I made this before (Continuous) was a keyword. It should probably say something like: Continuous: When this die is played, search your bag for a Doctor die and place it onto this card. You may send this die to the used pile to move all Doctor dice and Sidekicks from this card to the Used Pile, Prep Area, or field them at level 1 (all must go to the same location). */** Also search your back for a sidekick die and place it on this card.
This is cool.
Looking amazing! :) Congrats again to @BenSaidScott
WOW!! This is awesome!!! I want it lol :D :D
This is amazing!!!! where was this from? :D :D
She should because she's a man
She sounds hideous!
kobolds turn one, constantine turn 2
What do you go for first? Constantine or the Kobold?
Ha! That was the very first comment from the original Facebook group post. If my memory serves me right, the original artist defended his work by saying that there was only so much space within the image and some management of content was required. This creates the opportunity (for someone more artistic then myself) to design some excellent Yu-Gi-Oh! posters.
Where's Yu-Gi-Oh? #stopthehate
This was originally published to a Dice Masters Facebook group for public use. If the original author finds this please post a message and take proper credit.
Hi AJV785! I did it the hard way and learned as I went. :-) Since the tray and dimensions will be specific to whatever box you're using I'll give some general principals you can apply that will help you have success if you decide to make your own. For the basics, start with the article and linked videos that inspired me - [url]http://www.diceanon.com/diy-dice-box-better/[/url]. This will give you an overall idea of how to plan the project. The big difference between that style and this tray are the slanted dice holders. When I say I did it the hard way, I wasn't kidding! I picked up a few 1/2 square pieces of wood, cut them to length, then, using a "V" shaped guide I built, painstakingly cut each square in half (to form 2 triangles). Then sand, stain and glue each individual triangle piece individually. Way too much work and I wouldn't do it that way again. But alas, I won't have to! In talking with a friends grandpa, who is wiser and more experienced than I, he suggested a much better and easier way to accomplish the same goal. Measure and mark all your cuts, then use a table saw set at 45 degrees to cut one side of each row, flip the board and cut the other side. You can make the entire base of the tray out of one piece of board. I haven't tried it yet but it sounds so much easier than the way I did it.
Remember, it's not mine. For proper credit follow the link under the photo.
pk...this is AWESOME! Nice work!
Wow! How did you make this!
The classic D&D yellow makes this mat.
For some reason, I absolutely love this playmat.
Looks pretty amazing my friend! I particularly like the level that houses the four teams.
This Lego DC themed play mat has the prep area on the left side. When combined with the previous Lego Marvel play mat you can easily set up for a doubles match.
This looks incredible. Hands down.