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Muckulus has arrived in Canada! Enjoy the photos folks, this book is beautiful ... in a disturbingly awesome and mucktastic way. :-)

I must also mention that all the printed materials are top shelf quality. I work in paper so I know good stuff when I feel it and see it up close. If you weren't part of the kickstarter, but want to order the book, you won't be disappointed with the production quality.

Thank you +MonkeyBlood Design (Glynn Seal)​ for delivering a great book.

Now please excuse me, I'm off to gorge on more green gloomium goodness!
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Further to a post by +Eric Fabiaschi yesterday, and an awesome bit of vintage White Dwarf artwork, it got me in an old school lather!

This guy will feature in the next release content for The Midderlands setting.
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Maybe a stretch, but these new minis struck me as the sort that Midderlands GMs (who use minis) might consider. The coach and cart are like fixtures in my WFRP and gritty fantasy games. Just needs a Wart Gobbo driver!
I gotta say, WotC is fucking killing it with their new line of D&D miniatures (preprimed). The newest releases have a great Umber Hulk, among other things. I saw the new Adventurers Campsite set and OMG will you look at that freaking wagon?

Whatever edition you favor, if you’ve been getting into minis at your table, you might want to give these an eye. There’s a lot of utility minis in the line - barrels, cart, oxen, adventure site trimmings.
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A skull unearthed in the Middergloom
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Inspired by the lovely landscape pictures shared below by +Golem IV, I thought I would find a way to easily 'green up' pictures for use in your game sessions. There is much better image filtering options in Photoshop and the like, but I'm not sure how easily people have access and can use those.

1) Find an online jpeg image. I use https://images.google.com/.
2) Search for what you need - eg; English Cottage
3) Using Google Images, you can use the Tools option to get higher resolution images if you need. If I select larger than 1024 x 768. Something like this one:
https://si.wsj.net/public/resources/images/BN-RB049_01hodb_IM_20161202122735.jpg
5) Save it to your desktop.
4) Then go here: https://www.imgonline.com.ua/eng/color-filter.php
5) Select the green!! 100% the intensity.
GO!!!

Also Microsoft Office Picture Manager can do similar with use of the Picture > Color... tool.

image via of: https://si.wsj.net.
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It's late. We've been trekking for hours, and the light is growing dim. Let's camp in this charming ruined cottage for the night.
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