Mid November and suddenly chocolate projects everywhere and even as a RPG and fantasy fan you can’t avoid the chocolate. At least I came across some cool projects made of chocolate.

Håkan Mårtensson, a Swedish chocolatier made a chocolate Gollum and various other great sculptures out of chocolate, have a look at his works at his gallery.

gollum

via Nerdcore

Second is a chocolate DIY instruction, to create your own chocolate dice. D4,D6, D20 any dice you want. The effort when following the instruction, seems worth it, yummy.

via Rollenspiel-Almanach

Finally there is the white chocolate Game of Thrones - Weirwood cake! The authors of the blog “The Inn at the Crossroads”, which I already mentioned in one of my Link Advices, create and cook recipes that are based on the books of George R.R Martin.  Or as they write on their blog:

We are two big fans of George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series.  We are also fans of food.  What, then, would be more natural than to combine them into one fabulous blog?

cake

Happy chocolating!

The blog “Fantasy Paper Miniature Models” from Eddnic offers, as you may guess, great free 3D papercraft models for use in RPG’s. His portfolio ranges from Zombies, to Dragons, Mummies, Orcs and many more. The works that especially caught my attention were the “Air, Fire, Water, Earth Elementals” which seem to be very useful for Earthdawn campaigns. Have a look at his great collection of 3D and 2.5D (??) paper miniatures @ http://minipapermodels.blogspot.com/

elementals

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