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Fanart: Arlen PUNCH!

Posted by Karen Hey everyone! Have you ever been so mad you’ve PUNCHED A ROCK DEMON IN THE FACE?? This awesome piece of fanart was sent in by the talented Mike Shackle. I especially love the movement and all the individually drawn wards. Knock him out, Arlen! Check out Mike’s Instagram for more badassery. You […]

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Fanart: Warded Belt

Posted by Karen Hey everyone! Tadeusz created a cool warded belt. There are all different kinds of wards and they’re all legitimately awesome. Check it out: This is incredible! Maybe it would work well as a traveling warded circle as well… You can get your copy of The Warded Man here!

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Fan Art: RenFest Leesha Cosplay

Posted by Karen Hey everyone! Check out this fantastic Renaissance Faire¬†Leesha cosplay by¬†Aleena Hinojosa: A moment of respite between chores. Taking care of a whole village is hard work, but Leesha is always up to the task. Every Herb Gatherer needs an apron for vital supplies. Or a tasty snack like popcorn. I especially love […]

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Fanart: Demon Skull!

Posted by Karen Hey everyone! Angela from Poland sent in an awesome drawing back in 2014 of Arlen’s wooden hideout in Angiers: It’s absolutely gorgeous and I absolutely adore the hatching/cross hatching. Because I’m a sucker for cross hatching. Even though we already did a post about it, I think it deserves a second look. […]

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Fanart: Amazing Arlen Drawing!

Posted by Karen Hey everyone! We recently got a new piece of fanart from Justin Gerardin! This one shows Arlen taking off his hood in the ultimate reveal of tattooed awesomeness. Check it out: All the kudos to this artist because this is just gorgeous. I love the shading on the facing and how the […]

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