Painting Minis – Seoni, Iconic Sorceress / Monk

A couple of my players do not have minis to use for our D&D campaign, so I wanted to find ones that would work for their characters and paint them up, then surprise them with a mini.  One of those players happens to be playing a monk.  And let me tell you, finding a female…

Prep Tools – Liquid Green Stuff, Pin Vise

If you’re following my posts, you’ve noticed I’m not only painting lots of minis, but I’m gearing up to run my first D&D campaign.  This meant picking up some single minis to supplement my stash and fill out what I need for the campaign.  A few of these minis turned out to be metal, and…

Tabletop Review – Robo Rally

What do you do on a lazy friday night?  How about get together with friends and play some board games!  Wet met up at a local brewery taproom, and our friend brought a game he said we had to try out called Robo Rally.  (My apologies in advance for the lack of photos… beer was…

Painting Minis – D&D The Legend of Drizzt #1 – Goblin Cutters

More painted minis!  This time, I chose minis from one of my newly-acquired D&D adventure board games, The Legend of Drizzt.  I know, I know…  I haven’t finished Wrath of Ashardalon, yet.  But, I went with goblins for a couple reasons.  Reason #1:  They’re goblins!  Nearly every D&D adventure includes goblins somewhere.  Reason #2:  Playing…

Resources to Expand the Lost Mine of Phandelver

I’m just kicking off my very first D&D game being a DM.  I have to say, I’m really excited and a little nervous.  I want to make sure everyone really enjoys the adventure!  So, I decided to do a little digging around and see if there are any ways to spruce up the story a…

Game Night Games – Salt Lake City

Over the weekend, we took a quick jaunt over to Salt Lake City, UT to relax and do a little sight-seeing.  While we were there, the bug bit us to see if there were any good game stores (FLGS) in the area.  Lo and behold, we ran across Game Night Games.  (Click the pics to…

More D&D Board Games Have Arrived!!

I’m super-excited today!  The last of the D&D adventure board games have arrived at our doorstep.  We already owned Wrath of Ashardalon, as you may have noticed from the numerous miniature painting posts here on my blog.  And we’d also gotten the Temple of Elemental Evil.  Now, we are the proud owners of The Legend…