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WONDER WOMAN – LYDNA CARTER

Posted: February 26, 2017 by Fieldmechanik in Reblogged, Wonder Woman
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THE NINE ALIGNMENTS

Posted: February 24, 2017 by Fieldmechanik in Reblogged

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Alignments have always been a headache for me in D&D. However, this method seems to be effective for determining alignment in playing characters. The information from this article exists already, so I am not introducing anything new. The information is in the SRD for D&D 3.5 but I’m just adding some of my thoughts. And since the words associated with each alignment are easily understood, it sometimes helps the players define their characters easily. Alignments have their place in D&D … so let’s find a way to make them useful to advance role-playing.

Remember that in Original 1977 D&D, the first five alignments are the standard alignments for player characters. The three evil alignments along with True Neutral are intended for monsters and villains.

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The nine distinct alignments define all the possible combinations of the lawful–chaotic axis with the good–evil axis. Each alignment description below depicts a typical character of…

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SHADOWRUNNER

Posted: January 10, 2017 by Fieldmechanik in Awesome Artwork, Reblogged

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TIP OF THE HAT

Posted: January 9, 2017 by Fieldmechanik in Reblogged, Steampunk

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A year ago, I posted about the first amazing Steampunk/Star Wars mash-up, Trial of the Mask. Now, sit back and enjoy the sequel!

via Steampunk Fett Makes His Second Appearance in ‘Mask of Vengeance’ — For Whom the Gear Turns

Long John Silver studies

Posted: December 24, 2016 by Fieldmechanik in Reblogged

Pirates, Freebooters, and Privateers … oh my!

Monster in the City

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Victorian-era Hand Jewellery —

Posted: December 23, 2016 by Fieldmechanik in Reblogged

In the Victorian era, jewellery was worn not just for ornamentation, it was often worn because it meant something to both the wearer and/or the people who saw her wearing the piece. Hands were a popular symbol. They could be clasped in love or friendship, or clasping items with their own symbology. The ring […]

via Hand-in-hand; Victorian-era Hand Jewellery — Cogpunk Steamscribe

Cosplay Steampunk — Steampunk Patronen

Posted: December 21, 2016 by Fieldmechanik in Reblogged

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Cosplay steampunk patroon van Lori Ann Costume Designs voor Simplicity. Het patroon bestaat uit een jas, bloes, ceintuur, rok, onderrok en bustle. Ook te maken in piratenlook. Maten 32-34-36-38-40 en 40-42-44-46-48. Aanbevolen stoffen Btoadcloth, brokaat, katoenen stoffen, crêpe, zwarte satijn, dupioni, shantoeng, linnen stoffen, satijn, microsuede, fluweel, wollen stoffen; AB onderrok: ook organza; AB bustle: […]

via Cosplay Steampunk — Steampunk Patronen

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Victorian Flying Machines.

Posted: December 17, 2016 by Fieldmechanik in Reblogged

Victorian flying machines and steampunk culture

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Another visit to some of my work from my second year of university. This illustration was inspired by Victorian flying machines and steampunk culture.

Source: Victorian Flying Machines.

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A Discarded Pistol — Len Berry

Posted: December 14, 2016 by Fieldmechanik in Reblogged

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Steampunk is a subgenre I fell into. I started writing in it because I saw an opportunity and decided to challenge myself. I ended up with two published short stories because of it. I was invited to submit a third.

via A Discarded Pistol — Len Berry

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