Cemetery Scene in Slave Pits of the Undercity
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Another sneak-peak at the upcoming lore play video series, Greatest Encounters. This shot is from
Bonehorde Wraith
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This is a Bonehorde Wraith, native to Mophedus, the lower plane of Eos. The Bonehorde
Playing the 5E Conversion of Hidden Shrine of
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Over the New year's even weekend we finished a 5E conversion of the D&D classic,

Demogorgon

Demogorgon, the strange, two headed demon from D&D was made even more notorious by the hit show, Stranger Things. Most serious D&D gamers know that the demon in the show is quite different than the demon in the game of Dungeons & Dragons. This bizarre monstrosity is part siamese ape, part reptile and all demon prince!   

This excellent model was designed by one the best miniature designers out there, Archvillian Games.

There are many illustrations of this demon, most of them quite different in terms of colors and overall stylistic elements. To me, Demogorgon is best represented visually on the cover of Out of the Abyss. I tried to capture that visual style in this paint job.

In terms of 28-32mm miniature gameplay, the model reflects Demogorgon’s actual size in D&D lore, which is 18-20 ft. tall. 

I put a custom base on the model that reflects a murky, lichen and mineral-covered, cavernous floor.

MODEL SPECS:

110mm tall
Painted with Citadel.

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Broodkin are an intelligent, half-drow-half-human subrace found exclusively in the The Wildlands: Where Twilight is Eternal.

Cemetery Scene in Slave Pits of the Undercity
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Another sneak-peak at the upcoming lore play video series, Greatest Encounters. This shot is from the
Bonehorde Wraith
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This is a Bonehorde Wraith, native to Mophedus, the lower plane of Eos. The Bonehorde is
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D&D - January 17, 2023
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Another sneak-peak at the upcoming lore play video series, Greatest Encounters. This shot is from the cemetery scene. Four players take tournament characters through something wicked.  5e D&D for you and me.

A quote from this encounter: “Everything here is grey.”

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Fighter: Primal Warmaster

You take both martial combat and your connection to the many dangerous animals that dwell within the wild, very seriously. You study the physical abilities of predatory beasts in order to inspire your combat prowess, and you have mastered ways to control, tame, fight and even emulate these creatures. Through your study and close kinship with them, your unique mastery of martial combat is infused with aspects of dangerous, untamed animals.

Mastery of the Whip

You have lived among predatory beasts of the world all of your life and have learned ways to tame and train wild animals for the purposes of protection and battle. One of the primary tools of your profession is the whip. In particular, you feel a strong and near intimate connection to this weapon and you have developed unique abilities while wielding it in combat. Some Primal Warmaster’s even give their whip a name, and it rarely ever leaves their side.

When you choose this archetype at 3rd level, 1/short rest you gain the benefit of the spell, “Jump” as if it were cast on yourself.  You also gain the following bonus proficiencies …

Bonus Proficiencies

Your proficiency with the Animal Handling skill is doubled if you have proficiency with it already. If you do not, you gain proficiency and it is not doubled. You also gain the Whipmaster skills. 

Whipmaster
Starting at 3rd level

You mastered the whip in childhood and have trained with it extensively ever since. You now possess unmatched mastery of this weapon. 

You add +2 to damage roles as well as to any skill checks made with a whip. You are also able to wield.

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https://youtu.be/Vf_uT43XSqg The Slave Pits of the Undercity is one of a great classic

Fire Giant of Morgrun’s Mantle

The Fire Giant is an interesting creature. I envision them as 20 ft.

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Cemetery Scene in Slave Pits of the Undercity
The Dragon's Cup
Another sneak-peak at the upcoming lore play video series, Greatest Encounters. This shot is from
Bonehorde Wraith
The Dragon's Cup
This is a Bonehorde Wraith, native to Mophedus, the lower plane of Eos. The Bonehorde
Playing the 5E Conversion of Hidden Shrine of
The Dragon's Cup
Over the New year's even weekend we finished a 5E conversion of the D&D classic,
Cemetery Scene in Slave Pits of
The Dragon's Cup
Another sneak-peak at the upcoming lore play video series, Greatest Encounters. This shot is from the
Bonehorde Wraith
The Dragon's Cup
This is a Bonehorde Wraith, native to Mophedus, the lower plane of Eos. The Bonehorde is
Playing the 5E Conversion of Hidden
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Over the New year's even weekend we finished a 5E conversion of the D&D classic, Hidden

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Cemetery Scene in Slave Pits of the Undercity
The Dragon's Cup
Another sneak-peak at the upcoming lore play video series, Greatest Encounters. This shot
Bonehorde Wraith
The Dragon's Cup
This is a Bonehorde Wraith, native to Mophedus, the lower plane of Eos.
Playing the 5E Conversion of Hidden Shrine of
The Dragon's Cup
Over the New year's even weekend we finished a 5E conversion of the
Elric Character Build for 5th Ed. D&D
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Is this the most accurate build for playing Michael Moorcock's, Elric of Melniboné
Storm Giant
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The big dog of the true Giants, the Storm Giant is a majestic,
New Fighter Subclass: Primal Warmaster
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Fighter: Primal Warmaster You take both martial combat and your connection to the
Demogorgon
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Demogorgon, the strange, two headed demon from D&D was made even more notorious

This is a Bonehorde Wraith, native to Mophedus, the lower plane of Eos.

The Bonehorde is an unusual cabal of undead. They wandering the desolate plains of the plane of Mophedus that lies below Eos. They gather remains of other undead for reasons not fully understood.

Many of the Bonehorde wraiths are the undead incarnations of large humanoids, some that stood over 10 ft. tall.

Nearly all Bonehorde undead originate from Mophedus. However, they are intelligent undead and are capable of tactfully pursuing their victims over time.