When we left our heroes, they had made it up under the Frost Giant elevator that would (hopefully) take them up to the Castle in the Sky, the home of the Mountain King, who they intended to enlist as an ally in the fight against the Winter Queen. While we are playing online, my wife […]
Tag: dungeons and dragons
My wife got me a pretty awesome limited edition Grim Reaper miniature from Reaper miniatures and it really got me thinking about character deaths in Dungeons & Dragons an d how to make them more special and epic. The first character death we faced since I restarted my D&D hobby in 2018, was pretty epic. […]
With two of their comrades dead, the Paladin Damon and the Warlock Alyanys was on the look out for new recruits. Fortunately an unknown (kinda) mysterious benefactor (Jean-Jacques in disguise) had found two candidates and invited all four to a team building exercise in a haunted tower (damdamdaaaaam) at the edge of Twilight Forest. The […]
As the heroes continued their journey to Twobridges, they came across a small group of merchants, who were held up due to a threat up ahead by the bridge. Their guess was it was a Siren due to the high shrieks from the area, but as the heroes went to investigate, all they found was […]
in our campaign Daisygate, we have the local cityguard called “The Daisy Guard“, who the party has run into several times. They are trained, but polite city guards maintaining the order of the town. They serve the town. However, I also needed a unit of Royal Guardians who are tasked with protecting the royals. These […]
This assassin is almost exclusively speedpainted with Games Workshop Contrast Paints. Really like the result.
I think my wife bought me this bear for Christmas 2018 and suddenly I needed a bear so I did a speed paint job on him and I’m quite happy with the result. Done!
I bought these Dwarven ladies at DragonMeet last year for a specific purpose for our then D&D campaign “War of the Triplets“. However, the heroes decided to go in a different direction so never got around to need them and hence never got around to paint them. Now that we have started up a second […]
Back in the 80s when I first started playing RPGs we really didn’t have access to a lot of miniatures, which meant when you found something unusual and cool, you grabbed it! That’s how I ended up with my first version of this fantastic Undead Cyclops from Grenadier Models 1988. That version has long since […]
My wife bought me this a while back. As I wasn’t sure what to use it for, I never got around to paint it as I tend to paint what i need for the game. However, I sat down and painted it and good thing I did as I suddenly needed it as a fallback […]
While I feel I have a good technique for painting dragons, I struggled with giants. in fact, I have a complete set of giants my wife has bought me that I am scared to make a start on… or at least I was because I have started now with this female Stone Giant. I had […]
On their way to Twobridges, the three adventures, the “Internationals” stopped at small farmer settlement just North West of Twobridges. Here they spent a few days recharging the “Long Road Tavern“, but one day a distraught young man came in alerting the farmers that an old lady had been mauled to death. The area had […]