Added a few things since thanksgiving, the holiday time-off being good for getting RPG work done. 🙂 All the forms are AD&D 1e.
- 11/27 – Situational Spell Load-Out Form — Add-on for my printable spellbook, use as a way to keep track of individual memorizations based on situations like Dungeons, Cities, Overland, Caverns, etc.
- 12/29 – Carolingia Font — Nice pseudo-medieval/fantasy font that is FAR easier to read than Old English. Good for maps and handouts.
- 12/30 – Party XP – XP Needed – Gold Form — Allows the DM to keep a running total at each XP distribution. Acts as a backup check to player math and gives the party an overview of where every character stands towards next level and wealth.
Chessex 27506 -Ruby with Gold Glitter. Apparently companion set to the Gold with Silver glitter I purchased last Fall.
(Ruby with Gold Glitter CHX27504)
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A little packet of joy landed on my desk this morning….a full five days sooner than USPS estimated it would arrive.
Will have to make a few rolls with them at this weekend’s game, see how they roll and if I want to use them or just add to the collection. Either way, is a good day.
Just received the tracking number for the PolyHero dice I signed up for in Kickstarter over a year ago. Originally due in May, then August, finally late November / early December, they are finally complete and shipping. The final wait begins! Note to PolyHero- NEVER use Chinese manufacturers, or you get year delays.
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THIS AMUSES ME GREATLY! Absolutely useless, and if it wasn’t $99 + shipping, I would order the Dwarven one. The creativity of some people never ceases to amaze me. Unfortunately, the kickstarter is a bit pricey for something I’d show off once or twice at a game session and then stop using except as a rolling tower.
I created this after noticing our magic-user was making notes on notebook paper and when I asked what he was doing (since he uses the spell book I created and posted here), he told me he was doing ‘standard load-outs’ for various situations he might run into.
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At LOOOONG last, the final set of spell cards from AD&D 1e! The Illusionist Spell Cards have landed! They may be downloaded from Google Drive, or a text file with the Drive link may be downloaded from the files section.
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Finally managed to slog my way through the druid spell list and transcribe/format them to my 3×5″ spell cards. They have been uploaded to Google Drive or a download link may be found in the files section. Enjoy!
(and now to work up the willpower to do the Illusionist Spells)
Take a look at THIS paper terrain on DriveThruRPG.com.
Square and rounded medieval tents, by Kislev. Multi-layer PDF files for A4 and Letter paper, just remember to print landscape (not mentioned in the PDF’s).
Added a gallery for the Village of Rake’s Corner that I am making for my local campaign. I will add future builds to this as I complete them and get images taken.
Most the buildings are and will be from Dave Graffam Models, but there will be a few from other sources (Fat Dragon, Lord ZseZse, Mystic Mountain Productions, etc).