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Dungeons & Dragons – The Underdark terrain set made from cork table protectors

Inspired by this cool terrain tutorial I decided to make a small Underdark terrain set out of cork table protectors, glue and paint. This was fun, fast, easy and different to make. Normally I would never use these colour combos but frankly, crafting this terrain made me reminisce of the days when I was digging […]

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Mini set of snowy terrain

As our party has found themselves in the frozen Feywild, I’ve made a second Mini Snowy Terrain Set to complement the city one I made earlier. The set har 3 parts: A snowy UDT A set of frosen natural shapes A set of icy dungeon tiles. Snowy UDT (Ultimate Dungeon Terrain) Th Snowy UDT is […]

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Mini set of classic scenery

My wife and I have relocated to Stockholm until next spring. All my D&D stuff, scenery, miniatures etc, has been put in storage until we return to Denmark. However, our London gaming group has decided to start up playing online again so with that in mind, I needed to “restock” starting with a set of […]

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Dungeons & Dragons MEGA POST – My 2020 scenery!

I normally write summary posts at the end of the year, but since I’ve now packed away all my hobby stuff in preparation for moving back to Denmark after 21 years in London, I might as well just bite the bullet and publish what scenery I did make in 2020. There isn’t much compared to […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Pyre

This is an example of a freakishly fast built piece of scenery. Drying time aside, I probably spent 20 minutes building and painting it and it works!  

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Dungeons & Dragons -Living Icon (Fenris Games)

I buy minis for what I need to play, but once in a while I pick something up just because it is cool, such as this Living Icon from Fenris Games. I decided to go all out on the living element of it and painted all eyes as natural eyes. To give them an additional […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Ultimate Dungeon Terrain 2.0 (UDT)

At the time of writing this, UK is in lockdown due to the Corana virus. This means that A) we can no longer get together for Dungeons & Dragons and B) we now have enough time to increase the frequency of D&D games! Given I’m an old-school D&D hobbyist, playing online with Roll20 etc has […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Tentacles from the Deep

I found these funky tentacles at a Tiger store in London and thought they would be great for tentacles in D&D. I posted it on Twitter and somebody pointed me to this great video on how to make the tentacles. The one thing I would say is: Be careful with the stuff he is fulling […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Crates and Palisades

I made these crates and palisades from lollipop stick and coffee stirrers. The crates to a LOT longer than the palisades. How to make these The process is very simple: Glue everything together. For the boxes, I glued sticks on a cube cut from foamboard. Soak everything in a mix of water and brown and […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Dungeon Stackers

These Dungeon Stackers are deceivingly simple in look and make, but holy crap they are super useful. i’ve used them in every game since I made them. The idea is from Black Magic Craft, but I actually first saw them on the Runehammer channel and both videos are well worth checking out for inspiration. Dungeon […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – Daisygate Dungeon Master Screen

Returning to Dungeons & Dragons and roleplaying games in general after a 20 year break, there are lots of new things in the hobby: Critical Role, remote playing, online communities etc, but even at the table things have changed, namely people love taking photos! I find it super cool that my players like taking photos […]

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Dungeons & Dragons – The Daisy Gate

The idea for our new campaing came from the movie “Stardust”, which features a cross-ver from our realm into a feywild type world. I loved the idea and so came to be the Daisy Gate, a gate of daisies that leads from the material realm into the Feywild. I wasn’t sure how to build it […]