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  1. If you google “magnetic paint” there are a few different primers available by Rustoleum and other companies. I haven’t tried any of them, so can’t speak to their efficacy.
  2. (OOC : I’m sure Padauk will find a way to catch up with the rest of the group if he wound up sleeping off a bit of a hangover. )
  3. The sleepy town began to rouse and farmers and shopkeepers bustled about their business. Well, stumbled about in a groggy haze to be more precise, as they paid the day’s price for last night’s Threshing Eve festivities. Homer Noodleman stopped outside Gnarly’s fence and hollered for his friend. “Did you hear what happened to Bill last night? Dumbass tried to pick a fight with Applebee’s mule after you and your fancy new pals beat feet. He leapt right off the porch of the Sapphire Stag to hit the poor thing with a flying kick. Turns out Applebee’s mule is a right bit better of a kicker than Bill. He missed the whole damn mule, flying off the porch like that, but I tell you what, she had better aim than he did. As he was getting back to his feet she broke his arm with one swift kick then went right back to her feedbag. I told Applebee I owed her a basket of carrots for the favor of shutting Bill up for the rest of the night,” Homer chuckled. “Gnarly, are you sure you want to go off with this lot? That was a pretty wild tale last night. A man’s business should be to his land, no sense in running off sleeping on rocks when you’ve got a bed and farm to mind. You know I’ll look after it for ya, but just think about it before you run off, ok?” Homer tipped his floppy hat towards Gnarly, “I know you’re stubborn once your mind is made up, so I’ll leave it at that. I’ll be seeing ya, friend.” Homer continued his slow walk back towards town.
  4. (OOC I was waiting for the rest of the party to join up on Gnarly’s offer. Folks can decide wheeze they slept. Let’s move along) Dawn brings with it a crisp breeze that, along with the Sun’s first cheerful rays, quickly burns off a light fog. Autumn has begun to make its presence known, with a chill that spreads its tendrils at dawn and dusk, but which retreats by third morning bell until after sundown. Gnarly’s barn is a stout, squat affair, designed for weathering storms and storing pumpkins. Oh the pumpkins! Mounds and mounds of them, with hardly room for a visitor to squeak past to reach the ladder leading to the hay loft. The loft itself is a dry, musty place, smelling slightly of desiccated flowers, with just a faint hint of plum. Once years ago, Mrs Applebee, back when she was just Jenny Telson, had snuck up there with Ulrick Applebee’s boy, the smith’s ‘Prentice, and that’s part of why she’s Mrs Applebee now isn’t it? Gnarly’s farm lays on the outskirts of town, a few miles east of the square and the docks along the Rhill. The Sapphire Stag sits on the north end of the square, along the road. It’s braziers unlit, it’s door locked and the taproom remains closed. It glowers in the dispersing fog like a drunk just slowly waking long enough to tend to the morning necessaries, before slumping back to sleep. At the docks a team slowly loads odds and ends into a punt barge, while another riverboat pulls into view coming downriver. The smithy’s forge is already alight at the early hour, as the barge captain required a few new iron-shod punts, and he was willing to pay extra for the quick turnaround. The rest of the town slowly groans into life. Except Crazy Ma Pickins, she was always awake, sitting on her rocker as usual, lording over an empty market square in the early morning, chattering to no one in particular, which was just as well, as there is no one else there.
  5. Less than $3 / mini, but Shipping will be charged after the campaign.
  6. The portly innkeep wrung his hands in his apron and cleared his throat hesitantly, “Bill, I uh, reckon it’s about time for you to get back home, from the looks of it you’ve had a bit too much. Let’s not get things all tangled so as we have to fetch the constable now.” He eyed Nisha and Mossbloom cautiously, “As for you two, erm, misses. It would probably be best if you were on your way tonight.” He swallowed hard, “Yes, probably best. Can’t say as there’s another inn in town, I’m afraid, but still, no need for things to get out of hand. Mayhaps if you’re lucky you could find a punt barge heading Up Rhill.” The crowd’s murmur began to die down into hushed mutterings and whispers.
  7. I posted this in the miniatures thread as well, but check out these pooches!
  8. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/russrmc/animal-adventures-tales-of-dungeons-and-doggies This one looks like it is custom made to entice DMG fans! It seems pretty unique, so I’m in.
  9. As the volunteers step forward, the prospective adventurers begin to attract additional attention from the rest of the inn patrons. ”Are those, are those...horns?!” asks Bill Sunderland incredulously, pointing at Nisha. A startled murmur begins to bubble and fill the room as townsfolk talk amongst themselves in a rising clip. A plump woman gasps and rushes to the opposite side of the serving hall with her infant. Chairs scrape against the hardwood floor as some patrons crane their necks for a better view, while others try to hustle away from the tiefling.
  10. Bone box and hero sleeves From left to right: bocote, ziricote, wenge, Bolivian rosewood, Chechen. The Chechen hero sleeve is the winner - it is my first piece of Chechen and just look at this beauty! The cell phone camera doesn’t capture the chatoyance.
  11. (OOC: Good question, @RomyCat. Yes I will take the role of the DM, and will set the scenes up for you guys - I have some NPCs that you may run into as you go along your way . I do have a story arc and a few set pieces I’ve built out, and have some rough ideas for some additional encounters depending on where you guys decide to take things. That said, I’m undecided if the format better supports pure narrative or if we will incorporate some dice rolling, as DMG did during their Puzz campaign. What are your preferences as far as format as you all depart the tavern and head off into the unknown? I welcome feedback on that and on any other aspects of things thus far.)
  12. I think he can, I think he can, I think he can!
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