Sunday, March 6, 2022

HorrorClix on Tabletop Simulator: Here's How You Can Help!

Greetings, HorrorClix fanatics! Over the last 14 years, I've put a lot of effort into preserving the legacy of WizKids Games' incredible love letter to the horror genre. For the HorrorClix community to stay alive, it has to be as accessible as possible to newcomers and veterans alike. To that end, I've created a HorrorClix module for Tabletop Simulator, the hit Steam game that allows users to play any tabletop game online in real time.

Tabletop Simulator:
HorrorClix Module: 

Nearly every figure in the game is available, but we are missing many of the monster cards that should accompany the figures. Off the top of my head, I would guess that we only have about half of the monster cards scanned at the present time. By mousing over a figure you can see a summary of the card, but this is certainly not perfect. So today, I'm asking you for help. We need high definition front and back scans of the following monster cards:

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

American Circus Day 2020: Freakshow Sealed Tournament

FRIDAY is American Circus Day, and Fear20 is celebrating with a Freakshow event via TTS! 
Stay in quarantine and clown around with the dankest horror community at

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Flapper_Jane's Arts: Firefighter vs. Firebreather

Most men in town rushed to the scene when the fire at the inn started.  Bucket lines began forming and hoses were being pulled to water sources.  A large Irish man with a bushy red mustache walked right up to the searing heat and flames and sniffed."It's a right unnatural fire," he said as he rolled up a sleeve and strode into the flames.
Firefighter - FS-075

The skin on his face was thick and leathery and scarred from years of burns. When he spoke, the skin cracked and flaked as his jaw moved. When he smiled, you could smell the faint odor of kerosene.
Firebreather FS-034