Magic Item Cards

Lately I’ve been playing with the local Dungeons & Dragons Adventurer’s League again. It’s been fun dusting off the cobwebs of my character Scavo and remembering what kind of fun loot he found on his journeys. However, the magic item certificates provided with the adventures aren’t the prettiest. So I tried my hand at creating something nicer!

Hacktober 2017 Log #3 – Grouping views

Hacktober finished! Hacktober is an event hosted by Github and DigitalOcean to promote contributing to open source. And for this year, I decided on a theme; improving accessibility. And to keep track of what I learned, I’ll be maintaining a log here.

Hacktober 2017 Log #2 – Better UICollectionViewCells

Hacktober continues! Hacktober is an event hosted by Github and DigitalOcean to promote contributing to open source. And for this year, I decided on a theme; improving accessibility. And to keep track of what I learned, I’ll be maintaining a log here.

Hacktober 2017 Log #1 – Improving Accessibility

Hacktober started again! Hacktober is an event hosted by Github and DigitalOcean to promote contributing to open source. And for this year, I decided on a theme; improving accessibility. And to keep track of what I learned, I’ll be maintaining a log here.

Scavo Dreamclaw – Still alive

Scavo awoke again, his body aching in pain. Opening his eyes, he was only met with darkness.

“At least I’m still alive.”

He said to no one in particular. His voice echoed back, indicating he must be in a cave of some sort. If he listened closely, he could hear the drips of water further along the cavern walls.

Scavo’s wound was magically healed, though roughly. But well, what’s a few more scars under his scales. They did leave him without any clothes.

He stood up and walked, his hand on the cavern walls to guide him.

“Let’s meet my savior.”