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September already? And what happened in August.

31 August, 2011

Where did August go?  But September now stretches before us.  September, which is seventh month of the Roman calendar, does not seem to have any particular ties to myth or man among the Romans, however,  as Seven is usually viewed as a magical number, magic and spells will be our theme for this month.   Please let me know if there is anything you would like to see.

I will be out of town from the 14th-16th of September at ACD Distribution’s Open House.   May or may not be able to reply much while I am there but I will certainly have news to share when I return.

Well, August saw the following posts here:

Articles

Domestic Animals in the Sea of Stars.

Festivals and GenCon.

News

Steam-Powered 2.

New Magic Items

Eternal Deed, for vital contracts.

Pocket Book of the Revolution, rise up and be free!

Poet’s Book, to aid in that vital performance.

Tyrant’s War Banner, keep your enemies down.

Unswerving Valet, to help you pack and carry your bags.

Campaign Reports

L5R JYTB Episode 25 and (final) Episode 26 – Standing Against the Shadowlands.

Shadowrun with Seattle Scream (Issue #30) prop.

Reviews

The Breaking of Fostor Nagar (a Pathfinder adventure)

The Great Clans (for L5R).

Minions: Flux Horrors (for M&M 3rd).

Monsters Unleashed, Vol 2 (for Pathfinder).

Across the Web

Genre Resources I (Early Modern, Modern Horror, Science Fiction).

Other

GM’s Merit Badges.

Inspirational Viewing – Ironclad.

Inspirational Viewing – Trollhunter.

My Non-GenCon Gaming Experiences over that weekend.

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