Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Vermutila, Rat Queen of the Plague

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons:  Vermutila, Rat Queen of the Plague

Welcome to the next installment of the Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons series. Previous entries were tributes to Toho Studios kaiju, but this week I’m dropping an original creation: Vermutila, the Rat Queen of the Plague. Vermutila, Rat Queen of the Plague Colossal beast (kaiju), neutral evil “It’s as if someone afraid of rats offended the gods and they decided to punish us all for it.” – Brother Tino’s Chronicle of Greater Kaiju The gigantic rat Vermutila stands out among the kaiju of Yamatai because of both her diminuitive stature…

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Metallor, The Iron Mountain

Kaiju for Dungeons and Dragons: Metallor, The Iron Mountain

The Dungeons & Dragons kaiju train keeps rolling! What’s a kaiju story without some mechanical monsters? This week’s project is Metallor, a horrific fusion of magic, machine, and bone. Like Hurriking and Mantisma, Metallor takes inspiration from a Toho Studios kaiju, this time it’s Mechagodzilla (specifically Kiryu) with a hint of Gurren Lagann thrown in. Enjoy! Metallor, The Iron Mountain Colossal construct (kaiju), lawful good “The Empire attempted to create their own Hurriking. When will man learn?” – Brother Tino’s Chronicle of Greater Kaiju When kaiju began to appear in…

Seriously, Take a Break

Seriously, Take a Break

It’s difficult to stay committed to a task or undertaking. Endless distractions exist to steal your focus. Plateaus can bring progress to a screeching halt. Lack of response can be extremely discouraging. Fitting the time in to work on the task is difficult in our busy lives. Even the most dedicated and earnest effort can lead to burnout and questioning whether or not to continue. How do we continue, how can we keep going when we hit that wall? The solution: Take a break. At least, temporarily. The Bridge to…