The really awesome lego display:
A happy customer:
|Who do you recognize?|
|Captain America, Thanos, Havok|
|Warrior, Dungeon Master, Death, Dragon eating Fighter|
|Cthulhu, Sonic. Mario, Finn|
|Close-up of dragon to show size and detail|
Since I’m on the topic of role-playing I think I’ll add some comments about why the genre appeals to me so much even after all these years. Role-playing games allow a player to experience a story as a participant. It’s akin to reading a great novel or watching a great movie, but you are part of the action, making the decisions of your protagonist. And you don’t have to play a character that anything like you are in real life. After all, I’ve never been a Half-Elf, much less a Druid, and I had a blast playing as one. Finally, being the game referee is as much fun as playing. The players are playing within your story, and you are playing the roles of everyone who appears other than the characters. Role-playing games are the more sophisticated continuation of the adventures children act out together as soon as they are able to communicate. What could be more fun? I role-play online now, so if you’re interested in a game, contact me and maybe we can get something going!