Web Site: https://redinkcat.wordpress.com
Bio: Red grew up in the little-known state of North Dakota, a frigid and icy place in the middle of nowhere, only able to escape after graduating from North Dakota State University with a Summa Cum Laude in Mechanical Engineering. Accompanied by her husband who helped her drag their two cats howling across the Rocky Mountains, Red relocated to the rainy state of Washington, hired by the employer she refuses to talk about and drawn by the promise of cloudy days. Red participates in a myriad of hobbies, including miniature wargaming, tabletop roleplaying games, board games, and video games. She has a large collection of Warhammer 40k models displayed in her home and slowly works to paint the backlog of unassembled models in what little time off she has between stints of work that is not spent being distracted.
Posts by Red_Ink_Cat:
The mysterious men in the black vans had something Red needed to work on, so Seals of Dracholt was cancelled. Here’s some information about generating cultures instead.
I have loved playing World of Darkness (or I guess it is Chronicles of Darkness now), so when I noticed this 2000’s video game on sale from Steam, I could not resist picking it up. Although it has its share of bugs and issues, it is still a pretty great game; just make sure you go get the unofficial patch before you start.
The party collects their reward before coming across a duo of strange creatures in a dark alley.
I am not entirely certain why it took me so long to get around to finishing this model up, but I am going to blame it on not wanting to work with the resin. It can be kind of nerve-wracking, and I am still having problems remembering to take pictures in between each step.
The party returns to Dracholt for their reward and goes off to rough up a band of gnolls terrorizing the peasants.