Looking Back over December and MMXIII as we move into MMXIV

31 December, 2013

The New Year and January is just around the corner.   Good fortune to all for MMXIV!

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

My main goal for 2014 will be to get the Sea of Stars campaign setting kickstarter going, completed and then the product written and finished.

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


Moving forward on the Sea of Stars Kickstarter – Gathering Artists, see who has agreed to provide art for the Sea of Stars campaign guide.

New Magic Items:

Gifting Plate and Cup, for those offering of food and drink to those who need gifts.

Hangmanay Black Bun, eat for good fortune for the new year.

Limbo Closet, always have a fresh set of clothes at hand.

Miles’ Ration Box, your rations will always edible.

Revolutionary’s Tattoo, show you allegiance.

Campaign Reports:

L5R – Children of Destiny, Episode 4 “Wugong Sui”.


Critique: Elysium (movie), my thoughts on this movie.

Dragonslayer Pantheon.

Short Pathfinder Reviews: Dwarves, Dwarves and more Dwarves, and Hearts and Halflings.

Shadowrun: Coyotes.

Shadowrun: Sim Dreams & Nightmares.

Short Shadowrun Reviews: Guns and Montreal.

2013 Monthly Recaps:

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

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