Dungeons & Dragons, Fantasy, Googly Eyes, GooglyRPG, RPG, Silly
One of the things I still find myself doing when I need to chill out and get away from mapping for a bit but don’t have the attention span to read is to decorate stuff with googly eyes. Especially gaming stuff.
My latest victim was my until-then unopened copy of Storm King’s Thunder – one of the relatively recent D&D5e adventure modules. He looks a little startled up there.
When giants google, everybody wins!
Like most modules, it always starts with goblins. Googlins. Googly goblins. Gobbly Googles. Something.
Anyways, I used to post my googly eyed insanity to the blog regularly, but stopped doing so when I launched my Googly website. Then a few months ago my personal website (www.dysonlogos.com) was taken down by hackers and replaced with a lovely flashing warning to people that I’m a “Libtard SJW Cuck” (seriously, if you haven’t figured that out already…) and one of the victims of the hack was my Googly site.
Wait, is that GooglyHound (HellGoogly?) staring at the Tiefling’s ass?
Anyways, if you like this sort of silliness, I post my googly creations to my social media feeds on Google+ [+DysonLogos], Facebook [TheDysonLogos], and Twitter [@DysonLogos].
Plus I’ve finally resurrected my GooglyRPG site after the hack which once again maintains an archive of all my googly eyed creations.
Really enjoyed reading this for some reason.
Stu Orford said:
Anything and everything can be enhanced with googly eyes 🙂
Adam Fairbairn said:
I’m interested in your maps, not your political views. I can, in my world view, assume that not all individuals will have similar political views, but offer work and services I desire or appreciate.
Dyson Logos said:
Obviously others do not agree with you and decided it was important enough to hack my website, delete all the sites on it, and replace it with flashing images warning people that my worldviews are abhorrent. Their attempts to hack this particular site failed, thankfully.
Chris S said:
I think you should update the goblin table from your “We’ll Take the Baby to the Goblin City!” post:
11. Googly goblin– two absurdly enormous eyes. Extra-awesome night vision (200 ft). DEX modifier -2 due to uncontrollable eyeball motion and top-heaviness.
12. The Nuclear Googly Option – treat as a cubic goblin, but explodes as contagious, spotted basidirond goblin. Can be identified by ginormous mis-matched googly eyes. Upon explosion, each eye acts as a projectile doing 1d4 (small eye) or 1d6 (large eye) damage.
Dyson Logos said:
You… you get me. 🙂