The Lord of Decay from Titan Forge is truly evil

Lord of Decay is the next demon you NEED Titan Forge’s Daemonic Kingdom is mainly except a fantasy line, according to their website. However, one miniature, the Lord of Decay, is listed under sci-fi, and with good reason. It not only looks incredibly demonic, but also has elements of hydraulic and steam power. Honestly, it looks like a gnomish Emperor …

V&V Miniatures Amazing Historical Lines Are Highly Detailed

Historically accurate miniatures for historical wargamers V&V Miniatures has many excellent lines of historical miniatures for both the historical battle wargamers and the RPG crowd. Made in Ukraine, the resin miniatures require assembly, are in high detail, and are available in two sizes. There is a standard 28mm RPG size and a larger 40mm size for historical reenactment wargaming. V&V …

Dungeon Crawler drops a MASSIVE Kraken Mini!

RELEASE THE KRAKEN! Dungeon Crawler’s Kraken and Massive Tentacle miniatures have hit their store, and they aren’t joking about “massive”. This “mini” is definitely one of the largest ever seen on a table. Taking up an area of 8×8 – 1″ squares on it’s own, the kraken dwarfs the largest dragon miniatures out there. Adding in each 2×2 massive tentacle, …

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Dicecapades Second Edition: Fun for the entire party!

Dicecapades Second Edition has been released, and quite a bit has changed, it seems from the original Dicecapades. However, this does not mean the game is any less fun; quite the contrary. Dicecapades has evolved from a board game with a lot of dice (over 100 dice in the original!) to a party game with 50 dice and plenty of …

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L1: The Secret of Bone Hill, 36 years later

An oddity of days gone by L1: The Secret of Bone Hill is an odd module from the classic days of TSR. Actually, the entire L-series has an interesting history, which I will touch on later. Written by Lenard “Len” Lakofka, TSR published The Secret of Bone Hill in 1981 with the code number of 9045. What makes this module different …

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Imagine Magazine, Issue 3: Looking Back

Way back in the early 1980’s, TSR was big, yet under fire from religious and parent groups. The company chose to expand to a division in the United Kingdom. It was from the offices of TSR-UK that Imagine Magazine spawned. Lasting only 30 issues, plus one special, Imagine started as half original, UK-only content and half-Dragon Magazine content. When the plug …