Using Pinterest

I’ve been enjoying Pinterest as a campaign tool, setting aside pictures for campaign inspiration and/or blog posts. In spirit of the medium, I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.


Pierre de Luxembourg, comte de Saint-Pol, chevalier de la Toison d'Or (Gaignières 1830) -- Aquarelle, Fonds Gaignières [BNF Réserve Pd-7-Fol.] -- «Le co(n)te de St Pol»:

Monster Manuals


Loyal to the Lich-Queen

1st Edition Fiend Folio Artwork by Kevin Mayle:

Cartography & Dragons

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I want to play that one.

ArtStation - Opal Prince, Alessandro Poli:

Knife Fights in Space

Prophet #43 Cover:

Riddle of Blood



King Arthur:



Fictional Landscapes

Waterfall Church by Frederic St-Arnaud:

Solar System

The Moons of the Solar System:

Zeppelin City

Full Article at  Aerial Landing Field 1934:

Illithid Empire

A mind flayer prepares his next meal while casually tossing aside the victim’s helmet.  (Roger Raupp illustration from the article “The ecology of the mind flayer”, written by Roger Moore, Dragon #73, October 1983, TSR.) “Where do the Illithids, whom men call the mind flayers, come from?” asked the mage in a trembling voice. I believe this article is the first appearance of the name “Illithid” in print.:

Dwarven Mining Company

dwarf wizard:

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