My party is actually THINKING of ways to streamline adventuring. To cut back on trips to town and enable them to use items they know are magic faster, they hired a sage (weekly salary plus a set cost/item). Makes a good gold sink. With that, they hired two guards….and where to put the hirelings? Bought an enclosed Wagon!
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Due in Friday, I have these on order. They amuse me greatly. 🙂
More dice for my collection. They reopened the kickstarter due to popular demand, so I snagged myself the Blue Elder Sign set.
Elder Dice Kickstarter
Thinking of seeing if it will let me add the red Cthulhu set in pledge manager. 🙂 Not sure on the ETA of these.
Also, ordered the Brimstone with Sulfur set of these dice. ETA on these is June.
PolyHero – Wizard Set Kickstarter
For those that like to create handouts for players, I have uploaded a number of free fonts that I have found online. All are True-Type format and found in the files section.
- Auto Realm Blackletter — A simplified, easier-to-read, Old English font
- Angerthas Moria — Dwarven runes from the Lord of the Rings
- Anglo Saxon Runes — TTF Version of Anglo-Saxon runes of England.
- Fancy Handwriting — Like that of Bilbo Baggins from Lord of the Rings
- Final Frontier — Star Trek, TOS Font
- Klingon Viewscreen — Klingon standard font.
- Parmaite2 — Elven Tengwar from Lord of the Rings
Played around with a 3D printer again yesterday. Finally sold myself on dropping the $$$ to get one for home. Made this dice box with swiveling lid…
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Finished the Cleric spell Cards. Unfortunately, they are too large to upload to this site (a bit over 475 MB). I have uploaded them to my Google Drive instead.
CLICK HERE to download the cards in PDF Format.
The Deck of Many Things, by William O’Connor Studios. Published in Dungeon Magazine #177, the article itself is meaningless, its 4e (maybe 5e early) so ignore it as the effects do not match 1e/2e.
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I added a new sub-forum under Gaming Accessories. The dice forum will contain links to neat dice I and others have found around the web.
Yesterday, I finished the 1e Magic-User spell cards for levels 1-7 and am a bit over halfway through Level 8. Just need to finish 8, do 9 and then I can zip and post the spell cards for download. Next on the list will be Cleric spells.
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For my own part, I have always felt Dice towers helped with randomization. At a bare minimum they prevented player manipulation (I knew a few folks in college that rolled really well, above average in fact, until the introduction of a dice tower) and I suspected the abrupt stop of the dice prevented them from rolling till they found their center of gravity…which if they were off-balance… would lead to skewed rolls.
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