Cornfield Meet

Things collide here.

So, I’m testing the WordPress “reblog” feature. Also, Kato is an incredibly creative and fun DM, as evidenced by this post.

One Inch Square

Pillars are a common feature in many dungeons and ruins, and magical pillars can provide an interesting terrain feature for encounters.  I’ll show you how with a few supplies from your local craft store you can make great looking glowing pillars to enhance your next game.


To make four glowing blue pillars, you will need the following, all of which can be found at Michael’s craft stores:

Components

  1. Fillable Pillar Set
    These are the core of the project.  The columns themselves are almost exactly 1″ by 1″, which is perfect for D&D, though the top and base are larger (around 2″).  Fortunately, they can be removed.  The pillars come in 4″ and 6″ tall (I chose the 4″ for my purposes).
  2. Ashland Blue Submersible LED Lights 4 pack
    To make the pillar glow, we need a light source, and these bright blue LEDs do the job nicely.  Of course, if you…

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January 31, 2012 - Posted by | Games, geek, Weblogs | , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Thanks, John! Compliments like that make me almost want to hand out more treasure. Almost.

    Comment by Kato Katonian | January 31, 2012 | Reply

  2. Why is this not a GeekDad post?

    Comment by walpurgis23 | January 31, 2012 | Reply


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