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  1. Beginning to read through Curse of Strahd now with a view to running that after LMoP. It's definitely a step up in complexity and a lot to get the head around. Think I appreciate that as I've had to fill in a lot of the blanks in LMoP myself and come up with/steal new bits where the source was lacking. Will be great to have a properly threatening BBEG to play
  2. Wait til you paint your best ever face then smear a brushful of mephiston red over it when you go to base coat the next bit I don't often drybrush so I always forget to do this before I start painting whatever is beside it, which can be tricky. Other than that I don't generally pay much attention to the order.
  3. Nice one, best of luck with it We're up to Cragmaw Castle now and its been great. I was really nervous the first session even though it was with friends I know well but have settled into things nicely. I overprep a lot I think but I enjoy digging into the story. Happy to answer any questions about my experience with the adventure (although I'm a first timer too so that may not be worth much)!
  4. Picked up a few Faith and New World in Tesco the other week. Really loved them both, especially Faith. Will definitely be ordering more of their stuff!
  5. Have a look at these sandstone ones I've seen posted in a few places. Looks pretty cool like they've been buried in a desert for thousands of years.
  6. https://www.reddit.com/r/boardgamescirclejerk/
  7. It's not much but it's the first I've painted since before lockdown so thought I'd throw it up. Also just noticed I forgot the eyebrows... Scanlan miniature from Critical Role. One of my PCs is playing a gnome bard so painted this up if we ever play on the table. Going to work through the rest of the party (with mainly CR minis).
  8. Finished this the other day, was really great. Nice change of pace to read a standalone fantasy book for once and not commit to some million page, ten book series.
  9. That's great, cheers. Good tip about hanging upside down too. Been playing vampire counts on Total War so in the mood to paint something ghostly
  10. Nice one those look great! Have a few of these to paint from the magazine - would love to hear your technique. Never used the Nikalh Oxide stuff (assuming that's what is on those).
  11. Players on their way to Thundertree to find the location of a castle. Anyone got anstories about their encounters there? Also thinking of ways to spice up the Black Spider:
  12. Definitely using this one! And this. What actually got my players rping in the first place was being able to go to an imaginary pub, lockdown is clearly taking its toll... This made me quiver in my noob dm boots!
  13. Looking for some inspiration for magic items to sprinkle into the campaign. I'd like a few things that are not outwardly powerful but have interesting or useful applications. Came across the Robe of Useful items and the Immovable Rod which seem like they could be really great solutions to different problems and would like to give out a few like these before PCs start getting +1 weapons etc. PCs are level 2 and should level to 3 next session. Do you guys have any favourite items appropriate for low levels?
  14. That is class. The missiles on the top look like eyeballs in the first pic which I thought was cool.
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