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    One year already done for this forum. Why this could happens, 'cause the people are here with their passions, making this alive day after day. Passion of the boardgame, passion of gaming gear, passion of WOOD, passion of art, passion of dogs (and cats), passion of doing something wonderful. One year, 182 members, new friendship from everywhere. Some are cool, other are savage like me even if I only cook pumpkin twice in 30 years lol. Everybody here are special and we could see it in all the comments everyday. I'm glad to be a part of this. Long life for DMG
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    Dragonfire Istanbul Marrakech Terra Mystica
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    Name: Chopper the Courageous Coward Race: Rhodesian Ridgeback Class: Paladin Best Known Skill: Keeping the party warm on cold nights Famous for: Finding a place to hide until the danger has passed Most Ashamed of: His unlawful rogue sister Chopper is the most courageous paladin you have ever met! You can count on him to rush to the party’s rescue! …after the danger has passed. He has a heart of gold and will forever be loyal to those who pet him. You can often find him taking a nap on his companions’ laps or in their beds.
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    Name: Ghost Race: Husky-Wolf Class: Rogue Best Known Skill: Consuming all the tasty food without the party noticing Famous for: Her ability to communicate with those large red sirens Most Ashamed of: Getting startled by a beetle during a heist Ghost is well known in the thieves’ guild as one of the best. Some think her skills are wasted on the thievery of food, but they know not the glory of such exquisite flavors. She is quick to steal the hearts of others and never forgets a scent. You will often find her sneaking out of the party’s stronghold to run wild in search of new and exciting flavors. To pass time, while in the stronghold, she often hunts mice and brings them to her group for inspection and tasty rewards.
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    Currently driving across Missouri. First four hours were like driving in a washing machine! Omg the rain. We'll stop in Joplin for lunch and are currently on track to make it to TX in time for the pizza party welcome dinner. We left work early last night and after a quick run home, got on the road. Actually set the Miniature Market physical store as our destination to make full use of our geeky road trip. Told the shop staff what we were doing and they appeared pleased and honored to be part of our tour.
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    I've started typing a few times to consolidate some of my Reapercon thoughts. Nothing I've written yet really conveys exactly what happened to us. "We had a great/wonderful/excellent/terrific time" is kind of cliche. We signed up not really knowing what to expect. What we found is that Reapercon is first and foremost about the painting aspect of the hobby. Secondarily, it's about D&D and a smattering of other tabletop systems. I saw just a handful of board games in play, but there were acres of tabletop RPGs. But painting, lots of painting. The people at attend Reapercon are a tight knit crew and quite fantastic. It's not a "small" con, but it's far smaller than PAX-U, and it goes on for 4+ full days (with most people arriving Wednesday evening for the pre-party and many staying through to Monday morning before setting off for home, so it's almost 6 days for many). Here's the part that I have trouble describing: we got adopted by two groups and then met friends-of-friends and friends-of-friends-of-friends. After 5 Gencons, 3 Blizzcons, a PAX-U, and random visits to the game stores near us, I feel like I can find common ground and have a pleasant conversation with most nerds. But in the small confines of a mult-day event, those incidental encounters were compounded with repeat conversations. We started Wednesday night awkward and anonymous, but went up to our room on Sunday with handshakes and hugs. It all happened in a blur, but looking back at how the weekend evolved, it couldn't have happened any other way - and could have never been planned or premeditated. So, we had a great time; already talking about next year.
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    Hello from Texas! Got in last night after a long day on the road, but was able to attend the meet and greet last night and put a few names with faces from the Reaper forums. This is a much (much) smaller event than I'm used to. This one hotel is very new, and huge, but our entire convention takes up only a part of it. It's interesting watching the business traveler muggles take in the sea of black shirts and long hair in the lobby. 😉 Small also means much more personal and less crazy than Gencon. We've already met some great folks. Our first painting class is in about 45 mins, and then we'll do some shopping in the vendor hall and maybe a Reaper factory tour.
