Friday, September 30, 2011

Salt Mummy

Salt Mummies: Usually found in mausoleums and appearing as  bodies wrapped in spider silk in the fashion of mummies the touch of these mummies does not spread mummy rot, but rather drains the moisture from people (saving throw or lose 1d3 points of constitution; one point of constitution can be regained by drinking one gallon of water). Sewn into each mummy is a gold statuette worth 600 gp.

SALT MUMMY: HD 6+4; AC 3 [16]; Atk 1 fist (1d12); Move 6; Save 11; CL/XP 7/600; Special: Desiccate, hit only by magic weapons.

h/t THE LAND OF NOD: Hell Preview 4 - Iron, Salt and Fire!

Friday Night Videos

Night of The Living FedEx

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Mmmmm.... Methane *drool*

A few weeks ago, we received capital-N Notice that our local water authority has failed to do EPA-mandated testing for little things like lead and fecal matter for at least two years.

But at least it's not flammable.

Drillers Face Methane Concern -

From Our Man on (Off-Off) Broadway

Playbill reports that Qui Nguyen's She Kills Monsters, a comedy about us folks who play D&D, will open on November 17 at The Flea Theater.

The play focuses on Agnes who "is finally leaving her childhood home following the death of her totally weird sister, Tilly. When she stumbles upon Tilly's Dungeons & Dragons notebook; however, Agnes embarks on an action-packed adventure to discover more about her sister than she previously cared to know. A octane comedy fraught with hostile faeries, randy ogres, and '90s pop culture."

The Flea will also host a D&D-inspired art exhibit: "Doomslangers," artist Casey Jex Smith's works focusing on a "D&D adventure to save the mythical city of Dingershare from the evil Lord Ricaek."

Casey Jex Smith
Davroar Arboshare 2010

For more info, tickets, etc., go to


  • "Doomslangers" D&D-inspired art exhibit at Allegra LaViola Gallery
  • Sunday, September 18, 2011

    Saturday, September 17, 2011


    "I am Shutruk Nahunte, King of Anshand and Sussa, Sovereign of the land of Elam. I destroyed Sippar, took the stele of Niran-Sin, and brought it back to Elam, where I erected it as an offering to my god."
    --Shutruk Nahunte -1158 B.C.

    Tatooine-like Planet Discovered

    Tuesday, September 13, 2011

    Sunday, September 11, 2011


    Star Wars Sunday

    Original version of Tim Bradstreet's depiction of an unmasked Tusker Raider. Due to the reluctance of Lucas to show unmasked Tuskenfolk, it was revamped to become bounty hunter Tagger Bren. h/t Green Skeleton Gaming Guild

    Tuesday, September 6, 2011

    Postapocalyptic Mash-up

    synthezoide on deviantART created this masterpiece depicting three of my favorite franchises all blended together in one nifty scene.