MMXII is almost here! With a look back over December and MMXI.

31 December, 2011

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

January is named after Janus (Ianuarius), naturally, who is the god of doorways, pictured as looking both forward and back.   Thus, 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 but hopefully interesting posting:


Game Theory – Moral Dilemmas: Arranged Marriages, how to use these to cause conflict and challenge in a roleplaying game.

Campaign Stat Block – Pattern Seekers, how the campaign is intended to work in an out of game way.

Pattern Potion Code, using insect marks to symbolize what potions are contained within.

New Magic Items:

Flying Tiger Sword, strike from unexpected angles to defeat your enemies.

Guard Goblin, a bound servant to help you . . . if you treat them right.

Snowstone, punish your enemies with winter!

Stone Golem Potion, become very tough -but ponderous- for a short time.

New Monster:

Osquip (Stellar), the last vengeance of the Rat Lord against the dragons.

New Spell:

Krapus Curse,  join the ranks of the Krampus’ servants if you succumb to this curse.

Campaign Reports:

Pathfinder Pattern Seekers Episode 3 – Road to the Crown, Episode 4 – Stepping Stones across the Sky (Part I), Episode 5 – Stepping Stones across the Sky (Part II) and Interlude 1: Into Darkness.


#1 with a Bullet Point – Five Magic Witch’s Daggers

Road of the Dead (Pathfinder Adventure)

2011 Monthly Recaps:

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

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