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    Thanks! They surprisingly complement each other quite well...like ice and fire! 😊
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    So I sponsor a Sci-Fi club at the high school where I work and today was our annual club fair. We had a small attraction going where if you rolled a nat 20 you didn’t have to pay your dues. And I got to show off some Dog Might goodness.
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    This is when it makes up for the winter, and there's not a better place in the world than here. Dewpoint of 46. Aaaahhhhhhh.
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    I see you went all out. I got to play Star Realms Frontier over the weekend. My sister and I enjoyed it. Played 4 games. The first two were vs. and I loved building up my deck while trying to destroy my sister. Won a game and lost a game. Then we decided to play cooperative to take out a boss. We choose what we thought was the weakest one because he started with only 25 health per player. Turns out, he was extremely powerful and clobbered us mercilessly until we were both destroyed. So we next tried the first boss mentioned in the directions, guessing that the easiest came first. This time we fared much better. Like us, the boss slowly gains in better attacks, giving us a chance to get stronger. In the end the boss and us were hitting each other with 15 plus attacks. We won, but it was close. Lots of fun.
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    I know we have had some discussions about designing some DMG T-Shirts so I wanted to start a thread for it. We were thinking the DMG symbol on the front and a funny saying on the back. Something that conveys our personality. We kinda want to avoid the GOT WOOD? statement. @Lindsey sent me some ideas. I will post them here. Now. Dog Might World Tour- List of cons we were at this year Never Stay Calm Just be a Viking Dog Might- We will Ragnarok you Sawdust is Just Lumberjack Tears For My First Action I'd Like to Rage We want you for Valhalla Raiding since 2013
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    Would you like to see my wood products? Or Let me show you my wood products.
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    I doubt that it's that orderly.
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    A new playtest is live today and we would love some more gamers to join the team! It's a game of mazes and sabotage for 2-4 players. You can earn discounts off Dog Might gear and get your name in the Rulebook! If you're interested please email me at lindsey@dogmight.com to sign up today! I'll leave this pic here as a teaser...
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    Nice game, take a little time to understand the mechanic, and come easier after. Simulated 3 players game, final score 100-88-95. Many ways to make points, probably one better than the others. Also lot of colors lol
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    All done painting. Next step will be the spray coat protector.
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    I have a suggestion for a wood species to add to your lineup. Rowan tree (Sorbus aucuparia)! The modern name is Mountain Ash. The Asian\European variety not the North American variety. This species is very significant in Celtic, and Norse mythology and lore. NOBODY else sells any Rowan dice that I can find. I'd buy some tomorrow if I could. Here is one link talking about it's significance: https://thepresenttree.com/blogs/news/rowan-tree-meaning Here is a link to a celtic legend about a particular island that contained a Rowan Tree. The ruin's of my clan's ancestral castle is on that island! I recently went to Scotland boated out to the island and climbed up to the castle ruins. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraoch_Eilean,_Loch_Awe
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    I am just about done with the sphinx herself. A few touchups and then going on to the base. It only has one coat of ivory on it. @Zoe here she is!
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    Ok so this is my personal opinion, but having received so many wonderful wooden gaming products from Dog Might Games, I have fallen in love with chechen, a very beautiful wood. It has become my favorite wood so far that they have put up for sell and that is saying something because they have a lot of beauties in their shop. 😜 The beauty in this wood lies in that is it chatoyant which means when the light hits it, it exhibits beautiful changing luster throughout the wood. It also has a strong golden blonde and reddish brown tone, highlighted with other dark streaks. Simply put, its pretty stunning. Below are some youtube links I put up that show off chatoyancy in the wood. As well as some pictures. However chechen, will always look way better in person than in pictures due the chatoyancy it exhibits in lighting! Don't forget that when you think about which wood to pick! Pick chechen! Please feel free to add any wonderful DMG pictures of chechen that you might have! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSJV8LVkleQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-0v46fRQgo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0HgIwch1XQ