Pitched Fork All too often the Bard in the party will be trying to sing with a zombie right in their face. If the terror of undeath doesn’t put them off their melody, the smell will. The Pitched Fork by
The Earthquaker’s Gauntlets Made for fists the size of oxen, this pair of gauntlets were left on Nyione as the god Goesis fled from the Thunder War. As the rock god escaped this plane, they dropped anything that would slow
Yes, these are real and were deployed in the Algerian War (Vespa 150 TAP) so there is no reason not to use them against your players.
We all know that what a GM needs to rule his gaming table is more weaponry. Previous weapons we have covered have had probelms with size and damage potential. Now we have the perfect solution. Small enough to sit behind
What do buy for the sadomasochist D&D player? A set of d20 flails for self or mutual flagellation! The photo above comes from the Silver Dragon Studio who make a variety of leather goods and other odds-and-ends. Apparently the flail“is
Rob’s look at fantasy weapons reminded me of something in Tunnels & Trolls. There is an image in the back of my copy (5th Edition, 1980) that always summed up the how weapons should look in fantasy games. (See image
Fantasy weapons should be the core of a combat based fantasy role playing system game like D&D but is this truly the case? All characters from the mighty front rank warrior to the timid, bookish spell caster carry something to