Homicide in the Hamlet

Khaine watched as his fellow watchman bashed down the door to the small log cabin in the hamlet of Selûnesglenn, a few miles North of Daggerford. Struggling to get a better view past the large frames of Corporal Krieger and Lieutenant Murivial into the room, he caught a glimpse of a tiefling’s horned head, coveredContinue reading “Homicide in the Hamlet”

Tarla Weaston

Tarla watched from the bushes as two raiders dismounted a wagon of fresh loot to investigate the fray as the camp erupted into a huge brawl between factions. The driver stayed behind to keep watch over the horses but couldn’t help but watch, transfixed to the melee. Tarla took advantage of his distraction as sheContinue reading “Tarla Weaston”

Blender and Future Plans

      I’ve been attempting to learn Blender for over a year now, having paid for a course on Udemy. This was back when Blender was still in 2.6 I think. I’ve since started it thrice but until this past holiday I didn’t stick with it. I was finding Blender a little too opaque and farContinue reading “Blender and Future Plans”

Lenore’s Plight

The young woman hurriedly walked up the stairs leading to the headmaster’s office, the warm sunlight shimmering through her auburn hair from the tall paned windows in the stairwell, glinting off her white masquerade mask under the delicate lace veil covering the entirety of her face. She reaches the top floor and takes the fewContinue reading “Lenore’s Plight”

Who am I?

Hello. I’m Rav. This is my… journal? Blog? I’m not sure yet. I’ve been an avid tabletop RPG player for decades now, having picked up a copy of AD&D 2nd Edition back in the early ’90s from a friend. I’ve been hooked ever since. Dale, if you ever read this, thank you. I owe youContinue reading “Who am I?”

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