Berlin: The Wicked City for Call of Cthulhu
#DragonPosting time! Again! Finding lots of classic dragon RPG art as of late
MORE DRAGONS FOR @WizardOfDocs
@Canageek that’s from Squadron Books’ “Down in the Dungeon”! http://grognardia.blogspot.com/2010/10/down-in-dungeon.html
According to The Dragon #31 this dragon, painted by Steve Brown, won the Dragontooth Dragon Painting Contest sponsored by Tom Loback Artworks at Gencon XII.
Wow, miniature painting has really advanced as an art form.
@Canageek Those people just keep getting photobombed by curious dragons!
… I think some careless adventurers must be feeding them!
Ah yes, the best dragon's ever drawn, the Dragonlance dragons.
@chr thought you might enjoy seeing this one.
Also VERY important adventures. Kind of like Nirvana: They aren't actually very good, but they revitalized D&D and let people know it could be more then just a small-scale wargame.
It is one of the minor tragedies of the world that we will never know where Wormy was going or see it finished: https://vintagerpg.tumblr.com/post/190834815531/repost-from-june-16-2017-revised-i-didnt-own
#DragonPosting time! Two dragons for the price of one!
Not sure why, but the upright one makes me think of @chr
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