[CLOSED] Sponsored Giveaway: D&D Monster Tokens w/Easy Status Tracking

Rob Kalajian giveaway, news 6 Comments

EDIT: The winner is Edward Ramer!

Time for a new quarterly giveaway from our sponsor, Board Geeks Gaming!

This quarter’s giveaway is for a Heroic set of Board Geeks Gaming’s D&D Monster Tokens w/Easy Status Tracking, a $74 value.

"...Monster Tokens are something that everyone has their own approach to designing...The Monster Tokens set comes with 20 tokens, 10 upsizing bases, and 30 status markers to allow DMs to be merciful or ambitious in their choice of combat challenges. The set includes ten 1" x 1" tokens, six 2" x 2" tokens and four 3" x 3" tokens. Also included in this set are ten upsizing bases that can provide you with extra large monsters, or a means to signify which creature is the Elite or Solo for that encounter (or make your players think this is the case at least)." - Board Geeks Gaming

To enter this giveaway, all you need to do is comment below with a story of your favorite RPG failure. Defeat an epic foe only to die tripping over its corpse? Botch negotiations in a shop and end up on the wrong end of a dagger? Share it and you could be the owner of a nice new set of tokens!

You can also Like, Comment, and Share THIS Facebook post for more entries!

Earn another entry by Liking this Instagram post and Tagging two friends!

You can enter this giveaway up until the end of September. A winner will be picked November 1st.

This giveaway is only available to those in the continental US. No purchase necessary.

Liked it? Take a second to support us on Patreon!

Comments 6

  1. So our new party of young first-levelers encounter some refugees! “Up there is where we were staying,” the refugee with the beard says, pointing at a collapsing, overgrown and abandoned keep over yonder. “Until the monsters came and chased us out. Can you get rid of them?”

    Okay, they say. Sneak, sneak, sneak to the keep.

    You hear some noises from the other side of the wall, I say. It sounds like a monster.

    A brilliant plan is hatched! “We’ll throw a lit torch and a flask of oil over the wall,” they say. “That way when it breaks, it’ll catch everything on fire!”

    Okay, I say. Torch first, then oil? Or oil first, then torch?

    “Both at the same time!”

    Okay, you roll Dex check for the torch. And you roll Dex check for the oil.

    They roll.

    Oil goes up… and lands in the middle of our young first-levelers.

    Torch goes up… and lands in the middle of our oil-soaked first levelers.

    So our new party of young first-levelers encounter some refugees! “Up there is where we were staying,” the refugee with the beard says, pointing at a collapsing, overgrown and abandoned keep over yonder. “Until the monsters came and chased us out. We sent some adventurers up there but then it looks like a fire broke out and they never came back. Can you check on them?”

  2. We spent months exploring and learning and leveling up, and then weeks looking for a magical harp string (don’t ask). We helped lots of folks, we had lots of fun, we ate great food, we drank “unique” drinks, we fought and defeated a wild array of monsters. But….one fell swoop and one discordant melody later… we single-handedly (well 12-handedly) destroyed the Feywild. It’s all creepy black thorns; can we ever recover????

  3. I had a player (Half-Orc Barbarian) try to intimidate a band of goblins by roaring at them except he rolled a 1 on intimidation check and he roll played it as if his voice squeaked when he tried to roar. To this day it’s still one of the best moments for our group! Crazy how thinking back to it feels like a memory that we all lived through; I love DnD!

  4. I had a bug bear attacking my players who were in mele range of a goblin and rolled a 1 to hit. So he missed the players and skewered his bet friend into the wall instead.

  5. In my first campaign we were infiltrating a Keep in search of the Princess. Our Rogue rolled a nat 1 on her stealth check.

    Instead of sneaking into the Keep the Kobolds had the beat on us!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.