Hello all! It's been a hot minute.
I hope you're all doing well.
Things are going pretty well on my end- my husband and I purchased our first home and are all moved in. I don't have everything unpacked and set up the way I want it just yet, but it's getting there, slowly but surely!
I've also been finding a lot of joy in my recent venture of starting to play Dungeons and Dragons. It is SO much fun. If you've never tried it, I can't recommend it enough. You never know what's going to happen, and it really gives you a chance to flex your creative muscles.
That being said- I'm looking to have some things from my current D&D campaign designed.
My character, Alongsaa, who is a ranger/rogue, has found herself aligned with a mysterious and powerful dragon God named Muabiesha (Moo-bye-esh-ee). Here is a description of him:
A tall slim dragon, who typically perches himself upright on his hind legs. His scales are mostly black with coppery colored wings. He wears ornate golden armor covering only select places on his body, mainly his underbelly and lower legs and arms.
He has eyes of emerald green and two distinct horns that both curve upward.
While extremely large in size he is not physically brutish, his main weapon is his mind.
I'm told he roughly resembles this dragon:
(Credit to Nicol Bolas, the artist of this gorgeous image from Magic the Gathering).
As of now in the campaign, it is still largely unkown whenther he is a benevolent or evil God- but I believe he is more benevolent than evil, despite the fact that he has accused my character of theft, because she purchased a weapon called Muabiesha's Prize, which was apparently a weapon gifted to him in days of yore. That's the other item I'd like to get crafted.
Here is the description for that:
Description: A sword of smooth black stone and inlaid with gold down the blade, the handle is pure gold with the pommel fashioned in the shape of a draconic claw clutching a large green emerald.
Lore: It is said that this weapon was once presented as a gift along with the riches of an entire empire to a tyrant in the hopes of staving off a ware. Legend says that the tyrant kept it as a prize but still put that ancient empire to teh sword. Somehow stolen from the tyrant, legend also says it still hunts this prize, eager to retreieve what belongs to it.
This is what a Kopesh looks like:
SO! All that said- does anyone feel like taking a whack at either of these designs? I'd love to see examples of your work and prices.
Also, if anyone was curious what my DnD character Alongsaa, and her faithful companion Naranak looks like (yeah I pretty much just made my DnD character the same design as my character Kaimu lol)
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