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There is no good without evil. I will be creating one-shot adventures complete with writing and maps to spice up your campaigns or for a quick on the spot session.
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Recently I ran a segment of a campaign where the PCs needed to find the crew of a recent ship that went lost. They knew that the lighthouse inhabitant was dead and without the light being manned and the sailors at sea would crash. In their search of the island, I needed to create a[…]
Last week, I discussed how I was using images to create Photo-Realistic images. That is great when I have time to be on the computer, but often I find myself with just my iPad. Soon enough Affinity Photo will be available on tablets. Until then, I needed to figure out some other solution to add[…]
Lately I’ve been going through some exercises to get better at drawing the human body. I used to draw a lot and my ratios were good, but never great. Since I’ve been out of practice for so long I decided to take a course called Anatomy For Figure Drawing: Mastering The Human Figure Drawing And[…]
Today I just received my blackened chainmail. It’s 23lbs, but honestly, it seems WAY heavier! I put it on and the weight seems pretty balanced actually once it’s over my entire body supports it. After my last session I’m still curious how hot I might get during the heat of battle. I want to wear[…]
Yesterday I decided to download a few art tutorials from Udemy.com. The first, which is most relevant to my RPG maps, is Digital Landscapes Painting Environments With Photoshop. It gave me a great realization on how to approach my digital art. When I first started, I knew that time and detail was a limitation that[…]
oday I went to my first Society of Creative Anachronism (SCA) meeting. We learned some knot tying techniques which I was familiar with from my mountain infantry experience, but it was a great refresher. I am part of the Shire of The Mountain Freehold group since I live in Northwest Vermont. Afterward, I partook in[…]
There is nothing more exciting than pitting your PCs against plant matter in one of the most grueling of natural places. Jungles terrain is host to bugs, wild trees, pockets of water and the things nightmares are made of. Next time you are tested by those pesky PCs try my jungle rollable terrain table and[…]
As the PCs flew back to Breland they were able to make contact with Pallova confirming his location on the western border with the Prince. They stopped there only to find that the undead were already at their doorstep. Pallova sent the PCs back to the Floating Palace- this time to uncover it’s deeper secrets.[…]
In the morning, as blood dried and the storm let up, the PCs were able to find a path down the mountain to meet with one of the elven towns of called Moss Mantle. There they found the town was in a flurry of activity as they had just defeated a horde of undead zombies coming[…]
Alone in the desert is not some place you want to find yourself as a PC. A plume of smoke stretched across the sky for several miles. Enemies and lurking monsters would be coming to explore the wreckage within hours no doubt- it was unsafe to stay put. The PCs set out to head toward[…]
Unfortunately, I start this series about 2 years into my campaign, but I figured I would begin anyway since I have been actively playing my campaign with 4 friends online and still have quite a bit of time left to play. We are currently at chapter 10 of approximately 18. Here is a little recap[…]