Here is the apple and here is the tree
I don’t know what this is
He’s for DND.
Apple Maize or Maize Apple. Maybe just Apple? Icon I doodled after a attempted half body, I’ll post later.
Apple loves the fruit 🍎
Very strong willed and seeks for the best, purist of boys. .
On his back, attached to a frilled color is a cape, with what? You guessed it! A Apple on it. .
His hair is tied up with a hair tie, and ears are always held back with a headband. /|\.<
Some work in progress pictures of this archer. I had painted him maybe 20 years ago and decided to prime him and start over. He’s coming along but I think I want the contrast to pop a little more #dndminiatures#dndminis#dungeonsanddragons
Bree and the Barrow-Downs is an early MERP module - you can tell from the cover art, a painting from the Ralph Bakshi Lord of the Rings animated film. I find the yellow-blue-red color extremely satisfying for some reason – maybe because the book features in the back cover ads of so many other MERP modules. ¶ In substance, Bree is a little odd. It is set in the year 1700 of the Third Age, 1300 years before the Lord of the Rings and 40 years after most of the other MERP books. Which, doesn’t really matter because Bree is essentially unchanged over the centuries. ¶ The Barrow-Downs are far more interesting, in all honesty. They’re the scene of one of the best moments in the Fellowship of the Ring and the book goes into surprising detail on over two dozen of them. Several of them are quite large. This is the sort of thing MERP does best, from my view – create something fun to read in a semi-Tolkien context that is also ripe for me to pillage for whatever homebrew game I am running. ¶ The downside – not a single illustration of a barrow wight. That’s a hell of a missed opportunity. But MERP often neglects to illustrate the monsters, for some reason. Booo. ¶ Patreon link in bio! #RPG#TabletopRPG#TTRPG#roleplayinggame#DnD#DungeonsAndDragons#DandD#IronCrownEnterprises#MERP#MiddleEarthRolePlaying#MiddleEarth#Tolkien#RalphBakshi#Bree#BarrowDowns#BarrowWight#LordoftheRings
I love dwarves. I’ll not deny it.
Looking through my Advanced D&D books is like eating baked Mac n cheese or grilled cheese with tomato soup or my gravy (that’s sauce to most of you) and meatballs. It’s comfort food. Looking through my AD&D PHB, DMG, Monster Manuals, Fiend Folio, Deities & Demigods, Dragonlance Adventures, Oriental Adventures, Wildnerness Survival Guide, Dungeoneer’s Survival Guide, Manual of the Planes, Forgotten Realms Boxed Set, Dragonlance modules and last but certainly NOT least the Unearthed Arcana is like savoring good, home cooked comfort food.
Gotta make it to @gary.con in 2020 and run an old school game. Ain’t no school like the old school. I think Gary once said that 😉 I agree!
Chessex aquerples 🤩💙✨Can you tell that it’s one of my absolute all time favorite sets?? 😂
Finally my pipped collection of aquerples is complete! Now trying to finish my second set and find misfit or cracked d% d8 d6 d4!
Day 23 of #adventurersinventory by @lordofnowhere_ "An Instrument."
As a child Brukka dreamed of being a bard. Her musical dreams were later crushed and changed direction but she enjoyed playing the lyre. This one is made of painted red wood that is carved into the shape of dancing cats. It was gifted to Brukka on her 8th birthday. She treasures it but had to leave it behind when her and her mothers fled Landolar.
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Y'all! Look my D&D character, Brandjynn! @wacomdragonartist is the absolute best and nailed my spoiled, sassy rich kid Elf-Orc! Get her to being y'alls characters to life too!
Also I'm ready to get this tattooed on me!