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    Dungeons and Dragons .

    I have 3 passions in life currently , MOTU , Skylanders and Dungeons n Dragons . I got hooked in 2008 and a year later i tried my luck as a DM . I made a ton o pictures of my sessions partly as a reminder of the good ol days and well they are great if you want to advertise this game concept to people . I am sort of lucky to have kept all my old toys to use as props and that helped alot . I have used Skeletors havoc staff on multiple occasions as an orc battering ram .

    In my part of there is only one shop in my country that sells RPG dice and few know its true purpose .There are no hobby shops or bookstores that sell DND products , you need to import everything. I am hoping to buy a few tables and put it on my porch next year and run my own little DND club . Problem with this game is you need a bunch of easy going people and a huge table . I last ran a DND session about a year and a half . I have about 200 plus miniatures . I love them all . RPG computer games are awesome yes but no matter how advanced graphics or AI , somethings can only be experienced on the tabletop . The most powerful processor in the world is the human brain after all . My games are a mix of rules 3.5 and Pathfinder . I never understood or cared for 4th edition rules .

    I have a thing for Orcs , Dwarves , Goblins and Zombies . My favorite classes are Barbarian , Wizard and specialist healers. When i order minis from America i need those and only WOTC brand .

    This is not quite your average dungeon crawl but dang its fun fun fun . Not to mention great photo opportunity . Below is a siege scenario . The heroes defend a "town" from an "army" of orcs and goblins lead by a Minotaur commander . One hero takes control of a mighty Ballista . Being a turn based game this took all afternoon .


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    Those are some nice layouts you have there.

    I'm not a D&D fan but I find myself watching a D&D series on youtube called "temple of the lava bears". I can't post a link here cause of the occasional bad words. It's a gather round the table as we talk and work out things through kind of series. no kinds of layouts. almost like a radio play or radio show. but done on camera. if that makes sense.

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    Its not a layout it was a real game session I threw for my buddies and took photos every so often . Most of my photos are layouts .
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    I love the battering ram, funny!

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    My Dragon Cylcinder . I feed him Heroes . Every Dungeon Master should have his own castle and Dragon . This is a non WOTC dragon made by the smurf company. Most WOTC dragons are too small and ugly ....not to mention overpriced .

    This is a setup / layout photo set .


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