Year of the Rootfish

Sep 01

Selling NEW Micro Muggs Iron Man 3 #12 Black & Gold Suit 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Micro Muggs Iron Man 3 #12 Black & Gold Suit 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Hulk 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Hulk 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Captain America Modern 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Captain America Modern 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Series 1 Iron Man 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Series 1 Iron Man 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Nick Fury 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Nick Fury 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Hawkeye 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Hawkeye 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Red Skull 1.5”

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Red Skull 1.5”

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Series 1 Modok 1.5” Minifigure.

Selling NEW Marvel Micro Muggs Avengers Assemble Series 1 Modok 1.5” Minifigure.

Selling NEW Lore of the Labbit Mothman Labbit 1.5” Vinyl Figure Frank Kozik Kid Robot

Selling NEW Lore of the Labbit Mothman Labbit 1.5” Vinyl Figure Frank Kozik Kid Robot

halforc80:

oldschoolfrp:

This 1981 ad for TSR’s Dragon Dice* touts the blister pack as a “pocket-sized carrying case” and grandly promises “a special die marker” (it’s a wax crayon).  Of more historic significance is the inclusion of both a d10 and a d20 that the ad claims is “the only die of the market numerically labeled 1-20”.
It was later that we started using two different colored d10s to roll d%, then later still after many arguments about which die to read first that we finally got dedicated percentile dice with a tens place die labeled 10-00.
Image via Grognardia, where James Maliszewski recalls 1981 as the first year he saw a die marked 1-20.
(*Not to be confused with TSR’s collectible dice game “Dragon Dice” introduced in 1995.)

DICE CRAYON!!!!!!!!!! XD

halforc80:

oldschoolfrp:

This 1981 ad for TSR’s Dragon Dice* touts the blister pack as a “pocket-sized carrying case” and grandly promises “a special die marker” (it’s a wax crayon).  Of more historic significance is the inclusion of both a d10 and a d20 that the ad claims is “the only die of the market numerically labeled 1-20”.

It was later that we started using two different colored d10s to roll d%, then later still after many arguments about which die to read first that we finally got dedicated percentile dice with a tens place die labeled 10-00.

Image via Grognardia, where James Maliszewski recalls 1981 as the first year he saw a die marked 1-20.

(*Not to be confused with TSR’s collectible dice game “Dragon Dice” introduced in 1995.)

DICE CRAYON!!!!!!!!!! XD

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(Source: caveglare, via the-dog-who-ate-everything)

Aug 30

Serial killer selfies.

Hey check out my Ebay store, Gollum's Toy Box for toys, games and collectibles!

Selling NEW Micro Muggs Iron Man 3 #1 Tony Stark Open Faceplate 1.5” Minifigure

Selling NEW Micro Muggs Iron Man 3 #1 Tony Stark Open Faceplate 1.5” Minifigure