"Don't move! He can't see us if we don't move."
- Alan Grant, Jurassic Park
Lately, my imagination has gone back to dinosaurs. I've been a big fan of these amazing creatures since I was a child, and really enjoy the fact that they have been giving as an option in the D&D game under the term behemoth (another name for the creatures). One of the first Lair Assault modules I was able to purchase off of ebay was Attack of the Tyrantclaw, a module I wanted specifically because I wanted some appropriate dinosaur stat blocks, and monster tokens.
As I've ready other people's blogs and comments about their games, some of them use dinosaurs in them, but as creatures that exist in magical locations, or places that have special attributes to them. As I've worked on creating my own campaign world, I've taken this notion of dinosaurs and thrown it out of the window. My Creationist worldviews that dinosaurs and man existed together have led me to p…
"So you run and you run to catch up to the sun, but it's sinking"
- Pink Floyd, Time
The last two weeks have been crazy busy for me. I've also been working on a few
D&D side projects. As such, my blog has fallen somewhat by the
wayside, and for that, I apologize. I think I should start having a
better control of managing my time, and as such, we should be getting
back into the swing of things rather quickly. Let's begin, shall we?
I need to start using my Monster Tokens more.
I've been scrambling to purchase miniatures and get certain monsters
that I need. For some, like the sahuagin, that's fine. There are no
sahuagin monster tokens, unless you count the two medium sized and one
large Baron from the Lair Assault Talon of Umberlee. I've also
purchased some cheap Star Wars miniatures to use for my Vellyn
campaign. Sometimes, you do what you gotta do.
as I'm going through and planning other games and playing …