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DB Prize ID 214
Prize Type Giveaway
Bustime Giveaway Start 092:29
Local Time Giveaway Start Wednesday, 2015-11-18 06:29, PST - (GMT-08:00)
Bustime Giveaway End 095:55
Local Time Giveaway End Wednesday, 2015-11-18 09:55, PST - (GMT-08:00)
Giveaway Title Fantasy lot
Alt. Giveaway Title(s) Art Challenge - Favourite Roleplaying Character, visual storytelling - for Fantasy Lot
Giveaway Donator(s) Aurelia Cetinn
Gregory McIntyre
Brendan Baker
Wyrmwood Gaming
Giveaway Description For fearless fans of fantasy and flights of fancy, we present this collection of fabulous items! This lot contains many wondrous delights, from a hand-embroidered dice bag to sculpted jewelry, board game fun and more. Read the full listing below for details on this dragon's hoard of fantastic loot!

Dawnbreaker Necklace - made by Aurelia Cetinn (aka Earthsoul22)
- Here is the sword that will first kill, then explode the undead Meridias artifact.Whoever wields this daedric artifact shall be able to destroy a zombie, then watch them blow up! Possibly. At the very least the wearer of the necklace will look great. It measures 7.6 mm across at its widest point.

Dragon dice bag - made by Joeworm
- This completely hand-sewn and embroidered dice bag features a cozy, fuzzy interior that will keep your dice warm and happy. Double draw strings provide for easy closing and a secure lock to keep your dice safe. The large interior can accommodate dozens of dice and perhaps even a deck of cards. You could also put your hand in there if you're short on mittens and you fancy that kind of thing. It is made from polyestor, with cotton embroidered details, and measures approximately 19cm (7.5") x 14cm (5.5"). Fun fact: the maker of this bag binge-watched episodes of the 1980s Dungeons and Dragons cartoon while stitching the embroidery. This may or may not have infused the bag with extra nerd magic. Effects are unknown. Use at your own risk.

Googly Eye Die - made by Gregory McIntyre
- Do you want your GM to FEEL it when your dice hit the table? Do you want your life total in Magic The Gathering to be visible from across the room? Do you want your roll to be felt around the world? The forging of this monstrous die required the sacrifice of many googly eyes. May their death fuel your gaming.
Instructions: clean with soap and water, if needed reink numbers with silver sharpie. Warning: Do not feed after midnight.
Materials: googly eyes, EasyCast® Clear Casting Epoxy, Thinkgeek d20 cake mold, acrylic sealer spray, photo paper for the DB logo. The die is a Icosahedrons with a 3" radius.

Citadels - donated by Brendan Baker
- Enjoy flights of fantasy in a world of medieval cities, nobles and intrigue, with this excellent game! A multiple honor-winning game for 2-7 players, this will be an excellent addition to your gaming library.

Hero Vault in Oak wood - made by Wyrmwood Gaming
- This beautiful wooden box is the perfect way to carry your painstakingly painted miniature or your favourite set of lucky dice to the gaming table. The box closes firmly with rare earth magnets, and its interior features foam to pad your valuable contents, so your dice will not rattle and your miniatures will not chip! Made of stately oak.
(Miniature not included.)

Tiny Titans dragons - made by Jexebele
- These small monsters need a home to terrorize and protect! They love sitting at top monitors to watch you play and work. They are super small yet have lots of detail making them a very fun and expressive accent to your office or house. But watch out, turn out the lights and they'll continue to watch you as they glow in the dark! Made with oven bake sculpey.

Craft-Along? Yep!
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Giveaway Winner(s) Rose Nightshade
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