oldschoolfrp:

My 3D tribute to Dave Trampier’s iconic cover of the 1st ed AD&D Players Handbook.  When I started painting Otherworld Miniatures’ demon idol I knew I had to build it a proper arch and raised platform with some OSL paint effects.  (Idol and altar from Otherworld Miniatures.  Dungeon stone, treasure chest, and braziers cast in plaster from Hirst Arts molds.  Tiny beads added for brazier loops.)  Otherworld now makes braziers and a pair of thieves posed for climbing and prying the right eye gem.

oldschoolfrp:

My 3D tribute to Dave Trampier’s iconic cover of the 1st ed AD&D Players Handbook.  When I started painting Otherworld Miniatures’ demon idol I knew I had to build it a proper arch and raised platform with some OSL paint effects.  (Idol and altar from Otherworld Miniatures.  Dungeon stone, treasure chest, and braziers cast in plaster from Hirst Arts molds.  Tiny beads added for brazier loops.)  Otherworld now makes braziers and a pair of thieves posed for climbing and prying the right eye gem.

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Oooh crystal pony!!! Who does Rainbow Dash represent?

The human rogue. :-)

What's up with all the dice?
Anonymous

Because dice are awesome. They are colorful and fun and people collect them over lifetimes! My first set of dice I got when I was 9, and I still have them!



sexplosion submitted: I hope it’s not too late to get in on this dice submission! My dice are seen on the right (with the DM’s dice separated and above the others) and my girlfriend's dice are on the left.


And a Cthulhu bag! Wooo!

And a Cthulhu bag! Wooo!



smileymelodee submitted: My dice laid out in a rainbow pattern while playing D&D. :)

Wow! Its rare I see a dice collection that so completely dwarfs my own! Most impressive!


blaziken-warbler submitted: Here’s my newest set of dice! The photo isn’t that great, but they’re metallic purple with metallic green veins. They’re so pretty <3


Wooo! I love shiny!

Wooo! I love shiny!



babybearlovinia submitted: Some of my dice, I can’t find my bag but I founds some in plastic cases. Raspberry dice, sliver/copper color dice, clear blues, clear purples, and miscellaneous d20s.


Nice! I think I have those same red/black dice!

Nice! I think I have those same red/black dice!



asmartkid submitted: I could only find one of my sets, but here are my beautiful Elven dice!  


Those are gorgeous!

Those are gorgeous!

Dice day has begun!!

You can still submit pics if you feel so inclined.

Azan, the archer by Grosnez
"Oh god, all those orcs we just killed were actually the orphans we were supposed to find, weren’t they?"

outofcontextdnd:

And the DM smiled

Do you love looking at dice? Me too!

Friday I am doing Dice Porn day! All Dice!! ALL DAY!!

Send me a picture of your dice! Tell me a story about them! How old are they? Where did you get them? Are any of them particularly lucky or unlucky?

Send me a submission!

With all the dice talk I decided to do another giveaway!
Win a set of dice of your choice!!
Reblog this and then click here to send me the name of your character and the game(s) you play, or would want to play! If you play Fate you get a set of Fate Dice. If you play White Wolf, D10s! D&D, fantasy dice!

With all the dice talk I decided to do another giveaway!

Win a set of dice of your choice!!

Reblog this and then click here to send me the name of your character and the game(s) you play, or would want to play! If you play Fate you get a set of Fate Dice. If you play White Wolf, D10s! D&D, fantasy dice!

GOT DICE??

Wanna show em off?

You have 4 days to submit a pic of your dice. Or you and your dice. Or your mom stepping on your D4 and cursing you ever being born.

Ya know.

Whatever.

If you have trouble submitting because you use a phone app or whatever, let me know. We can work something out!

literaryfirearms:

One of many things Community did right with this episode was Jeff Winger. He is very clearly not the “type” to be playing Dungeons & Dragons. He doesn’t get fantasy tropes, he doesn’t care to remember the name of anything, but he doesn’t dismiss the game because of it. It would be really easy to have him be that character who is Too Cool For This Silly Game, but he isn’t. The way he engages with the game shows it’s not just a ridiculous, melodramatic fantasy narrative - it’s problem-solving. And even in a game he doesn’t understand, he will use the means available him to solve the issue at hand, just like Jeff Winger does every other time he’s trying to solve a problem at Greendale.

And I love that about this episode. It pulls characterization and conflict from an interwoven, dual narrative between the story in the game and at the table, where the characters’ enthusiasm and emotional investment in the game isn’t played off as the joke.