Gelatinous Cube

Gelatinous Cube

Originally shared by Jim Jones

Gelatinous Cube

I’ve been sick, so this is my fifth #Inktober drawing of a #DungeonWorld monster, or gear, or magical item. Just twenty six to go.

This is a quick take on the gelatinous cube. I have always loved this monster. It’s like a slime mold that only comes into being as, a byproduct cold wet dark places that have magic energies emminating from the magical artifacts and the spells being cast within. I included one in the encounter table that I made to run for my son’s birthday with Ray Otus​ ‘ Kazarak issue of #Plundergrounds. Having never heard of anything like it, it blew their minds.


If you like my #Inktober2017 #DungeonWorld drawings or you just want to do a good deed for a great cause, please consider making a donation to my #ExtraLife campaign at

This will be my sixth year playing table top games for 24 hours in order to raise money for Riley Hospital for Children. Riley saved my daughter’s life with a cranial reconstruction operation when she was just over a year old.

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