D&D General Your last adventure in photos.

darjr

I crit!
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el-remmen

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Finishing up U2 - Danger at Dunwater with my Revenants of Saltmarsh remote group. . . here are a couple of shots of them going against Thousand Teeth the god-touched legendary crocodile.

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The above is where we started off the session, mid-combat with Yaakov the Paladin in the maw of the great croc, while the rest of the party fights off the orthodox lizardfolk priest and his followers. This a birds-eye view, not quite the camera angle we use for the players, which is also from above, but more from the side.

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Later, after escaping the croc's mouth, Yaakov ended up back in the maw and being taken away to deeper water to be drowned before devoured. Moishe Pipik the gnome ranger leapt atop the croc in an attempt to save his companion.
 


Nebulous

Legend
I think I like running games online more than in person after two years of Roll20. I never run out of maps or tokens, and it's a breeze to import new ones.
 










Hot dog, man! That is a nicely designed environment. I'm more a "theater of the mind" guy myself, but you totally get a tip of my nonexistent hat here.
I can't take credit, as I was not DM. But it was fun, as it started with a dinosaur stampede, and then the T-Rex.

PS - My rope trick spell would have been a thing of beauty were it not for us having to "protect the caravan" with us. ;)
 




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