Saturday, February 2, 2019

Of frog demons and space stations

A couple of recent purchases arrived in the mail this week, and I thought I would share them with you:
First in my mailbox was What Ho, Frog Demons!, an adventure for old-school D&D by my buddy Chris from the Hill Cantons (read more about this product on the blog). I don't think our tabletop group did much more than march past the pre-publication version of this dungeon, and the book itself has a lot more packed than even the campaign players saw, with some great art. My favorite is Preved!, the War Bear who likes to shout his own name.
I also received this Mace-class space station for the Terran fleet from Monday Knight Productions. This will make a nice objective for the next time I play a game of Starfleet Wars or Galactic Knights, and I'm looking forward to painting it up.

Anyone else get anything cool lately?


Chris Kutalik said...

Y'all were the first into the Frog Demon Temple--I basically had to improv all of its contents for the session. But I mainly remember y'all (wisely) running from the frog demons that animated off the mural.

Desert Scribe said...

Thanks! I had forgotten that. You should run this adventure (or part of it) at ChupacabraCon in May.

Tom said...

"Anyone else get anything cool lately?"

Planes. I have become hooked on Wings of Glory and just got a stash of WWI fighters for it.

Maj. Guiscard said...

Great score on the Space Station. I really enjoy that that there are stil blisters out there with items from old treasured games.

Gonsalvo said...

That Mace space station is a nice item; I have one in my collection from 30 years ago!