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Priscilla, Glaive of Knuckles the Impulsive

[Yet another entry for the open call for minor artifacts and relics on Jeff’s Gameblog.] My young friend, I’ll bet you a shiny electrum piece that you don’t even know what that weapon’s called. That’s called a glaive, son, a glaive, … Continue reading

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Mulligan’s Bauble

[This post is a response to the open call for minor artifacts and relics on Jeff’s Gameblog. I think I may have ignored some of the important instructions, but I enjoy how this one and the others turned out, so if … Continue reading

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The Stalwart Scabbard of Sir Twembly Backslider

[This post is a response to the open call for minor artifacts and relics on Jeff’s Gameblog. I think I may have ignored some of the important instructions, but I enjoy how this one and the others turned out, so if … Continue reading

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[This post is a response to the open call for minor artifacts and relics on Jeff’s Gameblog. I think I may have ignored some of the important instructions, but I enjoy how this one and the others turned out, so if … Continue reading

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Legitimate Targets

I have owned the D&D 4th edition Dungeon Master’s Guide for some time now, but until now, l have only dipped into it a bit. I found myself reading it more attentively this weekend, and found two interesting things in … Continue reading

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DMG as beer coaster

Using my AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide as a beer coaster—the same book I carried around with me everywhere when I was about 11 years old—amuses me to no end.

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Maybe the orc IS your sister!

As a grown up, this quality is till there. Because you still can look at these artifacts and ideas in the game and wonder how they got there, and you can wonder where they’re going to go. There’s this wonderful … Continue reading

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