RPG, Dungeons & Dragons was published in 1974 by TSR. The 3rd edition
rules were published in 2000 by Wizards of the Coast. D&D combines a tabletop miniature game with improvisational
storytelling. Quest for money, fame and power in a medieval fantasy
setting interacting with wizards, dragons, kings, and deities. During play
you earn experience to create a unique character choosing from a wide
variety of abilities and archetypes.
3.5 Combat Crib Sheet
PDF file of a combat quick reference guide, containing all standard combat actions and
Calendar of Oearth
PDF file of a calendar year of Oearth, with a "little" bit of note space
for each day. Handy to track campaign time, and plot out future events.
Worksheet | A
PDF form for pre-session notes, and party progress during a session. I
printed out 50 pages on my home printer, and had a local quick-print shop make me a
pad with card-board backer, and
3-hole drill for $3
PDF file of the beginnings of a set of Themed
Runes that I designed. My inspiration was to incorporate 2 dots,
an arc, and line in each character. And another PDF file of a complete Runic
that I used in a campaign. The concept behind these characters was they
can be drawn in 3 strokes (except for two of them).
Miniatures Figure Images | A
ZIP file of a
complete set of JPG images of Dungeons & Dragons Miniatures figures. The
images have been cropped and sized for use with Battle Planner collection management
Here is a gallery of
some of the various figures I have painted over the years (image names marked with a "*" are painted by Brian
Gregory, and "**" are painted by Harold MacKinnon).
| Dragons have always been a passion of mine. Here are images of drawings and figures.
Images | The first
images are a series of progress shots for an NPC named Iblis. The first two pictures show where the primary pieces I used in
this conversion. The other images are of drawings and maps.
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