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If you missed it yesterday, be sure to check out USA Today’s scoop on the re-issue of A. Smith’s Labyrinth novelisation.

Dungeons and Dreamboats VII: Come for the Art, Stay for the Arguments - Page 2

Western Male Vampire Hunter - No fandom or anything, I just want to see more vamps in the old west.

Concept Art From Some Of E3's Biggest Games

Concept Art From Some Of E3's Biggest Games

Game Characters by Magdalena Pagowska

Game Characters by Magdalena Pagowska

Magdalena Pagowska, aka len-yan, is a self-taught digital artist from Warsaw, Poland who currently works in Seoul, Korea. Magdalena has created a series of amazing game characters in fantasy style.

Idea, guanteletes del Consolador femenino

Writer, dreamer and resident cyberpunk. The brain that collates this visualgasm also assembles words into post-cyberpunk dystopia: my writing Check out my Ko-fi page!

Splash Zone - Artwork, doodles n WIPs - Page 16

Hey people, now that we just began I though I'd start a section for all my artwork and doodles.

A bugbear is depicted as a massive humanoid distantly related to goblins and hobgoblins. Named for the bugbear of legend, the bugbears of Dungeons & Dragons are goblinoid creatures, larger and stronger than hobgoblins.  Gary Gygax adapted the bugbear, and introduced the creature to the game in the 1975 Greyhawk supplement; the creature has since appeared in every subsequent edition of the game, including the game's first edition, second edition, third edition, and fourth edition.

A bugbear is depicted as a massive humanoid distantly related to goblins and…

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