Tuesday, March 7, 2017

My Favorite Artists - Michael Prescott

I would like to introduce you all Michael Prescott, he's an RPG artist that runs the I'll See It When I Believe It blog and Trilemma Adventures.  He self publishes one, two and three page system agnostic adventures that he beautifully illustrates himself.  His style is clean and sharp and he has a fantastic sense of perspective.  He runs a Patreon campaign here: Michael Prescott is creating adventures!  Head on over and support him for as little as $1.00 per adventure! I really appreciate Michael doing this interview, to learn more about him read on after the break!

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Adventurer's Companion - A Review

Jon Hodgson working his magic!  Great cover!
Heya folks,

I'm back again (I can never seem to stay away) with ANOTHER The One Ring product review, this time its the brand new Adventurer's Companion!  It's so new that my copy just arrived today hot off the presses!  This book is 160 pages long and covers everything character related, all of the previous cultures are included as well as several new ones, there are also new rules, new stuff to do during the fellowship phase and a chapter called Curious Diversions which is a lot of fun.  The book closes out with some reference material that should be welcome in any The One Ring group.

Lets get started after the break!

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Third Die Dice Bags - A Review

This is the one I purchased and I love it!
Heya folks!

I wanted to do a short review on the new Third Die dice bag I received in the mail a few days ago.  This is the nicest dice bag I have ever owned, its beautifully crafted and is HUGE, it can supposedly hold 150 dice!

I purchased the Light Brown Celtic Tree version for a very fair $19.99.  The Celtic Tree logo on the outside is metal and the interior and exterior of the bag is made with a very soft microfiber material.  It stands open by itself without any propping up and has a draw-sting at the top to close it up.  Prices range from $14.99 to $19.99 depending on the logo, color and size of the bag.  Their large bag, the Bag of Hoarding can hold 450 dice!  Yowza!

Bag of Hoarding, its YUGE!
I highly suggest these dice bags, they're beautifully made and are the perfect size, go get one now!  Bags can be purchased here: https://third-die.com/