It’s that time of the year, gamers everywhere are out looking for deals. This week we are wanting to make your shopping for your GM a lot easier.
So for now, until the end of Monday (at least), you can get all of our 99-cent products for half off. That includes all of our Campaign Toybox Supplements and a few others.
In this line of supplements designed for players and GMs, the Campaign Toybox has new rules, classes, and creatures to enhance your gaming experience. Now for only 49-cents, buy all seven or buy the one’s you are missing from your collection. All are digital downloads in PDF format.
For those of you new to our Campaign Toybox, it is full of new rules, classes, and creatures to enhance your gaming experience, all priced to be friendly to your wallet at a mere ninety-nine cents, so you can afford to stock up on munchies and more dice for your next gaming session!
These simple songs call forth powers, dance, and optical illusions from distant planes. They can cause powerful acts and abilities that test the limit of the Bard’s knowledge. Beyond the normal Perform skill required to learn a masterpiece, these masterpieces also require ranks in a particular Knowledge.
From our newest, and youngest, author with D3 Adventures comes a new set of NPCs for play with Mutants & Masterminds.
Jean is still in high school herself, so she brings a unique perspective to the ideas behind our newest group, Extras! Schoolgirl Sidekicks. With a bit of anime style, perfect for the superhero genre, these young ladies are making their world a better place.
Learn more about these five girls that attend the Sharta Academy, under the tutelage of Gadian’anguru.
Happy Halloween to all our gamer friends! Are you running a game tonight? At a loss for ideas? Pick up Adventure! By the Blood Moon today for 30% off, just $3.49 for 47 page Pathfinder Compatible module.
The party has completed another successful adventure, but before they can relax an old friend sends them a dire request. When they arrive in Shrindal, they find their friend murdered, but it is only the first in a string of killings by the Cult of Xen’ragast. Who are they targeting? What are they hoping to accomplish? Can they be stopped? Only the heroes can end their reign of terror. A Pathfinder compatible adventure for 4-6 characters level 11-13.
Romp! Adventure Tiles. This package contains random encounter tables for both Pathfinder and 5th Edition. It also has 18 6″ x 6″ maps, all 3D rendered and interchangeable, and complete room descriptions. These are included with printed 1″ lines for use on your gaming table and without lines as separate PNG files for use on virtual table top (VTT) gaming
Beneath most cities are sewers crawling with disgusting creatures and evil humanoids. Romp! Infested Sewers brings these threats to life like never before. This package contains random encounter tables for both Pathfinder and 5th Edition. It also has 18 6″ x 6″ maps, all 3D rendered and interchangeable, and complete room descriptions. These are included with printed 1″ lines for use on your gaming table and without lines as separate PNG files for use on virtual table top (VTT) gaming.
Eons ago, an ancient evil was trapped beneath the village of Farcaster. Now, however, dark forces are working in the shadows of the city. Cultists roam the streets. Villagers are disappearing. Messengers seeking assistance have vanished. The city needs heroes. Can the party restore the ancient wards are defeat the mighty Maranos?
A demon. A demon coming out of a portal was the assignment I got for a D3 Adventures supplement. I was being given a lot of freedom on this assignment, which is just amazing for an artist to get. I had so many ideas that went beyond the usual bat-winged, red skinned devilish demon most commonly depicted.
The title sounds like a magic trick, but for me as an illustrator and comic book artist, it’s just Wednesday. I’m not talking about drawing a bat’leth, that uniquely shaped weapon of the Klingons from Star Trek, and then turning that drawing into a demon. This was a real, metal bat’leth that had been used in stage fighting.
I had given the bat’leth to an actress friend of mine, who agreed that she would be a reference model for me in the future if I needed her. She didn’t specify for demonic purposes, but that’s what I needed. When I asked if she’d mind being a demon, she said yes immediately. Okay, maybe the affirmative was more enthusiastic and less PG than just “Yes”, but you get the idea. Actors are great for models because they really get into the character. They do more than just pose in place. My demon had plans, ideas and an odd facial structure. My friend gave my demon intent, and some make-up which made her look less demonic, but like motion capture marking trackers would help me when it came time to make the face look less human. What proceeded next was an hour of photography, improvisation, cardboard armor and what probably looked really insane to someone from the outside. That’s the best thing about being a fantasy artist, maybe an actor, too. The totally weird, un-glamorous things required to pull off something fantastic.
As an artist it’s important to never be a slave to any reference used. Yet, it’s equally important to use reference, because something an artist wouldn’t have thought of out of their head will come out of it. This painting became so much more than I had originally envisioned thanks to my friend.
All it had cost me was a Klingon weapon of destruction.
Art covers coming soon from Chandra Reyer at Greystone Studios to D3 Adventures also include: