Archive for May 22nd, 2012

h1

New Pathfinder Campaign – Gate of Sorrow – Characters

22 May, 2012

So, I have started running an occasional Pathfinder campaign.  The characters are:

Aisha, an oracle of the angel of war, an order called by some the fallen angels.  From a desert kingdom, her last memory before the opening scene was of standing over the bodies of four bandits, bloody sword in hand.  (Oracle 3, human, played by L, my lovely wife)

Falla, once a member of the Order of the Wind, claims to be 147-years old but looks thirteen.  Says that she was the victim of age-renewal magic gone wrong which not only regressed her body but her mind.  Some of the other characters are dubious.  Her last memory before the opening scene was of fleeing out of the back on an inn, two enforcers of the Order of Wind in close support.  (Monk 3, human, played by Z)

Palin She’Are, noble by birth from the Eosiant Kingdom, though claiming to be but a simple swordsman.  Owns a sword of black steel that comes to his hand when asked.  He was fleeing knights in service to his family.  (Noble 1/Fighter 2, human, Played by M)

Esarian Ivyblood, elven wizard from the White Isles and trained in the prestigious College of Gold.  (NPC, so the party had access to a scholar and wizard.)

From their last memories, they awake in . . . <to be continued>

h1

Tuesday Magic Item – Candle of Soul Protection

22 May, 2012

A guarded nameBurning ForeverIn the main Cathedral of Voskh, known as the Blue Cathedral, there are rows upon rows of black candles each burning for eternity with a pale blue light.  There are everywhere, in tiered chandeliers, on window sill and in rows along each wall.  Each bearing the name of a son or daughter of Voskh who went to war against the Shadow Lord and his deleathless minions.  As long as the candles burn, they will not return in unliving form to trouble their kin.

Candle of Soul Protection

These candle come in different forms for differing faith, but most common is a long white taper dipped in red and then black wax.  The wax and wick must be purified and blessed before the candle is made.

Read the rest of this entry ?

%d bloggers like this: