Chapter 1 was made as a one-off adventure as my players almost all new to roleplaying games and I wasn’t sure if they would like it or not. However, I did make sure to make it extendable in case they liked the first game, which they did and so the campaign “War of the Triplets” was kicked off. Following the Chapter, I wrote up a small intermission giving the players two directions to choose from to take the campaign forward, one of the benefits of making a home brewed campaign. the unanimously chose to leave the Parthonox, the Dwarven Omnitropolis, to go…
Two very nice pieces from Black Sun Miniatures, but I’ll have to say the tree had a lot of gaps I have to green stuff.
Great little fountain from Alternative Armies. I used some liquid water from Vallejo and some leaves from a hedge scenery piece I’ll never use.
While shopping the Hasslefree site, I found these village and halloween kids. Wasn’t sure what to use them for originally, but now the Devil Boy is part of a magic item I made up called “White Bag of Tricks” alongside the Angel and the Angel Babies… and I think the Village Kids themselves will feature in Chapter 2 of “War of the Triplets”… maybe.
I hadalready planned to make a Whihte Bag of Tricks magic item, when I received my first ever Darksword Miniatures order… wihch to my surprise contained one tfree miniature: A tiny Angel Baby. Perfect! As you have probably guessed, I’ve had a few other orders since then 🙂
I got this cool miniature in one amazing box full of minis I got for my birthday and it gave me an idea for a “White Bag of Tricks” magic item from which you can draw various celestial beings including angel babies and a devil boy.
What a great miniature. Full of evil and character that is embodied in the cauldron too.
Since Chapter 1.5 of “The War of the Triplets” was a spin-off episode, I wanted a different feel, which meant a different villain in his own world and Dr Frankenmuller and his Flesh Golem was perfect for that role.
Originally I was looking for Cultists and I found these cool Dark Brethren from Heresy Miniatures, but as I started painting them, I learned of the Shadar-Kai and it gave me a whole new, deeper angle to Chapter 1.5 of “The War of the Triplets” and I repainted the Cultists to look more alien.
A friend of mine who tried Dungeons & Dragons as a kid, decided to join my campaign “War of the Triplets”. As the only player he was toying with the idea of a chaotic evil Drow. In the end he settled for a Chaotic Neutral Drow… but he is playing it borderline Chaotic Evil, I’d say and he is doing a great job at it. This miniature is from Darksword Miniatures, which frankly is rapidly turning into one of my favourite miniature shops. The complete party for “War of the Triplets”
One of my friends is playing Dungeons & Dragons for the first time and when I first spoke to her about it, her first reaction was she wanted to be a big scruffy barbarian guy! However, after having done some research on her own she changed her mind to a Dragonborn Sorcerer, which was an amazing u-turn… and I had actually bought this amazing Dragonkin Mage from Darksword Miniatures so perfect timing. The complete party for “War of the Triplets”
The Dwarf player of my “War of the Triplets” campaign is new to Dungeons and Dragons, but I know his sense of humour so this pipe-smoking, beer guzzling cheeky dwart miniature from Hasslefree Miniatures was perfect. Besides, I’ve always wanted to paint Hasslefree minis, but since I only paint what I can play with, I’ve never had much of an excuse to buy some… now I do. Dwarf with “Mr Giggles” The complete party for “War of the Triplets”