| You can accumulate tons of cute DM stuff but it's useless if it's too much of a pain to get to,|
which is why I have a collection of kits, cases and jewelry boxes.
|This one on the top is a pretty typical sewing kit box.|
|Got it from the antique mall in New Orleans and paid a little|
too much for it because the drawers were unusually deep.
|It's packing-taped to the top of the wheely-thing. Inelegant but it works.|
|The skull is for skeletons, which I got a lot of on account of starting my campaign|
with Death Frost Doom and then Reaper sponsoring I Hit It With My Axe
|The international symbol for "goblin"|
|Jewelry box from a place here in downtown LA|
|These were made using the Instant Easy Lazy Dungeon Block method|
|Most of these are just complete sets (4-6-8-10-10-12-20) for folks|
who forgot their dice.
|GM's dice, including all the weird novelty dice, plus dungeon life bendy walls.|
Not pictured is my diy pop-o-matic bubble, which scares the dog so I only use it
when I'm running games on the road, so it's in the alligator-skin salesman's case.
|Thin clear plastic case in the middle.|
|I filled it with things I think I'd forget I have unless they were|
in a clear case.
|Two newly painted PCs. Hannah has a chameleon-woman paladin (left) which I made|
by taking a Werner Klocke-sculpted woman (his tend to have big triangular heads) and
emphasizing the shadows under her eyebrows).
|Lots of wolves and corpses, naturally.|
|Just repainted this succubus to look like Lady Crucem Capelli|
for Maze of the Blue Medusa games. Of course now that I went to all
that effort they'll probably never go back in that dungeon again.
|Anything called anything"men" goes here: snakemen, mushroom men,|
beastmen, scorpionmen, turtlemen.
|This is a book for some video game, it's in Japanese.|
|I put whatever in it.|
|These are for people who forgot their dice.|
Comes in a delivery-sushi box because the more likely
a person is to not have their own dice, the more likely
they are to roll it off the table if they don't use a box.