Brazilian artist Rodrigo Cali brings us this cool collection of items from a Dungeons and Dragons adventure.
I'm surprised we don't see more fantasy RPG props. "Call of Cthulhu" embraced prop documents and handouts as a natural outgrowth of its primarily investigative nature. You would think traditional fantasy games would be filled with reproductions of scrolls, maps, and plunder. The plethora of high end gaming accessories, like miniatures, battlemats, DM screens, etc., show a desire to add some nice "set dressing", but for some reason props haven't really caught on.