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Zavi, has arrived.

Zavi’s was October’s Art Winner. Commission produced by Dr. AwesomeI myself… am impressed. 

Limitations on scroll

The topic of scroll space limitations has come up today, which is a bit of a precursor to several other subjects that are coming up to be debated. So in the spirit of all loving fairness, I am opening this topic up for vote. This is a ‘democratic poll’ which means you can add your […]

Artifact: Clockwork of Rectified Chronography

Initial description: A small mysterious clockwork device. This device appears to be made of brass, gold, and platinum, but is impervious to damage. One can see many gears and jewels in the workings. On its face is a dial with runes in an ancient saurial script. It has four gemstone buttons on the side – […]

Iron-bound Horn of the Craven

The Horn appears to be a minotaur’s horn bound in cold iron. Fey symbols mark the bands at the two ends of the horn and at the midpoint. There are cold iron loops on two of the bands, which have been fitted with a leather shoulder strap. Known Properties: 1. Once per day can be […]

Journal Entries – Berebold the Weezard

The High Tor How delightfully funny, what Hallie did to Landald! Half-asleep or not, she had to have aimed to cover him in that much effluvia, a fate I find most fitting for his endless mockery of my new poncho; I refuse to believe that I look “like a gay matador” no matter how much […]

Journal Entries – Landald the Rogue

The High Tor So we survived another calamity by the grace of Hallie, who led us up the mountain to safety and shelter when the sky opened up and hurled its abuse upon us, an abuse with which I am very familiar and I pray never extends to Hallie, Hadwisa, or even Berebold the Pink […]

Rings of Companionship

Rings of Companionship I cannot remember the source for these rings. They may not even be D&D 3.5e. Might be from Pathfinder. But they have been thrown up quite a bit this past week so I have been thinking of them a lot, and have some interesting thoughts I want to share. First off, what […]

Archery Contest

My very first attempt at a ‘minigame’ within D&D to give my players something to do during their down time between attacks during a siege. No small surprise that some loved it and some hated it.   It was so simple, it seemed a sin to call it a designed system.   Enchanted glass boxes, […]

Historian Vasquez on the Origins of Gold Star

Much of the lore of our land is lost. Journals and letters discarded to the winds due to their relevance feeling short lived. However, when trying to understand the past, those that survive provide key details to how life was before Gold Star was formally a spot on the map. While we surmise that Rumireg […]

Archery Carnival Game

My very first attempt at a ‘minigame’ within D&D to give my players something to do during their downtime between attacks during a siege. No small surprise that some loved it and some hated it. It was so simple, it seemed a sin to call it a designed system. Enchanted glass boxes, set up at […]

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