Use the Standard Array, or Roll For Stats?
I was a child of the "Satanic Panic" 80s growing up in rural Alabama, so while I owned the classic "Red Box D&D" kit, I never really played the game until I became the DM for 8 kids in my garage when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. That was a watershed moment that allowed me to rediscover this lost moment from my youth.
I created this as the official shirt of that garage D&D club, and I intended for the design to suggest some of that old-school, taboo mystique with its faux D20 pentagram and "occult-adjacent" symbology.
Blue and green shirts are two-color designs. The black t-shirt is one-color.
Please note that I print most orders on demand, so allow 1-2 weeks
from ordering to receive your shirt. This helps me keep my costs down
and ensures that you're getting fresh stock. It also means I'm open to
customization. If you don't see a color and ink combination you like,
feel free to contact me and ask if it's
something I can do.
The shopping cart and payment processing is handled by PayPal.
Mooselich is a project of Brett Simison Photography, Inc, so expect to see that will show up on the checkout page.
I use environmentally friendly waterbased inks on my shirts. This gives
the print a vintage look and a softer, more comfortable feel than other
When it's time to wash, turn your shirt inside out so the print is
facing in. This prevents the print from rubbing up against other
clothing and eroding the ink. Wash your shirt cold water using a
standard detergent. Don't use bleach or fabric softeners. I prefer to
hang my shirts to dry, but if you must use a machine dryer set it on the
lowest temperature and make sure the shirt is still inside out.
Your t-shirt will last for a long, long time if you follow these
instructions. Please feel free to reach out if you