melon, dry pear and strawberry descending to a base of rich jammy fruits.

Grab one here http://bit.ly/Qksfsn

Pretend Wizards is a D&D Next campaign podcast you should be listening to on iTunes. And following on tumblr. And liking on Facebook. And following on Twitter.

Dungeon Grind: Impatience
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Dungeon Grind: Impatience
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Yes, you heard right, the show you’ve all been asking for! Geek & Sundry will create a new show, in the TableTop style, featuring Wil and a group of his friends playing a season-long campaign in an RPG. Unlike the one-shot we did for Dragon Age, which was just a couple hours in one adventure, this series will follow a group of players and their characters through multiple levels, challenges, and possible character deaths as an entire campaign is played out over the course of a year.

shadesofgrayandgreen:

The Magician and the Snake: Mike and Katie Mignola (2003).

In honor of the Hallow E’en, he’s some Mike Mignola for you all. Well, in truth, the story was by his daughter, Katie. She won an Eisner for Best Short Story for it, too, making her by far the youngest recipient of the award. Runs in the family, it seems. Here’s an interview with the then-7-year-old on the Dark Horse website/blog:

"I don’t remember much about how I came up with the story other than that I painted a picture of a snake yelling at a bunch of shapes. I didn’t put any more thought into it until my dad asked me what I did at school that day and I told him about the picture. I made up the entire story on the spot and my dad said that he would like to use it in a comic. Over the course of a few months my dad drew the story, changing small details as he went such as the monkey king, which wasn’t in my original story. There were a few things that I wouldn’t let him change such as the magician’s style (he wanted him to be a parlor magician and I wanted a classic stars and moons magician) and the death of the magician. My dad suggested that the magician turn the snake into a lion so that he could eat the shapes and save the magician but I, for some reason, said that the magician had to die at the end."

Beautiful story, beautiful artwork.

 

Dungeon Grind: Defamatory
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alpha-beta-gamer:

InVerbis Virtus is a first person spell casting game that mixes action and puzzle elements in a fantasy setting, you play as a wizard who can perform spells that will only be cast by pronouncing magic formulas.   It’s like a better implemented and more complex version of the voice controls in Skyrim,

While playing InVerbis Virtus you find yourself completely unarmed in a dark dungeon that hides many dangers. The only way to overcome the obstacles is to learn the secrets of the arcane arts of magic through inscriptions that you will find along your path. The magic formulas found, if pronounced correctly, enable you to perform many kinds of spells. Using these powers in a creative way you can solve puzzles, overcome traps and kill the enemies that try to hinder your journey.

Even in Alpha, the voice controls work really well, allowing the user to comfortably cast spells and solve puzzles, all in a beautiful, highly artistic, gothic H.R. Gieger-esque setting.

Download the Alpha, Free

8bitrevolver:

http://pretendwizards.tumblr.com/

D&D podcasting right now :D We have almost 100 subscribers now so we threw confetti in the air and danced around. This is the one day a week that I drink Mountain Dew, because its essential to drink it while playing D&D.

We just found this really nice review today, I want to frame it, it’s so nice ;-;

If anyone listens, let me know what you think! :)

timecowboy:

I have a piece in the latest Telegraph Gallery show Epic Encounters! along side a bunch of talented artists (Jack Teagle, Jim Rugg, Ryan Berkley and Jenn Woodall!!!) It’s always a treat working with David and Kate and boy was i excited to work on a big print involving the fantasy pals! These are beautifully screen printed and they are MASSIVE.

You can buy one here right now! 

Dungeon Grind: Countersign
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Dungeon Grind: Countersign
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calamityjonsaveus:

Here’s the contents of that Guide to Goblins mini I passed out at Emerald City Comic Con. Basically drew a page every night while watching an episode of Deadwood, so in my head these guys all speak in a super-vulgar Old West Shakesperian pastiche.

I plan on adding more pages to it for the next con, and maybe forever until I have the world’s best book on Goblins.

Still miffs me that I screwed up the Latin case up there, though.

spassundspiele:

Advanced Dungeons and Lawyers – fantasy art by Cyril Van Der Haegen

spassundspiele:

Advanced Dungeons and Lawyers – fantasy art by Cyril Van Der Haegen

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