The crew gets ever closer to the final threat in the Sunless Citadel. Tune in to see how they fair against hobgoblins and the Goblin King!
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Join us as we continue our trek through the Sunless Citadel, the first adventure in Tales from the Yawning Portal.
We are back at it! Once again our adventurers are working their way through the Sunless Citadel, the first adventure in Tales from the Yawning Portal.
We recorded a video! Check out our first attempt at recording our Dungeons and Dragons sessions as we play through the Sunless Citadel, the first adventure in Tales from the Yawning Portal.
Painting miniatures is one of my favorite things to do. I became hooked years when a friend who played Warhammer introduced me to painting. I eventually moved beyond painting to actually playing, but that’s a different story. Getting started in miniature painting can be difficult. So, with that said, here are some of the things
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