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Plasticine ogres with carnadine flags

Jerry Stratton, September 16, 2005

Plasticine Ogres with Carnadine Flags

Plasticine ogres with carnadine flags. The figure doesn’t really represent an ogre, but orc doesn’t have enough syllables.

I just received several photos from our last Gods & Monsters session. We don’t generally take photos as most of us (except for the picture-taker--but thank you for the photos!) are quite privacy-oriented. As you can see from the photo of the adventure guide.

But since this blog contains very little blogging, I thought I’d put three selections from the latest photo shoot on-line.

Disco Dancing Skeleton

Yes, that skeleton really does look like it is disco dancing. I’m sure there’s a reasonable explanation.

We only recently started using miniatures again. As you can see from the photograph of the adventure guide, the table isn’t nearly large enough to accommodate a hex mat. Between the snacks, the drinks, and the plasticine, there is barely enough room for an 8.5x11 sheet.

We started using miniatures again after a misunderstanding between an undead ogre, a berserking warrior, and a scholarly thief almost ended in the untimely death of the warrior, much to the utter embarrassment of the thief (sure).

Do not photo adventure guide

Do not taunt happy fun Guide. If you look closely, old-timers, you’ll be able to tell what adventure these characters are experiencing.

The sleeping sorceror in the cave merited considerably less discussion.

Plasticine was also put to several nefarious uses during this session, which resulted in several images inappropriate for public posting. Sorry.

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