In which Keuka wears her bell as a hat, part 2 (originals here). I was sitting on the other (closer) end of the bed when she did it this time, and the lighting was better, so the pictures are actually decent quality!!
My green cheek conure does this too! Stickin it on his head and talking to himself all pleased like. adorable.
The kite d3 dances on the tabletop, its sides flashing by as it revolves. Soon it comes to rest on a long side, one short side facing skyward and declaring its value! This design started with a conversation between myself and the friend who introduced me to tabletop gaming. The rules called for a d3 and so she described to me the variants that she knew. In fact I misunderstood her description of the prismatic d3 and imagined this elegant form. This hollow frame variant lends itself to metal casting.
So we all know how weird it is around the table - how do you decide what 1d3 is? I mean, the halfling rogue uses one for her dagger, so you have to know! Is it a d6, -3 over 4? 1d6/2? 1d4, reroll 4s?
Hows about you buy one of these little beauties, designed by fellow RPG blogger noctumsolis and just watch as it spins to decide the fate of that poor, poor bastard who thought he could sneak up on your master thief.
I just found this gem on facebook and it is glorious
Marbles is Excited For Chirstmas!
Here’s his very own ornament we made from scratch.
This is the recipe:
- 2 Cups Flour
- 1 Cup Salt
- 1 Cup water
Mix together until it has the consistency of Play-doh. Then bake in the oven for 2 hours at 250 degrees.
Oh my gosh it’s adorable
What a cute idea!
I, a big wrinkle, made all of these smaller wrinkles.
I have tried countless times to scroll past this freaking caption, i give in
Inside the recently-found Chinese cave system so big it has its own weather system
A team of expert cavers and photographers had been exploring caves in the Chongquing province of China - when they were amazed to discover the entrance to a hidden cave that was previously undiscovered. When they entered the cave, they found it was so large there was even a cloud inside it. Photographer and caver Robbie Shone, from Manchester, was part of a team of 15 explorers on a month-long expedition who stumbled across the natural wonder.
Picture: Robbie Shone/ Caters