RAGNARÖKTOPUS

(THE PERSONAL ARTBLOG OF MATT STEWART)

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Alchagar, Voidsoul Genasi Assassin and arch nemesis of Team KBLaM. Not a happy customer. So far the party has encountered him once that they were aware of, and several times that they weren’t, ‘cuz hiding in the shadows is pretty much his M.O. Team KBLaM is suffering from the usual 4E power creep now that they’re level 13, so I figure the most dangerous and infuriating nemesis is the one that desperately doesn’t want to fight and prefers to hire other, more expendable people to poison drinks or burn down houses or otherwise break things a few healing surges can’t fix. Also he’s filthy rich in a world where money is nearly meaningless, what’s up with that I wonder

Alchagar, Voidsoul Genasi Assassin and arch nemesis of Team KBLaM. Not a happy customer. So far the party has encountered him once that they were aware of, and several times that they weren’t, ‘cuz hiding in the shadows is pretty much his M.O. Team KBLaM is suffering from the usual 4E power creep now that they’re level 13, so I figure the most dangerous and infuriating nemesis is the one that desperately doesn’t want to fight and prefers to hire other, more expendable people to poison drinks or burn down houses or otherwise break things a few healing surges can’t fix. Also he’s filthy rich in a world where money is nearly meaningless, what’s up with that I wonder

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Sometimes called “gubbins”, baby goblins differ from adult goblins in that they will still eat you but it’ll take longer cuz tiny teefs

Filed under Goblinweek 2014

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Goblin Week is happen! Little grotty bastards everywhere crawl from their mouldy crannies to partake in the festivities, drinking fermented piss and eating your unwanted extremities!

Goblins, as we all know, come in as many subspecies as you can imagine. This one’s a wood goblin, with its characteristic wispy tail and extra-long opposable toes for grabbing roots and squirrels. All goblins are omnivores, but these ones are much more into tubers and moss than most.

Maybe I’ll draw more goblins this week! It’s hard not to love anything so unselfconsciously nasty and grubby.

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A couple sketchies of NPCs in the tiny beleaguered settlement on the edges of the wilderness, cut off from civilization for years. Some have taken it better than others.

The PCs brought the bandaged Warforged back to life using magical wraps that they found in a tomb full of giant mummies. He means well, but he takes things VERY literally. They’ve left him in the homestead with instructions to build a huge fence around it to keep out the mutant marauders that ravage them weekly. They didn’t really let him know when enough is enough, though. Hope the citizens are okay with THE BIGGEST FENCE EVER

The gnome at the bottom is pretty much the worst person. Don’t talk to him.

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