Princesses Playing D&D by madam-marla
I’m having a hard time reading Aurora’s body language as anything other than “shit, it’s not gonna be my turn for HOURS, is it.”
Ten-member parties: why would you do that
(And you know Cinderella’s playing a summoner and will have like fifteen different minis to move around every turn)
(And as long as I’m being a curmudgeon, I wanna say that it’s rank anthropocentrism that Nala doesn’t get to be an Official Disney Princess)
Oh, I dunno - 10-member parties are rough but doable…if you have a quick system. :D
Bab Suika-Suker Square, Tunis, Tunisia, ca. 1899
Monster of the Day: Bonecollector by sabin-boykinov
From Sebastian Wagner (see original source)
— Chris Achilleos
guardian of the gate
A Weird Warrior of the Future?
(Art by Hans Olo)
Delver’s aphasia or “Dungeon Jabber” is a peculiar malady apparently caused by exposure to the insectoid beings known as “mumblers.” People seldom get a good look at mumblers: they’re skilled at staying hidden, owing to their ability to contort and flatten their bodies and their chameleon-like power to blend into their surroundings. From hidden places, the mumblers whisper to their human victims. Their utterances are jibberish—and that gives them their name.
How Dungeon Jabber is transmitted is unclear. It may be through the mumbler’s kiss—certainly most who develop it have the creatures put their lips upon them—but it has been suggested that only close proximity to a mumbler is necessary.
— Jeff Easley
Ruins of roman city of Timgad, Algeria
Spearhead of rock crystal, Copper Age, Valencina de la Concepcion, Spain
— Gerald Brom