As you may (or may not know) I play Dungeons and Dragons with a group of friends on Monday nights. We’re pretty late to the game really, we had a few goes of it in high school, but that was about it. We were doing a regular podcast of the episodes for a while, but conflicting schedules and “real life challenges” conspired to put an end to that. So rather than have irregular releases, we’ve been holding off to put together “seasons” of adventures, with breaks in between.
We’re currently playing the much criticised 4th edition, but not having played any other versions, we’re not really in a position to compare. It serves its purpose as a frame work to hang our stupidity and ridiculousness on, like an jade carved mannequin, or diamond encrusted coat hanger. The rules are loose, and fast, and I get the impression that there’s only one of us at the table who really understands them. (and that’s not me.)
For the first time ever, I’m giving you the opportunity to delve inside our magical den of mystery and see the inner workings of our games. We play around a white board table, where we render in game graphics on the fly. That’s right, this is no prerender stuff, hoodwinking you in to buying the finished game. THIS IS AS REAL AS IT GETS!
You can see a bunch of drawings I’ve done during our sessions right here. Please note however, that our games tend to get very racy and a lot of these illustrations are NSFW. If you’re at work, just wait until you get home to look at them, they’ll still be there. But I bet that you’ll be tempted by its scandalous content.
This entry was posted by campbell on Saturday, September 10th, 2011 at 2:49 am
Filed under dungeons and dragons, illustration
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