The Miniature Spelljammer Part 2


Two weeks back I posted about the miniature Spelljammer ship I was building for my Dungeons and Dragons campaign. If you want to check out the initial foam-core build, which shows the process from the keel up, you can find it here.

In today’s post we’ll cover the added features; the grates, portholes, paints, and the EULA my players have to sign. Continue reading “The Miniature Spelljammer Part 2”


Game Miniatures – An Addict’s Warning (Redux)

In tabletop gaming miniatures are tiny representations of the player’s character, NPC’s, and monsters. They’re cast in plastic or pewter, and are available at most hobby and game shops. They come in a variety of sizes from ultra-tiny 2mm, to 54mm, or larger for boss monsters, and can be purchased painted or unpainted. If you’ve ever joined a game with miniatures and table maps, you’re already aware of how much they add to the game.

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