Mesh: Butterfly 78, converted to TS2 by JulieJ
Colors: Okay, so here’s the deal: at first the color in the picture looks kind of like Safety Fuse. It isn’t. It is a homebrew I whipped up on a whim because I decided I wanted to try and replicate my real-life natural hair color and it was sort of a success. The name of the color is ‘koshka’ and it is included in the upload, but it’s easy as pie to remove if you don’t want it. The other colors are pooklet’s naturals + hat’s smoke bomb as family 2’s elder stage + a custom time bomb as usual.
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Q:Oh oh oh oh where did you find that 4th Doctor scarf?!!
Bottom Peaseblossom Summerdream
Fey Autodidact, Neutral Good
Bottom is the latest in a long line of Summerdream/Gossamer roleplayers, so when Puck mentioned off-handedly that he was playing D&D with some friends, Bottom slipped in as conspicuously as possible and has enjoyed herself ever since. She prefers live-action to tabletop, but the latter is more convenient at this point. When she’s not delving in dungeons, she is DM for a game of Savage Worlds, participating in another D&D game, proudly not going to school (kindergarten drop-outs for the win), and participating in community theatre.
Gnome Monk, Lawful Good
When one thinks of monks, one thinks of quiet, thoughtful individuals who lock themselves up in their rooms and think about things and pray a lot and only use their martial arts skills when absolutely necessary. Which is exactly why Cari got kicked out of her monastery. It involved custard, a holy relic, a not-so-chaste cleric, and a priceless tapestry and if you ask her she will tell you the entire story complete with sound effects. And if you ask really nicely, she’ll do the voices as well.
Tybalt Ferdinand Capp
Human Student, Chaotic Good
Tybalt lost a bet to Puck Summerdream. That is why he is here. He is not under any circumstances the kind of person who spends his days pretending to be someone else. Puck’s terms were just that he had to try it, not stay and actually play, but that is hardly the point. When not experiencing extreme denial, Tybalt overcompensates at family reunions, kicks Monty ass, and lords over the obviously inferior students in his Economics 101 class.
Human Wizard, Lawful Neutral
Lord Balthasar Capulet is a seventh son of a seventh son. That does not make him a wizard, he was already that, it just makes him the youngest. And, being the youngest, he inherited absolutely nothing upon the death of his parents but a meager 200 gold pieces and a lifetime of being hopelessly spoiled. He has lowered himself to the level of an adventurer in hopes of getting to Waterdeep, where he has noble friends that will, out of the pure goodness of their hearts, lend him the money to get back on his feet. Until then, however, he is stuck in this hellish party.
I have two more D&D players to post pictures of and eventually a hair (because I didn’t have the right hair for B’s monk and I’m a perfectionist) and it occurs to me that I’m running out of classes. So far I’ve just been doing 3.5 edition because it’s what I’m most familiar with, but I’m thinking I will research base classes from other editions. If all else fails, prestige classes are where it’s at! Also, I have Christmas presents to buy/make and a twelve-hour road trip to prep for, so after I post those pics there will be a slight hiatus, probably until a few days before Christmas.