a-conical-hat:

when you make your disguise rolls but the only thing your party knows how to do is murder people so you get in a fight anyway

captainwhosit:

In the D&D 4E campaign I’m running, I’m expecting the party to spend some time wandering and exploring. I’m trying to build some encounter tables, including non-combat, possibly non-hostile encounters, and if anyone wants to submit ideas I’d be glad to consider them.

Note: Most of these encounters are going to be something brief and simple, like they find the corpse of some explorer and can loot it or they find an enchanted well that’ll do something to whoever drinks from it. There is the chance they’ll encounter something bigger, like a small dungeon or something else that could be lengthier.

michaeljaecks:

My concept art for the Dungeons and Dragons Beholder. This is a personal piece I did a while ago. The idea was that each eye and eyestalk would be different sizes and shapes. The central eye on a beholder emits a cone of Anti-Magic. Beholders are trademarks of Dungeons and Dragons and Wizards of the Coast.

michaeljaecks:

My concept art for the Dungeons and Dragons Beholder. This is a personal piece I did a while ago. The idea was that each eye and eyestalk would be different sizes and shapes. The central eye on a beholder emits a cone of Anti-Magic. Beholders are trademarks of Dungeons and Dragons and Wizards of the Coast.