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Gazing into January and a look back over 2010

31 December, 2010

Fast approaching the New Year here and with it the month of January.   Best wishes to all for MMXI!

January is named after Janus (Ianuarius), the god of the doorway, pictured as looking both forward and back.   We will revisit the themes of doorways, transport and travel for January.  What with stepping into the New Year.  As usual, if there is something on this theme you would like to see, let me know.

Looking back over December, we see another month of light posting:

Article:

Through the Lens of History XVII: “By Jove!” Roman Religion and Superstition.

New Magic Items:

Ice-Walking Shoes, keep you feet warm and never fear slipping.

Oath Blade, its symbolizes your honor.

Spirit Compass, use the spirits to locate certain magics.

Toy Soldier (Ceramic), a small guardian.

New Monster:

Aspects of Winter, for those who are part of the Fey Court of Winter.

Ceramic Soldier, eternal guardians and tireless soldiers.

Spiritfire Skeleton, fragments of souls bound into service beyond death,

New Feats:

Court of Winter Feats, for those who serve the Fey Court of Winter.

Campaign Reports:

Pathfinder ‘Wyvern Hunt’ short campaign, Cast, Session I: Road to Asku-Korla and Session II: Ill-met in Asku-Korla.

Legend of the Five Rings, JYTB Episode 24: A Day in the Life or Maho-tsukai Really Bug Me.

Review:

Monsters! Monsters!, old school rampaging monster fun.

Other:

Wandering the Web [7], interesting things I have found.

Monthly Recaps:

November, October, September, August, July, June, May, April, MarchFebruary and January.

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