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Carl Nash
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Attended University of Oregon
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The Rise and Fall of Hakken Aksa-Dak
I died on Monday in my friend Carter's Labyrinth Lord campaign .  Not the usual haul-the-body-out-and-get-raised kind either.  I got the wrong end of the old school Teleport  spell and materialized some undisclosed number of feet straight down into solid ro...
I died on Monday in my friend Carter's Labyrinth Lord campaign.  Not the usual haul-the-body-out-and-get-raised kind either.  I got the wrong end of the old school Teleport spell and materialized some undisclosed number of fe...
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The End is Near
I am thinking about starting up a new Mutant Future game in the near future. My D&D 4e campaign has been on hiatus since the birth of my son Leo last November and I have been growing less and less inclined to start it back up again. Today some Jehovah's W...
I am thinking about starting up a new Mutant Future game in the near future. My D&D 4e campaign has been on hiatus since the birth of my son Leo last November and I have been growing less and less inclined to start it back up...
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Mutant flying scorpions from the fiery pit. Cool.

Me and the missus have been enjoying watching a lot of stuff like: The 100, Maze Runner, Divergent, Hunger Games, etc. This has led us to believe that in the grim grey gritty dark post apoc future the majority of the survivors will be teenagers of above average  attractiveness.
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Temple of the Dragocroc - Isometric Graphing
All hail Dragocroc!  I hadn't been exposed to isometric graph paper until I saw some Dyson Logos posts that inspired me to check it out.  I found a website with printable isometric graph paper and printed some out.  This started out without any real purpose...
All hail Dragocroc!  I hadn't been exposed to isometric graph paper until I saw some Dyson Logos posts that inspired me to check it out.  I found a website with printable isometric graph paper and printed some out.  This star...
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15 Robot Features - Alphabetical
15 Robot Features - Alphabetical Advanced Alien Alloy: An extremely rare material was used to fabricate the outer layers of the robot.  +2 to Constitution, +2 Bonus to AC, ½ damage from cold or heat. Level 2: Firmware upgrade takes advantage of the alloy’s ...
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Gorilla Art
I recently finished a fun piece of commissioned art, depicting an Experimental Ape from Michael Curtis ' upcoming Stonehell 2.  I drew the Ogre Face Arch (the image on the Stonehell tee-shirts ) and Coal the Black Bear in the original Stonehell Dungeon , an...
I recently finished a fun piece of commissioned art, depicting an Experimental Ape from Michael Curtis' upcoming Stonehell 2.  I drew the Ogre Face Arch (the image on the Stonehell tee-shirts) and Coal the Black Bear in the o...
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5e Dungeon Master's Guide and 5e mini review
I picked up my pre-ordered DM's Guide at my local game shop the day before Thanksgiving. First a mini review of 5e, then some random bullet points from the DM's Guide that stood out to me. Color me thoroughly impressed with D&D 5e now that I have the three ...
I picked up my pre-ordered DM's Guide at my local game shop the day before Thanksgiving. First a mini review of 5e, then some random bullet points from the DM's Guide that stood out to me. Color me thoroughly impressed with D...
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Thanks for the review! I'm hoping to pick up a copy before my Wednesday 5e session. The DMG, in my opinion, is what will make or break 5e. I'm not totally convinced that WotC gets how important DMs are to the game. Giving new DMs the support they need while still inspiring experienced DMs is a tall order.

From your review it sounds like they're mostly headed in the right direction.

The printing quality issues are disappointing. My PHB and MM were fine, with only a few areas of color gain or loss that I'd attribute to the printing process. But hearing about the blemishes some folks have had, I think WotC needs to find another printer for future materials. Unacceptable in a $50 book.
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Mark of the Beast
Revelation 13:16-17 King James Version (KJV) 16  And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: 17  And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the n...
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200 Word Sorcerer
I submitted an entry to David Schirduan's 200 Word RPG Challenge .  I already revised my submission once and David posted the revision, and since then I have revised it a couple more times - I am not going to keep resubmitting my revisions, at this point I ...
I submitted an entry to David Schirduan's 200 Word RPG Challenge.  I already revised my submission once and David posted the revision, and since then I have revised it a couple more times - I am not going to keep resubmitting...
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Beautiful Carl and Emma, you are wonderful parents.
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Figs and Faeries
Some hastily jotted and assuredly unfinished business that has been languishing in my Google Drive, pasted her for your pleasure . I only completed the random d8 potion charts for two species of fig trees. I did not detail any of the faerie courts which i...
Some hastily jotted and assuredly unfinished business that has been languishing in my Google Drive, pasted her for your pleasure. I only completed the random d8 potion charts for two species of fig trees. I did not detail any...
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The Saint's Shrine - Map
Another old map. This is one of two maps that I made back in May of 2009 for the now defunct megadungeon.net project that James M. had going on.  I don't think this one ever was keyed, or if it was the key never was put on the website before it was taken do...
Another old map. This is one of two maps that I made back in May of 2009 for the now defunct megadungeon.net project that James M. had going on.  I don't think this one ever was keyed, or if it was the key never was put on th...
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Dungeon in a Cave
I was just poking around in the D&D folder on my computer and found a map I had completely forgotten about.  I created this five years ago for no particular reason besides messing around with mapping in Photoshop. It doesn't look like I finished putting doo...
I was just poking around in the D&D folder on my computer and found a map I had completely forgotten about.  I created this five years ago for no particular reason besides messing around with mapping in Photoshop. It doesn't ...
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I've just emailed you with an update on this. Note sure which you use most, this or email.
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Education
  • University of Oregon
    Cultural Anthropology, 2006 - 2008
    Bachelor's Degree in Cultural Anthropology, 4.1 GPA
  • Tulane University
    Philosophy, 1998 - 2000
  • Lane Community College
    AAOT, 2003 - 2007
    Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree, 4.11 GPA
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A Gnash in a Gworld - check out carlnash.com for more
Introduction
Musician, disc golfer, pen and paper RPGer, RPG blogger, web designer, artist, graphic designer
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I can fly.
Work
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Project Manager / Dungeon Master
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Mad skills
Employment
  • Heakin Research
    Project Manager, 2013 - present
  • Kiva Grocery Store
    General Manager, 2001 - 2011
  • QuickTest Research
    Facility Manager, 2011 - 2013
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Haines, Alaska - New Orleans, Louisiana - Eugene, Oregon - Springfield, Oregon