It is no secret that I — like Lord Chillycock (Ryan)1, Lord Acuto (Aaron)2, Lady Charmagaryen (Amanda)3 — enjoy getting my dork on.
A chance conversation recently with my sons led to a discussion of monsters available to people playing various games using the online RPG software Roll20 (Roll20.net). They were looking for one monster and its “token” particularly, without success: the Beholder 5e (and later, as it turned out, the Pathfinder Beholder).
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The Raven Concealment Eidolon was introduced back in 2015. It’s a purpose-built AIWB holster for concealed carry (though it serves for strong-side carry too).
The holsters have since been made in a few colors, including one batch that was completely transparent, but we’re the only ones to have it in FDE (Flat Dark Earth, or as some of us call it, mud hut).
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House Holloway, under the auspices of the great mastersmith Lord Douglas the Frequently Irascible, has sent word that limited numbers of his ATEi A9 is back in stock. Doug Holloway is, of course, the HMFIC of ATEi Guns. A curmudgeon by the time he was eight, Ser Holloway’s work rivals or surpasses that of the greatest artisans we know (and we’re including both Donal Noye and Tobho Mott in that estimation.
Continue reading “House Holloway Hammers Are Back | the ATEi A9”
This seems like the perfect video with which to remind everyone that Griffon Industries is now a part of House Morningwood’s own Gear Whore Buyers Club. Yet another absolutely badass way we reward those who respond when we call our banners.
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Got Wood? AK Wood by Rifle Dynamics includes custom wood furniture and fittings for your AK from the master of the American Kalashnikov, Jim Fuller of Rifle Dynamics.
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Continued from Episode 1.
The Merciful Man was buckling his helmet when the lights went out. Rolling blackouts still plagued the city, seemingly now worse than ever. Few had power more than one hour in ten, and only those with sufficient wealth or capacity for violence were able to maintain sufficient fuel stocks to keep backup generators running all the time.
Continue reading “No Mercy in Meereen | Episode 2”