I’ve always wanted to get into DnD, So I made an Aarakocra Warlock for funsies!
After making a misguided pact with a God, Gordeau can access the underworld and make contracts with various demons. Instead of casting his spells like a normal wizard, he can summon the demons he’s befriended to cast them for him, or even assist with other tasks. Despite the devious appearance, Gordeau is actually quite friendly, with a carefree attitude and a constant source of positivity, even in the most dire of situations! He doesn’t share much about his past unless its necessary, But to those who can proudly call him a close comrade, they’ll learn what exactly he trying to hide behind that smile of his…
I sculpted Chuck. (You’ll have to excuse the horrible cell phone quality photos, he played hooky on school picture day so this is the best we’re going to get.) I guess this is technically a test run, because I’d like to try to sculpt him again in that nasty, pinkish, ultra-soft super sculpey goo at some point?
we also need to talk about what magnus’ spellbook implies which is that he’s singlehandedly created hundreds if not thousands of spells and that these are spells unique to him. meaning he’s the only one who can both cast and undo them, except for what he may have chosen to share to a select few. and that these are likely the spells warding the Institute, but not only that, the Clave is probably relying on many other spells he’s created.
basically what i’m saying is magnus bane has the greatest insurance policy ever because if he goes, all of his spells go with him.
A lot of people have been aking to see more taz swap Brian. So here you go. Regarding the comic, I feel like Brian would not be as tough as Lucretia. He would not be as good at hiding feelings of guilt and loss. He needs to get it out once in a while.
(The monologe is the first picture was submited by anon!)
“We need someone more morally absolute than we are. Poirot says, ‘There is right; there is wrong; there’s nothing in between.’ He needs to be faced with this problem: Can murder be justice?” - Kenneth Branagh