“You enter a dark, dank room. Lining the walls are shelves that once contained a myriad of potions and elixirs, now it’s just broken, dusty vials and strange stains. The floor is a mess of old parchment, broken glass and debris, clearly the room has been sacked or a great struggle took place many years ago. against the far wall is an undisturbed chest, dusty but intact. Above is a candle chandelier that has not been lit in ages, wax stalactites hang from it. You can smell a mix of sulfur and lavender, it’s pleasing and unpleasant at the same time”

“I open the chest”

“Roll for initiative”

Just a reminder that every room must be treated like a place a dungeon master has concocted to murder you, because it likely has been. A wonderful D&D creation by Corvus Auriac MOCs.

Adventure Is In The Eye Of The Beholder

You enter a darkened space, the musty air is tinged with the coppery smell of blood. You can hear water dripping in the distance, echoing off the mossy, rough hewn stone walls. An unlit torch is on the wall, upon lighting it a low rumble is heard, like the cross between thunder and a large angry beast. Suddenly an enormous form drops from a hole in the ceiling, it's single cycloptic eye surrounded by stalks with many eyes...a Beholder!

Roll for initiative...

LEGO Beholder (D&D)

Vox Machina

According to Chris Maddison, Critical Role is a complicated thing to explain.  So I looked it up!  Apparently, it's a show about a group of voice actors playing Dungeons and Dragons.  They call themselves Vox Machina.  The current story line will be ending soon, and Chris has built these amazing figs to commemorate the finale.  I especially like how the photos were taken outside in natural surroundings, very effective.  After seeing these characters, I think I'll be adding the show to my binge-watch lineup! 

Vox Machina

Keyleth of the Air Ashari

Roll A D20 To See If You Spring The Trap...

I didn't play much D&D when I was a teen, our preference was Aftermath and Traveller, but I played enough for this MOC by Galaktek to get me right in the nostalgia feels. Join the adventure of a party of four as they descend deeper and deeper on the search for treasure. Click through for a full room by room quest, it's pretty epic.

Old Skool D&D: Mystery of Mariner's Manor

The Beholder

This made my heart go pitter patter. Not just because I'm a fan of all things geek, but because it's from a dear friend who hasn't been building much lately (but has certainly been making lots of cool stuff!), and It always makes me happy to see the work of friends. Behold the Beholder, from Guy Himber. Making great use of those Mixel eyes and being all monstery, I dig it.

The Beholder by Guy H

You Enter A Large Chamber...

The torch light reveals little in the way of decorations or furniture as you cautiously enter. You cast your eyes about the room and see two skeletons, one hanging from the wall, this room has seen death. The pungent scent of decay and neglect burns your nose as you hear the faint drips of an unseen leak. A quick check for trap doors reveals nothing, so you continue your search. In a dark corner there's a chest... 

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