Thursday update. We've got a few more cultists (dwarf cultists!), a skeleton, and a dark demon.
Next update should mark the completion of the graveyard set. I'll take a short hiatus afterwards to finish a personal project, and then start a new set after that. There's 3 options: Prehistoria, Steampunk, or Japanese as themes. I'd be interested to hear what people would like to see. Enjoy.
I'd definitely be interested in seeing some Japanese-themed resources. I know that your resources are intended as side view, but enough of them are usable as front view to keep me checking here for more awesome resources to use
Thursday update with the fruits of my personal project. Yet more DnD campaign characters!
Addis is a hill dwarf and bard. She's from a noble house on the decline, and ran from home to avoid inheriting the estate and all its problems. She's bubbly yet bossy, and is finding her title and prestige mean little outside her own home. Frustrated by N'decks' obliviousness and Zek's lack of common sense, but has a good rapport with Miles and Patches.
N'decks is a "human" cleric of the forge. Competent in battle and by all appearances human, she nonetheless does not grasp even the most basic of concepts, suggesting she is from another plane of existence. Otherwise rather laid-back, yet willing to help all the same if it means learning something new. Treats most of the party with ambivalence at best, but usually follows Addis around since she's the only one to attempt to explain anything to her.
Zekicot, or "Zek" for short, is a gabbra (rock humanoid) physician (homebrew class). He was a doctor's assistant for some years, and his own life's goal is to publish his own medical journals, and learn all he can about organic creatures. Bright but lacking in conventional wisdom, his curiosity can get him into trouble often. Sees the rest of the party as patients to experiment on.
Miles is a tiefling barbarian. Born to a noble house, he was shipped off to war as soon as he was of age. He spent some years in the military, bringing honour and prestige to his rather ungrateful family. Now he works as a mercenary, and there are rumours spreading fast that he died honourably in combat. It seems his family is trying to erase him by any means necessary. Friends with Addis, but increasingly frustrated by the antics of Yenpher and Zek.
"Patches" (real name: Patch of Bad Luck) is a tabaxi warlock and monster slayer. Aloof and wry, he sees himself as inherently better than the rest of the goofball party. That doesn't stop him from watching with bemusement and taking bets on who survives in ridiculous encounters. Would rather not be hampered by N'decks and finds Miles too uptight to be relied upon.
Yenpher, a halfling rogue. Claims to be evil, but seems more content with goofing off. He's definitely sneaky, and aims to steal as much as he can, but low inhibitions means he can be coerced into almost anything with little effort. Doesn't care for the bossy Addis or the stodgy Miles, but gets along well enough with Patches.
Next week we'll have some steampunk set started in on. Thanks for all your comments, it was close for Japanese! But steampunk won out because it got its "votes" faster.