i was asked to participate in @blackmagiczine AHH !! so honored!!! here’s a crop of my submission on the bottom, and doodles of the characters at the top. they’re supposed to be a monster girl rock band (centaur, dragon, mermaid)! check out black magic zine’s tumblr for more info on the zine!!!
i imagine centaur girl is the leader of the group, dragon girl is really shy and sweet, and mermaid girl is kinda wild and crazy.. and she also can breathe air i guess shhh
Lance: Oh man you guys should’ve seen the sea monster we fought!!! Hunk: Oh! My lion got a good picture of it! Look!
Lance: Oh yeah that is pretty good!! Keith, pulling out this picture:
Keith: What did you uh…. what did you guys do with that sea monster? Lance: Oh, Hunk totally crushed it!! With a big rock!! Haha that monster didn’t even see the rock coming! Hunk: Haha yeah it was pretty great Keith: yOU Ki lLed N ESS iE
New Scaremester Mouscedes King. She seems the kind to be super casual dress, but really everything is tailored to fit exactly. She’s just all abt being comfortable. Plus she shares this space with monsters of all kinds, the last thing she’d want is to make anyone feel lowly abt their look. Or seem pretentious.
Context: first session of Gamma 5 on Roll20. Party introduces ourselves to each other and we are brought into a slave pen. We are told that we must fight in an arena until only one remains. It was me, Mak the hawk man, coal the coal mining robot, a sewer monster, a rock man and a plant person. We had to fight a massive mutant boar and three scavengers. The boar was killed within one round, and I took a shot at one of the scavs
Me: I shoot my gauss rifle at the scav who is attacking the sewer monster
Gm: ok, roll for hit
Me: ok, 1d20+5; I rolled 12
Gm: ok, you lightly graze his leg, roll for damage
Me: ok, 2d10+6, 19
Gm: ok, so with the ball bearing you fired from your gauss rifle, you turned the scavenger into a paste against the arena wall
Half a million people jammed an airfield to see the Monsters of Rock concert featuring AC/DC, Pantera and Metallica at the Soviet Union’s biggest Western rock concert, touted as a gift to Russian youth for their resistance to last month’s coup. September 28, 1991