Always fighting & lively…that’s the proud lineage of fire. But there’s a chilly elf boy who can freeze her in her tracks.
Cold as ice, looking down on everyone…that’s the way of a winter elf. But there’s a human girl who can make him smile.
Jordan prefers not to identify with a gender at all. Instead, isn’t a well-placed arrow to the corrupt hierarchy better to identify with?
A self-made pacifist, and yet, he carries a big stick. A big, BIG stick.
I hope you have all learned that all types have their own strengths and weaknesses. … BUT GHOST TYPE IS STILL THE BEST!
A candy angel with fake wings elegantly parries your blows. “I see…if you wanted to dance, you could have simply asked!”
She’s technically an Archbishop, but she worships a god of anarchy and rebellion. Thus, she must wear the craziest, strappiest clothes possible.
When I go to a convention looking for comics, I’ve come to expect a cost of $20 or more for a single volume. That’s when I came up with Dolla Comics – short, sweet, episodic, and great for con attendees looking to pick up many affordable artworks rather than the crazy expensive ones.
From an upcoming comic project in Lovecraftian horror style, with extra effort to make all the characters look soft and squishy and good to eat. You know, if you’re an elder thing.
Once upon a time, while game mastering for Pathfinder TTRPG, I decided I was sick and tired of three things. First, none of my players could remember the names their comrades had lovingly crafted for their characters. Second, similarly, they couldn’t remember what the other characters looked like. And third, most aggravating, no one could keep track of the initiative order in combat. Heaven forbid someone delay their turn and mess it all up again, even if it’s tactically reasonable.
So, I made these magnets. Each one has custom character art and the character’s name. They’re easily re-positionable on any magnetic surface (we use a white board so we can write reminders on it about conditions and the like). The round “pointer” magnet is a great way to keep track of whose turn it is.
And what’s more – my players started calling each other by character name during the game. Play is more immersive and in-character than it ever has been.
These magnets are available with custom names and artwork, with generic names such as “Tank,” “Healer,” “Duskblade,” “Tiefling,” or the like, or with a blank name area so you can write your own custom name on the magnet as needed. I’m currently testing ways to make them dry erasable!
I have magnets of multiple genres as well, including:
- High/Low Fantasy
- Super Kawaii Anime Weeaboo Mode
- …and more!
Custom character artwork initiative order magnets for tabletop games like D&D, Pathfinder, and World of Darkness. <a href=”/2017/12/29/all-about-tabletop-gaming-magnets/”>Click here to find out how these magnets can streamline combat and buff immersion.</a>
I always love finding small detail bits for costumes at conventions, or even just small pieces that say “I identify with this.”
But let’s be real. Ruby isn’t angry enough to be a phantom thief. Yang, on the other hand…
The voice acting is just as bad in Japanese as it is in English. Is such a thing even possible? …Yes.
A friend’s Pathfinder character. Though a lover of beauty, she was also a lover of power, and agreed eagerly when the God of War made her a tantalizing and terrifying offer.
A Pathfinder character, tiefling paladin of Bahamut. Tried really, really hard to be good. Succeeded sometimes.
I thought Ann was going to be annoying and shallow, but she was the kindest of all. Ah, wait…that isn’t what this piece says, is it…?
Personally, I like Cinder’s season 1 design best. She was terrifying. And I like that.
If you’re here in Atlanta, come see us! We could give you a booth number, but there’s a much easier way to find us. The big Star Wars: 501st Legion booth is just across from us!
Come say hi and pick up a commission or a print! And don’t forget that we’re the only booth in the hall with customizable Persona 5 calling cards!