Saturday, August 27, 2016
Here is the Card for the Halfling Fighter Logan. Not very fighter like. Still very much thief like but not exactly.
Thursday, August 25, 2016
I have been working on making character cards for Dungeon Saga. I think I have gotten pretty good. Slight error on the edge of the model image. This is Hordin and Gnasher who are kickstarter exclusives.
Sunday, August 7, 2016
Look, I painted two models. These two are for an more formal version of my Dungeon Saga Undead Boss Templates that I used to make the Bosses I have linked on the Dungeon Saga Index. I thought having models painted by me would make them the character cards pop a little more than my unpainted or image borrowed from online versions. They both could use a little more work but are fine for bones models.
Saturday, August 6, 2016
So I decided to write up the missing Engineer Class for Dungeon Saga, but instead of just posting it here I submitted it to the Ironwatch Magazine, which is a Mantic Fan Magazine. It appears in issue 48 and there are also a set of Dungeon Saga missions in the issue by another Dungeon Saga fan. Go check both articles out.
Above is the Gunn Character card to go with the stats and full rules in the issue for building your own Engineer of any race. He has a new feat and their are new abilites to set the engineer up as a unique class but in the same vain as the existing ones.
Friday, July 29, 2016
Being a child from before Cartoons had their own channel and we much more limited, I have a strong memory of watching lots of Scooby-Doo. The show in some form has been off and on the air for almost 50 years now. Lego released some Scooby-Doo sets last year, and while I resisted a long time I final broke down and got some. Today I am going to look at the most fundamental set to the collection, The Mystery Machine. Nothing Scooby-Doo is right without the classic van. This set comes with Freddie, Shaggy, Scoopy, and a Zombie along with the van and a tree monster.
Thursday, June 23, 2016
Also saw them 30% off at Target 7-5-2016.
Friday, June 10, 2016
The Lich Lord is natural progression of the master necromancer into unlife. He is able to control a vast range of undead and also commands impressive magical attacks. He is weak in combat so heroes will need to fight through his minions to get into contact with him.
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Once the mightiest King in the lands of Mantica, this lord would not let death separate him from his power. Now he controls a horde of undead creeping across the land but if it comes to it he truly is a terror on his own in combat. The King of the Dead is extremely tough to wound and will probably require Epic heroes with an array of skills to beat in combat but not all quests require you to beat the villian. Sometimes you just have to get past him to be successful.