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Since October 2014, I've been writing a weekly blog titled "Studded Plate" devoted primarily to RPGs and LEGO, with occasional columns about my other geeky hobbies.
Today's post, "Building the Bestiary #121: Aquatic Animals," is part of an ongoing series in which I discuss building LEGO miniatures for role-playing games. (See the bottom of that post for links to past installments.)
I also frequently discuss RPG campaigns that I'm running (or have run in the past). Last week's post was a summary of the second session of my brand-new homebrewed Pathfinder campaign, "Time of the Tarrasque." (A link to part 1 is included in that post.)
A few other subjects I frequently cover include Green Ronin's Freeport setting (for which I've run multiple campaigns, and maintain an errata wiki), new monsters I've created for Pathfinder (or converted to that system), and reviews of new LEGO Minifigure series (with an eye towards using them for RPG minis).
I will try to post a link here to each week's column when I publish it. Please feel free to post any feedback here or (better yet) post comments directly to the blog entries. I hope you enjoy them!
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[Correction to previous post: As you would have seen if you followed the link, "Aquatic Animals" is #11 in that series, not 121!]
Last week's blog post:
Time of the Tarrasque #3: Under an Autumn Moon: A little giant lore, some fun at a festival, and a desperate clash with orcs.
And this week's posts:
Time of the Tarrasque #4: Rock Bits on a Dais: In which our heroes find a desert tomb containing many disturbing things.
Time of the Tarrasque: Sources Used: A bonus column for this week, in which I discuss the rulebooks used in the campaign.
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Lego ideas has reported that the Dungeon master themed idea has hit 10,000 votes and will now be considered for production
also, the Elves line will introduce Goblins this year.
Thanks Tim, for keeping Lego themes and adventure gaming in our heads
Unearthed Arcana and Freeport, Part 4 (Class Options, Part 2): More thoughts on incorporating new 5E subclasses into your Freeport game.
(For links to my previous 5E Freeport posts, see the end of the article.)
First, a brief note about some recent projects, then on to this week's main feature.
Errata for D&D 5E and AGE: Tim's Errata Archive gains its first 5E pages, as well as pages for Blue Rose AGE.
The Sunless Citadel #3: Through the Dragon Door: In which the party opens a section of the dungeon undisturbed since the burial of the citadel.
I will be away for a family vacation next week, so am posting two blogs this week instead.
Time of the Tarrasque #11: Where's the Cactus?: In which our heroes pursue a small spy...and her even tinier cactus?
Building the Bestiary #15: For the Birds: Building LEGO minis for birds, bird people, and other winged monsters.
(Finally, don't forget to Fight for the Future: Defend net neutrality!)
#RPGaDay 2017: Days 18-22 (Eclipse Edition): My family and I will be traveling the next few days to see the total eclipse and do general sightseeing in Nashville, so I've decided to post my answers to the next few days' questions now.
18th) Which RPG have you played the most in your life?
19th) Which RPG features the best writing?
20th) What is the best source for out-of-print RPGs?
21st) Which RPG does the most with the least words?
22nd) Which RPGs are the easiest for you to run?