Among the many benefits of backing us on Patreon is access to the loot we hand out to our supporters. We’ve given a lot of swag and plunder away since we first called the banners. Unfortunately, we’re not terribly bright so we didn’t record it all or post it online.
That’ll change now. As we go forward we’ll update this page with new contests and giveaways (or the big ones, anyway). We’ll also announce on Instagram (@house.morningwood), so be sure to keep an eye on that frequency too.
Some of you will know PHLster for their YouTube channel, Philly EDC. Others among you may be familiar with their superb EDC thingamawhatsits like the Flex and Flatpack TQ Carrier. Hopefully, all of you are familiar with their outstanding line of holsters. If not, take a moment to get acquainted. You’ll be glad you did.
I was wiping vomit off my face when Serjeant Hunt clambered up from his hatch, wide-eyed, and blinking. The bloody snot smeared across his face was his. The gore splashed across his helmet, and the side of his truck, was not.
Tyr Tactical is a Phoenix, AZ-based company founded by former Marine Jason Beck. They manufacture excellent tactical gear and are a supporter of the “Tactical Buyers Club” (which of course we refer to as the “Morningwood Bazaar.”
Those who back us on Patreon receive discounts on Tyr load bearing gear, body armor configurations, and other equipment.
It is with great rejoicing we announce that Kinetic Development Group has declared for House Morningwood! That is correct – KDG, or as we must now call them, House Kinetic, will henceforth be participating in the Morningwood Bazaar! (Or, as some lay folk who lack imagination call it, the “Tactical Buyers Club.)
Now and then, you find yourself in need of letting everyone within several city blocks know of your whereabouts. Maybe you’re a stranded hiker outside of Machu Picchu and just got your gear lifted by Peruvian bandits. Now you need to signal for help. Or, maybe you just really like a flamboyant entrance to Mom’s annual 4th of July cookout. Either way, Enola Gaye USA (@enolagayeusa) has stepped up to the plate to help make it a little easier.
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).