As a big fan of LEGO and D&D, it would only seem fitting that one influence the other.
The Centaur (Male)
(Note: This design is not completely mine, I did make some slight mods to versions I'd seen elsewhere online).
My Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 edition game in the Dragonlance setting, as well as some of the tools I use as DM, house rules and anything Dragonlance, or D&D, that's new or noteworthy.
In the first edition Dragonlance Adventures handbook, pcs on Krynn could only be a max of 18th level?
The rules stated that if a character went beyond 18th, the PC would leave Krynn for some other realm.
I always figured this was an attempt to keep power levels somewhat under control, as opposed to Greyhawk (and later the Forgotten Realms) where plenty of NPCs exceeded 25+
Another video series I stumbled on, "D&D PHB PSA", is a sometimes funny collection of skits relating to D&D. The general idea is that on each episode, a few people (iconic D&D character types) talk about issues personal to them.
The first episode features Mialee, Jozan, Gimble, and Lidda in "confessional" style interviews. Note, some of the later episodes have a bit of NSFW humor. Creative Juices, the group that produces the series, currently have about 40+ episodes on-line, with each running around 15min each.
Sorry about the lack of updates to this page recently. I've been out of town for the last few weeks without access to a computer. I had planned to schedule a few items over the month, but I ran out of time before I could get anything ready.
I should be getting back on to some kind of regular schedule shortly, starting with the review of the new Worlds of Dungeons & Dragons comic as well as updates of my ongoing game.