Aeon Magus

John Rezas and his role-playing musings.
"Conan the Barbarian" by Barry Windsor-Smith

"Conan the Barbarian" by Barry Windsor-Smith

Barbarian warrior by Pascal Blanché.

Barbarian warrior by Pascal Blanché.

Apparitions are described as being undead creatures that lack the ability to interact with the physical world. Instead, they attack by suggestion, fooling victims into believing that they are being strangled, even though the Apparition itself is unable to directly inflict physical damage.

Apparitions are described as being undead creatures that lack the ability to interact with the physical world. Instead, they attack by suggestion, fooling victims into believing that they are being strangled, even though the Apparition itself is unable to directly inflict physical damage.

mana-junkie:

coffee by zarathus

Let sleeping dragons lie. Unless you have coffee. Dragons love coffee.

The awesome Xena: Warrior Princess (Lucy Lawless)!

The awesome Xena: Warrior Princess (Lucy Lawless)!

"The Lonely Huntress" by Vladimir Rikowski

"The Lonely Huntress" by Vladimir Rikowski

meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

Flaming Pole-Axe !!!

I want that!

(via mana-junkie)

"Valkyrie" by Nicolas Bournay.

"Valkyrie" by Nicolas Bournay.

"Darkwolf" by Frank Frazetta from the animated motion picture FIRE AND ICE (1983) by Ralph Bakshi. Frazetta worked on the film with Bakshi, and they based the animation heavily on Frazetta’s art style. Frazetta really understood how to depict barbarians, and I love to use his artwork as an inspiration for my own barbarians.

"Darkwolf" by Frank Frazetta from the animated motion picture FIRE AND ICE (1983) by Ralph Bakshi. Frazetta worked on the film with Bakshi, and they based the animation heavily on Frazetta’s art style. Frazetta really understood how to depict barbarians, and I love to use his artwork as an inspiration for my own barbarians.

"Conan the Barbarian" by Sal Buscema

"Conan the Barbarian" by Sal Buscema