Sunday, September 16, 2012
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Panta are a kind of lizard seen in the Mickleback Mountains of west Arduin. Their primary defense is to swell, similar to a porcupine. This rotates their iron like quills outward and makes them nearly double in size, presenting a formidable defense towards predators.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
The following new items were added to the Emperors Choice store:
1. Map of Chorynth - folded, 17x22 inches
2. Map of Chorynth - rolled and shipped in its own tube like the Arduin map
3. Bloodbeast miniature
4. Air Shark 2 - a larger version of the original air shark, this one does not have a rider
5. Air Shark 2 - a larger version of the original air shark, this one has an archer on its back
6. Air Shark 2 - a larger version of the original air shark, this one has the rider with sword
The Air Shark 2 is just a larger version of the original Airshark and has a more pointed snout, some saddlery additions and is a little bit stockier.
7. Air Shark - Hammerhead - no rider
8. Air Shark - Hammerhead with archer rider
9. Air Shark - Hammerhead with rider that has sword and shield
10. Giant Vampire bat with rider that has sword and shield
11. Giant Vampire bat with Melkalund city rider that is shooting a bow at its target
12. Giant Vampire bat with Melkalund city rider that has armor from head to waist, sword and shield
13. Giant Vampire bat with rider that has axe and shield
14. Mushrooms, large Mushrooms (2 pieces) for encounters from foliage to actual attack musrooms - whatever you might need them for!
15. Gworm miniature
16. painted photo of the new Throon Tolparg
I've spent quite some time working on the Techno recently. I've liked what I found but can see some areas of improvement. Especially in the manufacturing and design section. My plan is to outline some updates in a series of articles.
Nothing will change dramatically but you should see more tools and easier organization to the production of items.
Not to mention a mess of new designs!
Monday, September 3, 2012
As a firmly grounded piece of legend, its used frequently to represent the danger or the threat of danger.
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Its used often as a parable of the dangers of life, the ones we confront as we live it. In the end, we all have a final course that ends in death.