Posted by -bw- Rainbower (guest) on Sun 26 May 2013 10:43:18 AM EDT
Bringing blob-boy along for the ride
Well. In the campaign threre's an npc with a soul-entrapping/switching crystal, whom it is pretty much mandatory to bring along for the ride. There's also a really stupid and annoying (but well-built, like Dolph Lundgren well-built) npc for this episode. I'd be surprised if a majority of player groups didn't see the immediate fit.
Then fatboy npc gets lodged into Dolph-bod-npc's body and really, really enjoys it, and hilariosity ensues.
Posted by Dan Guillou (guest) on Thu 31 Dec 2009 08:28:05 PM EST
Sometimes when i'm high i think im an elf too õ.ô
Posted by Bootlegger (guest) on Mon 11 Aug 2008 01:53:34 AM EDT
Oraklets fyra ögon. That was the title! Thanks!
Posted by Guest on Thu 08 Feb 2007 03:56:58 AM EST
In this case it is felt tip pen on a pencil sketch. This is also true for most of the ink drawings on the site.
Posted by Guest on Mon 26 Jun 2006 12:39:22 PM EDT
My guess is using pencil and then scanning into the computer to clean the picture, possibly inking beforehand.
Posted by Guest on Sun 25 Jun 2006 03:55:10 PM EDT
Savelvinter. Not "W". And it's spelled Sulphur.
Posted by Guest on Tue 06 Jun 2006 07:39:44 PM EDT
Fairly correct, Aside from its spelled Svavelwinter,,and that it is from its sequel "The Four eyes of the Oracle" (oraklets fyra ögon) I have that adventure in the bookshelf,
Svavelwinter=sulfer winter (or winter of sulfer)
Its one of the "eyes" , the green one depicted, a powerfull elven seer
Posted by Guest on Sun 21 May 2006 03:49:56 AM EDT
That is from the sequel to "Svävelvinter", Isn`t it? Or am I completely wrong?
Posted by Guest on Fri 05 May 2006 05:49:14 AM EDT
Aah, Nastigast. The blob, the myth, the concept. I wonder how many gaming groups actually chose to bring him with them...
Posted by Guest on Wed 15 Feb 2006 10:17:12 AM EST