oldschoolfrp:

The bullywugs are coming!  (Alan Hunter, from the AD&D Fiend Folio, TSR, 1981; originally created by Luke Gygax and Gary Gygax.)  Bullywugs appeared in every edition since 1st ed AD&D, showed up in the D&D cartoon, and their 5th ed stats are available in the free Hoard of the Dragon Queen Online Supplement.

oldschoolfrp:

The bullywugs are coming!  (Alan Hunter, from the AD&D Fiend Folio, TSR, 1981; originally created by Luke Gygax and Gary Gygax.)  Bullywugs appeared in every edition since 1st ed AD&D, showed up in the D&D cartoon, and their 5th ed stats are available in the free Hoard of the Dragon Queen Online Supplement.

lewinston:

Ellen Gurrero was commissioned by Adam L.  She was made for the ‘Dungeons: The Dragoning 40K 7th Edition’ RPG system.  It’s a real system, look it up! 

lewinston:

Ellen Gurrero was commissioned by Adam L.  She was made for the ‘Dungeons: The Dragoning 40K 7th Edition’ RPG system.  It’s a real system, look it up! 

makesyourworld:

Ohhhhh yes.
Game science dice from ebay because they stopped production. So cool :)

makesyourworld:

Ohhhhh yes.

Game science dice from ebay because they stopped production. So cool :)

dndadvice:

D&D Demons
Glabrezu, Dretch, and Balor.

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dandd-ideas:

Now, I know that many people like playing dungeons and dragons, and other tabletop RPGs, simply to beat up monsters, so to speak. But for those who want to explore interesting human themes with narratives, this idea, might be good for you. Out of all topics you could do, like the nature of evil or terrorism, racism stands out as an easy, deep and interesting theme. It can be easily implemented. One way is having a very good NPC, self sacrificing, kind and generally good, be racist, against whatever you want. Be it gnomes, elves or orcs. This would make for an interesting enemy, and moral quandary. This can also lead to a monster campaign as mentioned in the previous post

tacticalsnake:

Shit, i can’t tag this one Hamish Greywood because he’s not in it, but these are two of his colleagues, Naiten and Oddi, respectively. 
Oddi is the Necromancer guy that, in short, brought Hamish to Sharn and kept him up in his Necromancer Store Place. :V
Naiten is succeeding Oddi in heading the place.
They’re generally more into the academic aspect of Necromancy— not to say they don’t ever control mindless undead or do experimentation with bodies and their constituent parts, but they’re not really into being undead themselves. Maybe. Oddi isn’t, anyway.
Naiten doesn’t much care for a vampire (Hamish) hanging around but that’s due to personal reasons.
*As far as game mechanics go, the use of the title Necromancer is slightly along the lines of Orpheus’ usage in VB: Perhaps Oddi actually would be of the True Necromancer prestige class, but Naiten is just dual class Sorcerer/Cleric. I sure hope I don’t need to be more specific than that, though. Having to write a sheet for my cohort is enough of a pain. :V I assume I need to write her sheet…

tacticalsnake:

Shit, i can’t tag this one Hamish Greywood because he’s not in it, but these are two of his colleagues, Naiten and Oddi, respectively.

Oddi is the Necromancer guy that, in short, brought Hamish to Sharn and kept him up in his Necromancer Store Place. :V

Naiten is succeeding Oddi in heading the place.

They’re generally more into the academic aspect of Necromancy— not to say they don’t ever control mindless undead or do experimentation with bodies and their constituent parts, but they’re not really into being undead themselves. Maybe. Oddi isn’t, anyway.

Naiten doesn’t much care for a vampire (Hamish) hanging around but that’s due to personal reasons.

*As far as game mechanics go, the use of the title Necromancer is slightly along the lines of Orpheus’ usage in VB: Perhaps Oddi actually would be of the True Necromancer prestige class, but Naiten is just dual class Sorcerer/Cleric. I sure hope I don’t need to be more specific than that, though. Having to write a sheet for my cohort is enough of a pain. :V I assume I need to write her sheet…

typhoonwizard:

I made a new dice bag and it’s a beholder! These pictures don’t do the little bugger justice. I crochet the whole thing and the features are done in fabric paint. He shall be my DMing familiar as I challenge my players to go above and beyond. :D