Baked by Norwegian cake designer Carolina Eriksson this xenomorph uses especially hard homemade gingerbread.
Some geeks collect candy and sweets. Ex-Marvel editor Jason Liebig, who worked on the X-Men series, is sometimes described as "the Indiana Jones of lost and forgotten candy"
My gut feeling is that our society in general and our hobby in particular is in danger of chasing its own tail on this one. Our sensitivities can become too “meta”, in the sense that we can end up censoring ourselves from discussing historical and cultural phenomena and closing down debate in the interests of not challenging anyone’s preconceptions or comfort zones, and I think when that happens we’re actually falling prey to tactics of factions who are against precisely that diversity, liberty, and cultural sensitivity we’d like to champion.
Krato's beard smells of pine and dead troll.
It's not often you see 13,000 dice stacked up against the wall but you can here.
We first took a peek at Dynamic Dungeons in the first half of last year and checked out some of their living and moving maps for D&D and other RPGs. They have got a few new videos worthy of your time.…
The idea is very much that you put the dragon plaque on the wall of your gaming den and so it comes with everything you need to hang the piece.
Russian photographer Akunohako has a calendar of photographs up on Etsy which is striking.
Have you ever completed an adventure so dangerous, so vast and mighty that your character had their name immortalised in the annals of history?
This incredible cosplay is from the self-described “cyberpunk addicted” Octokuro. The model maintains an Instagram at octokuro.model which is a tamer version of her adult and not safe for work main site at Octokuro.com.…