A once prosperous empire has fallen into a time of chaos and eternal darkness. There are still those who pray that one day the sun will rise again.
The map for my DnD prequel campaign set centuries before, during 'The Age of Endless Night' with dark apocalypse themes! ⚔️
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Drew Nexus again but this time without his gloves. 😍😍
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Some parts from our Ivoria session that made me laugh or seemed silly!
1. Our party met with our ‘employer’ Nicolin (Wizard NPC I think) and listened to him sigh heavily as we explained how we were at the centre of the two latest incidents that are now taking up his time (Knocking out the head archaeologist of a dig so we can break into the underground city just to use a giant metal dragon to escape half a day later and then killing the demon/devil prince who was in charge of a town and doing a... Good job? But also was kinda holding us hostage so we couldn’t leave until he died) #TheGuiltyBoysareInnocent
2. Riding Moorbounders called Snaggletooth, Chickenlegs, Beef and Greg and somehow surviving
3. Zaharius (Yuanti wizard) using a broom to fly and all I could picture was Bewtiched
4. Shammus (Werewolf NPC) explaining that it’s better he’s tied up naked so that he doesn’t tear his clothes and Nexus (Teifling Monk/Cleric) explaining that he’s done this before much to confusion of Isvara (Aasimar Warlock) and Méduse (Human Sorcerer) who definitely did not understand and wonder why Nexus goes around tying people up naked
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i had this in my drafts for a very long time but i can finally post it, my dm gave isvara a dream that spooked me :(
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Accidentally deleted this TikTok shortly after posting it rippppp 😭😭😭
But here’s a bit about Nexus, enjoy!
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Just ordered my new business cards ahead of con season AAAAA
Featuring my grave cleric/monk, Nexus. (Who I love to absolute bits).
Super excited for these 🥰🥰😍😍😍
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I just, have a lot of feelings about today’s dnd session, y’know?
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I saw your Yuan-ti Zaharius and he's so pretty!!! Can you tell me more about him?
OH thank you SO MUCH!!!! Zaharius is actually one of the player characters in the campaign I DM for called Ivoria! He belongs to @ophelia-mardun who is also our DM for the campaign I play Eddie in!! He’s so pretty, I really enjoyed drawing him. A lot of things about Zaharius are a secret so I can’t share too much, but he’s the personal assistant to Lady Aksha, who is the princess of a place called Viperia. Zaharius loves snakes, hates birds and has very little emotion on the outside but lots of emotion on the inside.
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A land once plagued by an age of Endless Night, The Ivorian Empire is now united under the sovereignty of High King Elezar, a descendant of the mighty hero Ivoria, who united the people and vanquished the shadows with the help of his 7 powerful knights. Now political tensions are rising and war is brewing between the once peaceful states, however there seems to be another greater threat just on the horizon and history appears to be repeating itself once more.
I’m finally able to share the map I made for my DnD campaign! The party’s current mission is to escort a Viperian princess to her royal wedding in Miros, but of course things are not going entirely to plan.
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A land once plagued by an age of endless night, a thousand years ago the mighty hero Ivoria united the people and vanquished the shadows with the help of his 7 powerful and loyal knights.
Sometimes you just have to draw a medieval tapestry based on the backstory lore of your homebrew DnD campaign. The players are currently in the Ivorian Empire, a thousand years after the Age of Endless Night. The history of these knights plays a big part in the current state of the empire and it’s very hard to keep all the secrets to myself, especially because I love all the knights very much.
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This was a fun little project I did for our DND group for (just after) Christmas! It was nice to document the progress as I don’t finish pieces like this often but it definitely inspired me to practice using water colours more
So we have
- Méduse (Human Sorcerer) as a Christmas Elf
- Isvara (Aasimar Warlock) as a Snowman
- Nexus (Tiefling Cleric/Monk) as a Reindeer
- Zaharius (Yuan-ti Wizard) as Santa Claus
- Wilfert (Human Cleric) as Mrs Claus
These roles hint to the dynamics in the party too ;)
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For Halloween yesterday I drew my two DND characters but swapped their outfits! Amados is an aasimar so he likes wearing backless singlets to give his wings space, Méduse on the other hand is VERY self-conscious of his body so he dislikes how uncovered Amados’s outfit is. They’re pretty much opposite personalities too >,> anyways Happy Halloween!
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When thinking of the two campaigns I play in they have themes associated with them that were never spoken of but come into light the longer we play.
In Lunaris we are a group of people who are learning to overcome the hurt that was done to us by others and how to be our own person. Each character is on their own path of recovery and gaining personal strength.
In Ivoria we are a group of people who have always been alone, either by choice or not, and we are learning the value of opening up to others and gaining friendships. Each character is learning how to engage with others and enjoy a sense of community.
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I just had the worst moment of stepping out of the shower and being hit by the realisation that I willingly volunteered my wild magic sorcerer for a magic competition in which there is a real chance that he could turn into a POT PLANT or FIREBALL HIMSELF mid fight
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Rest of the party: INSIGHT!!! INSIGHT CHECK!!!! REVEAL YOUR LIES!!!
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We had another session of Ivoria yesterday and learnt a lot of cool things! Except that in learning those things I put 2 and 2 together and while my character has NO FREAKING IDEA what it means I do and I’m just kinda 8′))) oh god my poor baby, you have no clue what’s coming
Clockkeeper Nicolin Eirdore - I finally got around to drawing a major NPC from my homebrew campaign! Nicolin is the assistant to King Elezar’s personal advisor and a skilled time wizard.
The Clockkeepers official role is to manage matters of magic and politics between the different states of the Ivorian Empire, their secret role is to further arcane research into Ethiruim Crystals and their time manipulating properties.
The party known as the Guilty Boys are on a quest to recover the ancient reliecs of the Heroes of Ivoria at Nicolin’s request. He’s helped the party on a number of occasions, but rightfully so the party are still wary of him and the intentions of the clockkeepers, espeically after wittnessing his talent for torturing information out of people when they decided to scry on him.
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I’ve been busy planning the next session for the DnD Campaign I run called Ivoria and I think the best way to describe The Guilty Boys is with an example from the last few sessions.
When an NPC they had been working with for a while betrayed them and got them captured by a Rakshasa in return for his own freedom, none of the party were very surprised by this. They are all expecting this to happen since they are all assholes and probably would have done the same thing.
However, when later in that same session, a group of NPCS they befriended came to their rescue mid-battle THE PARTY COULD NOT BELIEVE IT!! THEY were so surprised!! THAT PEOPLE actually liked them enough to help them!
Instead of a found family of people who would die for eachother, its so wonderful and interesting to run a campaign for a group of very suspicous, closed off individuals who are slowly learning to trust eachother and others.
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Is Eddie and the winter prince doing okay? We've been getting a lot of Tybalt updates but not Eddie.
AWW thank you for your concern ahaha!! Eddie and the Winter Prince are doing just fine. The reason why there have been more Tybalt updates than Eddie at the moment is because the DM and one of our players for Lunaris (The Eddie + Winter Prince campaign) have online university commitments and with the added stress of quarantine and having to convert our in person dnd sessions to online, we’ve decided to have a little break from that campaign for now. Also my own campaign (Ivoria) has also been put on hold for the time being.
We have a different group for players with slight overlap for the Tybalt campaign and since the DM and most people in that group don’t have university, we’ve been able to play online a couple of times, hence the numerous Tybalt drawings and updates ahaha.
I’m very keen to get back into playing Eddie and running my own campaign again when we get the chance!! I’ll definitely keep everyone updated on that!
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