[ D&D ] TFYP: Session Three

This is the adventuring journal of Timoura Silverstrings, Bard and Harper, as we make our way through the sixth season of the Dungeons & Dragons Adventurers League: Tales From the Yawning Portal.  Reading beyond this point may result in spoilers if you are playing or plan to play through this adventure.

PROCEED WITH CAUTION!

After resting in Meepo’s lair, the party decided it was time to go and collect Erxidar.  However, we found the room infested with hobgoblins. We dealt with them handily, but one tried to bolt.  Awsht caught up with it and ended its days.  It fell into the pit we narrowly avoided on our way in. Two small goblin skeletons lay there, victims of their own trap, perhaps? Conkin went down into the pit to investigate, finding a few items of interest, but also another rat!  These small ones must look tasty. It didn’t last long after biting the druid. 

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[ D&D ] TFYP: Day Two

This is the adventuring journal of Timoura Silverstrings, Bard and Harper, as we make our way through the sixth season of the Dungeons & Dragons Adventurers League: Tales From the Yawning Portal.  Reading beyond this point may result in spoilers if you are playing or plan to play through this adventure.

PROCEED WITH CAUTION!

Erxidar, as it happens, was accidentally struck by the poisoned dart that Awsht triggered on the door. We realized this when the wizard fell asleep right in the middle of the room! Fortunately, we’d just emptied out a nice, cozy room to stow her in!   

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[ ART ] D&D Fan Art: Timoura Silverstrings

Here’s some new artwork!  This time of my Aasimar Lore Bard from the new season of the Dungeons & Dragons Adventurers League.  Timoura Silverstrings is a half-angel aasimar who has traveled to Oakhurst in order to finally prove herself as a Harper Faction Agent.

I tried something a little different with this piece, formatting the canvas for 8×10.  It allowed me to use finer lines in places (see around her face), but at the cost that it’s much harder on my hands.

I’d be curious to see what it looks like in print format, though, once I have a working printer. I wonder if the quality is worth the sacrifice. This is an experiment in case I try to sell D&D character art in the future, since I’d like to give clients a printed version to go along with their digital copy.
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