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Earth - The bizarre beasts living in Romania's poison cave In the south-east of Romania, in Constanța county close to the Black Sea and the Bulgarian border, there lies a barren featureless plain. The desolate field is completely unremarkable, except for one thing. Below it lies a cave that has remained isolated for 5.5 million years. While our ape-like ancestors were coming down from the trees and evolving into modern humans, the inhabitants of this cave were cut off from the rest of the planet. Despite a complete absence of light and a poisonous atmosphere, the cave is crawling with life. The Vintyri™ Cartographic Collection The Campaign Cartographer 3+ edition. The installation of the CC3+ version requires special steps. First download and read the installation guide! Download: (5.599 MB)

Flipsiders The Flipsiders series of games from Milton Bradley all came in plastic cases designed to look like audiotape cassettes. The board flips out from the cassette-sized case, and the "reels" of the cassette are spinners for random numbers or events. The magnetic pawns are stored in the part of the "cassette" where the tape heads normally would read/write the tape. Gary Fixler dissected Checkered Flag and provided a photo gallery on Flickr.com. During the initial production run, there were six different games in the collection. According to Anjar's web site, there are currently more than 20.

Classic Riddles 1-100 Over the years I’ve collected almost 250 riddles from various places for use in roleplaying games. Here’s the list for other people to use: Not really a riddle in the classical sense, but one of my all-time favourites: Why do the French only have one egg for breakfast?Because one egg is un oeuf (enough)! Don’t forget to check Riddles 101-200 and Riddles 201-243 which have now been published as well. Coat of Arms Design Studio Overview The Coat of Arms Design Studio is a Java program that runs on most computers. (Windows, Mac OSX, Linux; but not phones/tablets.)Has over 200 built-in creature and symbol charges.

Répliques du film Le Seigneur des anneaux : Les Deux Tours Stupide hobbit joufflu ! Ça les abîme ! Stupid, fat hobbit. Dois-je tout vous décrire ou vous trouver un marche-pied ? Archetypes Revisited: Burned-Out Mage, 5e style Way back in SR1, there was a Burned out Mage archetype. He was pretty awesome in a weird way. Poor guy burned out most of his magical ability on cyber, and this guy’s itching for some Focus addiction as well(which, well, he has.) It may not be the most powerful Archetype in the world but damned if it wasn’t something different and original. Alas, he was not long for the world-he disappeared after that and was never seen again.

Hex Chest Dice Box - D20 Collective Exclusive Looking to make a statement? Do you have some lucky dice that deserve a fitting home? Look no further! These dice boxes are custom made to order and feature magnetic inserts to ensure the lids stay closed without the need for you rolling a strength check to pry them back open. NOTE: Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery as these are custom made to order. Hex Chest Dice Boxes The original dice box you've seen on Reddit and Kickstarter, now available for purchase! These beautiful and unique dice boxes make great gifts for your favorite gamer! About the dice box design: These dice boxes are designed to be unique and customizable for you!

What Really Happens When You Get Shot Staff Sergeant Nick Lavery wasn’t only the most physically imposing Green Beret on our team, he was the most physically imposing soldier any of us had ever seen. He was 6’5″, approaching 280 pounds, and cut like a linebacker—the position at which he excelled, not coincidentally, as a college football player at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He was a weapons specialist, and an expert in hand-to-hand combatives.

What I Learned Running D&D 5e from Level 1 to 20: Sly Flourish by Mike Shea on 4 April 2016 Since the release of the 5th Edition of Dungeons & Dragons I have had the opportunity to run a full campaign spanning levels 1 to 20. During this campaign, we ran through the two Tyranny of Dragons adventures, Hoard of the Dragon Queen and Rise of Tiamat and extended beyond the Sword Coast into the depths of the Nine Hells where our heroes cut down tremendous foes, including a few from Kobold Press's upcoming Tome of Beasts. Finally, at level 20, our heroes faced the fully powered goddess of dragons herself, Tiamat.

Shadowrun C.L.U.E. Files matrix location: High Programmer > Alan De Smet > Games > Role-Playing Games > Shadowrun > Shadowrun C.L.U.E. Files The C.L.U.E. files were a collection of stupid Shadowrun player stories collected by "Karen." Can Wizards Avoid Another OGL Glut? Wizards of the Coast's famous experiment in open design allowed more game designers to contribute to Dungeons & Dragons than ever before. But the same freedom to publish compatible games resulted in a glut of products that confused consumers and clogged game store shelves, resulting in the D20 "bubble" bursting. With the arrival of a new open game license from Wizards of the Coast, will history repeat itself? D&D is About Sharing

20 Bizarre Beasts From Ancient Bestiaries The first true bestiaries—exhaustive anthologies of the natural world—appeared in Ancient Greece. Originally, they were just a means of cataloguing and describing all known animals and plants (both real and mythical), and in particular those that had curative or otherwise noteworthy uses. But by the Medieval period, when bestiaries became hugely popular, these descriptions had become overtly religious and allegorical, with many creatures listed as having miraculous powers, or depicted as symbols of redemption, salvation, and rebirth: the humble pelican, for instance, was once said to have the ability to bring its dead offspring back to life by piercing its side and feeding them its own blood (according to one 13th century French scholar at least). One thing all bestiaries had in common, however, was that they mixed fact with fiction. The parandrus was an ox-sized, hoofed animal of Ethiopia with a stag’s head, large branching horns, and long shaggy brown fur.

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