The Spirit Messenger creates a winged creature of soft, mystic light about the size of a humming bird that will fly at normal flight speed, but doesn’t eat or sleep. Assume 50 miles/day. Upon reaching the designated person, the Spirit Messenger dives into the forehead, delivering a message telepathically. The mage has to know the person fairly well. Only 25 words or less may be conveyed.
Costs: Need Place of Power
Caster nor recipient can choose when message is delivered. A small bird of light diving into their forehead might fall under “Put ally in danger”.
A small semi-precious gem (25-50 coin) will crumble and become the dust motes that form the bird of light.
Context: We are playing Pathfinder using Dungeon World. I’m playing Ezren, one of the iconics, and is a wizard. Last night, we were betrayed by 3 NPCs Pathfinders. We are leagues away, out in the field, Ezren is hoping to contact his superior to report the trio’s treachery.
Is there a set of western/cowboy/old west rules in the powered by the apocalypse rules set that anyone might know…
Is there a set of western/cowboy/old west rules in the powered by the apocalypse rules set that anyone might know about? I would love to combine fantasy and western classes, mix and match. But not Deadlands- which has a very specific tone.
This a quick video of the private commission I’m working on.
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This a quick video of the private commission I’m working on. A GM’s screen in 4 parts. I’m almost done, waiting for some oil to dry in a couple of spots so I can do some more glazing (l want the green crystals to glow).
I went a little fast with the pan, but it should give a general idea of what is going on. And the bonus of y’all getting to see my shoes!
The medium is oil, underpainting was done in gouache. I made a serious mistake with the gouache… when I went to spray fix it so I could brush on clear gesso, it was really windy outside. I should say that I have done this 100s of times. So, the spray went everywhere in large droplets, reactivated the goauche and then dried, so the underpainting was all splotchy. Which is okay, its the underpainting, but I really had to re-establish a lot of my darks. In some places, it was actually a blessing, because I got some cool texture… and I left it alone, didn’t go over it with oil.
Publishers & gamers, do you need a couple of femme fatales?
Publishers & gamers, do you need a couple of femme fatales? How about a two fisted pulp heroes? Or a magic wielding chimpanzee? My latest clip art collection from LPJ design is here! The 40th portfolio to be exact!!!! Definitely aimed at a Golden Age comic book vibe, these character illustrations might just be what a pulp game needs.
As always, you can peruse the art before purchasing. And where else can you get quality art from yours truly for just a few smackeroos. Don’t forget that I have plenty of portfolios, check them all out, fantasy and superhero art in spades!