broheken:

chewbaccalypse-now:

Because I’m an uncomfortable amount of nerdy, I’ve spent a week working on a map of a fantasy world I’ve created for a custom Dungeons and Dragons campaign I’m working on.  Welcome to the world of (newly renamed) Prynn.  

Forgive me, please.  Too much time put into it not to post it.

is k to use?

This looks great. :)

justinknightmaps:

A RPG Gaming Map of a Cathedral with a link to a secret underground tunnel complex. The Cathedral Design is loosely based on Exeter Cathedral.
  • Camera: Canon CanoScan LiDE 210

justinknightmaps:

A RPG Gaming Map of a Cathedral with a link to a secret underground tunnel complex. The Cathedral Design is loosely based on Exeter Cathedral.

BBC News - The retro cult around Fighting Fantasy gamebooks

I especially loved this bit:

Not everybody liked the books. Livingstone recalls: “The Evangelical Alliance published an eight-page warning guide saying, because children were interacting with ghouls and demons, they would be interacting with the devil. One housewife phoned her radio station and said her son levitated having read one of my books. A vicar also threatened to tie himself to the gates at Penguin Books until Fighting Fantasy was banned.”

cosmicencounterexpert:

(This alien is from the Base Game of Cosmic Encounter!)

The Effect:

You have the power to Upset. As a main player, before encounter cards are selected, you may use this power to declare an upset. Once an upset has been declared, both main players must play attack cards, if possible. Then, after cards are revealed, the winning side loses and the losing side wins. This occurs after all other game effects are resolved (such as Human’s power being zapped).

Now, this is a pretty cool, but is kinda situational, and it depends on what your opponent have, and i don’t personally like that! But we also got to look at the Flare Card!

Wild (If you are not the Loser). As a main player, before encounter cards are selected, you may declare that both sides lose, sending all involved ships to the warp.

Super (If you are the Loser). You may wait until after cards are selected, but before they are revealed before declaring an upset. When you do so, you and your opponent are not required to play attack cards if possible.

Now, these are really cool, but i don’t really think they are that good!

Personal Rating: C+