Tag Archives: Temple of Demogorgon

Weekly Roundup: Tyranny Tile Time Lapse Edition

A couple of weeks ago, I posted pictures of the Tyranny of Goblins Hirst Arts tiles I made. I decided to make a time lapse video while I was making the “Temple” tile, but hadn’t had a chance to compile it until this week. You can see me putting a tile together from start to finish (minus painting and basing) in about 5 minutes:


 

If you’d like to see more time lapse stuff from me, let me know what you’d like to see in the comments below!

Over at Chameleon this week, we have some tips on game prep. It’s always good to see different perspectives.

The Midgard campaign setting continues to make waves. i09 had a spotlight this week, and Tabletop Gamer had an interview.

If you’ve always played PCs and NPCs as good or evil, and want to add some more gray to your campaign, check out the morally ambiguous character backgrounds at Dread Gazebo this week. For D&D Next.

Temple of Demogorgon wonders if he’s disenchanted with dungeons as an adventure setting because he’s a grown up now.

At Kobold Quarterly we have a new look at what “Post Apocalypse” really means.

Dyson’s Dodecahedron is posting new maps again. Someone do something cool with this!

Finally, Neuroglyph Games gave us some ideas for level draining.

Blast From The Past (Weekly Roundup: Shameless Plea For Votes Edition)

Some Space to Think had an excellent article analyzing why you don’t see enough role playing in your game. You may be surprised at the answer.