Delving deeper into the swamp, the adventurers encounterd a tribe of lizardfolk. Reaper has several great lizardmen miniatures, both in metal and plastic. I bought the Lizardmen I & II sets with three figures each for this tribe.
My players finally arrived at the Mere of the Dead Men, a cold saltwater marsh. The swamp is the site of an old kingdom which was overrun by an orc horde, and many souls still linger in this place. Naturally, we were in need of undead miniatures!
Two weeks ago during a summer BBQ, my D&D group and I toyed with the idea of using a projector for our sessions after seeing an awesome video on youtube. In our last D&D session, we made it happen and went fully digital.
So my players travelled North from Baldur’s Gate and came through the Troll Claws, a group of hills infamously known for their … trolls. During one night’s rest, the caravan was attacked by several hill trolls. Surprise!
A druid circle tasked my players with chasing off a young green dragon that settled in a ruined woodcutter’s village recenty. I had two old Medium Copper Dragons (#20) from the Blood War set, and I converted one of them into a green dragon.
On their way from Elturel to Baldur’s Gate, my players decided to meet a circle of druids in the forest. Halfway through the forest, they found the cave of a ferocious beast and encountered a D&D classic: The owlbear!