Insulation foam has been taunting Ben for many years now…practically daring him to man up and take the plunge. His apprehension with the material is quite humorous, especially when you consider its light weight and pink color. Thankfully, a homebrewed underworld in D&D’s Pyramid of Shadows has forced his hobby hand. Let’s pop a sun rod and examine Ben’s initial foray into the mysteries of foam.
Steadfast at the helm of his mighty terrain ship, Captain Ben stares sternly into the eyes of the great White Whale. The time has come for this mighty beast of intimidation to be dealt with directly and decisively. No longer shall his Hirst Arts cavern floors scour the seas of disappointment. Avast Ye Maties! It’s time for a showdown of mythical proportions – let’s show these tiles who’s boss.
What the!? Christmas in February?! Round three of Pathfinder’s bold entry into the once dying miniature market makes them the clear industry leader in this now budding category. Shattered Star is a pure delight. Get ready to be amazed and bewildered.
Fineas, a quite short albeit powerful elven archer who was shunned and humiliated at the Halfmoon Inn by our adventurer group, is finally ready to deal his deadly revenge. Let’s work out his twisted plan together in this week’s encounter prep.
Terrainaholic’s recent Hobbython was the perfect opportunity to stroll down redemption lane. Ben decided to re-tackle a classic D&D environment – caverns. After all, this terrain was the very first Hirst Arts product he’d ever tackled…there was plenty of upside to be had. Plus, he was determined to learn from lessons past. Let’s tear open the envelope and take a look at his early redo results.
Sadly, some real-world traps got sprung on Ben this week so today’s post is going to get bumped to next Saturday. It would be a true crime to rush the next how-to cavern blog entry as it’s crammed with all Ben’s learnings from Terrainaholic’s recently completed Hobbython.
Now that Ben’s built the majority of the Granny Mammy Graul family farm, he finds himself in heavy DM housekeeping mode. Thus, he’ll forgo any in-depth how-to’s for this week in favor of some quick-fire D&D goody bits. Party rogues should still be able to find plenty to “borrow” for their own games and terrain aspirations. Lead on…
Hold on! Are you telling Ben there’s another 353 days of dice rolling bliss in front of him? Heavens to Murgatroyd – that sounds too good to be true! Well if you insist, Ben will keep the printing press churning for 2013. Let’s use this week to show you how we’re tidying things up on the homebrewed Granny Mammy Graul Family Farm.
The building of the 4E Graul family farm encounter continues. Now that we have our devilish cast of characters (and supporting miniatures), let’s turn our attention to some game table terrain. This week Ben heads downstairs to Mammy’s dark cellar. Walk this way…
Here’s the story of a lovely granny who was cooking up three very twisted stews. All of them had hair of gold like their mother…well, you get the idea. Granny Mammy Graul leads one funked up cannibal family and she’s looking forward to having Ben’s game group for dinner (literally). Let’s meet all the villains of this homebrewed outdoor encounter.