Dungeons and Dragons


Dungeons & Dragons proslavlja jubilej safirima i kockicama

Wizards of the Coast slavi jubilej Dungeons & Dragons RPG sa prigodnim setom svetlucavih kockica. Dungeons & Dragons je objavljen pre 45 godina a peta edicija ovog RPGa slavi 5 rođendan. Odgovarajući dragi kamen za ove jubileje je safir te se Wizards of the Coast odlučio da sa […] The post Dungeons & Dragons proslavlja jubilej safirima i kockicama appeared first on PITCHWISE.

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Short adventurers for D&D painted up

Some short adventurers painted up for our upcoming D&D 5e game. For some reason everyone went for halflings, gnomes and dwarfs. My buddy Thomas went with a human wizard, so that will be the only "tall" character in the band. Will see if I can paint up a new wizard model over the next couple of days.As a sidenote, I REALLY recommend using Vallejo "Glaze medium" to get a dead matte effect on your minis. The Vallejo matt varnish and Army Painted Anti Shine drove me nuts with their half assed results. I read about the Glaze medium trick online, it is recommended to brush a very thin and slightly watered down coat of the glaze medium on the mini and let it dry for a few hours to get a perfect result. I even went over some old minis that were still shiny and it worked wonders.The miniatures are all from Reaper, they are supposed to represent the following characters from left to right: Halfling Cleric, Halfling Ranger, Dwarf Fighter, Gnome Rouge. The cleric had a weapon swap and added shield and the ranger had

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GMG Let’s Talk! 016 – …About D&D.

Welcome to another Let’s Talk! Today I’m joined by my friend, channel favourite and old boss Jay Griffiths to talk about the world’s most popular RPG Dungeons and Dragons, what is going on with it at the moment and what he’s working on for the DM’s Guild! Check out Jay’s DM’s Guild Reviews HERE: worlds-in-conflict.blogspot.com/

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Guest Post - "In Deep Trouble" Dungeon Crawl

I was lucky enough to find a buddy in college whose outlook, interests and nerd obsessions fit seamlessly with mine. We roomed together in school and shared a series of crummy apartments after graduating, filling our free time with epic RPG games, Battletech, and the Star Wars CCG.I kept close contact with him as he crossed the country to pursue a career in academia, and we've managed to get together once a year and roll some dice or tap some cards. He recently began working on RPG-like dungeon crawl game. I posted a few of his 'work in progress' pics to my twitter feed, but encouraged him to share more about his game to a blog. He balked at setting up one of his own, but took me up on my offer to host a post of his right here.Check this out, I think it's pretty neat.Hi! I’m Mark, and John has graciously given me the opportunity to show off a new dungeon crawl that I’ve been working on. All of the terrain was handmade by myself, with only some of the scatter having been cobbled together from pre-made sets. Al

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Evil wizard painted up

Another Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of Ashardalon miniature painted up. I think this one discredits the saying "no matter what you do to a turd - polish it, paint it, give it bling - it's still a turd". When I began painting (a really long time ago) I stuggled with both models that had too few details and were rather plain as well as models that were cluttered with detail.Do this day I don't like cluttered miniature sculpts, but "plain" miniatures have grown on my as my ability as painter has evolved. You can do pretty intersting stuff with large robes and cloaks if you highlight things properly or layer your paints in an interesting way. And it is usually a fast process to paint such miniatures as well.So I'm pretty happy with this wizard. I also received a parcel with some adventurers for the player characters that my friends have picked to play. Yeah its a "tiny" warband (height wise) with 2 halflings, 1 gnome and 1 dward accompanied by a single human wizard haha. Look forward to putting some paint on th

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Amazon naručio dve sezone Critical Role animirane serije

Amazon Prime Video je naručio dve sezone serije Critical Role: The Legend of Vox Machina, nove animirane serije koja će ekskluzivno biti strimovana na ovom servisu. Tokom ovog sastanka dogovoreni su i budući naslovi iz kuhinje ove ekipe. Tokom ove godine, Critical Role je skupio milione dolara u […] The post Amazon naručio dve sezone Critical Role animirane serije appeared first on PITCHWISE.

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Ogre and some orcs painted up

A long time ago, I purchased a pack of Mantic Games Ogre "Berserkers" and "Hunters", thinking they would be great as giants for Blood Eagle games. I had started painting the 3 berserkers and finished most of the skin, but then moved on to other stuff. Now with D&D on the horizon I got a reason to revisit these models and finished one last night. The sculpts are "cluttered" and a bit too busy for my liking (mainly the metal parts such as armor plates and weapon), and positioning of limbs make it tricky to paint properly so - again - I had to push through by sheer willpower. This had me hitting that sweet spot in my painting where even when the model suck I can see the end result in my inner eye and just keep painting patiently until done.Photos of last nights Ogre below, and some of the fantastic "Red Box Games" orcs now properly based with static grass. I also took a picture of the soft plastic "D&D: Wrath of Ashardalon" board game orcs that I have painted up so far, which also got some static grass a

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Painting miniatures for D&D 5e

I'm trying to get some friends, and my wife, to try out Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition with me. I never played D&D before and hope to have a great time (Star Wars: Edge of the Empire was my first RPG and that one was really fun).Since I want to run the game on a playmat with miniatures to represent player characters and monsters I started painting up some old D&D: Wrath of Ashardalan miniatures. The board game sucked, and I threw it away. But I kept some of the miniatures I thought held good enough casting quality to be painted up. I also saved the dice, tiles and most of the tokens for future use. Those items may still come in handy.Anyway. I have quite a few fantasy miniatures painted up already. Thankfully I can use models that were built and painted for SAGA, Frostgrave and Blood Eagle for D&D. So what I am doing at the moment is adding to the monster pool, and I also ordered a couple of non-human characters.Here are some of the plastic D&D Wrath of Ashardalon miniatures painted up, two

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News Collider - Board Game News 5th November

This week’s News Collider is a bit of a video game special, which may sound odd since Polyhedron Collider is all about tabletop games but there is a very strong link between the two here.  We’re talking Dungeons & Dragons, Warcraft, Monopoly, Catan and the most recent winner of the Golden Cube.Read more »

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A Child’s First Tabletop RPG

Compared to many, I discovered tabletop RPGs pretty late in life. I was at least 30 before I drove up to my local game store for my first Dungeons and Dragons session. As an adult with a job and a family, playing an RPG can be a challenging time commitment. I’ll never have those all-day game sessions that are nostalgically talked about by people that found the hobby as children. However, I do hope that I can set my kids up to have that experience. I recently decided it was time to try what my son would make of it. So what follows is a three year-old boy’s first RPG experience. Spoiler: It’s not very exciting! Before even pitching a game to him, I had pulled out the D&D Monster Manual. I knew he’d like to look at all the monsters. He was completely in love with the beholder on the cover and thrilled with all the magical things I told him they could do. I took this as an opportunity to suggest we play an “imagination” game. He wasn’t really sure what I meant, so he agreed.  Tell an Amazing Tale

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Istražite Fireball Island kroz besplatnu Dungeons & Dragons avanturu

Fireball Island je društvena igra iz dalekih 80tih godina prošlog veka koju je putem Kickstarter kampanje restaurirao i ispolirao Restoration Games. I još nije završio sa njom! Fireball Island: The Curse of Vul-Kar je dobro prihvaćena od većine igrača zbog svojih primamljivih komponenti i jednostavnog retro igranja. To […] The post Istražite Fireball Island kroz besplatnu Dungeons & Dragons avanturu appeared first on PITCHWISE.

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