Yes, I said inflatable Beholder costume. It’s official D&D merch, too, as the “undervalued brand” explores ways to make money.
Fun.com’s officially licensed D&D monster jumper is 55% acrylic and 45% cotton, and the Beholder is a knit.
The Kickstarter Behold My Brain! fell foul of this. It was subject to a copyright claim by Wizards of the Coast and then pulled by the creator as a result.
The BeeHolder is a commissioned sculpt and it’s as impressive at the other designs on Dragon Workshop’s Facebook page.
There’s a Friday the 13th coming.
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An Eye Tyrant is a fierce magical monster. Any given Eye Tyrant is hugely intelligent, intolerant of any other Eye Tyrant and a master of magic. Eye Tyrants are so powerful that strange magical effects are sometimes detected in the countryside around their lairs. Brave adventurers are sometimes tempted to raid these lairs and search […]
Plenty of tabletop gamers use Google+. There’s the Roleplaying Games community and others as well as site pages like +Geek Native too. One of my favourite features of Google+ is Auto Awesome. Recent reviews of graphic novels or art books make use of Auto Awesome’s ability to turn photographs into videos. You can see an […]
Which monster reminds you most of Dungeons & Dragons or roleplaying as a whole? Is it the mighty red dragon that often stars on front covers? The sneaky kobold? Here are six possible suggestions complete with t-shirt design. Beholder T-shirt design by Miss Monster [details] Gelatinous Cube T-shirt design by Jamie Parks [details] Owlbear Another […]
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