Quick Back Story: Group finds the treasure room! Made allot of treasure boxes and the such from molds and jazzed them—used walls from dungeon stone and a tile from a forgotten realms set…
Recent pickup from DungeonStone.com, nice and fairly durable. This was a basement under a house the group investigated–the Bard has this thing for staying clean—yeah it was funny—blood trail! Notice the silly string that dried in one room, blood and guts—all in all made for a nice necromancers hideout.
Okay I bought some molds from http://www.hirstarts.com and I jazzed some up with glitter glue and small rhinestone gems from a hobby store…..looks pretty decent…
This stuff is really cheap–under a buck with free shipping—-will use it in an upcoming game….
The group chases the goblins into the tower. The door slams shut and the amazon fighter steps forward and kicks the door in. A goblin throws a bucket of guts on the amazon. At this point I stand up and spray the player with red silly string I had been hiding behind my dungeon screen……OH it was great!
And welcome to DNDPROPS.com. I am a long time gamer/DM. I am also a very visual person and have found over the years that visual aids really help an average gaming session become a great gaming session. Now we usually game once a month, and I’m by no means rich. So preparation time is limited. I will use this page to link to other ideas and share the ones I have for gaming. All that being said-please feel free to comment and share your gaming prop ideas. And again welcome!