So Sam Ayers is the first of the new batch of bones minis that I just ordered. I went back to painting in sections for the most part instead of building up layers. I think this worked better especially for the staff where I got some of the wood grain to show up. Continue reading “Sam Ayers”
So today, I finished working on Durgam Deepmug. You can find the bones version of him here, but I had an old pewter one that had been floating around the house for years that I finally put together and painted over the week while I waited on my latest bones order to get delivered. Continue reading “Durgam Deepmug, Dwarf Hero”
This case was loosely based off the Deadlands Noir Savage Tale “The Axeman Cometh”. I re-did the intro because I wanted to tie it into one of the character’s (Ada) and I was pleasantly surprised at how enthusiastically the group dropped the case they were still working to jump on this.
We start off this session with more research. The group starts by going off to visit the scene of the murders last month to see if there is anything that catches their attention. One of the first things that Greyson realizes is that the building this happened in used to be the police headquarters about twenty years ago. Continue reading “Deadlands Noir Session 24 Notes”
Since we are using the Obsidian Portal site for the Savage Potter game that I am playing in, and since it took me far longer than I would have liked to add the first three session journals on the site after I had already added them to my blog, Continue reading “Impressions of Obsidian Portal”
So today, I just finished reading my preview copy of Cthulhu Dark. I will probably wait to write a review of it after I have read the released version sometime around the end of the year, but I did want to talk about the concept of Creeping Horror that it has and some thoughts on how I am thinking of using them in my Deadlands Noir game. Continue reading “Creeping Horror in Savage Worlds”
We started this session where we left off on the previous one. With the group looking down into a dark hole in the floor. The bottom was about fifteen feet below them. The floor was a dark color that reflected some light like it was damp. Greyson dropped one of his pistachios down the hole, and it bounced when it hit the ground but it also picked up grime from the floor making it harder to see. Continue reading “Deadlands Noir Session 23 Notes”